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A NEW DISPENSATION AS SUKUR HOLDS YAWAL NATIONAL FESTIVAL 2022

A NEW DISPENSATION AS SUKUR HOLDS YAWAL NATIONAL FESTIVAL 2022

Festivals like the Sukur National Yawal Festival connect to bring a group of people into a community. It also affirms how human rituals of creation and participation contribute significant public value in times of adversity.

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AFIDFF SIGNS MoU WITH KOREAN CULTURAL CENTRE ABUJA, BIDS DIRECTOR LEE FAREWELL.

In a historic event on Tuesday 15th February, 2022, the African International Documentary Festival Foundation joined forces with the Korean Cultural Centre Nigeria in collaborating to develop a robust cultural strategy and community aimed at reaching an agreeable understanding that will promote cultural exchanges, heritage, both locally and internationally

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NIGERIAN REDCROSS SIGNS MoU with AFIDFF, REITERATE COMMITMENT TO DUTY MARCH 2022

NIGERIAN REDCROSS SIGNS MoU with AFIDFF, REITERATE COMMITMENT TO DUTY MARCH 2022

The African International Festival Foundation and the Nigeria Red Cross Society have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to strengthen the ties between both organizations and improve in different ways to better the life of Nigerians in health, cultural preservation and disaster management.

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STRATEGIC COLLABORATION AS NORTH EAST DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION (NEDC) SIGNS MoU WITH AFIDFF.

The North East Development Commission (NEDC) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the African International Documentary Festival Foundation (AFIDFF) to drive sustainable development in the North East region.

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AFIDFF attends UNESCO African Regional Consultative Meeting on Cultural Policy

AFIDFF attends UNESCO African Regional Consultative Meeting on Cultural Policy

The African International Documentary Festival Foundation, AFIDFF, attended a 2-day online regional consultation on cultural policies for the African region organized by UNESCO from January 31st, 2022 to February 1st, 2022.

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A PROMISE KEPT: SUKUR EDUCATION GETS A FACELIFT

A PROMISE KEPT: SUKUR EDUCATION GETS A FACELIFT

The Rt.Hon Yakubu Dogara, Speaker, 8th Assembly of the House of Representatives had in July 2021 told a gathering of Stakeholders both Local and International audience in Abuja that he would contribute to UNESCO's Recovery Match for Sukur,

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AFIDFF visit the Governor of Adamawa State, Nigeria. Rt Hon. Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri in Yola.

AFIDFF visit the Governor of Adamawa State, Nigeria. Rt Hon. Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri in Yola.

AFIDFF team on 25th August 2021 were in Yola, Adamawa state on a visit to the Executive Governor of the state His Excellency, Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri.

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SUKUR Landscape pictures to appear on National stamps as WHV joint committee meets Postmaster General of Nigeria

SUKUR Landscape pictures to appear on National stamps as WHV joint committee meets Postmaster General of Nigeria

As consultations continue to ensure the success of the World heritage volunteers program, AFIDFF and the implementing partners paid a visit to the Postmaster General of the federation, Dr. Ismail A. Adewusi to chart ways both organizations can work together towards the upcoming event.

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WHV Joint National Committee meets Australian High Commissioner

WHV Joint National Committee meets Australian High Commissioner

As the much expected World heritage volunteers initiative begins to take shape, AFIDFF and other implementing partners continue to forge relationships and partnerships with various organizations and parastatals to ensure a successful program.

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Adamawa AGOG as AFIDFF launches SUKUR campaign. Africa's first cultural language. Governor Fintiri supports the initiative

Adamawa AGOG as AFIDFF launches SUKUR campaign. Africa's first cultural language. Governor Fintiri supports the initiative

The African International Documentary Festival Foundation together with the Nigerian National Commission for UNESCO (NATCOM) and the National Commission for Museums and Monuments (NCMM) on Thursday, 15th April 2021 visited Adamawa state for a stakeholders meeting with partners on the Sukur World Heritage Volunteers Program.

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