Adding Value to Community Activities

We welcome the opportunity to partner with community groups. We add a pure business dimension, enabling those in your community with business and development ideas to come forward, create and accelerate their programmes - whilst adding a revenue stream for your organisation.


Investment in local businesses across Africa has a vital role to play driving long-term economic growth - helping create jobs and build skills. African communities outside the continent are a key source of this investment.

AFS is a Scottish/UK based company, a strategic umbrella platform specialising in the growth of African public and private sectors.

The leading Diaspora and International business network platform that provides business solutions through:  1. Promotion 2. Education   3. Linking     4. Innovation  Rendered on dedicated services

For the past 60 years, we've been creating a powerful network. Today, the Business Council for Africa (BCA) network supports over 250 companies and entrepreneurs operating across the continent.

The Central Association of Nigerians in the United Kingdom (CANUK) is the umbrella organisation serving the collective interests of Nigerian-related associations, unions, societies, groups etc in the United Kingdom. 

The Ivoirian Chamber of Commerce in Great Britain is an organisation based in London, we are working in close collaboration with the Côte dIvoire Chamber of Commerce created in 1908 by the Governor of Bassam. 

Malawi-UK Business Link (MUBL) is an organisation that has been established in the UK and its objectives are to provide trusted connections, and information on funding, as well as a networking and marketing platform for businesses and entrepreneurs both in Malawi and United Kingdom.

NDDIS was formed to address the questions being raised by the diaspora who want to engage with Business in Nigeria. By building bridges between investors here and businesses at home we seek to answer those questions and address the issues for both sides.

We are one of the fruits of Tanzania Birmingham Association, a non-profit organization of Tanzanian Diaspora based in Birmingham, United Kingdom with goals to improve lives of Diaspora and the people who are their roots. 

We mobilise Ugandan and friends of Uganda, Professionals and Entrepreneurs to get together in forum and discuss investment and repatriation of Expertise , Resources Contacts to develop Uganda and the communities in the diaspora.

Members of the UK diaspora community set themselves a challenge to show they could be united in seeking to help Somalia. They drew up and agreed the Joint Statement which makes clear proposals on key issues including those which attract international media attention.