The future belongs to Africa and we are building it


Our mission is to partner with Africans, Afro-descendants, and friends of Africa on the continent and abroad in a unity of purpose.

To collectively mobilize our resources and capabilities and take ownership of our development agenda.


Our purpose is to participate in building a sustainable powerhouse economy on the African continent and to promote a united Africa that identifies with the following values:


  • ●  Honesty

  • ●  Self-awareness

  • ●  Commitment

  • ●  Dependability
  • ●  Positivity

  • ●  Compassion

  • ●  Accountability

  • ●  Authenticity

  • ●  Ubuntu spirit of collectivism


Dr. Willard Bepete

Founding Director & CEO

I am an African-Australian, an intuitive, who leads naturally. I have been successful both as an Orthopaedic Surgeon for more than twenty-four years and as an entrepreneur for more than twenty years.


I am an avid advocate of Self-Awareness as an imperative prerequisite to a happy life and as an essential tool for navigating the “Africa”as well as the “World” we want.


I am a firm believer in an independent Africa like the rest of the world without negative internal and external interference or manipulation.

Dr. Koffi-Bécanty Kouadio


My name is Dr. Koffi-Becanty Kouadio DDS, born and raised in Cote d’Ivoire, practicing health professional in the U.S. with over 20 years of experience in dentistry and management.


I am involved in many pan-African projects and programs. I embrace the Ubuntu paradigm in the building of the Africa we want;


I am because We are and together We shall overcome.

Dr. Franklyn Abraham


My name is Dr. Franklyn Abraham, born and raised in Ghana; electronics engineer based in the US with over 25 years of experience in product design, manufacturing, and engineering program management.


I have a passion for pan-African initiatives and help apply solutions that move the cause forward.


The African continent is a place of unique challenges and rewards, the very environment in which I thrive.

What to expect in the new Africa

What to expect in the new Africa

Message from the Founder & CEO

    • Dreaming of building “the Africa We Want “, puts our legendary forefathers and our tenacious Freedom Fighters’ ambitions on the current agenda. As Frantz Fanon reminds us, “Each generation must, out of relative opacity, discover its mission, fulfill it or betray it.”


      As we embark on this journey of the mission we identified and chose to accomplish, a sense of unity of purpose is fundamental. Mobilizing efficiently and collectively financial resources among ourselves allows us to bypass the known pathways to support sustainable economic development.


      With the current African population estimated at 1.4 billion and a projected 2.5 billion people in 2050, the continent has many challenges to deal with and if nothing is done properly, things will become much worse.


      Let me give you an example of the importance of needed intra-continental infrastructure –

      A well-built infrastructure eco-system, backbone of the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA), will bridge vibrant and thriving communities, link regional economic hubs, reach natural resources sites, and open doors to tourist attraction sites in a welcoming and multi-cultural environment. These are sources of employment and wealth creation.


      The African Union (AU) and the Regional Economic Communities (RECs) have been promoting continental agendas in various sectors that we can call the 21st Century Grand African Reconstruction Program.


      It will allow Africa to get out of a relative economic lethargy, increase the African intra-continental trade tremendously, eradicate the endemic impoverishment, and propel the continent to a new path and brighter future.


      We all need to share this common purpose to rise to the challenge of our time, taking the driver’s seat for African-Centered Development.

Dr Willard Bepete, Founder & CEO

Africa Diaspora Revival Fund Company.