About Us | IDA International
INITIATIVE FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF AFRICA VALUES
Being an Africa Diplomatic Academy (ADA) program, IDA’s mission is based on the fundamental principles for which every IDA Associations should stand, namely the right to pursue knowledge for its own sake, to follow wherever the search for truth may lead, the tolerance of divergent opinion and freedom from political interference.
The Association aims to give expression to the obligation to help develop Africa as to promote, through business, cultural activities, IDA Clubs and committees, the principles of a better world and to help protect human dignity and solidarity, and contributes, through international cooperation, to the development of the African Continent.
NO PROFIT ORGANIZATION
The IDA is an independent, dynamic, membership-based, non-profit organization with active branches in several cities in Africa and around the World. A Board of Directors representing private sector business, government and educational institutions in each Country and Region combines their extensive knowledge, expertise and networks to guide and promote the Club’s activities. The Country IDA Club is the engine of the complete organisation, is an independent Organization, with his management and resources, under the IDA International guide lines and rules. The IDA Special Committees involves members to drive actions through its model, improving the lives of over 1 billion people in Africa.
IDA International works and collaborate with several NGO and associations around the world, if you are part of Civil Society and you want collaborate with us, pls fill the form.
The international level of the association IDA will offer an array of direct services to individual members as well as management support to chapters and regions. At the international level, IDA is managed by the executive board which sets the direction and policy of IDA. A team of full time staff will work at the world headquarters in IDA governing document. The International board of IDA has his headquarter in Dakar (Senegal), with Board members around the world.
IDA Clubs and Committees are the management basket if the Organisation.
IDA International works and collaborate with Companies, NGOs, Associations, Professionals and Students around the world, if you are interested to collaborate with us and be part of our network, pls fill the form.
The General Conference of Members Institutions meets every 5 years, determines IDA’s general policy and elects the Administrative Board under the supervision of the Executive President. The Board meets annually, ensures that decisions of the General Conference are implemented and guides the work of the different IDA Clubs around the world. At present, the Board has several Committees and a number of special Task Forces.
The Governing Bodies are:
– One Executive President
– The International Board (7 members, mainly from the Regions)
– Honors Members
– World Regions representative
– IDA Clubs
– General Conference of Members
The main Committees are:
IDA Operational Team
Mr. Andrea Giannetto (Italy) – IDA Executive President
Mr. Benoit Ngom (Senegal) – ADA President and IDA Board Member
Mr. Cesare Lucà (Italy) – Treasurer
Mrs. Astou Danfakha (Senegal) – General Secretariat
Mrs. Khadijetou mint cheikh Saadbouh (Mauritania) – Political Advisor
Mr. Gerard Scerb (Brazil) – Special Advisor of the President
Mr. Silvano Caselli (Italy) – Special Advisor of the President
Mr. Edward Ssenyange (Uganda) – Strategic Advisor
Mrs. Lea Volpe (USA) – Marketing and Communications for Dignity Brand
Mrs. Susanna Alluto (Italy) – Coordinator for NourDign project
Mr. Angelo Orsini (Italy) – Senior Expert in Projects Development
Mr. Olajide Ogodan (Nigeria) – Expert in Projects Development
Mr. Mbacké Diop (Senegal) – Expert in Project Development
Mr. Dario Petrone (Italy) – Director of Youth Department
Mr. Barthelemy Lokoka (Canada) – Technical Advisor
Mr. Mana Omer Nigbre (Ivory Coast) – Technical Advisor
Mr. Danaah Abdulai (Ghana) – Technical Advisor
Mr. Alhaj Mohammed Haroon (Ghana) – Technical Advisor
Mr. Moussa Seck (Senegal) – Technical Advisor
Mr. Fernando Clemente (Italy) – Technical Advisor
Mr. Sergio Martina (Italy) – Technical Advisor
Mrs. Antoinette Kone (Ivory Coast) – Women project
Mrs. Eleonore Andoh (Ivory Coast) – Women project
Mr. Adenane Djigo (Senegal) – Marketing support
Mrs. Aminata Diagne (Senegal) – Feasibility studies
Mrs. Clemence Zagol (Ivory Coast) – Project Advisor
Mr. Eddy Noumakan Fofana (Ivory Coast) – Project Advisor
Mr. Claude Keh (Ivory Coast) – Project Advisor
Mr. Memnih Ndola Francis (Cameroon) – Project Advisor
Mr. Sidahmed Bechir (Morocco) – Project Advisor