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African Development Organization

AFDO is an initiative of Alternative Development Organization – ADO designed to shift current operating system of Africa from old model of exploitation to new model of empowerment. It enables the people of Africa to take charge of their future by designing and implementing their own operating system which is based on the principle of Environmental Responsibility, Energy Efficiency, and Sustainability (EES).

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A Paradigm Shift From Exploitation to Empowerment

THE CHALLENGE – Old Development Model

The developed nations of the world, comprising 5%, have used a model based on rampant exploitation of resources.

THE VISION – New Development Model

To take a step towards creation of a New Development Model for the remaining 95% of the world based on principles of:

Energy Efficiency

Environmental Responsibility​


Why Africa Needs ADM


Total Area is 30.2 M sq. km

  • 20% of total landmass in the world
  • Population density only 30.5/sq.km. (India – 368, China – 140, World – 52)
  • Only 13 countries have arable land > 15% of landmass, and 23 countries have < 5% arable land

Africa is not just a continent

  • 54 countries with distinctly different cultures and speaking more than 3000 languages
  • 9 free trade blocks encourage and simplify trade and commerce through regional grouping

Strong legacy of authoritarian regimes (> 20 states)

  • Recent democratic movements show that the continent is gaining ground in leaps and bounds towards independence
  • 40 countries held parliamentary elections in 2005

Represents 1/6th of Humanity (Population ~1.30 B)

  • 11 countries with population > 30 M, whereas 31 countries with population < 10 M
  • Only 40% lives in urban areas

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