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Friends of the African Union's submission to the African Union on May 25th 2014

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Friends of the African Union (FAU) is an economic, social, humanitarian, charitable, educational and new media civil-society ruling body founded to work for the benefit of the African Union and the African diaspora in their host countries and allies.

FAU has developed programs with allied companies to supply metropolitan, regional and site-specific sewers, water systems, power, communications, computing, gas, and trash solutions along with urban planning services, architectural design, and mufti-disciplinary engineering services for members of the African Union, the African diaspora and its allies. FAU will work with the allied peoples of the African American diaspora, non-governmental organizations and governments of the world who support the African Union and the people of the African diaspora.

This is the framework for our request of the United States Government and the African Union for a $1.25 Trillion Dollar program from 2013-2020 using a modification of the federal reserves Quantitative Easing.

Quantitative easing (QE) is an unconventional monetary policy used by central banks to stimulate the economy when standard monetary policy has become ineffective. A central bank implements quantitative easing by buying specified amounts of financial assets from commercial banks and other private institutions, thus raising the prices of those financial assets and lowering their yield, while simultaneously increasing the monetary base. This is distinguished from the more usual policy of buying or selling short term government bonds in order to keep interbank interest rates at a specified target value.

During the peak of the financial crisis in 2008, the US Federal Reserve expanded its balance sheet dramatically by adding new assets and new liabilities without "sterilizing" these by corresponding subtractions.

In November 2010, the Fed announced a second round of quantitative easing, buying $600 billion of Treasury securities by the end of the second quarter of 2011.The expression "QE2" became a ubiquitous nickname in 2010, used to refer to this second round of quantitative easing by US central banks.

A third round of quantitative easing, "QE3", was announced on 13 September 2012. In an 11–1 vote, the Federal Reserve decided to launch a new $40 billion per month, open-ended bond purchasing program of agency mortgage-backed securities. Additionally, the FOMC announced that it would likely maintain the federal funds rate near zero "at least through 2015." According to NASDAQ.com, this is effectively a stimulus program that allows the Federal Reserve to relieve $40 billion per month of commercial housing market debt risk. On 12 December 2012, the FOMC announced an increase in the amount of open-ended purchases from $40 billion to $85 billion per month.

Our FAU QE 5.X program request is for $1.25 Trillion US Dollars - $250B for minority certified businesses; $700B as a promise to 7M of Americas poorest households

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Friends of the African Union's submission to the African Union on May 25th 2014

  1. 1. 407 Vine Street Suite 300 Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 Phone: 1.513.917.7016 Web: http://friendsoftheafricanunion.com 1 Tuesday, May 27, 2014 Conference call Sunday at 6:00 PM EST at Dial-in Number: 213.493.0700 with PIN: 106132#
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  6. 6. 407 Vine Street Suite 300 Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 Phone: 1.513.917.7016 Web: http://friendsoftheafricanunion.com 6 My professional plan is work the next seven years [2013 -2020] to create a global 5th Generation Fiber to the Edge Net that will have broadband wireless operations, licensed and unlicensed, that would backhaul via electromagnetic pulse proofed fiber. In this network called 5G I look to install a integrated wireless and satcom that supports education, health and SOHO based capitalism in Africa and the African Diaspora [and their host countries - 400M people] using USPTO # 5,577,042 in a patent pool. The African Diaspora refers to the communities throughout the world that are descended from the historic movement of peoples from Africa, predominantly to the Americas, Europe and the Middle East, among other areas around the globe. In 2012 this became the 6th region of the African Union. My name is Hershel Daniels, Junior. I am Chairman and Co-founder of Friends of the African Union [FAU]. I am creating the FAU Global Total Knowledge Management [TKM] Systems as content management solutions that specializes in multimedia content and distributed via a franchise system and online. Our first 2014 major historical is the start of a 7 year project. It is the telling the story of African Americans and our history [1519 - 2012] which is a important part of the African Diaspora with our technology as a African Scientific Institute Fellow. The FAU Global Broadband Plan will by May 25th 2014 lay out a bold roadmap to America's future with Africa and selected allies in Asia and the Americas. These initiatives will stimulate economic growth, spur job creation, and boost our capabilities in education, healthcare, homeland security and more. It is a plan built on the USA's National Broadband Plan, my experience with OneCommunity and OHIP. Among my main current focuses in on the health care and nutrition Knowledge Management. Knowledge Management [KM] has made a significant impact on the global healthcare sector. However, it is important to address the link between total global health care knowledge, current information and engineering. Knowledge Engineering (KE) is often only a small part of a KM-based project, yet some KM practitioners favour wholly KE-biased Knowledge Management projects, disregarding a more necessary holistic stance. We will not but will institute a qualification process based on International Standards. Tuesday, May 27, 2014
  7. 7. 407 Vine Street Suite 300 Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 Phone: 1.513.917.7016 Web: http://friendsoftheafricanunion.com 7 Tuesday, May 27, 2014
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  23. 23. 407 Vine Street Suite 300 Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 Phone: 1.513.917.7016 Web: http://friendsoftheafricanunion.com 23 Tuesday, May 27, 2014
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  25. 25. 407 Vine Street Suite 300 Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 Phone: 1.513.917.7016 Web: http://friendsoftheafricanunion.com 25 Tuesday, May 27, 2014 In recent years, analysts and U.S. policymakers have noted Africa's growing strategic importance to U.S. interests. Among those interests are the increasing importance of Africa's natural resources, particularly energy resources and technologically important minerals, and mounting concern over violent extremist activities and other potential threats posed by uncontrolled spaces, such as piracy and human trafficking. In addition, there is ongoing concern for Africa's many humanitarian crises, armed conflicts, and more general challenges, such as the devastating after effects of colonialism. In 2006, Congress authorized a feasibility study on the creation of a new command for Africa to consolidate current operations and activities on the continent under one commander. On February 6, 2007, the Bush Administration announced the creation of a new unified combatant command, U.S. Africa Command or AFRICOM, to promote U.S. national security objectives in Africa and its surrounding waters. Prior to AFRICOM's establishment, U.S. military involvement on the continent was divided among three commands: U.S. European Command (EUCOM), U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM), and U.S. Pacific Command (PACOM). The command's area of responsibility (AOR) includes all African countries except Egypt. AFRICOM was officially launched as a sub-unified command under EUCOM on October 1, 2007, and became a stand-alone command on October 1, 2008. As envisioned by the Department of Defense (DOD), AFRICOM aims to promote U.S. strategic objectives by working with African states and regional organizations to help strengthen regional stability and security through improved security capability and military professionalization. If directed by national command authorities, its military operations would aim to deter aggression and respond to crises.
  26. 26. 407 Vine Street Suite 300 Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 Phone: 1.513.917.7016 Web: http://friendsoftheafricanunion.com 26 Tuesday, May 27, 2014 The command operates from Stuttgart, Germany, for the foreseeable future. DOD has stressed that there are no plans to have a significant troop presence on the continent. The East African country of Djibouti, home to the Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa (CJTF-HOA) at Camp Lemonnier, provides the U.S. military's only enduring infrastructure in Africa. The 1998 bombing of U.S. embassies in East Africa and more recent attacks have highlighted the threat of terrorism to U.S. interests on the continent. Political instability and civil wars have created vast ungoverned spaces, areas in which some experts allege that terrorist groups may train and operate. Instability also heightens human suffering and retards economic development, which may in turn threaten U.S. economic interests. Africa's exports of crude oil to the United States are now roughly equal to those of the Middle East, further emphasizing the continent's strategic importance. The over 284 abducted Nigerian schoolgirls that has outraged Americans and led President Obama to personally pledge action is the basis for us standing up within FAU the FAU Rescue and Relief Command. Two decades after Osama bin Laden left Sudan, ethnic conflicts and security vacuums are multiplying in the region. Insurrections in Mali, Libya, Algeria and the Central African Republic, among other places, have sown worry that al-Qaeda affiliates or others bent on harm to Americans will be able to use Africa as a base. “We firmly believe that the United States is Africa’s natural partner,” US Secretary of State John Kerry said in Ethiopia, May 3rd 2014. “One thing we know for sure, the United States could be a vital catalyst in this continent’s continued transformation, and President is committed to supporting
  27. 27. 407 Vine Street Suite 300 Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 Phone: 1.513.917.7016 Web: http://friendsoftheafricanunion.com 27 Tuesday, May 27, 2014 Whether it is Little Senegal in Los Angeles, or the Somali community in Minneapolis, or the Ethiopian community in Washington, DC, Africans are making American culture richer, and our economy stronger, and contributing to the future chapters of American history. It’s time to make sure that we build on this deep connection; it’s time that we take these connections to the next level by investing in the future of this continent. And when we know, as we do, that Africa will have a larger workforce than India or China by 2040, then it is time for us to get ahead of the curve, to invest in education for the vast numbers of young people, and the increasing numbers of people demanding their part of that future. It is time to build a more open exchange of ideas and information that leads to partnership and innovation. President Obama’s Young African Leaders Initiative -- I had a chance to meet a number of them, they will be coming to Washington in August -- YALI, is designed to harness this energy, and it’s one example of how some of these efforts are already well underway. YALI is bringing leadership and networking to thousands of young people across the continent. And I am very, very pleased that many of you who are here today are participating in YALI, and that four of you will come and join us this summer as part of the first class of the Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders. It is also a moment of decision, because it’s the decisions that are made or the decisions that are deferred that will ultimately determine whether Africa mines the continent’s greatest natural resource of all, which is not platinum, it's not gold, it's not oil, it is the talent of its people. Africa’s potential comes from the ability of its citizens to make a full contribution, no matter their ethnicity, no matter who they love, or what faith they practice. This continent is strong because of the diversity and the dynamism of the people. The nations in Africa, like nations all over the world, are strongest when citizens have a say, when citizens' voices can be a part of the political process, when they have a stake in their nation's success. Over the next three years, 37 of the 54 African nations will hold national elections, including 15 presidential elections.
  28. 28. 407 Vine Street Suite 300 Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 Phone: 1.513.917.7016 Web: http://friendsoftheafricanunion.com 28 Tuesday, May 27, 2014 Mrs Obama, who was speaking ahead of Mother's Day [11 May 2014] in the US on Sunday, said the girls reminded her and her husband of their own daughters. "What happened in Nigeria was not an isolated incident. It's a story we see every day as girls around the world risk their lives to pursue their ambitions," she said. Boko Haram has admitted capturing the girls, saying they should not have been in school and should get married instead. She cited the Pakistani schoolgirl and campaigner Malala Yousafzai, who was shot and wounded by the Taliban for speaking out for girls' education. "The courage and hope embodied by Malala and girls like her around the world should serve as a call to action," Mrs Obama said. Additional facts - The majority of the girls that either ”escaped” or were released by their abductors were Muslims. That this was a predominantly Christian school and that Chibok is predominantly a Christian town and community. US First Lady Michelle Obama has said the mass kidnap of Nigerian schoolgirls is part of a wider pattern of threats and intimidation facing girls around the world who pursue an education.
  29. 29. 407 Vine Street Suite 300 Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 Phone: 1.513.917.7016 Web: http://friendsoftheafricanunion.com 29 Tuesday, May 27, 2014
  30. 30. 407 Vine Street Suite 300 Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 Phone: 1.513.917.7016 Web: http://friendsoftheafricanunion.com 30 Tuesday, May 27, 2014 April 21, 2014 I bring you greetings from the National Command Council and to alert you to an important event that will soon be here. The 2014 biannual convention will be held in New York, NY August 14-17, 2014. Attached you will find an outline giving you more detail about the convention. This convention will be a pivotal event in the history of the organization as we continue to grow; and, gain capacity and structure. We are asking each chapter to send at least two representatives to the convention. You may go on the NABVETS website at: www.nabvets.org to register for the Convention and make hotel reservations. Also attached is a template you may use to draft and submit resolutions to the National Headquarters for review prior to being presented at the convention. Resolutions will not be presented on the floor of the convention without prior review. Resolutions should address policies and procedures members would like the organization to adopt, legislative initiatives that we should pursue; and/or issues that will help direct the organization. Resolutions must be received at the national headquarters by June 30, 2014. See you at the Convention. Bob Cocroft National Commander
  31. 31. 407 Vine Street Suite 300 Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 Phone: 1.513.917.7016 Web: http://friendsoftheafricanunion.com 31 Tuesday, May 27, 2014 NEW YORK STATE COMMAND Convention Host Greetings, Our theme for the 2014 Convention is “Transitioning to the Next Level: Fighting for Your Focus”. This theme is appropos, as we not only handle the business of the organization, but we are celebrating the founder and visionary, Brigadier General (Retired) Robert A. Cocroft as he transfers the National Command to its next leader. The Banquet will be held on the beautiful Cornucopia Destiny a 400 passenger dinner cruise yacht.
  32. 32. 407 Vine Street Suite 300 Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 Phone: 1.513.917.7016 Web: http://friendsoftheafricanunion.com 32 Tuesday, May 27, 2014 A group of members of NABVETS ask the USA to stop modern slavery worldwide by 2030. Friends of the African Union members who are members of the National Association of Black Veterans [NABVETS] Hershel Daniels, Junior, African Scientific Institute Fellow Robert Harris, Ohio Civil Rights Hall of Fame 2013 Inductee Ky. Col. Frederick Hargrove, Sr. PE, MBA, CCM and ASI Fellow
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  36. 36. 407 Vine Street Suite 300 Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 Phone: 1.513.917.7016 Web: http://friendsoftheafricanunion.com 36 UMC based Interfaith ministry I am working with my interfaith water and sewer ministry and the mens unit in my local Church, Keys of the Kingdom UMC, through our participation in the Friends of the African Union Kwanzaa Accords, Cincinnati Change's Step off the Block Program and MLK Committee of Cincinnati Be The Change Program. I will do this with as ISO 26000 superset solutions that focuses on education, health, safety and reducing poverty. I Billion People moved into the 21st Century I will do this by supplying electricity to a billion people by 2030 and supplying them with the aforementioned ISO26000 Superset 5G network - hopefully 500M kids by 2030. Oh ... it will drive the NSA and like crazy because we are not publishing the code except that based on USPTO 5,577,042. Never heard of ISO 26000? It is a International guidance standard based on the fact that business and organizations do not operate in a vacuum. Their relationship to the society and environment in which they operate is a critical factor in their ability to continue to operate effectively. ISO 26000 provides guidance on how businesses and organizations can operate in a socially responsible way. This means acting in an ethical and transparent way that contributes to the health and welfare of society. My network is to serve the 1.4 billion members of the African Union and their allies. I plan to do that with a 1,000 primary households as partners. Each partnership brings to the table some aspect of my background and or operationalizes a enterprise that supplies needed services and products to the network. My primary HQ for the America’s through 2020 is Bermuda as FAUprime.net in support of the 4 million Africans currently in the UMC n Africa and the the 400,000 African Americans in USA.. Tuesday, May 27, 2014
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  44. 44. 407 Vine Street Suite 300 Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 Phone: 1.513.917.7016 Web: http://friendsoftheafricanunion.com 44 MLK 2014 Tuesday, May 27, 2014
  45. 45. 407 Vine Street Suite 300 Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 Phone: 1.513.917.7016 Web: http://friendsoftheafricanunion.com 45 FAU pledge for MLK 2014 We will end Slavery by 2030. Tuesday, May 27, 2014
  46. 46. 407 Vine Street Suite 300 Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 Phone: 1.513.917.7016 Web: http://friendsoftheafricanunion.com 46 Our History Shall Never be forgotten, but it is a time for a African Renaissance – join us in the African Union’s 6th Region in organizing our own civil society congesses, plans and actions. Tuesday, May 27, 2014
  47. 47. 407 Vine Street Suite 300 Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 Phone: 1.513.917.7016 Web: http://friendsoftheafricanunion.com 47 Tuesday, May 27, 2014 By 2050 Sub-Saharan Africa will have a larger and younger workforce than China or India. With the continent’s abundant land and natural resources, that workforce can be a global competitive advantage and a great asset in driving economic transformation. Such a transformation will come through diversifying African economies, boosting their competitiveness in world markets, increasing their shares of manufacturing in GDP, and using more sophisticated technology in production. Economies will then become much more prosperous, less dependent on foreign assistance, and much more resilient to shocks— mirroring the successes of Asian and Latin American countries over the past several decades. The impressive economic growth of many African countries since the mid-1990s—as well as the progress in governance and the turnaround in investor confidence— provides a solid foundation for transforming African economies for better jobs and shared prosperity. This first African Transformation Report draws on our three-year research program of country, sector, and thematic studies to offer analyses and lessons that can be tailored to each country’s endowments, constraints, and opportunities. In 2010, working with local think tanks, we began to assess the transformation records, platforms, and prospects of 15 Sub- Saharan countries. Brief summaries of those studies appear in the country transformation profiles in an annex to the report. Working with African and international economists, our staff also produced cross-cutting studies of themes important to Africa’s transformation. And working with African consultants, we produced studies of sectors holding promise for adding value to Africa’s agricultural and manufactured products. In 2011 we invited 30 leading thinkers on African development to come to Rockefeller’s conference center in Bellagio and to provide their perspectives on the challenges of economic transformation. Attending
  48. 48. 407 Vine Street Suite 300 Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 Phone: 1.513.917.7016 Web: http://friendsoftheafricanunion.com 48 Among the basis for our solutions for the African Union’s Diaspora in the United States of America is Tuesday, May 27, 2014
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  53. 53. 407 Vine Street Suite 300 Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 Phone: 1.513.917.7016 Web: http://friendsoftheafricanunion.com 53 We are American citizens, veterans and born of historic slavery. It is a global economy of over 28 million human beings in 2014. Modern slavery has a history dating back to the 13th century. Tuesday, May 27, 2014
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  57. 57. 407 Vine Street Suite 300 Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 Phone: 1.513.917.7016 Web: http://friendsoftheafricanunion.com 57 will be organized with A Advisory Board made up of appointed Persons of Note A Supervisory Board made up of the five founding group members A Management Committee made up of strategic Partners and supported by organizations like Pathways Ventures A Board of Global Change Ambassadors A Assembly which will meet every two year to give report from local coalitions their activities Tuesday, May 27, 2014
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  65. 65. 407 Vine Street Suite 300 Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 Phone: 1.513.917.7016 Web: http://friendsoftheafricanunion.com 65 Robert Harris and Hershel Daniels Junior An unconventional monetary policy in which a central bank purchases government securities or other securities from the market in order to lower interest rates and increase the money supply. Quantitative easing increases the money supply by flooding financial institutions with capital in an effort to promote increased lending and liquidity. Quantitative easing is considered when short-term interest rates are at or approaching zero, and does not involve the printing of new banknotes. Tuesday, May 27, 2014
  66. 66. 407 Vine Street Suite 300 Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 Phone: 1.513.917.7016 Web: http://friendsoftheafricanunion.com 66 FAU will petition for AGOA changes to be called AGOA 2063 by creating the Lincoln Douglas Clubs as infrastructure to support a newly revised and updated AGOA that creates jobs for Americans with a focus on - FASHION ART MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT STEM BASED SERVICES SEWER AND WATER SYSTEMS SMARTHOMES MINERIALS OIL AND GAS MANUFACTURING Tuesday, May 27, 2014
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  72. 72. 407 Vine Street Suite 300 Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 Phone: 1.513.917.7016 Web: http://friendsoftheafricanunion.com 72 Tuesday, May 27, 2014 A Decision - Assembly/AU/Dec.425 (XIX) - on the African Solidarity Initiative, was adopted, requesting the Commission, in close collaboration with the countries concerned and all other Member States, Regional Economic Communities, and other relevant African institutions, to roll-out a full implementation plan, and to mobilize in-kind, capacity building, as well as financial contributions, to support post-conflict reconstruction activities and efforts in the African countries concerned. African Solidarity Initiative Objectives - To deepen the essence of African solidarity and promote a paradigm shift which center-stages African mutual assistance as a key dimension for enhanced and effective development of the continent; - To encourage, motivate, and empower African countries to offer support to countries emerging from conflict and to other Member States in need as the process expands; - To provide a unique opportunity for generating additional “out of the box” ideas for addressing PCRD challenges, by actively involving African countries, relevant organizations/institutions, parastatal, private sector, philanthropy organizations/foundations, academia, civil society, faith-based organisations, African experts, and the Diaspora;To promote intra-African solutions to the complex challenges of post-conflict reconstruction and other compelling issues; and - To contribute towards a renewed sense of urgency in consolidating peace where it has been achieved and preventing further relapse into conflict. At its 19th Ordinary Session of the policy organs of the Union that was held in Addis Ababa, in July 2012, the African Solidarity Initiative (ASI) was launched as an AU-led process for mobilizing support from within the continent for countries emerging from conflict, in line with the AU Policy on Post- Conflict Reconstruction and Development (PCRD) adopted in 2006.
  73. 73. 407 Vine Street Suite 300 Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 Phone: 1.513.917.7016 Web: http://friendsoftheafricanunion.com 73 Tuesday, May 27, 2014 We in the African Union’s 6th Region in the USA can help.
  74. 74. 407 Vine Street Suite 300 Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 Phone: 1.513.917.7016 Web: http://friendsoftheafricanunion.com 74 Tuesday, May 27, 2014 All African countries, the regional economic communities, the private sector and all those doing business in Africa, key African organizations/institutions, the academia, African celebrities, the African Diaspora, civil society organizations and non-governmental organizations, women and youth organizations/networks, African philanthropists, expert and professional organizations, traditional partners, as well as south-south friends support this Initiative. African Solidarity Initiative Appeal for Support In view of the convening of the first African Solidarity Conference to mobilize further financial and in-kind contributions for the beneficiary countries scheduled for 1 February 2014, the Commission invites - through its organs SADOAA and the will respond to these needs.
  75. 75. 407 Vine Street Suite 300 Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 Phone: 1.513.917.7016 Web: http://friendsoftheafricanunion.com 75 Tuesday, May 27, 2014
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  79. 79. 407 Vine Street Suite 300 Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 Phone: 1.513.917.7016 Web: http://friendsoftheafricanunion.com 79 Tuesday, May 27, 2014 Friends of the African Union leadership has been called before by the African Union to consult on the AU 2063 Agenda -,
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  84. 84. 407 Vine Street Suite 300 Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 Phone: 1.513.917.7016 Web: http://friendsoftheafricanunion.com 84 Tuesday, May 27, 2014 We gathered on MLK 2014 with members of our original group when we started to implement the movement/brand Friends of the African Union as we prepared to create spin offfs from our 2 year of operations. n. We are creating this plan to create a new 50 year infrastructure as a Consequence of our pledge during the 2013 Kwanzaa Accords Planning Month August 2013 Americans in response to events of the day and belief in their constitutional rights assembled to create A solution for Africa that Africa and its African Diaspora needed and on July 16 2012 the African union responded to its peoples pleas. Established as a McGraw Daniels 1st Daniels IDIQ Brand that supports a African Movement on Jan 16th 2012 in the OKI Region On MLK Day 2012 based on the founders combined efforts for global change.
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  91. 91. 407 Vine Street Suite 300 Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 Phone: 1.513.917.7016 Web: http://friendsoftheafricanunion.com 91 MAM will work to develop a unified creative team of over 1,000 people in 50 cities worldwide by 2015. Tuesday, May 27, 2014
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  96. 96. 407 Vine Street Suite 300 Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 Phone: 1.513.917.7016 Web: http://friendsoftheafricanunion.com 96 By 2020 we, as a global alliance of public access coalitions, will create around the world 500 statewide public private partnerships to create a black public access coalition with other coalitions and enterprises who support public access. Starting from Cincinnati with Ohio cities of Akron, Dayton, Niles and Cleveland we will tell the story of the African Union in 15 American states, These states include Ohio, California, Texas, New York, New Jersey, Illinois, Michigan, and Missouri. We plan in 2014 global operations multi-media in Canada, Cuba, Bermuda, Brazil, Kenya, Ghana, Senegal, Nigeria, Guinea, The Gambia, South Sudan, DRC, Uganda, South Africa and Nigeria. FAUprime.NET Tuesday, May 27, 2014
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  98. 98. 407 Vine Street Suite 300 Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 Phone: 1.513.917.7016 Web: http://friendsoftheafricanunion.com 98 Tuesday, May 27, 2014 Many descriptions of content farm cloud computing are cited across government and industry, including a formal definition from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). I would add that the cloud includes environments where physically distributed computing resources -- including infrastructure, applications, or databases – connect in real time to help a company, consumer, or government agency perform a transaction, service, or inquiry around the world. Cloud services can be provided over the public Internet, but can also be done through connections over networks that run independently using USPTO #5,577,042. Government agencies often establish clouds independent of the open Internet due to perceived risks of making data available over public channels – but the government is moving in the direction of more use of the open Internet for cloud as well. Indeed, whether consumers, companies, and governments realize it, they are already in the cloud all the time. Many popular email services, including Gmail, Hotmail and Yahoo, function over the distributed networks that constitute the cloud, and provide access to millions of people. Businesses and governments are increasingly using the cloud for email as well. Implementation Key for success in any cloud implementation is a strategy to define how to increase efficiency, save costs, and improve performance of programs in the cloud. We believe that a small investment in upfront planning can pay large dividends in measured outcomes from any cloud migration. This is especially important because we plan to build brand new computing environments where all activities operate in the cloud.
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