Have a wonderful festive season and a Happy New Year. From everyone at ACDF.
The Africa Caribbean Development Foundation is established since 1982 to promote youth programs.
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is trilled to be part of the world’s most influential travel and tourism event this year . It was a good opportunity for ACDF to network and promote its unique programmes and services to visitors, exhibitors and high level officials from various countries.
Ghana cultural and educational tours are available to those who are passionate about Ghana's colonial past during the tragic slave trade era , rich culture and arts, spectacular natural scenery, and the people's way of life. Click website in bio for more details. 🇬🇭 and educational tour.
Sharing happy moments of International youth exchange experiences with Kirsty Marsh at the Museum of London.
youth exchange participant to St. Vincent and the Grenadines reminiscing with her daughter about the importance of international youth exchange at the Museum of London.
. London to Italy group on this day in 1993. Participants posing for a photo after participating in the cultural and educational exchange with their Italian counterparts.
The ACDF journey began on October 10th, 1982, but by 1987, ACDF had opened its first training center at 4-8 Arcola Street, funded by the London Borough of Hackney Council and specifically adapted for the varied and innovative work programmes the leadership of the foundation had earlier identified. In the early years, from 1983 to 1986, ACDF partnered with several notable government training providers like the Manpower Service Commission and Reed Employment Services to assist in stemming the rapid growth of unemployment, especially in the UK BAME community. In response, ACDF provided a 6- to-8-week work placement training programme for young people on benefits aged 16 to 21 to get them ready for part-time or full-time employment opportunities. Set up a weekly free legal and general advice service with a specific emphasis on immigration headed by a very notable lawyer from Ghana. It was during this period that the leadership of ACDF began looking at international youth exchange programmes as an invaluable tool for youth development and building relationships across several continents. As a result, ACDF’s first self-funded youth exchange became a reality with an Antillean youth organization called Kibra Hacha based in Utrecht, Holland. During the group's visit to the UK in 1987, ACDF’s training center at Arcola Street, Hackney, was formerly opened by Cllr. Jim Holland, the then Mayor of the London Borough of Hackney. Then came a series of youth exchange programmes to St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Ghana, then across Europe and everywhere else. So, as ACDF celebrates as well as commemorates 40 years of service to the betterment of humanity, ACDF is keyed into pole position in the UK and now in Ghana with new and renewed energies to face the challenges of another 40 years of changing lives for better alternatives. Thanks to everyone, past and present who have trusted ACDF, but moreover, for your participation and the Almighty’s guidance in establishing an indelible legacy!
that the participants in the frame of this picture is one of the many who have benefited from 16 youth exchange programmes organized by ACDF to and from the UK and Italy? In this photo is youth exchange Italy to London in 1992
Looking back at 40 years of ACDF work in Europe, Africa and the Caribbean through the pictorial account and writings of former recipients. Grab a copy on Amazon now!
is calling upon young people across the globe to learn about each other through cultural, creative and educational youth exchange.
The success of ACDF Getfamilyar programme.
ACDF had an excellent discussion yesterday with the acting Country Director (Ghana and Cameroon) . We reflected on ACDF long standing relationship with British Council UK and sighted some of our success stories and looked at further engagement where we can collaborate on programs within the context of our defined objectives. # africacdf .
ACDF have changed many lives for better alternatives since 1982. Listen to people who have had the privilege to participate in this remarkable journey. .
Award given to Getfamilyar program for our valuable contribution to peace and justice in London.
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