The Africa Development Network (ADN) project was designed and led by André Gallo AZAMBOU, residing in Canada (Ottawa) who as a visionary, fundamentally convinced of the capacity and the need of Africans to come together to pool their skills and resources at service of the continent, first initiated the DNA digital platform. Then, in view of the quality and density of exchanges in relation to the challenges facing the continent, was joined in this thrilling adventure by other lovers of Africa from the land and the diaspora, also deeply committed to changing the face of the land of their ancestors. It is :
Franklin NJOH EPAPE (Canada),
Isidore R. DOUALE FETGO (Canada),
Blaise Pascal TANGUY (France)
Patrick N. DEMANOU KANA (Cameroon)
Serges DEMEFACK DOUANLA (United States)
Prof. Siméon Pierre CHOUKEM (Cameroon)
Guy MOUAFO NOUSSI (France)
Gervais DJIMELI LEKPA (Cameroon)
Dr Salomon FOTSING (Canada).
Dr Jackson GUIMEZAP TSOPMO (Canada).
Simon Roger GUETSA (United States).
Henri Edouard TONNANG (Kenya).
Amadou DIAWARA (Mali)
Valerie ASSOI (Canada / Cote d’Ivoire).
Nicole NDOUBAYO (Chad).
Cyrille TCHINDA (Gabon).
Dr Dalvarice NGOUDJOU (Cameroon).
It is this dynamic and ambitious team that worked tirelessly to create the DNA Organization by giving it its legal personality. To these pioneers,
About thirty other Africans were added to form the group of founding members of DNA. ADN is happy to count on this extraordinary team of African visionaries as well as its vast network of active members all over the world, with whom it has written its history since its creation. He also encourages all talented Africans, Afro-descendants and friends of Africa to join the team for the achievement of its mission.