The Academy activities involves food production and new farming techniques, community living, respect for the Africa
heritage, including use of African
languages in medical texts and books; promotion of literacy for better educational development in rural areas. We also encourage cross-cultural fellowship through music and concerts in multi-language learning.
To better understand the concept of humanity and the earth as one interdependent organism, the Academy takes a closer look
at the history of human evolution in terms of the contributions by all segments of humanity from newly
discovered artifacts to innovation with direct implications for cultural pluralism, communications, and environmental science.