Opportunity Africa

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Opportunity Africa is a project of the Alexis de Tocqueville Institution (AdTI).

Jack Kemp said on April 29, 1997 at a hearing on U.S. Trade with Sub-Saharan Africa before the 'Subcommittee on Trade of the House Committee on Ways and Means':

"I am including with my testimony background research by Tocqueville's Opportunity Africa Project, which Congressman Payne chairs, on these hopeful developments. " [1]

On internet no information of that research seems to be available.

Kenneth Brown (president of AdTI) wrote on February 8, 2000: "Our Africa Projects honorary chairman is Congressman Donald Payne". [2]

Gregory Fossedal wrote on May 14, 2000 the article "How to help a continent ever in crisis? America, United Nations consider Africa alternatives" and at the end of that article was written:

Gregory Fossedal is chairman of the Alexis de Tocqueville Institution and directs its Opportunity Africa project. [3]

Donald Payne is currently co-chairman of the Alexis de Tocqueville Institution and chairman of its 'Opportunity Africa' Project.

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