As Founder and President of the Miracle Africa International Foundation, I want to welcome you to our state-of-the-art website. Here, at this online location you will learn all about the work of the Foundation, particularly as it concerns our important work in implementing and supporting projects and programs that strive for sustainable development, stability, peace, freedom and liberty of the African continent.
It is a great pleasure to announce that Miracle Africa International Foundation has established the project Miracle GOAfrica to improve living conditions in African villages by equipping them with facilities and essential services, such as drinking water, health centers, electricity and communication networks. Miracle GOAfrica can become a development model for the initiatives taken by the authorities and to ensure a better coordination and effectiveness of international aid, both public and private.
As former South African President Nelson Mandela has said: “We hold the destiny of the continent in our hands.” The Miracle Africa International Foundation is taking those words seriously and we hope that you also will take them to heart.
Nadia Murabet, Founder & President
Miracle Africa International Foundation aims at creating
an intervention model Miracle GOAfrica to enable African communities to move
beyond the emergency and lay the foundations for a genuine civil progress.
Miracle GOAfrica can become the reference framework for individual initiatives in the following areas:
– The first is geared towards the primary health needs and aimed at assisting those who are fighting against life-threatening situations, such as ebola, malaria, cholera and recurrent famines.
– The second is directed at providing Permanent Essential Services in all communities to cater for the needs of the most vulnerable groups, such as children and women, by setting up “Centers for Mothers and Children”.
– The third is aimed at improving living conditions in villages by providing fundamental services and infrastructures, such as drinkable water, energy and national communication and integration systems, in line and synergy with the plans of each government.
We believe that we will achieve this primary goal by continuing to create, implement and support projects and programs that promote the principles of sustainable development, economic stability, good governance, liberty, freedom and peace across the African continent.
The Foundation strives to encourage not only the development of African human, artistic, cultural, sportive and democratic values but also to promote them. Based on this core purpose the Foundation’s goals include:
The Miracle Africa International Foundation is organized under Swiss law and located at 19, Rue de Saint‐Léger in Geneva, Switzerland.
THE MIRACLE AFRICA INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION
MAIF is working with the Nelson Mandela Foundation, Diaspora African Forum, the African Union, the World Health Organization and the United Nations to support and enhance social development and health care in Africa.
In questa ottica nel corso dell’Oriental il mondo arabo ha riconosciuto l’Oriental Award alla MIRACLE AFRICA INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION – fondata da Nadia Murabet – che ha portato avanti con straordinario merito l’obiettivo primario di fare scelte, azioni e promozioni che possano migliorare la qualità della vita dei fratelli africani più indifesi creando, implementando o supportando progetti che mirano allo sviluppo sostenibile, alla stabilità economica, al buon governo, alla libertà ed alla pace nel Continente Africano.
Inside the charming picture frame of what was the amphitheatre of El-Djem, Riccardo Muti conducted the orchestra and the choir of the Maggio Fiorentino to a few arias of the Metistofele of Boito accompanied by the soloist voices of Alexia Voulgaridon, Keith Ikaia Purdy, Ildebrando D’Arcangelo. During the concert, even other voices echoed in the Tunisian desert. The Maestro Muti interrupted his music to make way to the voice of prayer coming from the Muezzin. That silence, which asted a few minutes, was significative for the purpose of the feeling of brotherhood amongst people and respect towards the Islamic religion which unites us together to one and only God.
The peace conference is the highlight of the World Peace Festival week bringing together experienced peace builders and leading decision-makers from the spheres of politics, business and civil society. The first conference day on 26 August 2011 started with the theme “Peace is your business!”, putting the focus on the economic impacts of building peace – an unprecedented approach for an international peace conference. In the opening sessions, successful global players, such as Steve Killelea (Institute for Economics and Peace), Jean Oelwang (Virgin Unite) and Mansoor Ijaz (Crescent Investment Management) outlined their visions, strategies and experiences about the role of corporates in furthering peace. Several speakers emphasised our responsibility as an international community in a globalized world – a world that is growing together more than ever before because of global connectivity and instant information exchange.
Nadia Murabet receives an award as Ambassador of Peace in Argentina from 2 Noble Peace Prize Adolfo Perez Esquvel & Rigoberta Menchu in the presence of Minister of Government Cristina Alvarez Rodríguez and wife of Governor of Buenos Aires and President of the Banco Foundation in the framework of the International Forum of Women’s Rights.