The Foundation’s primary objective is to promote actions and programs designed to foster a better quality of life for Africa’s most vulnerable people.

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 development of educational, health and sport programs
  • The promotion of environmental protection initiatives through the sustainable use of Africa’s natural resources
  • The research and establishment of better conditions for the development of self‐sustaining agriculture, industry, trade, services and public administration;
  • The promotion of effective schooling and education;
  • The protection and promotion of the cultural diversity of Africa, including through the development of cultural exchanges with the international community and Africa;
  • The establishment and support of effective health programs, in particular, the implementation of research and treatment facilities and accessible and affordable care centers;
  • The support for disabled adults and children, and the nourishment of deprived children;
  • The development and support women‐oriented projects including for those victims of violence and human trafficking;
  • The design and development of forums and exchanges between the public and private sectors of Africa including the opportunity for the international community to contribute to the well‐being of Africa;
  • The study and research of the social and welfare impact of conflict, famine and disease in Africa.


The Miracle Africa International Foundation is organized under Swiss law and located at 19, Rue de Saint‐Léger in Geneva, Switzerland.

Nadia Murabet honored at AIMS 2008 Summit

04/05/2008 01:16:00

Convening at the Abou Nawas Hotel in Tunis, the African International Media Summit (AIMS 2008) honored Nadia Murabet as one of 2008’s “Global Achievers” in media, communications and culture.

AIMS 2008 was the third annual presentation in an ongoing series promoting the concept of “Rebranding Africa”. Ms. Murabet, received the AIMS 2008 “Global Achievers'” award.

The award was presented by Dr. Erieka Bennett, Vice-Chair and President of the African Communications Agency and Ms. Adunma Oteh, Vice President for Corporate Services at The African Development Bank, a sponsor of AIMS 2008. ACA’s Dr. Bennett described Ms. Murabet as “a true example of the kind of extraordinary professionals in the African Diaspora community whose hearts and minds are focused on uplifting Africa and Africa’s image worldwide….”

As Ms. Murabet received the award, which had been kept secret from her, ACA’s Bennett added, “We are presenting this award to you, Nadia, in recognition of the excellence, creativity and commitment to quality you demonstrate in showcasing Africa’s beauty and culture to the world. As you honor Africa, so now does Africa honor you…”.

In receiving the award Ms. Murabet said “It is our duty as a Diaspora to help with the development of Africa”. The annual AIMS conferences bring journalists and other communications and media professionals together from across the African continent and the African Diaspora.

Each summit includes the “Living Legends” awards gala.

Previous recipients of the award include Nelson Mandela, Kofi Annan, Nobel Laureate Wole Soyinka, Olusegun Obasanjo and the great Muhammad Ali.

The “Living Legends” gala is also the setting where the next generation of emerging world leaders are honored as “Global Achievers”.