Mr. Diamond Freeman Mikado is the Impact Evaluation Officer at Mother of All Nations Foundation and holds a degree in Communications Studies, a Google Project Management certificate, and is a certified professional in ISO/IEC 27001 from PECB. He has a career in sales and marketing, and has since evolved into a dynamic Programs Manager since 2016.
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Mother of All Nations Foundation
Reaching Out to All
Mother of All Nations Foundation (MoANF) is a registered (NGO) was established and incorporated in 2014. The organization offers a blend of programs for young people to enhance their quality of life through structured interventions that offer opportunities for young people’s development. These include the provision of basic education, improving literacy skills, vocational and entrepreneurial skills training among many, targeted at young people in underprivileged and growing communities.
MoANF seeks to bridge the gap in all aspects of life faced by the less privileged in underserved communities, create change makers capable of identifying their local problems and generate innovative solutions for sustainable growth.
The foundation works closely with governmental, non-governmental, individuals, local and international donors whose vision is in line with ours
To become a globally recognized NGO, working towards livelihood improvement, community partnerships, empowerment, and enhanced education
- To be a center of excellence that discovers and transforms the potentials of young people for societal benefit
- To raise trans-generational thinkers who will serve as change agents in transforming communities for a collective sustainable growth
- To create a sustainable environment for the growth of young people
- Youth Empowerment
- Child education
- Sustainable Development
- To bridge the educational dichotomy between the less privileged and well privileged in communities
- To create change makers capable of identifying problems in their communities and bringing out innovative solutions to solve them.
- To empower the youth with the necessary skills and training.
- To prepare the youth for the future
- To instill the spirit of volunteerism among the youth
- Commitment: Committed to gathering a generational of servant leaders dedicated to leading the positive change they wish to see in their communities for sustainable growth.
- Participation: Ensure active participation and encourage diverse opinions in delivering of progress
- Empowerment: Encourage and use innovative ways to address challenges that confront us.
- Diversity: Embrace all socio-cultural and religious differences
Susan Naa Lamiley Lamptey, serving as the Head of Administration at the Mother of All Nations Foundation, embodies a wealth of experience and expertise in driving our mission forward. Holding a degree in Communication from the African University College of Communication, Susan has seamlessly integrated her academic prowess with practical experience garnered through her tenure within media institutions and development agencies over the past four years.
Her multifaceted skill set extends beyond administrative responsibilities. Susan’s versatility shines through her exceptional proficiency in photography, voice-over artistry, graphic design, and social media marketing. These varied talents complement her role by enabling innovative and impactful communication strategies that amplify our foundation’s reach and impact.
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Nuhu Yussif Caesar, Community Development Manager at Mother of All Nations Foundation
The Mother of All Nations Foundation began its journey in 2008 under the visionary leadership of Madam Sana Kpante, the CEO. Initially established as a haven for young individuals migrating from distant communities to seek better opportunities in Accra, particularly in Madina, the foundation provided essential accommodation and support services. Over time, the foundation evolved beyond being solely a residence, expanding its scope to nurture the potential of these young people by offering educational, skill development, and training opportunities.
As the number of beneficiaries grew, so did the foundation’s aspirations. In 2014, the organization officially registered under its current name. Since then, it has made a profound impact on the lives of over 10,000 individuals by implementing structured interventions aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
From its humble beginnings as a shelter, the foundation’s initiatives have transformed into comprehensive programs designed to empower and uplift. Through education, skills training, and holistic support, we strive to equip these young individuals with the tools they need to flourish in the long term, contributing positively not only to their lives but also to the sustainable development goals of our society.