Chukwu-Emeka Chikezie

Chukwu-Emeka Chikezie is an integrator, connector, and catalyst who fosters and facilitates collaboration between diverse actors across internal team, government, private sector, international development actors, African diasporas, and civil society to address complex international development challenges to drive and deliver meaningful results.

He cofounded London-based African Foundation for Development (AFFORD) in 1994 and Freetown-based AFFORD-SL in 2008. He has led several private sector development programs and provided advisory consulting services, and served as Senior Advisor to governments of Mexico (2010) and Mauritius (2012) in their respective capacities as Chairs of Global Forum on Migration and Development. He is of Nigerian/Sierra Leonean/UK origin and operates transnationally between the UK and Sierra Leone.

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