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A.S.D.A. is a not-for profit organisation that is committed to sustainable development in Africa. Our values are shared by many who trust in supporting people in Africa to carve out their own future.
A.S.D.A's chosen approaches, that are led by its philosophy of “helping people to help themselves” have uplifted lives of many by providing them with the rightful tools for grass-root economic creation.
Backed by the motivation, resources and reputation of our cherished public, A.S.D.A. will continue to work hard to further the set objectives of our mission.

 
COMPUTERS FOR BASIC SCHOOL

The African Social Development Aid (A.S.D.A.) in collaboration with Trainline (U.K) recently donated a number of computers to the T.I. Ahmadiyya Basic School "B" in Kumasi, Ghana.
Presenting the computers to the school....

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ASDA DISTRIBUTES GLASSES

The African Social Development Aid have since the beginning of the year 2009 been distributing visual and reading glasses to various eye clinics in the country (Ghana);  the latest recipients being the Offinso St Patrick’s Hospital (Eye Clinic) in the Ashanti Region of Ghana. Earlier, ASDA had made donations to the Komfo Anokye Hospital in Kumasi. The glasses are part of a large consignment received from the Clinica Baviera in Spain and Care Vision in the Netherlands.

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KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER-PARIS

BASUG organised its 2nd financial literacy workshop for the Sri Lankan migrants in Paris, France.. Held at the Sri Lanka Paris Buddhist Vihara, the workshop was attended by the Sri Lankan Diasporas, the Sri Lankan embassy in Paris and representatives of the Sri Lankan financial institutions, notably, the Bank of Ceylon (BOC). A few Bangladeshi migrants also attended the workshop.

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INFORMATION & AWARENESS DAY

Diaspora Remittances for Development
African Diasporas are best known for the high remittances they send to their countries of origin. However, they are not best known as higher investors in their communities. The African Social Development Aid (ASDA) had been meditating over this issue until 15 November when the Foundation, with the assistance of the Oxfam-Novib invited the public to discuss the issue.

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