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Africa Caribbean Heritage Alliance (ACHA) is the organization that reunites Africa and the Caribbean in the areas of heritage, culture, economy, education and travel. Started by Okama Ekpe Brook, who has worked for the United Nations in different parts of the world, ACHA is uniquely based in the hub of the Caribbean, St. Maarten and Nigeria, Africa. Okama, originally Nigerian, fell in love with St. Maarten and the Caribbean, having lived and worked in a number of the islands. Her background working in nation building has uniquely given her a perspective on the relationships between Africa and the Caribbean that can be strengthened and nurtured.

WE ARE RECONNECTING AFRICA AND THE CARIBBEAN

We are building a world where the societies of Africa and the Caribbean are
positively reconnected .

Our Focus

At ACHA, our focus spans across various sectors and behavioural patterns and its interconnected through our cultural heritage.
  • Culture and Heritage
  • Economic Development (Entepreneurship, Trade and Tourism, Foreign Direct Investments)
  • Education and Health
  • Entertainment
  • Sports
Latest Updates

News about ACHA activities and events

Okama presents paper at 45th CSA Conference in Georgetown
01 Jun 2021

Okama presents paper at 45th CSA Conference in Georgetown

Africa Caribbean Heritage Alliance, ACHA, Amb. Okama Ekpe Brook, founder and president of ACHA will present today in the 45th Annual conference organized by the Caribbean Studies Association in Georgetown, Guyana.

ACHA pays special visit to the Emir of Bwari
03 Mar 2021

ACHA pays special visit to the Emir of Bwari

ACHA President, Ambassador. Okama Ekpe Brook led her team to pay a courtesy call on his royal Highness, the Emir of Bwari, Alhaji Auwal Muhammad Ijakoro at his Palace in Abuja FCT, Nigeria.

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