The Pan African Heritage World Museum (also known as Pan African Heritage Museum) is registered under the laws of Ghana as a Non-Governmental Organization with Registration Number CG051232020 (TIN C0047640995) on 29th July, 2020. It is also registered under the Trust Laws operating under a TRUST DEED, with an International Board of Trustees.
The Pan African Heritage Museum’s mission is to create an environment for people of African descent and all others to discover and experience the true history of the origins of humanity, the development of cultures and great civilizations of the Nile Valley that influenced the past, informs the present, and will shape the future, serving as an inspiration for generations to come.
Through the work of the Museum, all those of African descent will discover that they are heirs to a complex and rich inheritance. They will learn of their collective culture that created advanced-colonial kingdoms across Africa. Accomplished men and women leaders of African descent will become known to them, as well as a way of life that holds exceptional relevance today. Many will understand, for the first time, the extraordinary and creative contributions of African cultures and civilizations in world affairs.
The ultimate goal of the Museum is to provide the space for people of African descent to unlearn and relearn the true history, culture and civilization of Africa from the Origin of Humankind to the Present and to inspire the current generation. An architectural masterpiece reflecting traditional
African culture and 21st Century design, the Museum will be housed in a four-story building built on a stunning plateau, kilometers from Ghana’s capital city of Accra.
The Pan African Heritage Museum’s vision is to become the perpetual site of pilgrimage for Africans, people of African descent, and others, for education, healing, and inspiration.
Honorary Patrons and Advisory Board Members are honorary appointees in the category of Kings, Queens, Heads of State, and Big Donors who support our cause. The administration of the Museum is entrusted to a 30-member International Board of Trustees appointed from various parts of the pan African world – North, South, West, East, Central Africa; North America; the Caribbean; South America. The Board operates under a TRUST DEED registered in Accra, Ghana. The Secretariat of the Museum in Accra is managed by an Executive Council established in accordance with the Trust Laws of Ghana which executes the mandate of the International Board. It is the Executive Council that directly supervises the management and operations of the Museum and its facilities
After Centuries of Separation, Peoples of African Descent have an obligation to share a common space to bridge the wide gap that has existed among them through deliberate miseducation and historical suppression. PAHM aims to correct this miseducation.
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