Vision for Africa Millennium Solutions Africa Corp (MSA) is an organization with the focus of finding ways to help Africa evolve from Countries, to Cities, to Villages. We aim to bring Life-altering technologies for the evolution and advancement of Africa, thus paving the way for self-sustainability. Learn More Contact Us invest in Africa We work with western companies, organizations and qualified entities to introduce them to new economic frontiers by investing and expanding in Africa; and in the same token promote self-sustainability by creating jobs, improve skills with hands on education. Contact Us we help western companies to

Our Mission

Millennium Solutions Africa Corp (MSA) is an organization that focuses in finding ways to help Africa evolve from Countries, to Cities, to Villages by bringing Life-altering technologies for the development and advancement of Africa, thus paving the way for self-sustainability.

Our Vision

MSA Corp works with U.S. companies, organizations and qualified entities to introduce them to new economic frontiers by investing and expanding in Africa; and in the same token promote self-sustainability through job creation, skills improvement  and to positively impact local populations. By coordinating such economic partnership, MSA Corp intends to participate in the eradication of poverty, hunger and chronic malnutrition in Africa and Globally.

Our Value

MSA Corp aims to delve into the African issues with the objective of finding and or helping bring sustainable solutions. We can offer expert solutions to help with new technologies and commercial opportunities  to participate in the development of Africa. We believe that by working with local Governments, Businesses, Organizations or directly with local populations to overcome barriers, help grow local economies, progress new ideas and technologies; we will be more effective than the traditional Aid.

Our Focus

Special attention in these areas


Agriculture in Africa has enormous potential, not only to feed the Continent and eliminate hunger and food insecurity, but certainly to be a major player in the global food markets. It’s potential lies in the enormous arable lands, accessibility to water and oceans, and in large and young workforce.
Agriculture is key in the Continent’s Economic transformation.
In recent years countries such as Brazil, which has experienced progress in agricultural production, have agreed to share technology with Africa to increase agricultural production in the continent to make it a more viable trade partner. Increased investment in African agricultural technology in general has the potential to reduce poverty in Africa


African education suffers from overcrowded classrooms and loss of staff due to migration to the West for better conditions and higher wages.

Literacy rates in many countries are very low. It is alarming that about 17 million out of 128 million or so school-aged children will never go to school and even more shocking that 37 million others will learn so little during their schooling. Therefore, which increase the rate of school dropped out before reaching high school.

Energies & New Technologies

Energy is essential to the functioning of a nation’s economy, to the maintenance and improvement of its standard of living. Restricted access to energy hurts the economy, lowers incomes and, of course, drives up the prices of other goods. The wealth of natural resources can help a country’s economy because it improves its competitiveness. The world is increasingly concerned about energy. Energy demand is increasing faster than supply is assured.

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Important for the Continent

Greatly needed in Africa
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    African Start-Up follows entrepreneurs in various countries across the continent to see how they are working to make their dreams become reality. It explores how they generate their ideas, formulate their business plans, raise capital and distribute their products.
  • Agricultural production & food security in Africa

    Agriculture employs 60 per cent of Africa’s labor force, while three-fifths of farmers work at a subsistence level. Efforts in many African countries to increase agricultural production have not guaranteed food security. Many governments are still not investing 10% of their budgets in Agriculture and the few who do are not using sustainable strategies and […]
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  • Covid 19 outbreak

    The COVID 19 represents a great challenge for our continent and our leaders need to be very strategic to fight this Pandemic. Our populations are vulnerable due to our social habits, weak economies and poor infrastructures especially in the medical field. I hope and pray that we all get through this. I am also worried […]
Did you know that

Energy in Africa

Energy in Africa is a scarcer commodity than in the developed world – annual consumption is 518 KWh in Sub-Saharan Africa, the same amount of electricity used by an individual in an Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD – example is the U.S.) country in 25 days. More than 500 million people live without electricity. Across the continent only 10% of individuals have access to the electrical grid, and of those, 75% come from the richest two quintiles in overall income.

Electrical provisioning in Africa has generally only reached wealthy, urban middle class, and commercial sectors, bypassing the region’s large rural populations and urban poor.

Agriculture in Africa

Agriculture in Africa has a massive social and economic footprint. More than 60 percent of the population of sub-Saharan Africa is smallholder farmers, and about 23 percent of sub-Saharan Africa’s GDP comes from agriculture. Yet, Africa’s full agricultural potential remains untapped.

The continent is bursting with potential: At 200 million hectares, sub-Saharan Africa is home to nearly half of the world’s uncultivated land that can be brought into production. Africa uses only 2 percent of its renewable water resources compared to 5 percent globally. Together with abundant resources, including a resourceful, enterprising youth population, strategic investments in agriculture can unleash virtuous growth cycles. How can Africa, then, capitalize on these opportunities?

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I was raised by grandparents who, first hands ,showed me how to help others in a meaningful way.
So, I’ve always had the dream to impact other people’s Lives and as an African, I saw lots of initiatives and always wanted to bring something of a different level – Do Better type.
Working in these noble causes and being part of our Continent’s evolvement is not supposed to be a short-term commitment, but we pledge to make it a life-long journey. I’m so fortunate to be able to impact the lives of others, all while partnering with some of the most passionate and driven pan Africanist on the globe.
Amadou A. DiagneFounder & President Of MSA

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