Breaking News : Luzindana Adam Buyinza

Breaking News.

Luzindana Adam Buyinza,a ugandan youthful small scale businessman as been appointed Executive Secretary and International Development Ambassador of Asia Africa Development Council which is an international Non State Diplomatic Peace and development organisation committed to ensuring sustainable peace and development of Asia and Africa.
Asia Africa Development council operate in 48 countries in Asia middle East and 53 countries in Africa but it also maintain offices in USA for international cooperation and field offices in Russia,China,India,Iran,North korea,Israel,Qatar,Saudi Arabia,Kurdistan region of Iraq,etc.
Luzindana Adam Buyinza is a small scale businessman,international Peace,Human Rights and development Promoter and CEO of Public Opinions International.He was born on 7th july 1982 in a predominantly Peasantry and poverty stricken family in butakoola village Kayunga District.
THE ASIA AFRICA DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL (ADCO) operates in all countries in Asia and Africa. In Asia continent we operate in the countries listed below to promote Sustainable Peace and Development through ICT Programs, Donations of Computers,Laptops,Training,Peace and Development Dialogues, Seminars, workshops, Consultative meetings, Research, Job Placement, External Labor Programs, Educational Placement in all Universities in Asia,Conferences,Debates,etc.
Asia Africa Development Council (ADCO) work with communities, and leaders in Asia and Africa. We gather information and views of the people and leaders and officially share with Political Leader, Intergovernmental Organizations, International Non-Governmental Organizations, Government Bodies in a given country,but above all we voluntarily submit our field reports to Presidents,Prime Ministers or Ministers in countries in Asia and Africa as well as Bi-Annually reporting to the Secretary General of the United Nations. We work along side the United Nations, Regional Intergovernmental Organisations,International Organisations and Governments in Asia and Africa to attain the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. We are establishing strong partnership with responsible businesses in Asia and Africa in areas of corporate Social Responsibility,Job Placement,Internship,climate change and provision of high Quality products and services.
1. Afghanistan
2. Armenia
3. Azerbaijan
4. Bahrain
5. Bangladesh
6. Bhutan
7. Brunei
8. Cambodia
9. China
10. Cyprus
11. Georgia
12. India
13. Indonesia
14. Iran
15. Iraq
16. Israel
17. Japan
18. Jordan
19. Kazakhstan
20. Kuwait
21. Kyrgyzstan
22. Laos
23. Lebanon
24. Malaysia
25. Maldives
26. Mongolia
27. Myanmar (Burma)
28. Nepal
29. North Korea
30. Oman
31. Pakistan
32. Palestine
33. Philippines
34. Qata
35. Russia
36. Saudi Arabia
37. Singapore
38. South Korea
39. Sri Lanka
40. Syria
41. Taiwan
42. Tajikistan
43. Thailand
44. Timor-Leste
45. Turkey
46. Turkmenistan
47. United Arab Emirates (UAE)
48. Uzbekistan
49. Vietnam
50. Yemen
1. Algeria (People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria)
2. Angola (Republic of Angola)
3. Benin (Republic of Benin)
4. Botswana (Republic of Botswana)
5. Burkina Faso
6. Burundi (Republic of Burundi)
7. Cameroon (Republic of Cameroon)
8. Cape Verde (Republic of Cape Verde)
9. Central African Republic (Central African Republic)
10. Chad (Republic of Chad)
11. Comoros (Union of the Comoros)
12. Côte d’Ivoire (Republic of Côte d’Ivoire)
13. Djibouti (Republic of Djibouti)
14. Egypt (Arab Republic of Egypt)
15. Equatorial Guinea (Republic of Equatorial Guinea)
16. Eritrea (State of Eritrea)
17. Ethiopia (Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia)
18. Gabon (Gabonese Republic)
19. Gambia (Republic of The Gambia)
20. Ghana (Republic of Ghana)
21. Guinea (Republic of Guinea)
22. Guinea-Bissau (Republic of Guinea-Bissau)
23. Kenya (Republic of Kenya)
24. Lesotho (Kingdom of Lesotho)
25. Liberia (Republic of Liberia)
26. Libya (Great Socialist People’s Libyan Arab Jamahiriya)
27. Madagascar (Republic of Madagascar)
28. Malawi (Republic of Malawi)
29. Mali (Republic of Mali)
30. Mauritania (Islamic Republic of Mauritania)
31. Mauritius (Republic of Mauritius)
32. Morocco (Kingdom of Morocco)
33. Mozambique (Republic of Mozambique)
34. Namibia (Republic of Namibia)
35. Niger (Republic of Niger)
36. Nigeria (Federal Republic of Nigeria)
37. Republic of the Congo (Republic of the Congo)
38. Rwanda (Republic of Rwanda)
39. Sao Tome and Principe
40. Senegal (Republic of Senegal)
41. Seychelles (Republic of Seychelles)
42. Sierra Leone (Republic of Sierra Leone)
43. Somalia (Somali Republic)
44. South Africa (Republic of South Africa)
45. Sudan (Republic of Sudan)
46. Swaziland (Kingdom of Swaziland)
47. Tanzania (United Republic of Tanzania)
48. Togo (Togolese Republic)
49. Tunisia (Tunisian Republic)
50. Uganda (Republic of Uganda)
51. Western Sahara (Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic)
52. Zambia (Republic of Zambia)
53. Zimbabwe (Republic of Zimbabwe)
Director General
Asia Africa Development council(ADCO)
New Dehli,National Capital Territory
Republic of India
Asia Africa Development Council  operate international cooperation Offices in USA

About the Author