What is Mpambo Afrikan Multiversity?
Mpambo Afrikan Multiversity is a community-based centre for mothertongue higher learning founded on the authority of the Afrikan Free Citizen Think Tank (1991-1993), to advance Afrikan Indigenous scholarship, rooted in Afrikan history, experience and heritage; cognition (ways of knowing); worldview; and epistemology. The Multiversity is based on the community and centred around organic mothertongue intellectuals, scholars, philosophers, wise men and wise women, sages and the talented, who are considered by their peers and community to be compelling experts; and have emerged out of people’s struggles to be free. Multiversity then is the Liberation Theory of Education of the oppressed, who have awakened.
Mpambo Afrikan Multiversity is the appropriate space, home and support for organic intellectuals and scholars willing and ready to share to engage in mutual endeavours of knowledge creation and transfer, at the highest level of quality and sophistication.
Whose Initiative is Mpambo Afrikan Multiversity?
Mpambo Afrikan Multiversity is the initiative of courageous, restless and impatient citizens who, out of their love and concern for Afrika, keep on asking tough questions; questions for which they set out to find answers:
To liberate and rekindle the Afrikan Spirit.
To create a new community-based knowledge chain spearheaded by organic mothertongue intellectuals and scholars, anchored by the keepers of deep community knowledge and rooted in Afrikan history, experience and heritage; cognition; worldview; and epistemology.
To provide appropriate space for compelling experts, together with those who want to learn with or under them, to engage in mutual endeavours of knowledge creation and transfer, in their areas of specialization or interest; including endeavours in cutting edge and new frontiers of knowledge.
As an Incubation Centre, Mpambo walks with innovators and inventors in the making and assists them to give their ideas wheels and wings to fly.
To raise the threshold of general public knowledge and understanding of matters of public and national interest.
To network with other organizations with whom we share vision and goals, are involved in similar, related or compatible work, and, as appropriate, strike partnerships and joint initiatives with them.