One of MKU's fundamental objectives is "to foster unity by networking with other organizations, on the campuses of educational institutions and in the community." In order to meet this goal, we partner with national groups in order to provide a larger knowledge base for our members pursuant to issues in the Diaspora. In addition, partnerships are intended to foster collaboration, and networking, and to create personal/professional development opportunities for our members.
Current Partner Organizations
Sisterhood Agenda: Sisterhood Agenda, Inc. is a global, award-winning nonprofit organization created to uplift and aid in the self-development of women and girls of African descent, a historically at-risk and traditionally underserved population. Sisterhood Agenda creates and centralizes resources for females of African descent to address health, cultural, social, and economic needs through a variety of innovative approaches, programs and services. Based in Newark, New Jersey, social impact is expanded through partnerships with agencies, individuals and businesses throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, the Caribbean, United Kingdom, and Africa. Sisterhood Agenda publishes the groundbreaking magazine, Sisterhood Agenda, other books and program guides to enlighten and empower women and girls of African descent.
MKU is always looking for new organizations to foster partnership! For more details, contact the National Board via email at CNB@malikakambeumfazi.org or call us at 877.658.1995 so that we can send you an MKU Partnership package.