MAO (Managed agriculture organization) is a non-profit organization operating in Houston, we have investment account established with Merrill Lynch/Bank of America, Sugar Land Texas USA for the purpose of investment mobilization for Agriculture in Africa, by providing agriculture input provision in a franchise management system.

Can you recommend a person/organization that might assist in its organization with incentivised program outlined by Diaspora remittances and investment?

Merrill Lynch and MAO are the funds managers the person or company will work closely with both entities for a good contract or commissions.


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Diaspora remittances

How can the Diaspora remittances be used as a leverage to establish Diaspora Banks for Diaspora Businesses.

While remittances from the African Diaspora are an indisputable economic contribution, the question is how to turn this financial boon into a productive

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MAO ( Managed Agriculture Organization) Rules of Engagements

Rules of Individual, Corporate partnership,

 Franchisor, & Franchisee engagement with MAO


Franchisors & Franchisees

1. Franchisee or applicant for, is duly organized, validly existing and in good standing under the laws of ______________. Franchisee has all the requisite power and authority to conduct its business as presently conducted and to execute and deliver a contract to MAO for the performance of the MAO Application Procedure, Feasibility Study and others for the engagement of a relationship. Franchisee is not debarred, suspended, or to the best of its knowledge or belief, proposed for debarment or ineligible for the award of grants, loans, guarantee, or collateral security, by any global federal, state governmental agency, foundations, organizations or any financial authority.

2. Franchisee has included its Charter or Articles of Incorporation and a certificate of good standing issued within one month of the date of signature below, or the equivalents thereof, issued by the government of ___________.

3. Neither the Franchisee nor any of its principal officers have, within the three-year period preceding the submission of this proposal, been convicted of or had a civil judgment rendered against them for: commission of fraud or a criminal offense in connection with obtaining, attempting to obtain, or performing an international, federal, state or local government contract or subcontract; violation of any antitrust statutes relating to the submission of offers; or commission of embezzlement, theft, forgery, bribery, falsification or destruction of records, making false statements, tax evasion, violating federal or state criminal tax laws, or receiving stolen property.

4. Neither the Franchisee, nor any of its principal officers, is presently indicted for, or otherwise criminally or civilly charged with, commission of any of the offenses enumerated in paragraph 3 above.

5. There are no tax liens pending against the assets, property, or business of the Franchisee. The Franchisee, has not, within the three-year period preceding the submission of this proposal, been notified of any delinquent taxes in an amount that exceeds US$3,000 for which the liability remains unsatisfied. Taxes are considered delinquent if (a) the tax liability has been fully determined, with no pending administrative or judicial appeals; and (b) a taxpayer has failed to pay the tax liability when full payment is due and required.

6. The Franchisee has not commenced a voluntary case or other proceeding seeking liquidation, reorganization, or other relief with respect to itself of its debts under any bankruptcy, insolvency or other similar law. The Franchisee has not had filed against it an involuntary petition under any bankruptcy, insolvency or similar law. The Franchisee shall notify MAO if any of the representations included herein are no longer true and correct at the time of its entry into a contract with the MAO.




Individual, Organizations, Corporate Partnership Responsibilities & Affirmation

To All Countries’ Bribery & Correction Acts, Regulations, and Policies


We adhere to The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act of 1977 (FCPA) (15 U.S.C. §§ 78dd-1, et seq.) of the United States of America and its entirerity-our homestead registered Country []

We also observe and adhere to all countries Bribery & Correction Acts, Regulations, and Policies either implicit or explicit and their entirerities.

All MAO clients, affiliations, partners, associations, helpers take upon themselves to be accustomed to above laws, and MAO will not be liable for breach of any of these laws. We shall assist any law enforcement agency in any country in performing their State or Federal mandated responsibilities.

There shall be Non discrimination against any of the religious segment of the three believers of Africa religious groups (Christian, Moslem, and Traditionalist) or tribe, gender or nationality.

Name or Name of Authorized Representative: ______________________________

Signature of Name or Authorized Representative:____________________________

Date: ___________________________




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The CORE principle of MAO

We consider MAO program as an Economic Liberation Extension next to African Political Liberation. We recommend all true lovers of Africa to participate, invest, enlarge, and come out with programs that will lead the MAO programs to first class Agricultural & Industries development.

1) The African urban migration must be slowed down or must be systematical organized at all cost.

2) The highly skewed economic inequalities must be addressed in all governments and private sectors, policies and initiatives.

These constitute the central core, the major tenant of our corporate philosophy.

The African political liberation was inherited by three segments of African society. The Traditional, the Western and the Islamic, these three groups co-exist uneasily, their perception of wealth, how to acquire wealth and what constitute personal net-wealth are different and in conflict with each other. While the division of the society is based on religious inclinations, the differences have tangential relation with the central religious dogmas. (

 The current urban and social tensions, genocides, ethnic cleansing are extensions of such unease co-existence. The degree of partial harmony in each state is a reflection of the number and dominance of one of the segment above all others, THE MANIFESTATIONS of such social segment uneasy co-existence are the situations in the Rwanda, Nigeria Sudan, and the Congo etc.

Inequities distributions and economic growth in Africa societies seem to be different from other developed and developing societies. (Ref K. A, Fosu,, Helsinki, Finland

Inequality and the Impact of Growth on Poverty: Comparative Evidence for Sub-Saharan Africa

This study explores the extent to which inequality affects the impact of income growth on the rates of poverty changes in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) comparatively with non-SSA, based on a global sample of 1977–2004 unbalanced panel data. For both regions and all three measures of poverty—headcount, gap, and squared gap—the paper finds the impact of GDP growth on poverty reduction as a decreasing function of initial inequality. The impacts are similar in direction for SSA and non-SSA, so that within both regions there are considerable disparities in the responsiveness of poverty to income growth, depending on inequality. Nevertheless, the income–growth elasticity is substantially less for SSA, implying relatively small poverty-reduction sensitiveness to growth compared with the rest of the developing world. Furthermore, the paper finds a considerable variation in the predicted values of the income–growth elasticity across a large number of SSA countries, implying the need for understanding country-specific inequality attributes for effective poverty-reduction strategies.

Why is it so and what is to be done? We fancy policies and programs that can address these central paradigm anomalies. After all the observations and the available data shows that the Inner city poor, & slums compares similarly to the rural poor socioeconomic plight and economic depth. (

The paradigm consistence shows Africa must not allow rapid urbanization or else all our developmental initiatives may result to NULL.

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Hello world! Here comes MAO(Managed Agriculture organization)

Africa shall never see hunger as is, when we get through with the programs

This is our promise


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Talking about Managed Agriculture Organization – Agriculture Finance

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Africa unity now!
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AgriLife News

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