Our funding and contributions are in form of talent, professional assistance and items needed for the movement to progress.

About Us


"One early morning in April 2020 in silence I asked how can I help Africa. The idea came to me to create a group and invite concerned Africans and the diaspora to contribute their ideas to unite Africa so we Africans can develop our economy because until Africa matters no black man or black woman worldwide matters. In a hurry I acted according to my instincts".. Ike Sherdrack, Founder

The Pan African Rising Movement (PANARMRISING) MISSION is to accelerate the growth of the African economy by utilizing commerce and collaborative projects with the African diaspora and Africa. PANARMRISING is a black business resource community and market place where black people are empowered to invest, create opportunities, offer support, and promote awareness of black enterprises..

Joining hands in partnership with the DIASPORA to RECONNECT and INVEST in Africa. It is PANARMRISING’s strong belief that a mutual benefit can be achieved when we Africans work together with our black brothers and sisters in the diaspora in developing the African ECONOMY.
Already the process has began where the diaspora’s interest in investing in Africa is growing. PANARMRISING will play an active part in bringing in the diaspora to invest.

Our DUTY is to educate all Africans on the importance of One Africa without boundaries, and  to end the Divide and Rule Policy of the West. The youth has a big part to play in this process because they are the future leaders. Our aim is to  reach schools, colleges and universities. Furthermore, our fathers and mothers in towns and villages are to be educated in uniting Africa.                                                                            

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Meet The Team​

We have a dedicated team who are committed to our goal

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