The 2023 Cannabis and Hemp Global Tour that will span across 5 Cities in 3 continents, from Africa, Europe, North America and will be anchored by Davisha L Johnson the Hemp Lady of Africa in partnership with AIE Project, CEED and YAMBA.
The AIE Project is the combination of 3 groups (Cooperative Executive Management Team-CEMT, Rastafari Council of Ghana-RCG, and the International Cannabis Company-ICC).
RCG is the advocacy side connects to the Rastas around the world if that’s your space for community organizers and advocacy. CEMT is the Implementation side for government engagement, policy creation, educational events, reporting and business ventures into the market. ICC is education and research for the research facilities in the respective countries we have already partnered with through the curated events like the University of Rwanda and the scientific side of the plant.
The AIE Project has a road map to create Cannabis industry infrastructure in any African country through our strategic plan where everyone has a place from film makers to farmers through the AIE Consultancy Group with the goal to be the team commissioned to build this industry in other African countries looking to stabilize their economies, have real solutions to climate change, the UNSDGs and the Agenda 2063 goals and priorities.
The 2023 tour is not a promotion of the use of illegal drugs possession or distribution but a gathering of industry professionals looking for a global market entry, to reduce climate change, find solutions to UNSDGs, Agenda 2063, and the AU 2030 goals.
The 5 City Tour which will incorporate Flight, Hotels, Transport ,Meals and other side fees to cover it will start from eastern African city of Kigali in Rwanda from the 25th to 31st of March 2023, continue in Amsterdam in Netherlands from 16th to 17th of May, Ho in Ghana from the 27th to 29th of July and in Washington DC United States of America from the 10th to 15th September and culminate in the Central American city of Belize in Belize which is in the southernmost region of North American continent from 7th to 10th of November 2023.
In 2013 Uruguay became the first country in the world to legalize the production, distribution and consumption of cannabis, In recent times Cannabis has been slowly gaining acceptance among the nations of the world as Countries like Canada, Georgia, Malta, Mexico, South Africa, Thailand, and Uruguay, plus 21 states, 3 territories, and the District of Columbia in the United States , the Australian Capital Territory in Australia have legalized recreational use of cannabis.
Legal cannabis cultivation is also growing in Africa as several countries in the continent including Zimbabwe, South Africa, Malawi, eSwatini, Zambia, Uganda, and Rwanda has endorsed it.
“CEED is our technology partner and is currently creating the tech platform (app) database for all black owned cannabis and hemp related business and ancillary service providers in the United States and we are their Africa lead to create that database here on the continent for the vertically integrate ecosystem and global supply chain of black excellence in the Cannabis and Hemp Industry in Africa. We try and stick to the mission of being 100% blackity black with the AIE Project goals so we can have real ownership over an industry as a collective voice as one people!!!’’Davisha L Johnson communicated
“Yamba Market is our media partner and will document this entire experience so we have footage to monetize and control the narrative of how we as the African Diaspora along with our Distant Relatives from the continent are building an entire industry for us by us all through one plant as one love!’’ Davisha reitirated.
For more information on how to join any section of the tour please contact Implementation lead CEMT at [email protected] or for general information contact AIE Project GH directly at [email protected].
There will be a weekly event, every Friday night at 6pm GMT on Cannabis and Hemp in Africa Clubhouse for open discussions and connect with others interested from around the globe in Advocacy, Implementation and Education (AIE Project) regarding our network.