African languages are less valued and spread globally, although Africa is poised to become the most populated continent in the next decades. Some African Languages are well spoken in many regions on the continent and constitute national language and regional languages in some countries and parts of the continent. It is common for even non-Africans to learn and research on African languages, traditions and customs to support faster integration on the people on the continent. This academy teaches well-established and spread languages like the Swahili and Hausa as well as other languages with a more local footprint like Lingala, Dioula (Malinke), Yoruba, Kinyarwanda or Amharic b>to cite but a few. In addition, it teaches cultures and traditions and customs of African people. Instructors are invited to produce and publish courses and develop programs related to African languages, cultures, customs and traditions.