African Logotype of EENI Business School & HA University

Africa - EENI Business School & HA University

Concepts of the African logotype of EENI Business School & HA University

The two key concepts of EENI's logotype for Africa:

  1. Black Eve, the common origin of humanity: “Africa: the cradle... and the future of the humanity”.
  2. African women as the pillar of the African Economy

The figure of the woman of the logo of EENI Business School & HA University represents Black Eve (mitochondrial Eve), the common origin of humanity.

  1. Today, the African woman is the pillar of the African Socio-Economic Transformation
  2. The new technologies, represented by @ (at) at the foot, facilitate the African women empowerment

Black Eve -Eve mitocondrial, Logotype EENI Business School & HA University

Black Eve, the common origin of the humanity.

For 6 million years, in Africa, there have been three revolutions of humanity, up to what we are, homo sapiens. Africa is the protagonist of the history of humanity. (*)

  1. The first hominid (Proconsul) appeared in East Africa in the Miocene (between 24 and 5 million years ago)
  2. The origin of humanity (homo sapiens) is estimated to have been about 200,000 years ago, all of us are descendants of the same woman, “Black Eve (or mitochondrial Eve)”.
  3. All of humanity today descends from about six hundred homo sapiens who lived in Africa about 100,000 years ago.
  4. Second emigration from Africa (50,000 years); Colonisation of Asia, Europe and Australia.
  5. After (17,000 years), Sapiens arrives in America.

Africa, the cradle of the humanity, has a history and has given birth to history... each generation has to build its pyramids” Doctor Joseph Ki-Zerbo.

The future of humanity is increasingly African (UNICEF).

  1. The population of Africa is 1,100 million Africans (the world population is 7,000 million)
  2. 2030: 1,600 million Africans
  3. 2050: 2,400 million Africans
  4. 2100: 4,000 million Africans, 25% of humanity will be African (with 1 billion Nigerians)

African women as the pillar of the African economy

  1. African women (519,058,499 women in 2011) are one of the pillars of the socio-economic development of Africa.
  2. African women provide around 70% of the agricultural workforce and produce 90% of all food (OECD).

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Pangaea and the Sahara

The globe of the logo represents the ancient supercontinent Pangaea.

  1. Pangaea: “all lands” (ancient Greek).
  2. Africa in the centre

The Sahara

  1. Concept: the Sahara as a link between Sub-Saharan Africa, the Maghreb, the Egyptian Civilization (the Egyptian civilisation had African roots, Cheikh Anta Diop) and Europe.
  2. The dust of the Sahara fertilises the Amazon (America)

Concept: Hispano-African

  1. Concept Hispano-African. Africa + Spain (Europe) + America (African Diaspora in America).
  2. A University formed by Africans and Europeans
  3. African Management of the University
  4. Strategic partnership with EENI Business School & HA University, member of the U-EENI (Global Higher Education Network)

The realisation of the logotype of EENI Business School & HA University

The logotype of for Africa of the EENI School of Business & HA University has been made by Ms Tapsoba, an excellent artisan of the Craftsmen's Village of Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso, West Africa).

Artisan Logotype EENI Business School & HA University

Mr Tapsoba, with the indications of Mr Thierry Somda and Pedro Nonell (founder of EENI Business School & HA University), has created a model using a paste; then it will be moulded in copper to obtain the final figure. Oxidation obtains the blue colour. With the model, the logo has been digitised.

Logotype model using a paste EENI Business School & HA University

(*) Article: “Africa: the cradle of the humanity” by Pedro Nonell

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