Ta Meri - Integrated City
Why “Ta Meri City-State”?
The full implementation of the DDPA and IDPAD is to facilitate a return and resettlement of DEAUS.
A city-state is a city that has its own sovereignty, meaning that it is its own country. There were many important city-states in ancient Egypt and Greece. Nowadays, cities may have differing degrees of self-governance. In order to be considered a city-state, a city must govern itself independently, by regulating its own taxes, or having independent representation at the United Nations.
Ta Meri Africa - Home away from home. The City refers to a location where DEAUS repatriates feel at home similar to their own abode in the United States. We speak their language and understand African-American culture.
Economic & Business Development
Ta Meri ’s Economic Development team will focus in areas of economic development, business development, cultural development, and administration. In this way, inquiries regarding business opportunities, business recruitment, business financing and land development are all issues handled.
The Economic Development Division’s goal is to create and environment within the City of Ta Meri that is conductive to both business and residential activity, in turn, attracting and leveraging additional private investment. Under the CEO’s Leadership, the team will work to highlight and build on Ta Meri’s many strengths as a means of promoting its future.
The priorities of KNC Economic Development Staff will include:
Building the vitality of the downtown core through the creation of new residential, business, retail, cultural and entertainment opportunities.
Strengthening neighborhood center with the new residential and retail alternatives.Improving connections between and among the City’s many economic generators.
Marketing Ta Meri’s assets to the region and beyond.
Kha-Nu’s International Business, Human Resources, Research and Development HUB.
The HUB’s will offer repatriates valuable office space, networking opportunities and business advice to support DEAUS startups and other companies in developing Ta Meri economy and their businesses in Africa. Listed below are some of KNC HUB's investment initiatives:
• Real estate development
• Medical and Treatment Training facilities
• Culture and Rehabilitation Center
• All African Woman Holistic Health, Research and Training facilities
• Manufacturing and manufacturing research facilities.
• Credit Union/Bank and much more
Won’t you join us to develop your “city of return” in Africa? We’re counting on you to take stock in this vision.