elcome to the African Communities of Manitoba Inc. (ACOMI). ACOMI Andre Doumbeis a non-profit, non-sectarian organization, bringing together individuals and community organizations of African heritage in the province of Manitoba,  Canada.


We invite you to explore the site for useful information about Africans in Manitoba.


We would like to thank the University of Winnipeg especially the Global College for their support with the initial hosting of this site.

We hope you enjoy your visit.



André Doumbè
Acomi President


Celebration of Life: Andre Doumbe (1949-2017)
on Saturday 23rd. September 2017


Andre Doumbe


A Baobab has fallen!

It is with infinite sadness that "Sous le Baobab" and the African Communities of Manitoba Inc. (Acomi) announce the death on Tuesday, September 12, 2017 of Mr. André Doumbč, President of Acomi, Pillar of the Association Sous le Baobab and a great builder of the African Community in Manitoba. André was born on September 24, 1949 and he is survived by his mother, a wife, two daughters and many extended family relatives in Canada, Europe and in Cameroon.

His death occurred as a result of a long battle with cancer and he passed away peacefully at the Riverview Health Centre in Winnipeg. We wish to extend our sincere thanks to all the health professionals and personnel that made the last few years more bearable for him.

Uncle André as he was affectionately called dedicated all of his life to the people of his community including the African community at large. He was known for his qualities of unity, integrity, listening and respect. A life well lived, a man well loved!

A Celebration of Life will take place as follows:

Date: Saturday 23rd. September 2017
 Cropo Funeral Chapel, 1442 Main Street, Winnipeg

Viewing:  11:00am to 12:00 Noon
Church Service: 12:00 Noon to 2:00pm
Reception: 2:00pm - 4:00pm


Condolences and donations may be sent to René Tondji-Simen (and by Interac) at info@souslebaobab.com or transferred directly to this account at Scotiabank: 4536000478489201.

Condolence Book:

A condolence book has been opened for signatures and comments at the Acomi Resource Centre 101-421 Kennedy Street. Please Call David @ 204-221-6696

Info contact:

René: 1-514-659-2145 or info@souslebaobab.com

Acomi (Frank): 204-227-2086 or  info@acomi.ca

Jacob: 204-237-8516

May he rest in perfect Peace.

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2016 ACOMI - Annual General Meeting

The 2016 Acomi Annual General Meeting (AGM) was held on Tuesday December 27th. 2016 at the Acomi Resource Centre (101-421 Kennedy Street, Winnipeg). Following is the AGM Report presented at the meeting:

2016 Annual Report

2012-2013 Acomi Bursary Awards

Following are the recipients of the 2012-2013 Acomi Student Bursary Awards. Each student received $500.00 for the 2012-2013 academic year. Information on the Acomi Student Bursary Awards can be found at the following link: Acomi Student Bursary Program

Name Institution
Hossaena Daniel Ayele University of Manitoba
Ahmed Awil Hussein University of Manitoba
Olakunle Tijani University of Manitoba
Daniel Nechi University of Saint-Boniface
Mubo Ilelaboye University of Manitoba
Mayom Thon Jok University of Winnipeg
Oluwatosin Ajila University of Winnipeg

Volunteer Opportunities

We are in search of volunteers to manage several positions within Acomi. Click on the following link to see available volunteer opportunities: Volunteer Opportunities


If you are interested in volunteering with Acomi, please send an email to: info@acomi.