Kofi Annan Foundation

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FounderKofi Annan
Sponsored byBill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, European Commission, Facebook, Open Society Foundations
Membership• Elhadj As Sy
• Nane Annan
• Louise Arbour
• Samson Itodo
• Kyung-wha Kang
• Doris Leuthard
• Susana Malcorra
• Bernard Mensah
• Michael Møller
• Ivan Pictet
• Ghassan Salamé
• Graça Machel
• Julia Ebner
Foundation promoting deep state agendas under guise of charity

The Kofi Annan Foundation is an organization that officially "works to promote better global governance and strengthen the capacities of people and countries to achieve a fairer, more peaceful world." The Foundation does this among other ways by bringing together "leaders from the private sector, civil society and the political sphere" to "analyse and respond to key policy issues".[1]

The Foundation collaborates with many powerful entities to introduce agendas wanted by deep state interests, including forcing African agriculture over to a chemical, pesticide and GMO-based agricultural system; and promoting censorship. It even cultivates its own a cadre of pliable "young leaders".

Official narrative

It was founded and legally incorporated in Switzerland in 2007 by Kofi Annan, former secretary general of the United Nations.

The foundation presses for peaceful and equitable solutions to critical global issues through mediation, political mentoring, advocacy and advice. The unique experience and reach of Kofi Annan enable the foundation to mobilise support from across the worlds of diplomacy, business, politics and civil society. Indeed, the foundation works along 4 principles:[1]

  • Private diplomacy: Kofi Annan provides informal counsel and participates in discreet diplomatic initiatives to avert or resolve crises;
  • Public advocacy: Through public engagements, speeches, conferences, media interviews, and statements, Kofi Annan shapes public discussion of global issues and threats;
  • Convening power: The Foundation brings together leaders in diplomacy, business, politics and development to analyse and respond to key policy issues; and
  • Analysis: The Foundation develops evidence-based analysis based on research and high level consultation.


It also help groom a cadre of pliable "young leaders" by being a long time supporter of One Young World, an organization that "provides opportunities for young adults to join in a global network of socially committed people with leadership potential".[2] Each year, a select group of twelve young "changemakers" will come together online and in-person (in Geneva, Switzerland) for the Kofi Annan Changemakers: An Intergenerational Dialogue for Impact. The twelve young leaders, "who have already demonstrated commitment and impact in their respective fields", will interact with leaders from the high-level network of Kofi Annan and the Kofi Annan Foundation, searching for ways to build their capacity for positive action. These "changemakers" almost all work for NGOs that are financially fully dependent on grants from rich foundations, ensuring that the agendas they champion never strays far from what the funders want.

Gates Foundation

It is involved in several deep state agendas, including cooperation with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and its African Green Revolution to introduce a chemical, pesticide and GMO-based agricultural system in Africa.[3] ("market development for seeds, fertilizers and other inputs."[4])

It also collaborates with the West Africa Civil Society Institute (WACSI), the International Drug Policy Consortium (IDPC) and the West Africa Commission on Drugs – in partnership with George Soros' Open Society Initiative for West Africa, and USAID. to expand "effective strategies for tackling the growing threat to Africa from increased drug trafficking and consumption."[5]


The Foundation is actively involved in the global push for censorship under the pretext of fighting "disinformation" (on purpose vaguely defined). During the 2022 Colombian election, the Foundation and its "changemaker" Sebastian Pedraza participated in a seminar focusing on "some ways to identify and fight disinformation, misinformation and fake news," especially by throttling Big Tech algorithms that let people see unwanted news.[6]

It collaborates with Open Society Foundations to finance young people around the world through the Extremely Together Initiative to "elevate young people’s voices and participation at the highest levels of national, regional and international decision- and policymaking," to lobby to suppress disinformation and '" hate speech".[7]


The Board Members are from 2022.[8]

Among the staff was Julia Ebner, a a UK journalist and researcher promoting the idea that "conspiracy theorists" present a threat to democracy.


Its donors include many of the usual suspects.[9]



Bill & Melinda Gates FoundationVery influential and rich foundation established to take leadership of global health.
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
European CommissionThe executive body of the European Union, responsible for proposing legislation, implementing decisions, upholding the EU treaties and managing day-to-day business.
FacebookThe world's most popular social network, with over 1,000,000,000 users in 2014.
Open Society FoundationsA NGO operating in more countries than McDonald's. It has the tendency to support politicians (at times through astroturfing) and activists that get branded as "extreme left" as its founder is billionaire and bane of the pound George Soros. This polarizing perspective causes the abnormal influence of the OSF to go somewhat unanswered.


Known Participants

3 of the 13 of the participants already have pages here:

Louise ArbourSpecial Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General for International Migration
Julia Ebner
Doris LeuthardSingle Bilderberg President of Switzerland