Africa Haiku Network is Africa’s most prestigious haiku community. A network that stretches from West Africa to Southern Africa and North Africa. A blossoming community of African haiku poets. It was founded in 2015 by two great minds namely Emmanuel Jessie Kalusian and Adjei Agyei-Baah. The network is poised with the task of taming the relatively new form of poetry in the African climate: by telling the African story , depicting her sights and sounds through haiku. The network amongst other lofty goals , teaches interested persons and secular poets across Africa, the aesthetics of haiku usually at no cost. AHN is also a chief promoter of Afriku, an african form of haiku, and brain child of co-founder Mr. Adjei Agyei-Baah . It is also the sole publisher of The Mamba, a journal of haiku and haiku-related forms.