In 2012, he was made a United Nations Global Alliance Foundation ambassador, acting as an advocate for clean cocking stoves around the world.
An activist and supporter of improved living standards, Dawuni has also worked with agencies like The Carter Center, UNIICEF, and Product (RED), in the areas of education and health.
Generations after he’s done Dawuni would be remembered for so many things; an African ambassador, who served his people well, a successful musician and an activist.
Rocky Dawuni operates the Afro Funke weekly bar in Los Angles. Together with his Photographer and Talent booker Carry Sullivan, and also with the support of resident DJ Jeremie Sole, they dedicate weekly programmes to projecting African music, arts and culture.
In its 9th year, the club features international guest appearances from musicians, dancers, disc jockeys, dancers, record producers, film producers, and fashion designers among a cross section of stakeholders.