Join Diaspora Volunteering Alliance in celebrating diaspora volunteering as part of Volunteers Week. The conference will raise awareness among diaspora, donors, and other development practitioners of the role in development, impact and potential of diaspora volunteering. It will showcase good practice and lessons learnt and will inspire delegates to engage diaspora volunteers in their programmes.
AZNUK has recently been formed to represent the professional interests of Zambian nurses in the UK.
Celebrating the African Union Year of Agriculture and Food Security.
Check out my latest IDS blog: New blog by @chibwe_san @dfad_uk Diaspora – the missing link in development? http://t.co/QTl2S3Wbm3 — IDS UK (@IDS_UK) June 18, 2015CONTINUE READING →
From: DfAD and Ms Lukeki Kaindama Delivered on: 16th May 2015 (Transcript of the speech, exactly as it was delivered) Location: Zambia High Commission, Zambia House, 2 Palace Gate, London History: Published 16th May 2015 Part of: DfAD Health Good afternoon everyone, Thank you for the opportunity to briefly speak at this prestigious event. I am [...]CONTINUE READING →
As Founder and CEO of Diaspora for African Development (DfAD), an African diaspora and volunteer led non-profit organisation aiming to harness the potential of the African Diaspora to contribute to Africa’s sustainable and socioeconomic development, I am constantly re-inspired and re-motivated when I engage with my team. During the past few years, these team DfAD [...]CONTINUE READING →
On Thursday 23rd October Mr Negroes Dube, Chair of DfAD, will be speaking at the London School of Economics African and Caribbean Society Black Ascent Debate. Mr Dube will be part of a diverse panel ranging from musicians, politicians, anthropologists and activists. A variety of topics will be discussed from “Black Culture” to “The Role [...]CONTINUE READING →