With all the natural resources that Africa has, it is important that these resources are used to the benefit of all and future generations to come. DFAD believes that sustainable Enterprise Development in sectors such as agriculture and education is key to African development. We have thus designed initiatives that seek to boost trade and […]
African Diaspora has an important contribution to make in improving both access to and quality of education in our countries of origin, and strongly supports the goal of education for all, believing it will ultimately lead to sustainable development.
DfAD works both strategically and on the ground with the African Diaspora communities in the UK, the local communities in Africa and other stakeholders to contribute to improving Food Security in Africa.
DfAD believes that the African Diaspora’s contribution as agents of Africa’s socioeconomic change should not be measured merely in financial terms, but as inputs of skilled labour and by its ability to build bridges between countries of origin and destination which help stimulate, not only economic activity, but transfers of knowledge and cultural and social norms.
DfAD works both strategically and on the ground within the African Diaspora communities in the UK and the local communities in Africa to contribute to improving their Health conditions. DfAD is currently an active member of African Diaspora Action Against Malaria (ADAAM) and Africa UK Health Volunteering and Institutional Partnerships Working Group.
DfAD is actively working to effectively contribute to the shaping of development policies and delivery processes as they relate to Africa’s development. We understand that in order to achieve this aim, we have to master the art of lobbying which is an integral part of engaging policy and decision makers.