ADEPT needs your contribution in its study on the engagement of African diaspora organisations

Written by Kholoud EL MORABET

28 June 2021

ADEPT has recently launched a study on the engagement of African diaspora organisations in the development of the African continent at the local level. In addition to highlighting the projects carried out by your organisations through case studies, this study aims to optimise the effectiveness of diaspora organisations by identifying the factors that favor optimal engagement and those that limit it. It also aims to explore ways to better collaborate with local authorities as well as with other development actors working at the local level such as international organisations, bilateral agencies and African civil society organisations.

The findings and recommendations of this study will be presented in a webinar or face-to-face conference in autumn 2021.

Your contribution is essential and we would be grateful if you could take a few minutes of your time to complete this survey by 16 July at the latest.

Participate here

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