ADEPT research : “Optimising African Diaspora organisations engagement in local development”

Written by Kholoud EL MORABET

27 September 2022

In the context of amplifying the influence and impact on both Europe and Africa, ADEPT commissioned a study to explore African diaspora organisations’ engagement in local development and to inform policies, programmes, and practices.

The study was carried out between July and November 2021. It explored existing knowledge on this theme through literature review and institutional interviews. It also researched the operational experience of ADDOs through an online survey and six case studies. As the first phase of the study highlighted that ADDOs could work with local authorities as project coordinators through direct interventions, or as partners of decentralized cooperations.


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