Mr. Clement Adu Twum is a returning Ghanaian diaspora expert in IOM Netherlands’ diaspora engagement projects. He took part multiple times in CD4D’s predecessing project: ‘Temporary Return of Qualified Nationals’ (TRQN) and again in CD4D until Ghana was phased out of the project in September, 2017.
Next week IOM’s exhibition will open Stichting Atrium City Hall in The Hague and stay there until 14 December 2017 – afterwards it will travel to other locations in The Netherlands. The exhibition will showcase among others, IOM’s work with migration and development.
Last Thursday, November 16th, another VSO training session by Wim Nijssen took place at IOM Netherland. Preparing CD4D participants before their departure the next day to Sierra Leone.
In 2012, one of our CD4D participants, Mr. Naim Tabesh, won a writing competition on refugees. His story is compelling and raises important questions on issues related to migration.
The Crowdfunding Workshop given by Georgina Kwakye, the founder of Pimp My Village , inspired ten CD4D participants to give their work visibility.