A short intro
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.
Clement Adu Twum took part in CD4D’s predecessing project: the Temporary Return of Qualified Nationals (TRQN). Prior to his assistance, Tamale Teaching Hospital had a lot of excessive costs.
Within the framework of IOM’s Connecting the Diaspora 4 Development (CD4D) project, Barisdot Consultants, a Ghanaian diaspora group based in the Netherlands, has completed the training of 46 staff of Saint Dominic Hospital in healthcare management. The face-to-face training, which started in February 2016, ended 25 September, 2017.
The EU delivered a communication on the Delivery of the European Agenda on Migration. Below is a summary of the communication in relation to Migration and Development. The document not only mentioned utilizing diaspora for development but also engaging diaspora on national and EU level to reduce the stay of irregular migrants.
A Ghanaian CD4D participant, Evans Boadi, donated over 20 computers, a projector, office stationary and furniture to the Sunyani Regional Hospital, in Ghana’s Brong Ahafo Region.