Flooding in Afghanistan is a big barrier to the country’s development. A water management expert took part in the CD4D programme and helped improve the lives and livelihoods of people living in Afghanistan. To read more click on view story.
A female diaspora expert who is about to start an assignment with the Somali Ministry of Justice in Hargeisa was given a simulation of how her first meeting with the Ministry of Justice might go. The aim of the exercise was to help her manage her expectations in relation to the tasks she will perform […]
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.
Niloufar Rahim, a board member of the KEIHAN foundation and a CD4D participant, set-up a clinical skills lab on her last CD4D assignment at Kabul Medical University in Afghanistan. Students and young medical professionals were also taught a vast array of medical skills and trained to teach others.
As the Office of Diaspora Affairs (ODA) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) continue to roll out activities of the connecting Diaspora for Development (CD4D) Programme (CD4D), Abubakarr Bangura who is one of the CD4D participants has on the 26th July 2017 presented a concept paper in order to set up different centers for […]