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.
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.
His Excellency Mr Ron Strikker, the new Dutch ambassador to Ghana, paid a courtesy visit to IOM The Hague on 9 February to receive information on the Connecting Diaspora for Development project (CD4D).