Posted on: November 20, 2020 Posted by: diasporadigital Comments: 0

World Children’s Day 2020: Reimagine a Better World for Every Child

Children form a section of society that have been heavily hit by the COVID-19 global pandemic. From having high susceptibility to the disease, schools shutting down, having to adjust to a ‘new life’ in relation to measures put in place to curb the spread of the novel virus and many other factors; there is no doubt that this year 2020 has not been particularly easy for most children around the…

Posted on: November 19, 2020 Posted by: diasporadigital Comments: 0

“I am excited and passionate about making a positive change in my country” – Economist & Senior Research Analyst, Hana Bacaj

The Diaspora Flet Conference will take place virtually from 19th to 21st November 2020. The theme of this year’s conference is “GlobAL2020: Connect. Create. Collaborate.” We are therefore pleased to speak with a Moderator of the event, Hana Bacaj who shares with us her interest in Diaspora Engagement and expectations of the Conference.

Posted on: November 15, 2020 Posted by: diasporadigital Comments: 0

Connect, Create, and Collaborate for Diaspora Flet 2020

The role of the diaspora in contributing to the development of Albania, Kosovo and other countries in the Balkans region cannot be over emphasized. Through remittances, direct investments, helping to shape institutional policies and providing human capital, members of the diaspora have made their impact felt in the path their countries need to follow.

Posted on: November 13, 2020 Posted by: diasporadigital Comments: 0

World Diabetes Day 2020: The Nurse and Diabetes

On the 14th of November every year, the world pauses to observe World Diabetes Day by creating awareness and promoting advocacy in order to take action in confronting the medical condition. The first event was held in 1991 and launched by the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) and the World Health Organization (WHO).

Posted on: November 3, 2020 Posted by: diasporadigital Comments: 0

Celebrating the contribution of Africa and its Diaspora to the World of Literature

In 2017, British-Ghanaian writer Sylvia Arthur moved to Ghana after living and working in the United Kingdom for a long time. Being a curator and lover of books, her passion led her to start a private library facility in the capital Accra with about 1,300 books of her own which she had planned to use to provide reading access to the local people; with majority of the collection authored by…