How does Diaspora Engagement can Help You for Free

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As the world’s first global and comprehensive Diaspora platform, DiasporaEngager links the international Diaspora groups to people and organizations in their home country as well as in their country of residence to detect, harvest, and transfer resources, services, and opportunities between people, organizations, and nations in a win-win framework.

For instance, on that developmental platform, governmental agencies can find tips and opportunities to successfully locate and engage with their Diasporas they have been looking for. Immigrants and travelers can find free assistance to address their moving, traveling, and migration needs. Nonprofits as well as professional and non-professional associations/networks employ the service to voice and satisfy their local and international requests. On that site, registered users get free tools to engage with local and global philanthropic donations, including directly giving and/or receiving goods/services to or from anyone worldwide. Businesses can find local and international opportunities to grow and improve their profit. Consultants can also obtain free resources to satisfy their consulting needs. Salespersons can find sales opportunities and attract more clients/customers. Buyers can locate and purchase good deals.

DiasporaEngager helps research institutes needing anything related to science, collaboration, grants, funding, publishing, and scientific communities. Laboratories also uncover opportunities to get funded, hire great scientists, and find great partners, investors, and technology to advance their investigations. DiasporaEngager assists students, faculty, teachers, schools, educational institutions, nations, and organizations to get to the bottom of their educational problems. For instance, students can discover and apply what they need to know about grants, fellowships, internships, scholarships, student exchange, study abroad, job search, mentoring, networking, teaching, and volunteering.

Recruiters and recruiting agencies also find DiasporaEngager suitable for finding outstanding career development/placement opportunities worldwide. Unemployed people receive free tips to get a job, start a new business, or solve their unemployment problems. Volunteers interested in local and international volunteering opportunities will also find the platform very helpful. Retired people can use this international networking site to discover the tools and resources required to have a great retirement anywhere without messing up their savings.

Other areas of interest covered by DiasporaEngager include advocacy for development, benchmarking, capacity building, civil and human rights, cultural issues, dating, democracy, diplomacy, engineering, entrepreneurship, governance, healthcare/medical, hobbies and games, housing services, innovation, international affairs, investment, labor issues, legal services, lobbying, marketing, policy development, refugee services, security, spirituality, technology, town twinning, and more.

All it takes to start benefiting from DiasporaEngager is to register an account, have a profile about your competency, needs, and services you would like to provide or receive from others. Then, log into your account to post needs and offers so that others can view and respond to them.

To register to DiasporaEngager in order to start using the platform to address your problems or help others, please click here: https://diasporaengager.com/miniRegister.php.

To Connect with DiasporaEngager, click here.

In our next blog, we will give you more details about how we can help you.

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Global Diaspora Engagement Platform Help People & Nations

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What is DiasporaEngager?

DiasporaEngager is the world’s premier and largest Diaspora network that addresses problems related to brain drain, education, business, philanthropy, traveling, immigration, volunteering, and much more. Usually, Diaspora refers to people who are living in a country or town that is not their place of origin/ancestry or the place they call home. Most people can be remotely linked to a country of ancestry, and because our services relate to everybody, “Diaspora” as used here applies to any human being.

Why the Global Diaspora Engagement Platform was created?

Millions of people are leaving their home country to go to other countries each year. Even within a country, many people are moving all the time, seeking better opportunities, or trying to adjust to life’s challenges and solicitations. The situation has been worsening in developing countries in a way that the brain drain is seen as one of the greatest threats against their development. Nevertheless, some developed countries are promoting policies and immigration laws that encourage foreign educated pundits or talented graduate students to leave their home country and come to those developed countries where they are “maintained” after graduation. So far, the efforts to stop or properly manage brain drain have been unsuccessful.

Unfortunately, many people are usually disappointed by what they see after moving, and others are disconnected from people and opportunities in their home country as well as in their host country. In other situations, people travel to new places without having a contact that can assist or mentor them if a need arises. Because of a lack of information or the right connections, several aliens and travelers do not produce the best of themselves or successfully integrate into their new environment. Those who succeed often don’t collaborate/network with the newly arriving immigrants or with those who are not reaching their dreams.

Besides the money they send back to their relatives, the global Diasporas do not contribute to the development of their country of origin as wished. Those who want to engage in humanitarian, fundraising, or philanthropy activities to give back don’t know how, where, and whom to contact to reach the real needy or to solve the real problems. At the same time, the Diasporas are usually unknown by many businesses, nonprofits and other organizations that can help them in their country of residence. This global problem impoverishes nations and deprives many organizations of reaching most of their potential market, clients, and customers.

With the increasing rise of crises, wars, and catastrophic events around the globe, human migration will keep growing and its corresponding problems will get worse if appropriate actions are not taken now. To sustainably solve this problem, a global system must be built where the Diaspora, the people, and organizations in their country of origin and in their host country can work together to help each other mutually. That’s what DiasporaEngager was created for!

To register to DiasporaEngager in order to start using the platform to address your problems or help others, please click here: https://diasporaengager.com/miniRegister.php.

About the Founder of DiasporaEngager

DiasporaEngager was founded by Roland Holou, a dual citizen of the US and Benin (West Africa). Prior to founding this company, Roland worked as a Plant Biotechnology Research Scientist in the USA. He also served as the International Chair of the “Sweet Sorghum Ethanol Association”. He also chaired the “International Service in Agronomy Award Committee” at the American Society of Agronomy. Roland Holou obtained his Ph.D. in Plant, Insect and Microbial Sciences at the University of Missouri in Columbia (USA), where he graduated as the Doctoral Marshal. He also holds a Bachelor Degree in Agronomy and a Master of Science Degree in Agricultural Engineering. He authored several books related to Sociology, Leadership, Education, Development, Politics, and Economics. Roland is available for interviews, consultations, and conferences related to his area of expertise including the international diaspora engagement and brain drain management.

Thank you very much for taking your time to read us.

In our next blog, we will share with you how DiasporaEngager can help individuals, organizations, and nations.

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What is our Definition of Diaspora

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Welcome to Diaspora Engagement Blog !

We are very excited you chose to visit our blog.

On this blog, powered by Diaspora Engagement ® (aka DiasporaEngager), you will learn about and interact with the international Diasporas.

Before we start blogging about more serious topics, let’s make sure that we all have the same understanding of the term “Diaspora”.

Our Definition of Diaspora

In our context, the word Diaspora is referring to anyone who, for any reason, is living in a country or town that is not his or her place of origin or ancestry or the place s/he calls home. Some people may call them an immigrant, a stranger, or an alien. Some may argue that most individuals can be remotely linked to a country of origin different than their current country of residence, and therefore, most of us are alien, immigrant, or a Diaspora of somewhere. In the US for instance, except the native Indians, everyone else can be considered an alien or immigrant. Even in that case, the Indians themselves have had to migrate from somewhere before reaching the US. The longer the duration of the stay of someone in a foreign land, the higher the likelihood that his or her descendants think that they (the descendants) are native of that place that their ancestry moved to long ago. That’s why, because they are not first, second, or third-generation immigrant, many people easily forget that they are a stranger of what they call “our land”, and unfortunately treat the new immigrants like the “bad people” or like “those who are taking our lands or our country”, or like “those who don’t even speak our language well”, or like “those who don’t behave like us”. In reality, those new immigrants (new arrivals) are usually just trying to go through the obligatory survival and integration steps that the ancestors of those who are calling them “strangers” and who think they are native did long ago. Therefore, without entering into any political and demographic debates, the word “Diaspora” as used in our context can be applied to any human being.

In our future posts, we will give you more details about who we are and what we do, and how we may help you.  The Diaspora Engagement platform, DiasporaEngager.com, allows you to learn about the international diaspora and ways you can engage with them locally or worldwide.

To register to DiasporaEngager in order to start using the platform to address your problems or help others, please click here: https://diasporaengager.com/miniRegister.php.

For any question related to this blog or to the Diaspora Engagement services, please contact us at [email protected]

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