Project Diaspora (PD), a Texas registered not-for-profit, is thrilled to announce today the launch of BizSpring Africa Enterprise Development Programs. The program includes an on-line networking platform, innovation and entrepreneurship conferences and a resource database that will tap global skills within the collective intelligence of Africa’s Diaspora, and beyond, to empower Africa’s small to medium […]

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In the last 7 days, I have been on three continents and my feet have touched down in four countries. Dopplr says I’ve added in excess of 1,659 kg CO2 to my carbon footprint. My body feels like a stubborn piñata, beaten to a pulp, but hardly broken. My mind has absorbed, contemplated, calculated, commiserated […]

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On July 25, 2009, about 80 young Africans and people interested in Africa congregated in Washington, DC for BarCamp Diaspora ’09 to exchange ideas on entrepreneurship, innovation and development under the theme “Investing our talent where it counts. Through a breakout session at the event about healthcare in Ghana, a healthcare-focused NGO called REACH-Ghana was […]

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