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The African Diaspora Program (ADP)

African Diaspora Program (ADP)

ADP seeks to further enable and enhance the human and financial capital contributions of African Diasporas to the economic development of their home countries. The program was launched in September 2007 and focuses on strengthening policy, financial, and human capital development in Africa through a portfolio of activities and support in partnership with the African Union (AU), partner countries, partner donors, and African Diaspora Professional Networks and Hometown Associations.

Africa Population
839.6 Million
GDP per capita
$1,127
GDP growth
1.7%
Life Expectancy
52
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The African Diaspora Program

Richard Cambridge, World Bank Senior Adviser to the Africa Region on Diaspora, discusses goals and achievements of the ADP
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