Discover How DiasporaEngager - the World’s #1 and Largest Diaspora Engagement Platform - can Help You

The global diaspora community platform, www.DiasporaEngager.com, connects the international Diasporas, organizations, institutions to each other and to opportunities with governments, nonprofits, businesses, laboratories, schools and research institutes worldwide; and then allows those parties to be more productive and successful by better working and networking with those in their home country and in their country of residence.
 
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ST. LOUIS - Feb. 28, 2014 - PRLog -- DiasporaEngager, www.DiasporaEngager.com, the world’s premier and largest Diaspora network, is pleased to announce the launch of the global Diaspora community platform, 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, but here, Diaspora applies to any human being.

Why DiasporaEngager was created?

Millions of people are leaving their home country to go to others 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 right connections, several aliens and travelers do not produce the best of themselves or successfully integrate to 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.

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 from reaching most of their potential market, clients, and customers.

How can DiasporaEngager help individuals, organizations, and nations?

On DiasporaEngager, 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 nonprofessional associations/networks employ the service to voice and satisfy their local and international requests.

On DiasporaEngager, anyone can 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 the 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 tools and resources required to have a great retirement anywhere without messing up their savings.

How to register or connect with DiasporaEngager?

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, and much more.

Click here (www.DiasporaEngager.com/miniRegister) to register to DiasporaEngager to start  addressing your problems and/or help others today.

To Connect with DiasporaEngager, please click here
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About the Founder of DiasporaEngager


DiasporaEngager was founded by Roland Holou, a dual citizen of the US and Benin Republic (West Africa). Prior to founding this company, Roland worked as a Research Scientist at Monsanto. He 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. He obtained his Ph.D. in Plant, Insect and Microbial Sciences at the University of Missouri in Columbia (USA), a BS in Agronomy and a MS in Agricultural Engineering from the University of Abomey Calavi. He authored several books and is available for interviews or conferences related to his area of expertise.

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