In all activities, we always work with local organizations to understand their needs and jointly implement sustainable projects.
I. Needs analysis
with partner organizations, institutes and companies
per sector and industry
III. Formulation of a project proposal with a measurable goal
in line with our guardrails
IV. Provide ressources
Provide training, funding, and resources (diaspora and home country) for the project
V. Project Start
Beginning implementation of the project.
As a diaspora of a particular home country, we bring different skills to projects in sustainable development cooperation.
Culture, Language & Identity
As a diaspora we speak the same language, we know the cultural situation in the specific countries so that projects can be implemented effectively. Each culture has certain norms & rules where a trusting relationship is necessary to work productively.
For local producers in the North and East of Sri Lanka, middle men are an important factor in the export process to significantly reduce the value added of their products. The diaspora’s access to networks in other countries can help to bypass the middle men.
The development cooperation sector fundamentally lacks resources and individuals who come strongly from process-driven environments. Through access to the diaspora, a diverse network and personalities can be integrated into development cooperation.
Sustainable Development Goals
We want to link all our projects to the UN SDGs to better measure the impact of our activities. In each topic you will find the focus on each SDG.
The empowerment matrix helps us to understand, to look at structural problems more holistically and to solve them