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Momodou Posted - 27 Nov 2017 : 09:52:55
Please click (below) the link to the survey to complete the questionnaire.


https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Gambian-Diaspora


The survey is also available on the MSDG website (www.gambiandiaspora.net) and will be uploaded onto the MSGD Facebook page shortly. The new government in the Gambia is presently trying to find ways to better harness the potential of Gambian Diaspora and engage them in meaningful national development. The move is part of President Barrow’s policy initiatives undertaken in order to develop a National Diaspora Engagement Strategy to extend protection to Gambians in the Diaspora, as well as integrate them into the country’s national development agenda. This global online survey is part of the Migration and Sustainable Development in The Gambia (MSDG) project which is a technical cooperation programme, designed and implemented by GK Partners (GKP), in partnership with the Government of The Gambia, and funded by the Swiss Government.

The lead consultant and Project Director is Gambian-born London School of Economics (LSE) Professor, Gibril Faal, who also co-founded the London-based GK Partners.

Gambians in the diaspora are being engaged, on behalf of the government, to solicit their inputs as part of the process of developing a National Diaspora Policy. The global online survey would be available for at least three weeks from 25th November 2017 and therefore, all Gambians living abroad are encouraged to complete the questionnaire and share the link with their contacts and networks.


Kind regards,

Ebrima

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