DfAD UK

DfAD UK

www.dfad.org.uk
London, UK / Diaspora for African Development (DfAD) is a non profit organisation contributing to Africa’s sustainable social and economic development.
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Natalie Duck, Head of Policy and Campaigns, Concern Worldwide (UK) For 10 years, Natalie has worked in the not-for-profit sector building a wealth of experience in campaigning, policy and parliamentary engagement, and mobilising black and ethnic minority audiences in advocacy activities.  Since joining Concern Worldwide in 2010, Natalie has worked on the organising committee of the Enough Food for Everyone IF campaign, led the delivery and evaluation of Concern UK’s Unheard Voices campaign.

Natalie Duck, Head of Policy and Campaigns, Concern Worldwide (UK) For 10 years, Natalie has worked in the not-for-profit sector building a wealth of experience in campaigning, policy and parliamentary engagement, and mobilising black and ethnic minority audiences in advocacy activities. Since joining Concern Worldwide in 2010, Natalie has worked on the organising committee of the Enough Food for Everyone IF campaign, led the delivery and evaluation of Concern UK’s Unheard Voices campaign.

In September 2013, a diaspora working group was established as part of the IF Campaign Public Engagement Group. The notion of bringing international NGOs and diaspora organisations together to discuss if and how they could work together emerged in the early stages of the group’s work. Read the full paper here: http://www.bond.org.uk/resources.php/55/diaspora-and-ngo-collaboration

In September 2013, a diaspora working group was established as part of the IF Campaign Public Engagement Group. The notion of bringing international NGOs and diaspora organisations together to discuss if and how they could work together emerged in the early stages of the group’s work. Read the full paper here: http://www.bond.org.uk/resources.php/55/diaspora-and-ngo-collaboration

Chibwe Henry is CEO and Founder of Diaspora for African Development and has over 8 years experience in the UK charity sector. Chibwe works for The Westminster Society and is Co-Chair of the Diaspora Working Group for the IF Campaign. She has also been active at a global level through her involvement at the Global Forum on Migration & Development Civil Society Days 2012, and the United Nations High-level Dialogue on International Migration & Development which was held in July this year.

Chibwe Henry is CEO and Founder of Diaspora for African Development and has over 8 years experience in the UK charity sector. Chibwe works for The Westminster Society and is Co-Chair of the Diaspora Working Group for the IF Campaign. She has also been active at a global level through her involvement at the Global Forum on Migration & Development Civil Society Days 2012, and the United Nations High-level Dialogue on International Migration & Development which was held in July this year.