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diaspore

(dī′ə-spôr′)
n.
1. A white, pearly hydrous aluminum oxide, AlO(OH), found in bauxite, corundum, and dolomite and used as a refractory and abrasive.
2. Botany See disseminule.
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Then they need to connect with the diaspora, to place their ideas on the market and offer their products abroad,' said Elvir CauA!evic, who participated as a lecturer at DiaWorks workshops this week.
The Ambassador also emphasized the great role of the Georgian Diaspora in the success of the two countries' relations, noting that the Republic of Turkey is a firm supporter of Georgia in both bilateral and international formats.
The diaspora have shied away from private efforts to pool resources going to identical causes.
The question, therefore, is: why is the Diaspora given a raw deal in Kenya's governance systems and processes?Unlike Kenya, many African countries are tapping their Diaspora for nation-building.
The African Tourism Diaspora Conference goals is to educate, promote and network; Serving as an educational tool for international leaders regarding cultural heritage tourism; Promoting visitation and tourism to participating countries, cities and destinations to help to stimulate their economies; Networking among leaders of thought and also bridging the gap
The event also provided information about the II Summer Camp of Diaspora Youth.
He said on January 10 the three officials will also discuss other issues regarding the trilateral cooperation of the three countries on diaspora issues, as a round table discussion to be organised, probably in Cyprus, with the participation of leaders of the three countries' diasporas and perhaps of officials dealing with delicate issues in the region.
"The initiative of the GIZ worth e1/44,6 million (15,08 MD), is part of the "Progress Migration Tunisia" Project funded by the European Union by means of e1/412 million (39.36 MD) with a view to exploit the potentialities and opportunities offered by the Diaspora to mobilise investments in Tunisia."
Diaspora bonds can be packaged to meet the preferences of the investors.
Ike Onyia said, "We want to partner with the Diaspora community through NIDO and its members.
The diaspora for the first time voted in the diplomatic and consular missions around the world for the 2011 parliamentary elections, according to the 2005 law.
The President made these comments while talking to a single-member delegation of UK-based Kashmiri Diaspora comprising Raja Najabat Hussain, Chairman Jammu and Kashmir Self-Determination Movement, Europe, who called on the President at Jammu and Kashmir House on Friday.