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Africa Diaspora Network Register (ADNReg) is interested in connecting dedicated world professionals in transferring skills and knowledge across all sectors in Africa. Indeed, the ADNReg is providing a one-stop centre for both public and private sectors in shopping for a range of capacity building skills. Our network intends to bridge the gap from brain drain to brain gain and allow skilled professionals to work together for a better Africa.

We all acknowledge that charitable donations have worked to an extent and have not burst the development of sustainability and will never. We believe by working together, we can remove ourselves from the NOW mindset and focus on working for a better tomorrow.

ADNReg intends to provide a better power, unity and purpose for the continent of Africa. Together, we can be and make the change we want to see rather than seeing and saying the negative portrayal of Africa to ourselves and in the media. Together we can bring out the light of Africa.
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Objectives

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Platform to address common problems and suggest workable solutions
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Positive transfer of knowledge and skills in all sectors from the Diaspora world
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Building the bridge from brain drain to brain gain
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Opportunity to work within the Public and Private sectors in identifying skilled professionals under the same umbrella
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In recent years, the transnational connectivity within the film industry reinforces the evidence of expansion and innovative skills capitalisation which can be exploded within the different sectors.
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Our Mission

We are interested in connecting dedicated world professionals in transferring skills and knowledge across all sectors in Africa.
The network intends to bridge the gap between brain drain and brain gain and explore issues in connecting intellectual skilled professionals in order to exploit the opportunity of working together for a better world.
Indeed, the ADR network is providing a One stop centre for both public and private sector in shopping for a range of capacity building skills.
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