Ghana's diaspora 'needs to give back'

28 November 2015
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Ghana's diaspora 'needs to give back'
Ghana's diaspora 'needs to give back'

It is estimated that more than 300m people now live away from the country of their birth and that they send back more than £500bn ($750bn) to their families.


For some developing countries the money sent home is a vital part of the economy, but many migrants want to do more than just ship back cash.

A growing number of those who have enjoyed success in their adopted homelands want to use the skills and experience to "give something back" to their country of origin.

Clement Adu is a Ghanaian IT specialist living in the Netherlands. He decided he wanted to help a hospital in his home country develop a computer system.



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