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1. What Diaspora means?
2. What is DiasporaEngager?
3. Where is DiasporaEngager located?
4. How do I contact DiasporaEngager?
5. Is DiasporaEngager platform for diaspora only?
6. How DiasporaEngager works?
7. Are there other diaspora platforms currently available?
8. How much it cost to use DiasporaEngager?
9. Is DiasporaEngager safe to use?
10. How does DiasporaEngager protect my information?
11. Does DiasporaEngager have a blog?
12. How to register to DiasporaEngager platform?
13. How can I change my password?
14. I can’t sign up or complete my registration. What do I do?
15. If I don't like it, is it easy to cancel or delete my registration?
16. How to Register to DiasporaEngager newsletter?
17. What do I do if I want to unsubscribe to our newsletter?
18. How to partner with DiasporaEngager?
19. Do you have a Diaspora map?
20. How to connect with DiasporaEngager?
21. How do I post my needs/offers?
22. What do I expect after posting my needs/offers?
23. How can I post an advertisement on DiasporaEngager? What is the process? Who do I send the details to?
What do you require?
24. What browsers do you support?
25. Pouvez-vous résumer ce que vous faites ?
26. Is the platform available in any other languages?

 

1. What Diaspora means?

In the context of DiasporaEngager, the word Diaspora refers to anyone who, for any reasons, is living in a country or town that is not his or her place of origin or ancestry or the place s/he calls home. Some people may call them an immigrant, a stranger, or an alien. Some may argue that, most individuals can be remotely linked to a country of origin different than their current country of residence, and therefore, most of us are an alien, immigrant, or a Diaspora of somewhere. In the US for instance, except the native Indians, everyone else can be considered an alien or immigrant. Even in that case, the Indians themselves have had to migrate from somewhere before reaching the US. To learn more about our definition of diaspora, please go to https://diasporasnews.com/definition_of_diaspora/

 

2. What is DiasporaEngager?

DiasporaEngager is the world's #1 global diaspora engagement platform that connects the international diasporas to each other and to opportunities with governments, nonprofits, businesses, laboratories, international institutions, schools, and research institutions. DiasporaEngager is also a think tank that performs research and advocacy on topics related to the involvement of the diaspora in development. We provide thoughtful analysis and research work related to international issues and deliver strategic solutions to effectively address the problems of the global diaspora and tap into their potential. We are committed to educating and involving people on issues concerning diaspora so that strategic efforts and coalitions can be built to better understand, find, and tap into the potential of the diaspora to synergistically develop nations and sustainably improve lives worldwide. Additionally, we are a think tank that performs research and advocacy on topics related to immigration, diaspora, and development. Our consultants provide thoughtful analysis and research work related to international issues and deliver strategic solutions concerning diaspora engagement and much more. This platform is already being used in several countries.

We cover more than 70 areas of interest (https://www.diasporaengager.com/extPage/interestareas). To learn more about us, please click here (https://www.diasporaengager.com/extPage/aboutUs).

 

3. Where is DiasporaEngager located?

DiasporaEngager is a USA based company, but we serve the whole world.

 

4.How do I contact DiasporaEngager?

To contact DiasporaEngager, please email conract@DiasporaEngager.com or go to https://diasporaengager.com/contact/ to fill out a form.

 

5. Is DiasporaEngager platform for diaspora only?

No. Although the original platform was based on the global Diaspora needs, our services are tailored to be used by anyone to engage with people, organizations, and entities such as: 

  • Association or Network
  • Business
  • Consultant or Consulting Firm
  • Governmental Agency
  • Immigrant, Diaspora Member, Traveler
  • Institute of Research
  • Laboratory
  • Nonprofit Organization
  • Philanthropist or Donor
  • Recruiting Agency
  • Retired People
  • Salesperson
  • School or Educational Institution
  • Student
  • Unemployed
  • Volunteer
  • Other

 

6. How DiasporaEngager works?

To use DiasporaEngager’s platform, you first need to register a free account. Then, you land to your homepage where you can post your needs/offers targeting individuals, diasporas, organizations, governments in any country. You can also search needs and offers posted by others. From your homepage, you can also search, find and contact individuals and organizations to ask/receive help or to help others. You can post create groups, see matches, and access other resources pages that with help you find and engage with the global diaspora. You can also partner with us, and much more. Please click here to sign up (https://diasporaengager.com/miniRegister) today to start using the platform.

 

7. Are there other diaspora platforms currently available?

Although many diaspora associations exist and try to engage with their people from a specific country, no other platform helps find and engage with the international diaspora like DiasporaEngager. We are the world’s #1 diaspora engagement platform where people can have an account and interact with others like is a social media fashion.

 

8. How much it cost to use DiasporaEngager?

It costs you nothing to use DiasporaEngager. However, in the future, we may provide certain advance features that may require a premium membership before using them. But right now, everything on the site is free.

 

9. Is DiasporaEngager safe to use?

Yes, DiasporaEngager is safe to use. We take security and privacy very seriously, Data transferred on DiasporaEngager are encrypted and the whole site is protected using advanced security systems.

 

10. How does DiasporaEngager protect my information?

Your privacy is important to DiasporaEngager, so we have developed this Privacy Policy to assist you in understanding how DiasporaEngager collects, uses, discloses, transfers, stores, and safeguards the information you provide us using DiasporaEngager's websites, services, and products. Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with our privacy practices at https://diasporaengager.com/extPage/privacy and let us know if you have any questions. We also have a “Terms of Use Agreement“ to assist Users to understand how DiasporaEngager would like you to use our Websites, Service, and products. You can go to https://diasporaengager.com/extPage/userAgreement to learn more about those policies.

 

11. Does DiasporaEngager have a blog?

Yes, our blog is located at https://diasporasnews.com/ or https://diasporaengager.com/blog

We are also seeking people to publish things on our blog. If you are interested, please contact us at https://diasporaengager.com/contact/  

 

 

12. How to register to DiasporaEngager platform?

Anyone can register a free account on DiasporaEngager at https://diasporaengager.com/miniRegister

 

13. How can I change my password?

To change your password, please go to https://www.diasporaengager.com/forgot to enter your email. The system will then send a new password to your email. Use that password to login https://www.diasporaengager.com/login and then go to your account to change your password.

 

14. I can’t sign up or complete my registration. What do I do?

If you began your registration, and already received a verification email, and you already clicked on the link we sent you, please log in at https://www.diasporaengager.com/login to finish you registration. As you log in, the system will take you to where you stopped. If you did not receive the verification email yet, please go here https://diasporaengager.com/miniRegister to restart your registration. If you have any questions, please contact us at contact@DiasporaEngager.com

 

15. If I don't like it, is it easy to cancel or delete my registration?

Yes, we strive to make it easy for people to unsubscribe if they don’t like the platform. Please send us an email (at contact@Diasporaengager.com) telling us that you want to be removed from the site. We will promptly remove you and no one can find you again.

 

16. How to Register to DiasporaEngager newsletter?

You can sign up to the Global Diaspora Engagement Newsletter at https://diasporaengager.com/Newsletter . It is free.

 

17. What do I do if I want to unsubscribe to our newsletter?

Please just send us a message or just look for the “unsubscribe” button in the newsletter and then click on it to unsubscribe. In all the newsletters we send out, we always give our customers the option to opt out of our newsletter.

 

18. How to partner with DiasporaEngager?

If you believe that this platform will also help achieve some of the goals of your company or organization, please contact us. We would like to explore partnership/collaborative opportunities with you, in order to use this unique platform to address some of the local and international problems or challenges associated with the global diaspora engagement and the development of their nations. To learn more about our partnership initiative, please visit https://diasporaengager.com/extPage/Partners

 

19. Do you have a Diaspora map?

Yes, DiasporaEngager is the premier platform in the world where you can go and search for not only for diaspora associations, but also for many other entities across the globe. We showcase some of those diaspora and entities on a map. To view this map go to www.DiasporaEngager.com/map If you are aware of any diaspora association or other related entities which is not on the map, please help us reach out to them either by spreading the word or informing us of them.

 

20. How to connect with DiasporaEngager?

The first step to connect with DiasporaEngager and its users is to create a free account at https://diasporaengager.com/miniRegister. Additionally, you can connect with us on the other social medias such as Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/DiasporaEngager), Twitter (https://twitter.com/DiasporaEngager), Google+ (https://plus.google.com/+Diasporaengager), our blog (https://diasporasnews.com/), and much more (https://diasporaengager.com/extPage/connectWithUs) .On most social medias our user name is DiasporaEngager.

 

21. How do I post my needs/offers?

Only people who have registered an account with DiasporaEngager can post their needs/offers. To post your needs/offers, please log into your account https://www.diasporaengager.com/login. Once you log in, please go to the “post need” navigation menu to post your need/offer.

 

22. What do I expect after posting my needs/offers?

After you post your needs/offers, we will present them to people and organizations which can help you. Your needs/offers can also be found by other Users on the site. We have other resources we will recommend you to help you solve your problems.

You just post your needs/offers and we take it from there.

 

23. How can I post an advertisement on DiasporaEngager? What is the process? Who do I send the details to? What do you require?

To post your advertisements on DiasporaEngager, we will need

1 – The URL of the landing page of your ad. In other words, the url on the page people will land when they click on your ad on DiasporaEngager;+

2 - A few words to show on the ad on DiasporaEngager;

3 - A picture sized according to the height, width of your ad. It can be 160*600 pixel, 300*600, etc. Please take a look at some pages on the footer of  www.DiasporaEngager.com/ to see how the ads are showing. As far as fees is concerned, we deal with our customers on an individual basis. We will do our best to accommodate your budget. Email us contact@DiasporaEngager.com for more details.
 

24. What browsers do you support?

For better result, we advise that you use Internet Explorer 10 or higher, FireFox, Google Chrome, Opera.

 

25. Pouvez-vous résumer ce que vous faites ?

DiasporaEngager est la première plateforme mondiale de connexion et d’engagement de la diaspora internationale. Pour avoir le résumé de la version française du site, cliquer ici https://diasporasnews.com/premiere-plateforme-mondiale-de-connexion-et-dengagement-de-la-diaspora-internationale/

 

26. Is the platform available in any other languages?

Yes, so far most of the site is in English. We recently translated some pages in French and Spanish. As we keep working on the translation, we will have the site available in many other languages soon. To view or use the site in any other language please go to the navigation menu and select the language that corresponds to your needs. We are also looking for partners to translate the site into other languages. If you want to help us translate even a few pages into other languages of your choice, please contact us at contact@DiasporaEngager.com. If you find any errors or mistakes with our translation please do not hesitate to contact us.

 

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