ZDNNA is developing mechanisms that leverage the productive use of human and financial resources that the Diaspora have in abundance and Zimbabwe needs desperately. Five priority areas were identified to stimulate the Diaspora to actively engage government and state institutions, individuals and communities, private sector, non-state actors and multilateral and bilateral institutions to actively support the five priority areas. The priority areas are to create a skills database, think tanks, and investment vehicles; promote participation in philanthropic ventures, and support capacity building using ICTs.
ZDNNA priorities are to build a skills database of Zimbabweans in the North American Diaspora; establish technical collaboration with the home front to exchange ideas and knowledge, research priority topics of relevance to Zimbabwe and collaborate in economic investment and recovery programs. ZDNNA will work with individuals and communities, the private sector, knowledge institutions, multilateral and bilateral organizations to achieve those priorities.
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