About the Diaspora Office
The Diaspora Affairs, Office of the President (DAOOP), was established in February 2017.
The objective behind establishing the office at the Presidency, emphasises the importance the government places on the contributions Ghanaians in the Diaspora make to the economy.
Ghanaians in the Diaspora, serve in building bridges between their country of residence and Ghana by providing market access, sources of expertise, knowledge.
Meet the Team
He was appointed in February 2017 as the Director of the Diaspora Affairs, Office of the President and is committed to ensuring that Ghana fully engages the diaspora and leverages the pool of talents and investment potential for national development.Read More
She was appointed as the Deputy Director for the Diaspora Affairs, Office of the President in February 2017 and is committed to ensuring that the diaspora becomes an important and integral part of Ghana's economic development.Read More
He was appointed Youth Ambassador for Diaspora Affairs in February 2018 and is responsible for championing diaspora youth engagement initiatives of the Office of the President.Read More
Providing information and facilitating connections for Ghana’s diaspora in terms of market access, sources of expertise, knowledge, investment and technology.
Strengthen relationship between Ghana and its Diaspora community by facilitating connections and collaborations, recognizing and celebrating the success and achievements ...Read More
Promote youth engagement through collaborations with Ghanaian youth societies and communities in the diaspora to enable young Ghanaians, including second ...Read More
Director of Diaspora Affairs Welcomes Director of Graduate Studies, African Studies, Howard University
On the 28th of July 2022, Director of Diaspora Affairs Mr. Akwasi Awua-Ababio welcomed Professor Msia Clark, Director of Graduate ...Read More
On Thursday 18th March 2022, the Diaspora Affairs Office, Office of the President hosted Madam Rebecca L. Price, at the ...Read More
On the 16th of October, 2021, the Kweku Andoh Sustainability Institute (KASI) was opened to an audience from the country ...Read More
See below for Top Report’s “Beyond the Return Communication Plan” in cooperation with Diaspora Affairs, Office of the President.Read More
H.E. President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo Welcomes The Current Remaining Survivors of 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre to the Presidency
On 19th August 2021, H.E. President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo welcomed Viola Fletcher, Hughes Van Ellis and an accompanying delegation to ...Read More