Guyanese Diaspora Organization Partners with International Organization for Migration (IOM)

Guyanese Diaspora Organization Enters Historic Partnership with International Organization for Migration (IOM). 

  • United Guyanese Diaspora Global Network
  • 235 Apollo Beach Blvd #129
  • Apollo Beach Florida 33572-22571

Apollo Beach, FL-The United Guyanese Diaspora Global Network Corp (UGDGN) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) signed a historic Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to mobilize the Guyanese diaspora for the development of Guyana. The UGDGN Corp and IOM will act in close collaboration and hold consultations on all matters to jointly implement projects that are of common interest.    

The UGDGN and the IOM will cooperate in additional fields within their respective mandates subject to the availability of resources. The Parties agree on mutual cooperation in areas that include diaspora engagement activities such as, promotion of economic growth and support for human development. The partnership provides for consultation between the UGDGN and IOM on assistance plans to migrants where relevant.

The agreement stipulates that whenever they consider it desirable, UGDGN and IOM may set up commissions, committees, or other technical advisory bodies, on terms and conditions to be mutually agreed upon in each case to advise them on matters of common interest. Additionally, the UGDGN an IOM may enter into supplementary arrangements for the purpose of cooperation and coordination as may be deemed desirable.

This historic partnership is the first of its kind between a Guyanese Diaspora organization and IOM. Joint projects between the two organizations will map the skills of the diaspora, identify goals and capacities, and harness the human and financial capital of the diaspora community globally to foster nation-building in Guyana, and more particularly for the oil and gas sector. Teaming up with the IOM will assist UGDGN to achieve its primary goal of being the umbrella organization for Guyanese Hometown Associations.

The United Guyanese Diaspora Global Network Corp was founded by Mr. Wayne Forde in Tampa Florida in July 2018 to fulfill a life -long passion to improve the quality of living and standard of life for Guyanese. The United Guyanese Diaspora Global Network Corp is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization established for charitable purposes committed to promoting and encouraging active diaspora engagement for social and economic development in Guyana by utilizing the collective strengths and potential of a united Guyanese diaspora. We seek to foster transformational change, innovation, and to create a prosperous and harmonious Guyana for all Guyanese.

This MOU signing comes on the heels of a firm commitment from Guyana’s Ambassador to the U.S., Ambassador Riyad Insanally, to support the mission of UGDGN. Several other local and international organizations have expressed an interest in partnering with UGDGN.

For more information contact:

Wayne Forde, Founder &CEO

  • Email:wforde@ugdgn.org
  • Website: ugdgn.org

Shoba Gaymes

  • Executive Secretary
  • Tel: (601)-594-8060
  • Email: shobagaymes@hotmail.com,

Lear Matthews

  • Email: lear.matthews@gmail.com
  • Terrence Blackman, PhD
  • Email:tblackman@mec.cuny.edu
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Comments

  • walter  On February 3, 2019 at 1:52 pm

    Since the oil was discovered in Guyana there are key statements keep popping up, Small population, Large areas for development, a need for Experts in Oil Industry…. Then in comes the hammer… Introduction of migrants, coming from the most dishonest bunch of crooked bastards in the world today. If Guyana feels the need to invite immigrants stay clear of the UN, now reduced to employees of the globalist and traffickers.

  • walter  On February 3, 2019 at 5:36 pm

    Forgot to ask could you list the organisations/people funding this, just curious?

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