Diana Ry Grand Launching Webinar is Around The Corner
Dr Doh Pascal President-Coordinator Diana Ry
Education and Innovation
The DIANA ry has been launched in the diaspora in one of the world’s citadel of knowledge, education and innovation, Finland with immediate branch chapter in Berlin (Germany) and California, USA and will extend to Canada, France, Belgium and Spain. DIANA ry is finally here to facilitate the involvement of African intellectual diaspora in remote teaching and research collaboration as well as contact activities with African universities and research organisations. The activities of DIANA are spelt out in different “Professional Mobility Programmes”, Virtual and contact. DIANA-ry shall conduct on behalf of the African Diaspora communities the selection of Fellows and place at the disposal of the African Universities. DIANA ry’s operations are need based i.e based on the expressed needs of African Universities for expertise. DIANA ry’s management has a wonderful network and sufficient experts trained (with Ph.Ds and Master in Higher Education Management) to outsource African academic expertise from Europe…
We Make Giving Back To Africa Easy & Possible
What We Do
We Can Build A Better Future Together For Africa
Participants in DIANA ry's programmes are called Diana ry 'Fellows' or 'Scholars', named ex-post after their first teaching or research activities in or with Africa This, after a rigorous selection process by reviewers in the different colleges in which their expertise belong.
Our Upcoming Events
Most of our events are posted online with accessible links for those that are online. Our calender is updated as soon as we have events coming up. Sign up for our latest events and webinar.
What Our Partners Are Saying
' I have often said migrant academics can participate in their home knowledge economy without returning. The current digital revolution is an opportunity Africa and its education stakeholders and donors should not miss to mitigate brain drain. This needed a third sector organisation such as DIANA ry. "
Seppo H. Prof Emeritus of Higher Education Management & Administration, Finland
"The diaspora is Africa's 6th partner continent and Africa's intellectual diapora is very important in the Continental Education Strategy for Africa (CESA 2016-2025) and the Agenda 2063. This is why we do not relent any effort to collaborate with structured and initiatives to mobilise and reorientate Africa's talent back to Africa; the DIANA ry. "
Professor Sarah Anyang Agbor, Commissioner for Science and Human resources, African Union Commission
" I have always wanted to give back to my country Ghana but I did not really know how, then I came accross DIANA… What an initiave, Diana is giving me the greatest opportunity to see my dreams come true. I support this initiative and I am benefiting from it. Great job guys. "
MIcheal Olante – United Kingdom
DIANA RY TO LAUNCH ACTIVITIES ON NOVEMBER 25, 2021.
DIANA ry is a non-profit, non-governmental organization registered under the laws of Finland, the Finnish Patent and Registration Office, registration number 3241089-9 to mobilize the expertise of African academics…
WELCOME STATEMENT BY PRESIDENT ( GENERAL COORDINATOR) OF DINANA RY
Fellow on-lookers, stakeholders, and donors of Education in Africa. The theme of this maiden welcome and launch of DIANA ry is “Reversing and demystifying Brain Drain in the new normal …
DR. PASCAL DOH TO HEAD DIANA RY & DRIVE IT FORWARD
As an organization, DIANA ry started operating officially as an organization in November 2021 with Dr. Pascal Doh as the first president and Executive Director of the organization. As president/Executive Director, Dr. Doh oversees …
DIANA ry HOLDS FIRST INCEPTION MEETING
As part of activities in preparation for the official launch of DIANA ry as an organization, DIANA ry held its first inception meeting on Tuesday, November 9th, 2021 online. The online meeting was heavily attended by regional and …
DIANA ry is finally here to facilitate the involvement of African intellectual diaspora in remote teaching and research collaboration as well as contact activities with African universities and research organisations.