Four Ways That Diaspora Businesses Are Advancing Locally-Led Development
The United States is home to more global diaspora members than any other country in the world. A diaspora is a community of people who live outside a shared country of origin, ancestry, or affinity, and maintain active connections with it. In fact, more than 62 million Americans, or one-fifth of U.S. residents, are first- or second-generation diaspora members. With roots around the world, these communities are key players in driving sustainable development progress.