This paper focuses on relatively unknown Diaspora group (Eko Club International-ECI)) analyzing its activities both in the Diaspora and the homeland. My attempt is to present a tentative survey of the activities of the association within the last seven years. Despite being recent, the ECI has made remarkable impacts through social and developmental projects) members) monthly financial contributions) and networking with government in the homeland. Unlike exiting studies about Diaspora associations) this paper is not about remittances by Lagosians in the Diaspora. Rather) it is about their efforts at collective social and developmental projects for the homeland.
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Tijani, Hakeem Ibikunle
"Forging a Link: Diaspora Developmental Activities for the Homeland, The Case of Eko Club International,"
Journal of Global Initiatives: Policy, Pedagogy, Perspective: Vol. 3:
1, Article 4.
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