You can help the Diaspora Global Initiative Build Twenty Schools next fiscal year. We are thrilled to announce that the upcoming 2023 Annual Awards Dinner will be held in person on May 13, 2023! Thanks to all of those who stuck with us through the pandemic and generously supported our 2020 & 2021 endeavors. The 2023 gala will be an inspiring and engaging evening.
You can help the Diaspora Global Initiative Build Twenty Schools next fiscal year by simply registering or joining a team. We are thrilled to announce that our upcoming 2023 soccer league is scheduled next season from April 2023 through August 2023. Thanks to all of those who stuck with us through the pandemic and generously supported our 2020 & 2021 endeavors.
On Top of The World: Cameroon won the 2019 Diaspora World Cup.
Cameroon entered the tournament last year as a favorite, powered by stars such as Henry Ndikumand Galidece Ngapeth, while Colombia was a longshot for victory. Register or Join a team today to be part of the 2020 Diaspora World Cup. .
High-profile political figures, global leaders, business leaders, sport professionals, sporting heroes, journalists, activists, philanthropists, actors, and entrepreneurs united by their commitment to the Diaspora World Cup mission. They serve as role models and spread the Diaspora World Cup vision and commitment of a world mobilized through soccer.
The Diaspora World Cup has broken ground on its first school in Cameroon. The three-story building is comprised of 12 small set classrooms to accommodate 300 K-6 Elementary School age children.
Honorable Ambassador Faber of Albania delivered the keynote address at our annual gala. During her speech, Mrs. Faber emphasized the role soccer can potentially play for children in terms of agility, balance, coordination, and most importantly education.
England captain Connor Coward (center) with the trophy while goalkeeper Sam Legg and Dave Atkinson look on.
The Diaspora World Cup
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