What We Do

  • HISTORY

Diaspora Relief was initially a group that helped black people who were fleeing Ukraine and as need arose it expanded its clientele to Resettlement, Evacuation, Short-term accommodation, Legal-Aid, Educational grants, Job Placement and Emergency Relief.

  • Timeline

In March, Diaspora Relief catered for people during the unruly invasion of Ukraine by Russian military. Diaspora Relief provided: Evacuation and transportation (Safe Evacuation out of Ukraine States: Kiev, Sumy, Lviv, Kharviv, Kherson, Ternopil and Dnipro to neighbouring countries like Poland, Germany, Hungary, Finland, Belgium, Switzerland, Romania, France, Netherlands, Ireland, Slovakia and Austria etc); Short-term accommodation (Providing temporary accommodation for evacuees); Legal-Aid (Procuring legal representation to assist evacuees and/or asylum seekers especially those trapped in refugee camps. Provide immigration and consular services); Educational grants (Provide short-term educational assistance to cover tuition costs for evacuees to enable the continuation of their education, create and implement developmental programs and tech support in the form of providing laptops and internet data packages); Job Placement (provide career services, mentorship and internship opportunities); Emergency Relief(Relocation assistance, clothing allowance, feeding in the form grocery stipends, medical expenses and mental health services for trauma management).

Diaspora Relief initiated emergency relief programs, established accommodation and grocery shopping avenues and started refugee resettlement efforts in Poland, Nigeria, Germany, Hungary, Finland, Belgium, Switzerland, Romania, France, The U.S, The U.K, Netherlands, Ireland, Slovakia and Austria. There are programs to assist refugees which are transparent.

2022 April, Diaspora Relief intensified its aid in Africa and Europe with a Project called Community of Hope, which provided feeding, accommodation, educational aid to the people of African descent amid increased Russian oppression. After the war, Diaspora Relief is focused on rebuilding just as our mission statement: “The mission of Diaspora Relief is to provide humanitarian, and relief services through impact-based incentives that support black people in distress”.

Impact-based incentives: Short-term accommodation (Providing temporary accommodation for evacuees); Legal-Aid (Procuring legal representation to assist evacuees and/or asylum seekers especially those trapped in refugee camps. Provide immigration and consular services); Educational grants (Provide short-term educational assistance to cover tuition costs for evacuees to enable the continuation of their education, create and implement developmental programs and tech support in the form of providing laptops and internet data packages); Job Placement (provide career services, mentorship and internship opportunities); Emergency Relief(Relocation assistance, clothing allowance, feeding in the form grocery stipends, medical expenses and mental health services for trauma management).

  • Current Work

Diaspora Relief is now at work in about 15 countries. Since inception, notable operations included accommodation, feeding, academic aid response in the wake of the war in Ukraine, ongoing programs to address the Humanitarian crisis and to help Resettlement efforts and advocacy on behalf of black students uprooted by the war.

  • The European Union

Diaspora Relief is one of the largest providers of humanitarian assistance in the European Union, where student evacuees, refugees and asylum seekers have been displaced due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, it is said that over 10 million have fled their homes. The organization runs programs dedicated to evacuation and resettlements, accommodation, feeding, general and mental health, education, job placements, emergency response in twelve European countries namely: Poland, Germany, Hungary, Finland, Belgium, Switzerland, Romania, France, Netherlands, Ireland, Slovakia and Austria. As the number of displaced people increases, hunger, education suspension and other humanitarian crises due to the war, Diaspora Relief has stepped up with her Community of Hope programs. Between February ’2022 till date, Diaspora Relief has provided: Evacuation and transportation (Safe Evacuation out of Ukraine States: Kiev, Sumy, Lviv, Kharviv, Kherson, Ternopil and Dnipro to neighboring countries like Poland, Germany, Hungary, Finland, Belgium, Switzerland, Romania, France, Netherlands, Ireland, Slovakia and Austria etc); Short-term accommodation (Providing temporary accommodation for evacuees); Legal-Aid (Procuring legal representation to assist evacuees and/or asylum seekers especially those trapped in refugee camps. Provide immigration and consular services); Educational grants (Provide short-term educational assistance to cover tuition costs for evacuees to enable the continuation of their education, create and implement developmental programs and tech support in the form of providing laptops and internet data packages); Job Placement (provide career services, mentorship and internship opportunities); Emergency Relief(Relocation assistance, clothing allowance, feeding in the form grocery stipends, medical expenses and mental health services for trauma management) to over a thousand persons.

  • Africa

Diaspora Relief is one of the largest providers of humanitarian assistance to student evacuees, refugees and asylum seekers have been displaced due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine. The organization runs programs dedicated to evacuation and resettlements, accommodation, feeding, general and mental health, education, job placements, emergency response in 6African countries namely: Nigeria, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Egypt, Morocco and Kenya. Diaspora Relief stepped up with her Community of Hope programs. Between February ’22 till date, Diaspora Relief has ensured: Evacuation and transportation (Safe Evacuation out of Ukraine States: Kiev, Sumy, Lviv, Kharviv, Kherson, Ternopil and Dnipro back to their respective countries; Short-term accommodation (Providing temporary accommodation for evacuees);Educational grants (Provide short-term educational assistance to cover tuition costs for evacuees to enable the continuation of their education, create and implement developmental programs and tech support in the form of providing laptops and internet data packages); Job Placement (provide career services, mentorship and internship opportunities); Emergency Relief(Relocation assistance, clothing allowance, feeding in the form grocery stipends, medical expenses and mental health services for trauma management).

  • Operations

Diaspora Relief delivers a number of services, including emergency response, health care, education programs and resettlements project.

Evacuation, Short-term accommodation, Legal-Aid, Educational grants, Job Placement, Emergency Relief(Relocation assistance, clothing allowance, feeding in the form grocery stipends, medical expenses and mental health services for trauma management).

  • Evacuation

Diaspora Relief with her diligent team of volunteers ensured the safee vacuation out of Ukrainian States: Kiev, Sumy, Lviv, Kharviv, Kherson, Ternopil and Dnipro to neighbouring countries like Poland, Germany, Hungary, Finland, Belgium, Switzerland, Romania, France, Netherlands, Ireland, Slovakia and Austria etc.

  • Health Programs

DR health programs assisted approximately 100 persons in 15 countries, focusing on primary health care, medical expenses and mental health services for trauma management.

Diaspora Relief works in various settings such as in refugee camps, shelters in host countries where refugees have resettled after the war.

  • Resettling Refugees

Diaspora Relief help to resettle newly arrived refugees in the EU and Africa and provide various services to students refugees, asylees. Providing temporary accommodation for evacuees.

Resettlement services include providing immediate aid, including food and shelter; assisting with Job Placement (provide career services, mentorship and internship opportunities); and giving access to clothing, medical attention, education, and community orientation.

  • Educational Support

Provide short-term educational assistance to cover tuition costs for evacuees to enable the continuation of their education, create and implement developmental programs and tech support in the form of providing laptops and internet data packages

  • Legal Aid

Procuring legal representation to assist Evacuees and/or asylum seekers especially those trapped in refugee camps. Provide immigration and consular services.

In addition to integrating refugees into host countries, Diaspora Relief also provided immigration services to refugees and people who have been granted asylum.

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You're doing PHENOMENAL work; it's quite indescribable the feat you're undertaking. This most harrowing time for these Africans will forever be an irremovable stain in this war. And this precarious moment will forever be a record of who exactly was pro-active. EFF THE HATERS!!!!

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