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Aspen Institute transitions the Diaspora Investment Alliance to CAF America


 

DIA_LogoWashington, DC, February 17, 2016 – The Aspen Institute today announced the transfer of the Diaspora Investment Alliance (DIA) to Charities Aid Foundation of America (CAF America), the nation’s leader in global giving.

The DIA will reside independently under CAF America who will evolve the initiative under its leadership and unique global footprint. DIA’s primary goal is to more effectively channel investments from diaspora communities into their countries of origin.

“We’re proud to transfer the Diaspora Investment Alliance to CAF America,” said Elliot Gerson of The Aspen Institute. “We’re confident that they will help evolve this important initiative and we are excited to see them play an integral role in shaping the future of both the DIA program and diaspora communities in the United States.”

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