This is a key role that will be taken by the Diaspora as a precondition for economic and social activities. The success of the Diaspora community is based on the effectiveness of our strategy in order to have a strong Diaspora community based on their policies and directions. The way the Diaspora has gone before failed not because of gaps in the policy but with the inability to coordinate this community-based development work with the Diaspora’s mindset and organization. To safeguard the rights and benefits of the Diaspora and to ensure that our country is benefiting from this development partnership, it needs to take a broader approach to understanding it. Although the Diaspora community is aware of the realities of the country in which they live in the various parts of the world, it is possible to coordinate in a close and understandable manner the way in which the community development work is carried out in the context of the state of affairs. Similar roles cannot be done by all Diaspora associations in all countries, so the same consensus strategy cannot be used for all Diaspora.

Although regions are self-sustaining, the Diaspora projects, especially the Diaspora outreach programs themselves, are encouraging to the generality of the Diaspora community, national understanding and national development issues. The agency should be aware of and support activities carried out on federal level that are related to the diaspora. Combining it with community development activities will help in highly facilitating the job. Therefore, our Diaspora community development project aims to fully understand the community’s legal, economic, cultural and religious beliefs and to collaborate in an effective way. This work is organized so that it can be the core of the Agency’s mission.

In this section, the Diaspora community will work to create inter-national consensus, develop national tolerance and culture of co-existence; and facilitate platforms for the exchange of valuable experiences between the country they are living in and the homeland.  It will use religious and cultural holidays in the community as a large social capital to increase the diaspora’s bond with one another. Additionally, it will work towards achieving the aspired change in the political culture and the general political reform that participates the Diaspora and for a strong political culture, democracy and national resolution.

Besides, in this section, women and youth will be involved in gender mainstreaming in the area of the Diaspora working at the Agency and abroad. In addition, they will support the establishment of Diaspora Societies, established by women’s Diaspora members, connect with similar localities in the country, and create conditions for working towards national development. Additionally, the second and third generation of the young Diaspora in different countries, will be involved in designing and participating in projects such as know your country.