WHAT WE DO
We help immigrants adjust successfully Abroad.
We pride ourselves on using the best tools to help Members of Diaspora Community Succeed.
WE ‘RE DIFFERENT THAN THE REST
We ‘ve been where you are. More than a decade ago, when we needed to understand the ins & out of our host culture and thrive in America, we turned to exploring ways to utilize available resources and supports. We realized: The more you know- the faster you get there.
Once we mastered the art of using what we discovered we launched African Resources Center International to enable new immigrants in Diaspora access relevant and helpful information for Integration & Improving the quality of their life abroad.
On behalf of the diaspora community, African Resources Center International (A.R.C.I) extend the warmest of welcome to new and returning international students and immigrant in U.S. We know that the past few years have seen disruption, confusion, and animosity toward members of our community, our friends and neighbors of diaspora community. This is not what A.R.C.I represent, neither does majority of Americans. U.S is enriched each day by your expertise, your voices, and your cultures. This country could not be what it is without you. As you begin your new academic year as a student or adjusting to a new life as an immigrant, we confirm our commitment to you by providing support and updated resources designed to help you navigate challenges you may face on a practical and personal level. Please know that we are your staunch advocates. In affirming our support, we also encourage you to stand up and speak out for yourselves. The Diaspora Community cannot succeed unless you succeed. Reach out to us at any time, and please accept our thanks for letting us stand in solidarity with you.
With all best wishes,
Joe K. Mungai, MSW, LISW
African Resources Center Diaspora Hub Founder
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