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A quality program can have a transformational impact on youth

“How we can demonstrate the value of a program offered today to a 14-year old, when she won’t be in the job market for another 7-10 years?” a youth development foundation partner asked last week....

Audience members before the Ebola crisis listen to a community building training

A nation that survived fourteen years of a brutal civil war and spent the past 11 years putting back together its economic, social, and political life and gaining the confidence and respect of the...

A public library in Tbilisi, Georgia with comfortable reading spaces

As the starting point for access to information, opportunity, and advancement, literacy is understandably a key priority for governments and organizations across the development spectrum. With...

Posted on September 3, 2014 - W. Robert Pearson in Civil Society Strengthening
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IREX facilitates Ebola training and mentoring with Monrovia-based journalists

The world now knows a lot about the Ebola outbreak in West Africa and simultaneously shares a persistent doubt that it is under control. Doctors without Borders has been heroic in highlighting the...

Mandela Washington fellows attend the YALI Presidential Summit in Washington, DC

Not content to wait for institutions to take action, young people in Africa are taking charge of their futures today. I had the honor of chairing a session on...