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Livelihoods Climate Resiliency Access to Education Civil Society and Governance Health and Nutrition Building Social Sector Networks Building the Capacity of Local Organizations Developing Emerging Leaders LGBT Indigenous Peoples Disabled Persons Youth Women / Girls Azerbaijan Armenia Bangladesh Morocco Yemen Afghanistan Burundi Papua New Guinea DRC Kazakhstan Ethiopia Zambia Timor Leste Tajikistan Niger Malawi Senegal Burkina Faso Honduras Mauritania Cameroon Guatemala Dominican Republic

OUR WORK

We work in more than 20 countries around the world, helping people build better lives and more durable futures, community by community.

We work across the social sector, building the capacity of leaders, organizations and communities – our counterparts – to become solution creators in their own families, communities, regions and countries.

Take your own journey to explore our work and impacts.

OUR GLOBAL IMPACTS

573,000
emerging leaders participated in trainings
2,636
organizations received capacity-building assistance
71
networks established or strengthened
OUR IMPACTS
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Speakers at the Effects of Corruption on Women's Participation in Government in Guatemala Forum with (background R to left) Dale Wegkamp, Counterpart's Representative in Guatemala & Thomas Delay, Director of USAID Guatemala
Leading Women in Guatemala Speak Out: Corruption Affects Us Differently
A representative from COSCCET leads a voter education training
The Value of Voting in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
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Parceria Cívica para Boa Governação in Mozambique
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International School Meals Day 2017
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Power Through Literacy: One Woman’s Journey to Transform Her Community in Morocco
2017 Graduates from the Afghan Emerging Civil Society Leaders class
Youth Leaders: A Story of Hope for the Future of Afghanistan
Tea picking in Sri Lanka. Photo by f. ermert on Flickr
Support for Professional and Institutional Capacity Enhancement in Sri Lanka
Nigérienne woman
Education Before Marriage – Supporting Women’s Rights in Niger
Community members in Niger
Participatory Responsive Governance in Niger