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Teresa Crawford

Executive Director, Social Sector Accelerator

Teresa leads the Social Sector Accelerator, a subsidiary of the Counterpart Network. The Accelerator takes Counterpart International’s proven capacity building approach even farther by acting as an incubator for social sector organizations worldwide.

“The impact of the social sector is often underestimated and as a result, organizations with enormous potential are under-supported. These groups are integral to achieving social good and by growing their capacity to meet new challenges, we can accelerate their ability to achieve their missions.”

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23Sep, 2015

Counterpart International Joins Clinton Global Initiative

New York  – Joan Parker, President and CEO of Counterpart International will attend the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) Annual Meeting , 50 years after Betty Bryant Silverstein, the leading film actress in […]

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27May, 2015

Counterpart Brings Innovative Climate Resiliency Training to Dominican Republic’s Teachers

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic  – The Dominican Republic is one of the top 10 countries in the world that will be impacted by climate change.

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7May, 2015

Guatemala’s CSR Leaders Join Counterpart International in Strategic Dialogue

Hosted by the American Chamber of Commerce/Guatemala. Gabriela Isler, Miss Universe 2013 and founder of Universe of Blessings Fund, Attends

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18Mar, 2015

Counterpart International Launches Malawi Project to Address HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Disabilities

Counterpart International celebrated the launch of one of its newest projects in Malawi, Supporting the Efforts of Partners (STEPS).

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Farming has long been the way of life in Senegal. Despite the harsh and arid landscape, this communal tradition has been passed down from generation to generation, and is still very much alive today. Nearly […]

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Afghanistan’s Emerging Youth Leaders: Civic Engagement and Building a New Afghanistan

Youth leaders are emerging from all over Afghanistan – from the streets of Kandahar and Zaranj to the alleyways of Kabul and Fayzabad. Trained in civic activism, public speaking, and advocacy, these young men and […]

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Boosting Morocco’s Local Civil Society Participation

Following the first municipal elections under the 2011 Constitution of Morocco in September 2015, the members of the municipal governments are working to foster more inclusive and effective citizen engagement in local public affairs. Counterpart’s […]

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International Women’s Day 2016: Voices from Counterpart International Staff

This International Women’s Day, Counterpart celebrates advances for gender equality around the world. Our work in more than 22 countries reflects the core belief that gender equality and female empowerment are both essential to sustainable […]

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