November 2020

INVESTING IN EQUITY: CREATING EQUITABLE FUNDING FOR LOCAL WOMEN PEACEBUILDERS

On October 30, 2020, USAID, in partnership with the University of San Diego Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice, hosted an event featuring USAID Acting …

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October 2020

Shining a Light: DIY Equity Audits of Our Organizational Strengthening Programs

“As I have always said, those closest to the pain should be closest to the power.” – Ayanna Presley, U.S. Representative (MA) By: Emily Wexler, …

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September 2020

INTRODUCING OUR VIRGINIA TECH INTERNS

Despite its recent economic revival due to increased opportunities in mining, the northern region of Saint-Louis, Senegal is still prone to high food insecurity. Lack …

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September 2020

Partnering for Food Security and Education in Senegal

In Senegal, many children do not receive the nutrition they need to grow strong and stay focused in school. The USDA McGovern-Dole International Food for …

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September 2020

Introducing our Virginia Tech Interns

Despite its recent economic revival due to increased opportunities in mining, the northern region of Saint-Louis, Senegal is still prone to high food insecurity. Lack …

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September 2020

Help Support Women-Led Non-Profits on their Journeys to Pandemic Recovery

The WomenLead Institute (WLI) strengthens the leadership and management skills of women leaders around the world; women who run the local organizations that people turn …

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August 2020

Adapting and Accountability in Philanthropy: An Interview with Solomé Lemma of Thousand Currents

By: Emily Wexler, Social Sector Accelerator What does it mean to stay adaptive amidst the confluence of a global health crisis with COVID-19, an economic …

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July 2020

Remembering Charlie Eddy

“Charlie served on Counterpart’s Board of Directors and played a critical role in helping Counterpart transition from its founding as a grassroots endeavor to one …

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July 2020

Adapting to New COVID-19 Realities: Emerging Lessons Learned from Thinking and Working Politically in Niger

Trust in public institutions is one of the most essential factors for effective public health crisis management and response. Activities designed to strengthen governance, particularly those that build confidence and foster deeper connections between the public sector and its constituents, are central to this effort.

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July 2020

Welcoming our First (Digital) Summer Interns

The COVID-19 pandemic has presented the global workplace with many unique challenges. For Counterpart International, the inability to host summer interns, an opportunity we look …

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