In rural Tajikistan, too few teachers and too little funding has put a strain on the education system – especially extracurricular and afterschool activities for teenagers. Many youth struggle to feel empowered or engaged in the future of their communities. Our Young Leaders Program helped youth living in rural Tajikistan better connect and drive positive change within their communities.

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May 2015

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August 2014

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November 2011

Health centers and boarding school brought back to life in Tajikistan

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June 2011

New Programs in Honduras, Youth Training in Tajikistan Added to Civil Society Portfolio

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OUR IMPACT

Together with our local partners, we are improving health and nutrition, expanding access to education, strengthening climate resiliency, enhancing people’s livelihoods, and ensuring communities are governed more inclusively. In each project, we track our goals, monitor the progress, and evaluate impact.

 

Who

Citizens around the world who are working to improve their lives.

 

What

Working alongside local partners to address challenges and opportunities.

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Where

In more than 20 countries around the world.

 

How

By developing leaders, strengthening organizations and building networks.

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