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October 18, 2019

Innovation for Change (I4C) Network Unveils the First Online Global Innovations Gallery For and By Civil Society

ARLINGTON, Va., October 18, 2019 — Innovation for Change (I4C) announced the opening of its online Global Innovations Gallery, a first-of-its-kind incubator and experiential showcase for …

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July 19, 2019

Des responsables du gouvernement sénégalais participent au programme de bourses Cochran du département américain de l’Agriculture (USDA)

DAKAR, Sénégal, le 13 juillet 2019 – Deux responsables du gouvernement sénégalais, M. Abdoulaye KA et M. El Hadji SECK, ont été retenus pour participer …

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July 19, 2019

Senegalese Government Officials Participate in U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Cochran Fellowship Program

DAKAR, Senegal, July 13, 2019  — Two Senegal government officials, Mr. Abdoulaye Ka and Mr. El Hadji Seck, have been selected to participate in USDA’s prestigious …

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May 8, 2019

UPDATES: Counterpart Statement on Attack in Afghanistan

May 9: We confirmed with our security team on the ground in Kabul that all Counterpart staff are safe and accounted for.  We were devastated …

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Since our founding in 1965, we’ve helped improve lives in 65 countries around the world.
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November 2019

Introducing CAMEL: Counterpart’s Complexity-Aware Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning Framework

Counterpart’s Complexity-Aware Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning (CAMEL) ties together complexity-aware monitoring (C-AM) and Collaboration, Learning, and Adaptability (CLA) into one framework. In Niger, Sentinel Indicators …

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November 2019

The Capacity Dividend: The Importance and Value of Capacity Development

When done effectively, investments in local capacity development at the individual, organizational, and institutional levels lead to outsized returns in advancing democracy, prosperity, and stability. …

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October 2019

The Top 5 Reasons Donors Still Give for not Funding Local Organizations Directly

As Counterpart’s Social Sector Accelerator prepares to present at the Central America Donors Forum annual conference, we reviewed global giving trends, with a particular focus …

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October 2019

Young Africans Employ Leadership Training to Transform Their Communities: A snapshot of three YALI alumni

In Niger, a country with one of the highest fertility rates in the world, the topic of infertility is taboo. Aïcha Macky, a young Nigerien …

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