November 2012

Citizen Participation the Real Success at Armenia Program’s Midpoint

Mkhitar Hovhannisyan, mayor of the small village of Gomk in southwestern Armenia, had seen plenty of international development projects come to his town before.

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November 2012

How to Start a Flash Mob

On a sunny, breezy day in Yeghvard, Armenia, a teenager in a bright white baseball cap walked along a park path reading a book. Then, strangely enough, so did another one. White caps and books began proliferating — white t-shirts, too.

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October 2012

Voter Registration Goes High-Tech in Cameroon

By Abiosseh Davis, Program Officer, Counterpart International In a meeting hall in Limbe, Cameroon, election officials surrounded by cameras addressed a crowd gathered to observe …

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October 2012

Promoting Voter Registration among People with Disabilities in Cameroon

By Abiosseh Davis, Program Officer, Counterpart International In every country in the world, approximately 15 to 20 percent of the population lives with one or more …

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October 2012

Cameroonian e-Elections Platform Launched by Counterpart Grantee

By Abiosseh Davis, Program Officer, Counterpart International Cameroon’s first-ever e-elections platform was launched by civil society organization Nouveau Droits de l’Homme (NDH) on Sept 25. …

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September 2012

Armenian Youth Leading Change in Their Communities

Counterpart International brought together young leaders from Armenia’s 41 Youth and Community Action Centers (Y/CAC) on August 3-5, 2012 and transformed three ordinary hot summer …

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July 2012

New Law Opens Government Records in Yemen

Yemen’s President has approved one of the Middle East’s most liberal open-government laws.

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June 2012

Clinton Praises Counterpart in Recognizing Work Of Armenian Civic Activists and Reformers

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton has singled out Counterpart International for praise in their civil society work in Armenia.

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May 2012

In major step, Yemen moves toward open government

As Yemen draws up a new system of government, it is promising a level of openness unprecedented in the Arab world.

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March 2012

14 organizations receive grants to improve the status of women

Six new grants from Counterpart International will support women’s rights and promote women’s leadership in Azerbaijan.

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