June 2019

Helping the poorest advocate for better services in Morocco

When poor people build homes, they often cannot obtain formal proof of property ownership. That often prevents them from receiving public services such as household …

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June 2019

Helping Morocco’s mountain residents find their voice

Although Morocco’s Atlas and Rif mountains are home to almost a quarter of the country’s population, the mountain communities have the country’s highest rates of …

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June 2019

Moroccan civil society wins tax relief for its new role

People with handicaps limiting their mobility face challenges in countries that don’t produce many accessibility devices. In Morocco, people who try to buy assistive devices …

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University of Dayton

The Power of Sharing Our Stories

April 2019

Afghanistan’s Technology Boom: A Positive Development for Human Rights

This blog is part of our series developed in collaboration with the Reiff Center for Human Rights and Conflict Resolution at Christopher Newport University. In June of 2017, Afghan …

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March 2019

Women’s economic empowerment is the key to reducing the impact of fragility, conflict, and violence around the world

International Women’s Day offers an opportunity to reflect on how much progress has been made globally for women, and to commit to deepening our efforts …

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Devex

Driving development impact through women’s leadership: A Devex Faceook Live #GlobalDevWomen conversation with Kate Warren and Ann Hudock

December 2018

Women Take the Lead in Guatemala

On a quiet side street in the historic downtown of Guatemala City sits the office of Codefem, the Collective for the Defense of Women’s Rights in …

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2018 — 2023

Promoting Advocacy and Rights in Bangladesh

Challenge Considered a rising star in South Asia, Bangladesh has demonstrated considerable economic progress over the last two decades. At the same time, social upheaval, …

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Devex

Opinion: Counterpart International is banning the word ’empower’ and so should you

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