May 2022

Using Data to Combat Violent Extremism

Using Data to Combat Violent Extremism Niger is a large, landlocked country located in the Sahel region, nestled in a key geostrategic location between the …

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2021 — 2026

RESILIENT GOVERNANCE IN NIGER

Challenge Since returning to democratic rule in 2011, the Government of Niger has taken important steps to curb corruption, increase transparency, and push for decentralization. …

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A Case Study on Strengthening Women’s Leadership and Integrating Women, Peace, and Security Objectives into Global Fragility Programming

The United States Strategy to Prevent Conflict and Promote Stability fulfills the Global Fragility Act of 2019’s mandate to establish an interagency Global Fragility Strategy. …

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Social Accountability and Women’s Health in Niger

This blog is part of a series of articles written by University of Dayton students, published as part of Counterpart’s Next Generation in Thought Leadership …

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Developing Civic Engagement During COVID-19 in Niger

This blog is part of a series of articles written by University of Dayton students, published as part of Counterpart’s Next Generation in Thought Leadership …

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The Role of Women in Reducing Community Vulnerability to Extremism in Niger

This blog is part of a series of articles written by University of Dayton students, published as part of Counterpart’s Next Generation in Thought Leadership …

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Twenty Years After UNSC1325: Where Are We Now?

This blog is part of a series of articles written by Georgetown University graduate students enrolled in a Gender and Terrorism Course, published as part …

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Counterpart’s Approach to Women, Peace, and Security

International development is increasingly shaped by fragility, conflict, and violence (FCV). The World Bank projects that by 2030, the number of countries affected by FCV …

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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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A Say in Their Schools: Inclusive Education Reform in Niger

By Lucie Amadou and Stephanie Benedict Imagine dropping your children off at school, only to find no teacher in their classroom. For too many Nigerien …

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