Our Partners

To us, it’s stating the obvious: It’s all about partnership. Lasting solutions are achieved by building the capacity of local partners to be the architects of change. Challenges are met through inclusive collaboration and the generous support of donors and social good investors.

To us, it’s all about partnership.

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Collaborators

“Counterpart International is like a mother to WIN – they helped us to be born. Without Counterpart, WIN wouldn’t exist. And without WIN, the future –wouldn’t be as bright for Yemen’s women and girls, even during this difficult time.”
Women’s Independent Network (WIN), Yemen
“Our relationship with Counterpart is horizontal. Counterpart has a commitment to rural development, and its staff perfectly understood our philosophy, approach, and work methodology. More than 30,000 thousand families have received training to improve their standard of living, with the direct participation of Counterpart.”
Guatemala Ministry of Agriculture (MAGA)
“For us, Counterpart was never merely a donor –
Community Fund Chepelare, Bulgaria
Counterpart was a partner, an organization we could rely on at any moment for technical support, network-building, strategizing, and evaluating.”

OUR PEOPLE

Grounded in our respect for the courage and determination of people to drive their own destinies, our diverse team is working together on a behalf of communities in more than 20 countries around the world.

LEADERSHIP

Get to know the passionate team of people who lead Counterpart each and every day.

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EXPERTS & SPEAKERS

Counterpart’s diverse staff has a wide variety of expertise and wealth of experience. Get to know us!

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Meet the dynamic and experienced professionals guiding our organization’s strategy and direction.

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OUR FINANCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY

We believe in trust, transparency, and integrity. Both our staff and our collaborating partners around the world are held to high ethical standards and follow rigorous policies for good stewardship of donor-provided resources.

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