December 2019

National Learning Session Ahead of 2019 Mozambique Elections

On December 5th, Counterpart International’s Parceria Cívica para Boa Governação program (PCBG), in partnership with the MONITOR Network, held a national learning session for the Peaceful …

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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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Innovation for Change

Challenge Innovation for Change (I4C) was established as a response to widespread and worsening trends affecting civil society, including increasing restrictions on civic space and …

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2016 — 2020

Parceria Cívica para Boa Governação in Mozambique

Following the end of its war for independence in 1975 and a subsequent civil war…

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Support for Professional and Institutional Capacity Enhancement in Sri Lanka

From 1983 to 2009, Sri Lanka was immersed in a civil war…

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Expanding Opportunities for People with Disabilities in Morocco

Usually an hour-long trip from Tangiers to Tetouan, located in the Rif mountain range in northern Morocco, it took almost two hours in the driving …

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Food Aid for Disabled Children in Niger

We provided meals to poor children with disabilities to reduce malnutrition and keep kids in school.

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What’s the role for civil society in SDG Implementation & Monitoring? Check the data to learn more.

The United Nation (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), set to launch this coming September, will be the global guidepost for development priorities over the next 15 years.

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FAIR Helps Support and Empower Disabled Communities in Niger

Lack of food and poor nutrition can impact nearly every layer of society. Most often, those who suffer most are those who can do little to change their situation.

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Expanded Niger food program means children with disabilities won’t be left out

Even in a place like Niger, where most families struggle through chronic food shortages, some people are especially vulnerable to hunger.

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