April 2013

Counterpart “brightens the eyes” of Georgian deaf community

Deaf Georgians in need may not speak loudly, but their words of thanks are heard.

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November 2012

Not Deaf to Corruption

By Jennifer Brookland It’s difficult to discuss corruption when your language has no word for it. The nonexistence of signs for words including “corruption,” “transparency” …

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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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June 2011

Children with Disabilities in Niger to Receive Food Assistance

Impoverished children with disabilities in the capital of Niger will receive two meals a day as part of a new one-year program to reduce malnutrition and keep kids in school, the U.S. Ambassador to Niger and Counterpart International announced on June 2, 2011.

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