November 2022

Turi Kumwe Empowers Burundi Woman to Become an Emerging Community Leader

Through the self-confidence she gained by participating in the USAID-funded Turi Kumwe project, 27-year old Quelida Ndihokubwayo, from Kinyinya, Burundi, is an emerging leader in …

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November 2022

Making bricks and gaining equality in Gisuru

A group of Burundians, comprised of two men and two women, brought innovation to their village by setting up local manufacturing of bricks.  Nibigira Rose, …

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October 2022

 Equipping women with skills: a profile from Egypt

Women are the key to development. According to the United Nations, women’s economic empowerment improves productivity and increases financial independence. Counterpart’s Global Women in Management (GWIM) program identifies women …

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August 2022

Ukrainian Women Find New Skills in Self-care and Supporting Others

Since the start of the Russian invasion in February 2022, more than 6 million Ukrainians have fled the country. This is approximately one-third of the …

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April 2022

Graduating Classes Inspire Insights, Connection

Since 2005, the ExxonMobil Foundation’s Women’s Economic Opportunity Initiative has invested in WLI’s Global Women In Management (GWIM) program, providing women with leadership, management, and …

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January 2022

Drawing the Line: When CVE Goes Too Far

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

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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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Measuring Multidimensional Poverty

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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Community Advocacy Against Gender-based Violence in Bangladesh

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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Increasing Women’s Participation in Counterpart’s PAR Program

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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