USAID has recently released their June 2016 “Acting On The Call: Ending Preventable Child And Maternal Deaths Report”. This report's main focus is to address equity in USAID’s 24 priority countries. With detailed charts and briefs of the improvements made this year, there is also a series of suggestions in which programs can provide new … Continue reading USAID “Acting On The Call”
The month of June has been the golden age for all things CLD. With new commitments made between international banks as well as organizations redesigning their commitments with each other Beginning with the Women’s Foreign Policy meeting there was a debrief on the multitude of changes that need to be addressed in the development world. … Continue reading The month of all things CLD
June 15 marked the start of the annual FHI Gender 360 Summit. This two-day conference provided the development and humanitarian communities a glance of the advancements and stagnation's in the major aid receiving countries. There were breakout groups, called Gender Lounges, for the topic “Creating and Enabling Environment to Advance Adolescent Empowerment and Leadership for … Continue reading Gender 360 Summit Review
To most, computer geeks and democratic activists may seem like an unlikely pair but the National Democratic Institute (NDITech) has turned this odd couple into a dream team. When you think of a computer geek it reminds most people of a timid individual that handles all of the background technical needs of an organization while … Continue reading Can Computer Geeks and Community Activists Unite?