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Learning from Past Elections to Improve Current Elections
by Larry Garber, Senior Advisor to the Bureau for Policy, Planning and Learning on 11th March 2014
International support for elections has emphasized various dimensions during the past several decades. In an effort to promote free and genuine electoral processes, assistance has included technical support for election commissions, provision of electoral commodities, international and domestic election monitoring, political party capacity building and many other modes.
USAID and INGOs – Traveling a New Path Together
by Tony Pipa, Deputy Assistant to the Administrator, Bureau for Policy, Planning, and Learning on 10th March 2014
Tony Pipa, Deputy Assistant to the Administrator, Bureau for Policy, Planning, and Learning The landscape of international development, and the
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A “Whole” Lot of Success for Ghanaian Pineapples
by Cecilia Paredes, Communications Officer USAID Africa on 8th March 2014
If you live in the Southeast region of the United States, next time you walk into a Whole Foods Market and pick out the perfect pineapple, your purchase could support a Ghanaian-based small business.
IWD 2014: An AIDS Vaccine as a Force for Women’s Equality
by Margaret G. McGlynn, President and CEO, the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative on 7th March 2014
We’ve come a long way in 104 years of marking International Women’s Day. But far too many women remain left
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Investing in Africa’s Future
by Morgan McClain-McKinney, Program Advisor USAID/AFR on 7th March 2014
With 200 million people aged between 15 and 24, Africa maintains the youngest population in the world. The current trend indicates that this population will double by 2050, according to an African Economic Outlook report, which aggregates data from several multilateral organizations including the African Development Bank and the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa.
Want to empower women in agriculture? Use technology.
by Giselle Aris, Senior Technical Advisor for Enterprise Development, Technology and Gender, Land O’Lakes International Development on 6th March 2014
It’s very difficult to effectively manage responsibilities if you have neither the authority over nor access to the required skills,
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