In Senegal, at Bembey University we will launch a higher education agreement with Fairfield University. This new partnership between the United States and Senegal seeks to introduce a service learning model to support health education for middle school students and teacher training in educational technology.
In Egypt, as part of the Improving the Performance of Nurses in Upper Egypt (IPN) project, we will hold the first networking meeting for participating nurses from Qena hospitals.
In Indonesia, we will be sending thirteen students for studies at Georgia State University (GSU) to earn Masters in Applied Economics with a focus on fiscal policy. Most of the students come from the Government of Indonesia’s Fiscal Policy Office of the Ministry of Finance and have spent the last year studying at Gadjah Mada University (GMU) in Yogyakarta to improve their knowledge of this complex issue.