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By Joan Hanawi I first went to Ecuador in 2011 and became completely enthralled with the country. As a young high school graduate, I marveled

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By Hilary Gilbert and Mohammed Khedr al Jebaali Since its founding in 2006, the Community Foundation for South Sinai (the  mo’assessa) had been providing small grants

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By Tanya Cothran When it comes to international development, too often information, ideas and technology flow in one direction: from the United States to other

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By Rachel Jansen and Ashley Good It is painful to acknowledge when we don’t meet our goals and objectives and, particular to the international development

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By Michelle Newman Brady I recently attended the Alleviating Poverty Through Entrepreneurship (APTE) Summit in Columbus, Ohio.  The gathering  focused around the idea that creative

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By Jeremy King As a U.S. Peace Corps Volunteer in Puyo, Ecuador from 2007-2009, I learned fairly quickly that there were some serious flaws in how

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By Mary Fifield On Thanksgiving Day I was flying to South Africa for an international gathering organized by the Global Fund for Community Foundations. It

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By Susan Studer King How do you define “success” in an international development project? Anyone that’s spent much time doing this type of work has

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