on-the-ground development services and forging partnerships to deliver sustainable
solutions to global challenges.
On paper, Jordan scores an A+ in educating its population, about 42 percent of whom are under 14 years old. The kingdom offers free primary and secondary schooling, and attendance is compulsory until age 15. Learn More...
Marrakech, Morocco—During the past 15 years, the use of child labor has decreased in Morocco due in large part to concerted government funding, legislation and programming to reach the most vulnerable families and children. Learn More...
Tailor-made, performance-oriented human & institutional solutionsLEARN MORE >
Building more resilient communities and more inclusive economiesLEARN MORE >
Engaging communities to establish safe environments for learning and healingLEARN MORE >
Promoting credible, inclusive and peaceful electoral processesLEARN MORE >
Promoting gender equity and enhancing women’s empowermentLEARN MORE >
Empowering civil society and shaping effective, accountable governmentsLEARN MORE >
Ensuring youth develop foundational life skills with access to critical health servicesLEARN MORE >
Improving student learning through equitable access to quality educationLEARN MORE >
Supporting conflict-affected communities from stabilization to long-term developmentLEARN MORE >
Mitigating causes of conflict, terrorism and unstable environmentsLEARN MORE >
Providing viable alternatives for at-risk youth in conflict-affected environmentsLEARN MORE >
Vote fraud is like a cancerous growth that will spread throughout the system and ultimately affect a state’s governance. If vote fraud is the disease, then the cure is creating and sustaining functioning electoral integrity systems that prevent, mitigate and deter vote fraud. Learn More...