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Conservationists Learn From Ancient Tribal Customs in the Philippines

Documenting indigenous people’s traditions and culture has led to a more holistic approach to conserving a protected park in the Philippines. Read more

The Path Toward Protected Rights in the West Bank

Thanks to structured training, the West Bank family courts now constitute a powerful platform through which victims of gender-based violence can access services that more effectively address their needs. Read more

Three Million Trees in Haiti

On Earth Day, the Feed the Future Haiti Chanje Lavi Plantè project kicked off a tree-planting campaign to protect hillsides from erosion and safeguard farmers’ livelihoods. Read more

Radio Broadcasts for Agricultural Reform in Ghana

Through the Feed the Future Agriculture Policy Support Project, radio broadcasts empower Ghanaian farmers to advocate for agricultural reforms and engage district-level public officials. Read more

Closing the Gap in HIV

A new tool from the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), tested in Malawi and Zambia, brings the HIV landscape into focus by unearthing data to address current staffing challenges in HIV healthcare facilities. Read more

The Journey to Inclusive Finance in Afghanistan

With geographically far-reaching activities targeting rural citizens and women, the FAIDA program drastically improved Afghanistan’s financial landscape. Read more

Are Conservation and Economic Growth Conflicting Goals?

Chemonics’ experts discuss tools to measure the economic value of natural resources, how to share the costs of conservation between countries, and more. Read more

Trailblazers for Wildfire Preparedness in the Philippines

After a series of wildfires broke out in the Philippines, the B+WISER program is helping revamp the country’s approach to fire management. Read more

At Home in the Classroom

By integrating mother-tongue language instruction in primary schools, teachers are building a stronger foundation for young students in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Read more

Banking on Tourism in Jordan

With Sharia-compliant financing, small- and medium-sized tourism enterprises in Jordan can more easily access bank loans that are critical to economic growth. Read more

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