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October 31, 2013

Working to halt the spread of HIV in Ukraine

Ukraine has been making notable strides in counseling, testing, and treatment of people living with HIV/AIDS, but more effort is needed to reach out to vulnerable groups, including intravenous drug users and sex workers, to reduce the number of new HIV cases in the Eastern European country.

October 25, 2013

SEA Change synthesis report

Climate change represents one of the most formidable and real challenges facing the globe.

July 9, 2013

South Sudan's independence: two years later

Today, South Sudanese around the world celebrate another day of their independence after decades of war and struggle.

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June 27, 2013

President Obama's visit to Africa

U.S. President Obama may be visiting Tanzania next Monday for his first time while in office, but his administration has already been here more than three years, working with Pact to help Tanzania’s at-risk children to break the cycle of poverty and disease.

June 24, 2013

Sajhadari Bikaas –Partnership for Development. USAID/Pact Nepal

On June 14, I visited a Mobile Service Camp inKohalpur located outside of Nepalgunj, in the Western Terai near the Indian border, where Pact has its main office in Nepal.

June 10, 2013

Union minister visits USAID project site

Pact Myanmar hosted a visit by H.E. Dr. Daw Myat Myat Ohn Khin, Union Minister of Social Welfare, to Kan Taw village in Pakokku Township. The visit marked the first for a cabinet-level official to a Pact project site since Pact began operations in the country in 1997.

Young woman in Myanmar
June 5, 2013

New video: Chevron + Pact empowering communities

In 2003 in Myanmar, one of the poorest nations on the planet, Chevron and Pact made the impractical decision to go to work in partnership to do the right thing: Help impoverished villages build their own solutions to widespread health problems that snuffed out babies’ lives, stunted lifespans and robbed people of their dignity and promise.

May 2, 2013

In South Sudan, mobile data flows despite rain

The rains have started in South Sudan. They are early this year in the southern part of the country. While the rains bode well for agriculture in this new nation recovering from years of war and conflict, rain affects the ability to travel, implement projects and share information.

May 1, 2013

Interaction Forum 2013

I was a panelist on a workshop session Tuesday, April 30, discussing whether U.S.-based NGOs should join the open data movement that many donors and European NGOs have already signed on to. The International Accountability and Transparency Initiative (IATI) provides guidelines and standards for publishing data on international aid.

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