Digital Revolution: The Future of Higher Education in Liberia
June 28, 2021
After decades of instability, how can Liberia build a 21st-century learning environment for its higher education institutions?
Cracking the Case to Strengthen Haiti’s Judicial System
October 28, 2020
Disorganized systems hindered the Haitian judiciary’s ability to effectively manage cases and curb corruption. USAID's Justice Sector Strengthening Program created a system to give judicial stakeholders the tools they need to help restore efficiency and build public confidence in the country's judiciary.
Youth Voices for Peace
August 12, 2019
In Colombia, hundreds of youth are reclaiming peace by promoting a culture of human rights in communities recovering from conflict.
Strengthening Children’s Rights Guarantees in Ukraine
December 19, 2018
Increasing the professional competency of judges and attorneys who handle juvenile delinquency cases is changing the way children are treated in Ukraine’s justice system.
A Roadmap to Reform
January 29, 2018
In Kosovo and Vietnam, the World Bank’s Doing Business Report is providing a framework that helps governments reshape the private sector’s role in advocating for and promoting economic growth.
A New Agricultural Extension Policy Takes Root in Uganda
January 15, 2018
When a farmer’s crop is being destroyed by pests or contaminated after harvest, who can she turn to for help? In Uganda, extension agents are becoming better prepared to provide farmers with answers.
The Path Toward Protected Rights in the West Bank
August 10, 2017
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.
Historic Policy Changes in Vietnam Extend Rights
February 17, 2017
As the Vietnamese economy continues to grow at a rapid pace, transgender groups are leveraging historic policy changes to break down barriers to opportunity.
Judging Justly: Ukraine’s Journey toward Judicial Reform
February 3, 2017
A judicial reform effort in Ukraine has built the foundation for a more accountable, transparent judiciary and restored public trust in government institutions.
Involving Local Communities in Kosovo’s Spatial Planning Efforts
May 13, 2016
With a new law in place, citizens in Kosovo are finding more opportunities to participate in discussions on how public spaces are designed and used.
From Policy to Practice: Exercising Gender-Equal Land Rights in Rwanda
March 11, 2016
With a communications campaign across four districts, Rwanda is raising public awareness of a key element of land reform — equal rights between men and women.