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'Disability is not Inability' for Zimbabwean Fellow

“The message l am trying to portray and bring across is that disability is not inability,” said Samantha Nyereyemhuka of Zimbabwe, or Sam for short, who

Meet Mali's First Female Talk Show Host

“When I look around me, I realize people need education and motivation to change their lives for the best,” says Nana Diaby, an entrepreneur and the first-ever female Malian television ta

In Africa, the Fight for LGBT Rights Continues

In light of the United States Supreme Court decision to legalize same-sex marriage, it is important to remember that other nations around the world are still continuing in their fight for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) rights.

Send the Bill to the Dictator

Corruption is the enemy of development. Corrupt officials embezzle an estimated $1 trillion dollars from government coffers every year according to a Center for Strategic and International Studies’ 2014 report.

Two African Perspectives on MOOCs: AMDI Project Director Interview with Mandela Washington Fellows

Increasingly, universities, governments and the private sector are looking to online learning for its exciting potential to lower costs and help more people get the knowledge and skills they need to excel in today’s complex world.

Two African Perspectives on MOOCs: AMDI Project Director Interview with Mandela Washington Fellows

Increasingly, universities, governments and the private sector are looking to online learning for its exciting potential to lower costs and help more people get the knowledge and skills they need to excel in today’s complex world.

Fostering Sustainability, Governance in Zambia

In Zambia, wildlife is a major component of the natural resources that bring in tourism and revenue for communities - but with increasing sustainability concerns coupled with a high rate of poaching, the government's collaboration with the public

Fostering Sustainability, Governance in Zambia

In Zambia, wildlife is a major component of the natural resources that bring in tourism and revenue for communities - but with increasing sustainability concerns coupled with a high rate of poaching, the government's collaboration with the public

IREX Mourns Board Member Ed Fouhy

The IREX family mourns the death of Edward M. Fouhy, a former member and chairman of the IREX Board of Directors and a five-time Emmy Award-winning journalist.
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