SBAIC News

The Challenge of Reforming Customs in Bangladesh

May 18, 2016
IBI

"Customs and trade reform are a critical part of increasing economic growth, but they are also areas that people generally know very little about," begins Glenn Mackenzie-Frazer, Chief of Party for USAID Bangladesh Trade Facilitation Activity (...

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Meet the newest members of the SBAIC Executive Committee

Apr 28, 2016

Janel Poché and Shelley Spencer have recently joined Chair Carlos Rivera and Treasurer Carol Yee on the SBAIC Executive Committee.

Janel Poché has transitioned into the role of SBAIC’s Vice Chair after having served from 2012-2015 as Co-...

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SBAIC welcomes 6 new members at April 2016 member meeting

Apr 5, 2016
Janel Poche, J&A (SBAIC Vice Chair/Membership Committee Co-Chair)

SBAIC is a membership forum...

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NRCE wins USAID/SENEGAL Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Project

Mar 17, 2016
Dr. Woldezion Mesghinna, NRCE President and Principal Engineer

Natural Resources Consulting Engineers, Inc., (NRCE) is very pleased to announce the recent contract award by USAID for the Projet Assainissement - Changement de Comportement et Eau pour le Senegal (ACCES) in Senegal, which comes under...

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Juarez & Associates to present at eight sessions at CIES

Mar 3, 2016
Janel Hoppes Poche, Juarez & Associates

Juárez & Associates (J&A) is excited to be joining USAID and other education researchers, practitioners, leaders and...

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Women Rising in Asia

Feb 29, 2016
By: Julia A. Wilson, CEO, Wilson Global Communications LLC

In 1985, when the British pop duo, The Eurythmics, teamed with American soul icon Aretha Franklin in a spirited rendition of “Sisters Are Doin’ It For Themselves,” little did any of them suspect they were singing a song that could resonate as a...

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Maximizing Program Impact through Sustainability

Feb 29, 2016
By Darius Li, SSG Advisors

As with all USAID projects, funding for USAID’s Private Financing Advisory Network-Asia (PFAN-Asia) is time-limited. Generally, these projects last between three-five years and when funding ends, so too does the activities and associated impact....

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