SBAIC News

Juárez & Associates (J&A) joins winning consortium for new USAID YouthPower IDIQ

Mar 23, 2015

The Bureaus of Global Health (GH); Economic Growth, Education, and Environment (E3); and Democracy, Conflict, and Humanitarian Assistance (DCHA) recently announced the YouthPower (YP): Implementation IDIQ award, one of two linked IDIQs...

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Juarez & Associates to present at six sessions at CIES

Feb 26, 2015

Juarez & Associates' education experts from Guatemala, Jamaica, and the U.S. are joining USAID and other education researchers, practitioners, leaders and partners in Washington, DC for the 59th Annual...

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A Story Untold: Video Journalism Gives a Voice to Local Women Leaders

Feb 18, 2015
Cholpon Asakeeva

"Citizen Journalism is changing the world...

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SBAIC Welcomes Five New Members at February 2015 Member Meeting

Feb 2, 2015

SBAIC welcomes five new members at February 2015 member meeting

SBAIC is pleased to welcome five new members at our February 2015 member meeting, including three new full members and one new associate member listed below....

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SBAIC Member SSG Advisors Featured in the Stanford Social Innovation Review

Jan 5, 2015

As donors and host governments look for new, innovative solutions to global development challenges, Development Impact Bonds (DIBs), show tremendous potential.  These new, innovative finance mechanisms offer the opportunity to mobilize private...

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USAID WOSB Conference & SBAIC Member Success Story

Dec 16, 2014
By Jasmine Gould, Strategic Consulting Partners

In November 2014, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) hosted an event that was geared towards Women Owned Small Businesses (WOSB). The conference was full of many enthusiastic, capable, and innovative women and men who are ready...

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Better Health Outcomes Through Integration; Better Project Outcomes Through Learning and Adaptation

Dec 16, 2014
By Elizabeth Bassan, Pangora Group

To tackle unacceptably low literacy rates and rising new HIV infections, the Government of Uganda has embraced an innovative strategy that integrates mother tongue reading instruction through the third grade with health and HIV/AIDS education in...

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Ownership and Sustainability – The Foundation to Realizing Global Health

Dec 16, 2014
By Elvira Beracochea, Realizing Global Health

Numerous global health projects start well but the long-term results seldom live up to the good intentions.  The sad truth is, despite a huge influx of funds, many projects do not go beyond outputs and never actually improve the country’s health...

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