Demonstrating the power of a free press
Several reporters from Africa recently visited the U.S. through the Murrow program to learn more about how independent media outlets operate.
Exchanging ideas to expand vocational education worldwide
College administrators from several nations visited the U.S. to exchange ideas about how to connect students to employers.
U.S. program connects, empowers entrepreneurs of African descent
Learn how the State Department's African Descendant Social Entrepreneurship Exchange links and supports people within the African diaspora.
Sewing culture into clothing in Papua New Guinea
Skills learned in the U.S. Academy for Women Entrepreneurs (AWE) are helping a designer in Papua New Guinea grow her clothing business.
How young scholars are shaping the Indo-Pacific
Dozens of young scholars from across the Indo-Pacific region are joining forces to find solutions to pressing challenges.
Creating sustainable styles in Iceland, Mexico
Learn how two alumnae of the U.S. government's Academy for Women Entrepreneurs are advancing environmentally friendly fashion.
How one African woman’s startup spurs new businesses
Thubelihle Ndlovu, who worked with the State Department's Academy for Women Entrepreneurs, helps women in Africa start businesses. Learn how.
A Zimbabwean farmer gets ahead with STEM mentoring
Meet a TechWomen alumna who sees the connection between small farms and the wider community needs of food and economic sufficiency.
City leaders pledge to strengthen democracy
City leaders from around the world, from Argentina to South Africa, exchanged ideas about strengthening democracy.