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.
Empowering women and youth in Morocco
A nonprofit agency is working in Morocco to increase employment of women and youth in high-demand job sectors.
Women farmers in Togo find success working together
After struggling to find work, Anapidédé Kibandou Betema turned her garden into a business. See how the U.S. assists entrepreneurs.
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.
Young leaders promote democracy at home
Meet activists from Kenya and Estonia who are advancing democracy in their home countries after participating in a U.S.-backed program.
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.
African community leaders take home lessons from U.S.
The Community Engagement Exchange program provides emerging civil society leaders with the tools and resources they need to succeed.
Americans’ desire to learn Arabic continues
More American students are choosing to study Arabic. For World Arabic Language Day, we look at their experiences.