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Results are Tagged with "Sub-Saharan Africa"

Sharing Our Stories Through Dance

After more than a decade of war ravaged the village of Freetown in Sierra Leone, the infrastructure remains in ruins and the people now live with the physical and emotional scars of a country taken by violence.

No Longer Scared of Dreaming Big: March Madness Makes for an Empowering Experience

Belia was one of six female coaches to join 18 teenage girls from around the world for a multi-country basketball exchange.

Networking Opens Opportunities for Barbara Rwodzi of Zimbabwe

"Home visits were special. It is an opportunity to know other people and exchange cultures. There is lots of laughing."

Living as an American Teenager

Because of the YES Program I am confident now and I believe in myself.

Democratic Classrooms

Encouraging conversations and democratic classrooms in the Teaching Excellence and Achievement Program

Connecting Through Science

Randy French teaches middle school science in western New York State and recently travelled to Ghana with the Teachers for Global Classrooms program; where he spent a week at the Accra Girls school.

Commemorating World AIDS Day through Urban Art

Maxx Moses, a gifted graffiti muralist from New York, traveled to the city of Bulawayo Zimbabwe on an ECA sponsored Arts Envoy.

Dancing in the DRC

Carmen Nicole Smith travels with the State Department’s Dancing to Respect and embarks on a mission to empower the women of the DRC.

A Crash Course in American Media

Lamii Kpargoi’s long history of work and deep passion for the ideas of democracy and the rule of law led him to a Community Solutions Program exchange.

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