TechGirls Explore Technology in the United States

TechGirls Explore Technology in the United States

TechGirl participants were treated to a cutting-edge dose of digital development during their three-week visit in the United States.

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African Women Entrepreneurs Engaged by an Enriched Experience

African Women Entrepreneurs Engaged by an Enriched Experience

A group of African women entrepreneurs were enriched by a wealth of professional development meetings and networking opportunities during their visit to the United States.

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Exchange Alumni Partner with Kuwait Oil Company to Support Opportunities for Disabled Individuals

Exchange Alumni Partner with Kuwait Oil Company to Support Opportunities for Disabled Individuals

Exchange alumni Nora Al-Othman and Abdul Aziz Al-Mutairi pair partnered with Training Gate International (TG-I), a leading organization in assessing the needs of the disabled community in Kuwait, to organize a forum on disability issues in Ahmadi, Kuwait.

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Lebanese Fulbright Alumnus Honored by Temple University for Leadership in Interfaith Dialogue

Lebanese Fulbright Alumnus Honored by Temple University for Leadership in Interfaith Dialogue

As a Fulbright Scholar, Dr. Farhed worked with Temple University's Dialogue Institute on the 2008 Fulbright Interfaith Community Action Program to bring together ten religious leaders, scholars, and community leaders from Saudi Arabia, India, Israel, Indonesia, Pakistan, France, Malaysia, Lebanon, England, and Burkina Faso.

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Former NBA Players Promote Understanding in the Philippines

Former NBA Players Promote Understanding in the Philippines

U.S. Embassy Manila hosted two State Department Sports Envoys Allison Feaster, former player in the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA), and Derrick Alston, former player in the National Basketball Association (NBA).

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Access Alumni Serve as Interpreters During Medical Mission

Access Alumni Serve as Interpreters During Medical Mission

Through the Access alumni's interpretation services, medical volunteers were able to provide 1,600 Guatemalans with medication assistance.

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