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Integrated Pest Management for Specific Products

One of the challenges in Timor-Leste is the ability of farmers to manage the pest and disease challenges to crop production, and to understand and manage the costs and benefits of those management options. Therefore improving farmer skills in managing pests and disease by considering health and the environment alongside increased yields and cost efficiency…


DREAMS: Reducing HIV infections among adolescent girls and young women

Many adolescent girls and young women lack a full range of opportunities and are too often devalued because of gender bias, leading them to be seen as unworthy of investment or protection. Social isolation, economic disadvantage, discriminatory cultural norms, orphanhood, gender-based violence, and school drop-out all contribute to girls’ vulnerability to HIV. The DREAMS program…


Sidekim Foods “English for Success!”

In Massachusetts, more than one-third of the state’s 3.2 million workers do not have the skills required to perform in the state’s rapidly changing economy and need adult basic education services. World Education's collaboration with Sidekim Foods in Lynn, MA is bridging that gap for the workers at Sidekim Foods through on-site English language classes….


LINCS Professional Development Center

The LINCS Professional Development Center provides technical assistance to states’ adult education professional development systems to meet requirements under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA); offers high-quality, evidence-based instructional resources through the LINCS Resource Collection; and facilitates professional development training opportunities for adult educators. This project is in partnership with Manhattan Strategy Group.


English Now!

Many immigrants who want to study English can't. Funding for adult education classes is limited, so programs that offer English as a second language (ESL) classes are often full and can’t always offer seats to all who need one. Many programs have anywhere from 60 to 600 adults on a waiting list for English classes…


Out-of-School Migrant Youth Education

World Education, Inc. continues to guide the pilot implementation of mentoring programs in a subset of the Graduation and Outcomes for Success for Out-of-School Youth's (GOSOSY) Consortium’s 17 member states, utilizing, adapting, and customizing the mentoring model framework and resources from the Mentoring Toolkit. The year-one pilot states include Massachusetts, North Carolina, Nebraska, and Tennessee….


Prabasiko Sath

Each day 1,500-2,000 individuals leave Nepal for labor migration. The majority of migrants are young men who have dropped out of school; however, there is a small but increasing number of women who also migrate for foreign employment. Migration brings with it the promise of better jobs and salaries, but also the risk of abuse…


Integrated School Project on Clean Cook Energy (INSPOCCE)

In Ghana, according to the WHO, over 13,000 deaths occur each year as a result of exposure to household air pollution (HAP) or indoor air pollution (IAP) and more than 21 million people are impacted by exposure to HAP each year. To address Ghana's long-standing energy challenge and build on new opportunities for transforming the…


Together to End Violence Against Women (TEVAW)

Women in Tanzania suffer alarming rates of intimate partner violence that has detrimental effects on mental and physical health including an increased risk of HIV infection. Approximately one half (52.3% of male respondents and 58.3% of female respondents) in a 2011 study thought it was acceptable for a husband to beat his wife under certain…


Expanded Integrated Management of Pediatric AIDS Care and Treatment (IMPACT)

There are an estimated 1.6 million Zimbabweans living with HIV, over 150,000 of whom are children below 15 years old. Mother-to-child transmission accounts for virtually all new HIV infections among infants in Zimbabwe, with children becoming HIV-positive from their mothers during pregnancy, birth, or breastfeeding. In order to stimulate demand for and improve access to…


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