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Students from Eastern Partnership European School Scholarship Programme no longer have to live in temporary accommodations. Now they have a space of their own to call home while studying.
About 65 students from six Eastern Partnership countries study, relax and work together in Tbilisi, Georgia – and dream of having an impact on the world.
Access to a high-quality education isn’t always a given – for many students, opportunities to further their education are limited. But not for these students in Tbilisi, Georgia.
Location or economic resources often limit educational opportunities. A scholarship programme is helping change that for students in the Eastern Partnership countries.
Access: That one word means a lot when it’s no longer possible.
Decades of instability have caused untold suffering for people across the Central African Republic.
Decades of instability have caused untold suffering for people across the Central African Republic. In the first of a two-part series, we explore how a cash transfer programme is helping to improve living conditions and reduce poverty.
Decades of instability have caused untold suffering for people across the Central African Republic. In the second of a two-part series, we explore how improving infrastructure is helping connect communities.
Four hours northwest of Guatemala City, amid the Western Highlands and at the foot of the Santa María volcano, lies the country’s second largest city Quetzaltenango – or as it is more commonly known, Xela, derived from its old Mayan name, Xelajú.
How fighting corruption and strengthening procurement capacities is bringing improved public healthcare for millions of people across Guatemala – and reaching those that need it most.
While the people of Guatemala have universal access to healthcare, needs are not always met. Guatemala’s public healthcare system is challenged with limited resources, an increasing number of patients, high medical and treatment costs, and poor infrastructure.
Luisa Esperanza Ordóñez Gómez lives in the small town of Cipresales, located two hours from the city of Quetzaltenango, Guatemala with her parents, grandparents and other relatives. The Ordóñez family belongs to the Mam indigenous community – a Mayan group that lives in southeastern Mexico and Guatemala.