On Saturday, February 13, as part of the New York Encounter, AVSI-USA sponsored an important event on the Read More »
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On Saturday, February 13, AVSI-USA and the New York Encounter presented "Not by Profit Alone," an online conversation Read More »
AVSI Brasil opens reception center in Brasília to host newly hired Venezuelan refugees and their families
The building will serve as temporary housing for people selected to work in Brazil's capital through the PRM-funded Read More »
We are talking on Skype. After all, I am in Washington DC, and she is in Kharkiv, Ukraine. Read More »
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From our graduating to resilience BLOG: "notes from the field"
Twenty-five farmers, including nineteen women, came together to cultivate crops in their “Bitojjo-Tukorenamani” which means “Let’s Work Hard” Farmer Field Business School. Before joining the school, their harvests...Read More
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