How do vulnerable youth from high-crime areas in El Salvador find jobs in the formal labor market? Through innovative workforce and positive youth development programs that target the harsh realities of these youth. In El [...]
How Does HUD’s Environmental Review Process Ensure Projects Will Not Have a Negative Impact on the Environment?
HUD’s environmental review process (24 CFR Part 58) is a major cross-cutting requirement for providing federal grants and future projects. It conforms to the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), which requires federal agencies to comply [...]
An inclusive festival "We need each other" held at the Minsk Zoo in Belarus co-organized by the zoo, the Belarusian Association of Assistance for Children and Young People with Disabilities (BelAPDIiMI) and Adventist Development and Relief Agency International (ADRA). BelAPDIiMI archive.
Inclusive Data Collection Strategies Elevating the Voices of Marginalized Populations Around the World
Are governments and programs around the world making decisions based on incomplete data collection strategies that are not inclusive of disadvantaged and marginalized populations such as women, youth, and persons with disabilities? Failing to take [...]
By the end of March 2020, it was clear COVID-19 was spreading rapidly throughout the country. People experiencing homelessness, who tend to have higher rates of chronic illness, were at higher risk of contracting serious [...]
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to disrupt most face-to-face professional trainings, many organizations are now acknowledging that they must view remote learning as more than a temporary measure. For them, and for those organizations that [...]
The latest photo essay focuses on Lyman Terrace in the historic town of Holyoke, Massachusetts. Built in 1939, Lyman Terrace is one of the oldest public housing projects in the country, located in downtown Holyoke just one block from City Hall.