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Advocating For a Better Economic Environment for Refugees

09.27.2021
Refugee youth in Kakuma Refugee camp embody the endurance of the human spirit. A study carried out by the International Financial Corporation (IFC) in 2018 took a unique look at Kakuma Refugee Camp and its hosting environment from a market point of view, and measured its cumulative annual economic ...

How COVID is Impacting Business Continuity Plans in East Africa

09.24.2021
East African SMEs’ Post-COVID Recovery: Exploring the Influence of Business Continuity Plans (BCPs) and the Role of Governments and Stakeholders East Africa is a younger region, with 80% of the population of 177 million people under the age of 35. Certain sectors in the region have demonstrate...

Getting to Know CIPE’s Paid Interns

09.05.2021
CIPE’s Internship Program provides university students and recent graduates the opportunity to get involved in international development. The program, usually offered each semester, had a brief hiatus in 2020 due to the pandemic but has since been revamped and brought back. To make the Interns...

CIPE Launches Youth Leadership Program

05.19.2021
More than a year into the COVID-19 pandemic, the struggle is far from over. That’s especially true in places that lack the resources and capacity to properly address the crisis. As the planet is rolling out vaccines, those without access may fall into extreme poverty, which is expected to reach 15...

Cut from the Same Cloth: Entrepreneurship in Guatemala

11.20.2019
The jacket had lived an entire existence before I even laid my eyes on it.  Threads of deep burgundy, coral and gold were transformed by hand into an elegant fabric in the western highlands of Guatemala.  It was cut and sewn, then cut and sewn again, into a magnificent jacket.  A few weeks later,...
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