New Partnerships in FY12
During FY2012, HED launched 11 new partnerships in 15 countries with new award amounts totaling more than $12 million.
In some countries, women’s participation in tackling these development challenges has not been readily acknowledged or apparent. In Ethiopia, the women involved in one Africa–U.S. Higher Education Initiative partnership are poised to change that.
Thanks to a new Career Center at the University of Mentouri in Constantine, Algeria, Boutadjine Bilel graduated and went straight to work at his dream job. He is now an engineer for an industrial company in the petroleum sector.
Sub-Saharan Africa Higher Education Leadership Development (SAHEL) Study Report (2013)
Higher Education for Development, through funding from the United States Agency for International Development, commissioned a study by the Association of African Universities to map a strategy for institutional capacity building in senior and middle level management and leadership for sub-Saharan African higher education institutions. Learn more about The Sub-Saharan Africa Higher Education Leadership Development (SAHEL) Study Report.
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- U.S.-Tunisia Higher Education Initiative Offers New Beginning for Local Communities ›
- State Department Higher Education Partnership Promotes Cleaner Production across the Americas ›