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MSI Celebrates International Women’s Day 2024

Facebook Linkedin Twitter Every year on March 8th, the global community celebrates International Women’s Day. MSI, A Tetra Tech Company, is proud to join this year’s celebration, which calls us to “Invest in women: Accelerate progress.” From Jordan and Sri Lanka to Indonesia, our projects are investing in women by supporting gender equality initiatives and […]

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Paving the Road to Tolerance in Indonesia

Facebook Linkedin Twitter https://youtu.be/O15Y8abzI5w In Indonesia, with support from the USAID-funded Harmoni project, the Dinas Pendidikan Kabupaten Sragen (Sragen District Education Office) developed a locally based and designed tolerance teaching curriculum for district junior high schools. Originally planned to be rolled out in 40 pilot schools, the results were so positive that the program was

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MSI and Resonance Support USAID’s Countering Transnational Corruption Grand Challenge for Development

Working alongside USAID and our major subcontractor, Resonance, an industry leader in open innovation, MSI will establish and adaptively manage a CTC Grand Challenge governance structure, as well as oversee the technical and co-creative design, implementation, monitoring, evaluation, and learning of various activities.

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Mobilizing Youth for Climate Change: Live from the UN Climate Change Conference of Youth

Facebook Linkedin Twitter On November 1st, Sharm El-Sheikh, the resort town between the desert of the Sinai Peninsula and the Red Sea, got ready to receive hundreds of young people from over 140 countries attending the 17th annual session of the United Nations Climate Change Conference of Youth (COY17). After months of preparations and repairs

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Fighting Corruption in the Midst of Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine

Facebook Linkedin Twitter Two years ago, many individuals could not have located Ukraine on a map. Today, names and images of small Ukrainian towns, progress and setbacks on the battlefield, and personal stories of displaced and devastated Ukrainian families are featured daily across newspapers, podcasts, social media, and television. Beside them are the dramatic stories

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Cleaning our Supply Chains: Can International Initiatives Make a Difference?

Facebook Linkedin Twitter Conflict minerals and blood diamonds, environmental degradation, illegal fishing and logging, and child labor and human trafficking in apparel, agriculture and other sectors are all issues that surface in global supply chains with devastating consequences for local communities. There’s also a growing awareness of the threat these issues place on global security,

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Learning from the Experts: Reflections on MSI’s Gender Equity and Inclusive Development Learning Session

Facebook Linkedin Twitter Because we integrate gender equity and inclusive development approaches throughout our work, at times we forget to step back and reflect on what is involved in this kind of integration. However, taking an intentional look at what we do, how we do it, and why we do it is important not only

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The Topsy Turvy World of Strategic Lawsuits

Facebook Linkedin Twitter Written by Robert Underwood and Meredith Clare Bambrick Strategic, or “impact” litigation, typically involves bringing a case to a legal authority to effectuate a broader change in society. In the United States, for example, the famous 1954 Supreme Court case of Brown vs. Board of Education declared state laws establishing separate public schools along racial

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Celebrating Women’s Participation in Local Peacebuilding in DRC

Facebook Linkedin Twitter This International Women’s Day, MSI is proud to celebrate women like Solange Luanda, who are actively participating in the peacebuilding process in their communities. Through the USAID-funded Solutions for Peace and Recovery (SPR) project, Management Systems International, a Tetra Tech company, built social cohesion through the inclusion of women and marginalized groups

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