October 19, 2021
Alisha Keirstead
Most of the world’s population lack access to trained mental health professionals. Alisha Keirstead shares how EDC is helping fill the void.
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March 18, 2020
The recent coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has led us to feel uncertainty in many areas; however, we can take actions to manage our emotions and protect our mental well-being during this time.
Jennifer Myers Heidi Kar
March 12, 2020
As colleges and universities move toward remote training options in an effort to curtail exposure to the coronavirus, I thought it would be timely to share some online training strategies we use at EDC.
Zoe Baptista
March 10, 2020
As a prevention practitioner who has worked in the substance misuse prevention field for over a decade, I am often surprised by how few coalitions include faith-based organizations (FBOs) among their strongest partners.
Benjamin Spooner
March 6, 2020
The USAID-funded Djiboutian Workforce Development Project (WFD) aims to reduce gender gaps and barriers through its workforce readiness programming.
Zahra Youssouf
March 5, 2020
Salma Agbdou joined ERSA, and through the program, she overcame her circumstances and is now affecting the lives of countless women living in similar conditions.
Josh Kinney
February 27, 2020
February 27 is Digital Learning Day, set aside “to actively spread innovative practices and ensure that all youth have access to high-quality digital learning opportunities no matter where they live.”
Erin Stafford Jacqueline Zweig
February 27, 2020
In support of Digital Learning Month (February) and Digital Learning Day (February 27), we share four elements that are central to effective digital learning.
Michelle Cerrone Naomi Hupert
February 24, 2020
The evidence is overwhelming that vaping isn’t safe. Yet current regulations fail to address critical factors that we know increase youth use—such as marketing that targets young people and the continued availability of vaping products that young people prefer.
Gisela Rots
February 18, 2020
Honduras is often known for its large youth population (42%) and for its high rates of violence. However, my experience there has given me a different perspective—one of creative, hardworking, and resilient individuals.
Cecilia La Torre Ramirez