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A partnership between Carnegie Hall and EDC is helping music students develop a solid foundation.
Teaching low-income students about sustainable or green technologies can also help them discover a future career path in an emerging field.
As people live longer, more older adults and families need support to cope with depression, end-of-life care, and other challenges of aging.
In Vietnam, peer support groups are helping to combat the country’s heroin problem and HIV/AIDS epidemic.
Teens in Metrowest Boston are using social media tools such as Facebook to reduce underage drinking.
“We don’t want kids to be quiet as they listen to stories,” says EDC’s Cindy Hoisington as she describes how to build literacy among young readers.
With support from EDC’s Garissa Youth Project, hundreds of young people in Kenya prepare to enter the workforce.
An interactive radio program in Zanzibar is part of a plan to improve preschools across the nation.
Ongoing conflict in the region caused many South Sudanese adults to miss out a formal education as children. An interactive radio instruction is now bringing learning to life for them.
Amy Aparicio Clark visited Brawley, California, to get feedback on El sexo puede esperar (Saving Sex for Later), a program that promotes positive
parenting practices among families with young adolescents.
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