Sanitary Latrine and Filter Sales: Bringing Sanitation and Clean Water Products Together for Rural Cambodian Health

Made For Life consults with an iDE latrine business owner in Prey Veng Cambodia. Background In Cambodia, untreated water and lack of sanitation facilities cause up to 10 million cases of diarrhea and 10,000 deaths per year, mostly in rural areas among children under the age of five.[1] Open defecation

Webcast Playback: Diversity, Innovation, and Tri-Sector Partnership in Global Public Health

Today’s most pressing global public health challenges require truly global collaboration. What can the public, private, and social sectors do to ensure the most dynamic leaders are working together? Why is diversity vitally important in the workforce development and hiring process of global public health professionals? What competencies does the

Webcast Playback: Closing the Gap in Gender Equality

A dynamic community development program in rural Rajasthan, India is helping more girls get an education. Indigenous women in Guatemala are investing their incomes in their families for generations to come by purchasing property. Women in Afghanistan are empowered through involvement in agriculture value chains in order to improve the economic livelihood

Q&A: Cross-sector Collaboration Critical to Change at the Local Level in Ghana’s Oil and Gas Sector

By Ken McGhee The Ghana Supply Chain Development (SCD) Program, a special initiative of PYXERA Global and funded by USAID, works to improve the competitiveness of local small and medium enterprises (SMEs) operating in the oil and gas sector supply chain. Ken McGhee, Chief of Party for the SCD program,

Intern Spotlight: Laiyin Yuan

An Internship for Global Perspective It all started with a world map. When I first stepped into the PYXERA Global office, I saw a conference room with a large green world map painted on the wall. Hurrying to make myself look less disheveled after walking through the pouring rain, the

MBAs Without Borders Alumni Spotlight

  Manish Punjabi was a USAID Consultant for the Enterprise Development Project implemented by the Pragma Corporation. He provided technical assistance to enhance the competitiveness and managerial capabilities of small and medium-sized enterprises (SME’s) from August 2005 to July 2006 in Kazakhstan. Manish currently works as the Channel Marketing Manager – MEA and

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