Pagoda in Bagan, Myanmar (2017 IARD trip)

Credit: Kevin Pritts

IARD students in India, 2014

Ronnie Coffman, right, Director of International Programs

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International Programs

IP-CALS Seminar Series: February 21, 2018

Participatory Water Governance – Impact of decentralization on water management in Honduras
Fawzia Tarannum, Hubert H Humphrey Fellow
Water governance is one of the most critical areas in sustainable water management and determines the equity and efficiency in water distribution. It determines who gets the water, when and how and who has the right to water and related services. Honduras, the second poorest country in Central America was devastated by Hurricane Mitch in 1998, which destroyed the rural water supply systems.

Complete IP-CALS Seminar Series, Spring 2018

 

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New York youth shine at World Food Prize

Nov 5, 2017
Student delegates from the New York Youth Institute traveled to the World Food Prize to meet with WFP laureates, former presidents, world leaders and students from across the U.S.  Read more