LOWO is an innovative method for creating community conversation, sharing, and attitude change about Family Planning and Reproductive Health in international development settings. The method is spearheaded by Jane Boorstein, a member of the Board of Trustees of IIRR and Director of the Partnership for Sustainable Families and Communities.
You can click here to see a video summarizing the lecture she gave at Columbia Teachers College on the Learning Our Way Out Program.
You can also read a really great article about Jane that was featured on the Columbia Teacher’s College website.
Perhaps it is the Geography-lover in me, but I find this map fascinating!
See where food aid is being provided and by which organizations.
(The list is not definitive. Only InterAction members are listed which excludes many small organizations).
It appears that the countries with the most food aid projects are Bangladesh, Haiti, and Ghana.
You can click on the country to see details about the projects underway by the different organizations.