1. PhD Scholar- Afshan Huma

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    Afshan Huma is among the four young Pakistani scholars who recently returned after completing their doctoral studies in the United States. These scholars are part of a USAID-funded scholarship program that sent 34 Pakistani students to complete doctoral studies in the United States.

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    • Women Empowerment

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      The Entrepreneurs Project has expanded market opportunities for micro-entrepreneurs, especially women. The project has worked through local private sector entities, government, and non-governmental organizations to provide training and link entrepreneurs in the hand embellished fabrics, dairy, honey and medicinal/aromatic plants sectors to markets nationwide, increasing sales and profits. This video is featuring a female entrepreneur who was trained under the hand embellished initiative and now is successfully running her own small business.

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      • Dnet Aponjon

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        Dnet Aponjon Client: US-Aid Video Type: Animation Concept, Scripting, Production & Post Production by Maverick Studios maverickbd.com

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        • Facing Justice - Episode 53 (covering ECCC proceedings 2 - 6 February 2015)

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          This is the 53rd episode of a series of weekly TV reports about the proceedings in the second Khmer Rouge trial. It was first broadcast on CTN on Monday 9 February 2015. A total of 16 new programs (episodes 38 – 53) were sponsored by USAID (the US Agency for International Development) in a two-year project aimed at aiding National Reconciliation. Episode 53 covers the fourth week of the new part of the second trial, 'Case 002/02' - from Monday 2 to Friday 6 February. Nuon Chea and Khieu Samphan, two leading members of the Khmer Rouge regime (in power from 1975 to 1979), are accused of a multitude of atrocious crimes. The charges are related to ‘Genocide’ - against Chams and Vietnamese; the treatment of Buddhists, ‘Forced Marriages and Rape’, ‘Internal Purges’ and the targeting of former Khmer Republic officials. Episodes 38 to 46 covered the end of the first part of the second trial – Case 002/01: 'Closing Statements'; the verdicts and sentences; legal and the public’s reactions to the outcome in this trial. The two leaders had been found guilty of Crimes Against Humanity including the forced evacuation of people from cities and the murder of officials and soldiers of the previous Lon Nol regime. They were given life sentences. Ep 47 was the first of three ‘thematic’ programs on issues arising during proceedings. It covered the structure of the Khmer rouge hierarchy. Episode 48 covered the KR’s forced population evacuations of Cambodian cities. Episode 49 covered the details of reparations requested by Civil Parties and granted by the Court. Episodes 50-52 covered the first three weeks of the new part of the second trial. The trial, held under the auspices of the ECCC (Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia) is currently taking place in a courtroom just outside Cambodia's capital, Phnom Penh. The court is a hybrid tribunal which applies both International and Cambodian law to try the alleged crimes of the defendants - Nuon Chea ('Brother Number Two'), Khieu Samphan (Head of State). Ieng Thirith (Social Affairs Minister) was declared unfit to stand trial early in the proceedings. Ieng Sary (Foreign Minister) who was also facing charges died a few months ago. 'Facing Justice', shown on Cambodia's top TV channel (CTN), presents a summary of the courtroom's highlights. In addition, the show provides straightforward explanations to help its 85% rural audience understand the complex legal issues likely to arise as this important trial proceeds. Partners in the project include Khmer Mekong Films and the Asian International Justice Initiative (AIJI), a joint project of the East-West Center in Honolulu, Hawaii, and the WSD HANDA Center for Human Rights and International Justice at Stanford University. The USAID programs will later be screened in villages across the country – used as outreach material to aid national reconciliation. Previous sponsors of ‘Facing Justice’ were the US Department of State and the German Embassy, Phnom Penh. 'Time for Justice’, programs covering Case 001 - the trial of Kaing Guek Eav, alias Duch (in charge of the Khmer Rouge S-21 interrogation center), was covered by 28 similar TV programs, sponsored by the British Embassy, Phnom Penh. Copyright East-West Center 2015

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          • Rice Farming in Tanzania

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            This video focuses on the success story for Evodius, a rice farmer in Tanzania who benefited from the assistance of USAID's Feed the Future program. Many thanks to Jordan Gantz Creative for inviting me to help to tell this story.

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            • Facing Justice - Episode 52 (covering ECCC proceedings 26 - 29 January 2015)

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              This is the 52nd episode of a series of weekly TV reports about the proceedings in the second Khmer Rouge trial. It was first broadcast on CTN on Monday 2 February 2015. A total of 16 new programs (episodes 38 – 53) have been sponsored by USAID (the US Agency for International Development) in a two-year project aimed at aiding National Reconciliation. Episode 52 covers the third week of the new part of the second trial, 'Case 002/02' - from Monday 26 to Thursday 29 January. Nuon Chea and Khieu Samphan, two leading members of the Khmer Rouge regime (in power from 1975 to 1979), are accused of a multitude of atrocious crimes. The charges are related to ‘Genocide’ - against Chams and Vietnamese; the treatment of Buddhists, ‘Forced Marriages and Rape’, ‘Internal Purges’ and the targeting of former Khmer Republic officials. Episodes 38 to 46 covered the end of the first part of the second trial – Case 002/01: 'Closing Statements'; the verdicts and sentences; legal and the public’s reactions to the outcome in this trial. The two leaders had been found guilty of Crimes Against Humanity including the forced evacuation of people from cities and the murder of officials and soldiers of the previous Lon Nol regime. They were given life sentences. Ep 47 was the first of three ‘thematic’ programs on issues arising during proceedings. It covered the structure of the Khmer rouge hierarchy. Episode 48 covered the KR’s forced population evacuations of Cambodian cities. Episode 49 covered the details of reparations requested by Civil Parties and granted by the Court. Episodes 50 & 51 covered the first two weeks of the new part of the second trial The trial, held under the auspices of the ECCC (Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia) is currently taking place in a courtroom just outside Cambodia's capital, Phnom Penh. The court is a hybrid tribunal which applies both International and Cambodian law to try the alleged crimes of the defendants - Nuon Chea ('Brother Number Two'), Khieu Samphan (Head of State). Ieng Thirith (Social Affairs Minister) was declared unfit to stand trial early in the proceedings. Ieng Sary (Foreign Minister) who was also facing charges died a few months ago. 'Facing Justice', shown on Cambodia's top TV channel (CTN), presents a summary of the courtroom's highlights. In addition, the show provides straightforward explanations to help its 85% rural audience understand the complex legal issues likely to arise as this important trial proceeds. Partners in the project include Khmer Mekong Films and the Asian International Justice Initiative (AIJI), a joint project of the East-West Center in Honolulu, Hawaii, and the WSD HANDA Center for Human Rights and International Justice at Stanford University. The USAID programs will later be screened in villages across the country – used as outreach material to aid national reconciliation. Previous sponsors of ‘Facing Justice’ were the US Department of State and the German Embassy, Phnom Penh. 'Time for Justice’, programs covering Case 001 - the trial of Kaing Guek Eav, alias Duch (in charge of the Khmer Rouge S-21 interrogation center), was covered by 28 similar TV programs, sponsored by the British Embassy, Phnom Penh. Copyright East-West Center 2015

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              • Video documental sobre la experiencia de prevención de la violencia de la Municipalidad de Cartago, Costa Rica.

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                DE LA SERIE: EXPERIENCIAS DE CASOS EXITOSOS EN LA PREVENCION DE LA VIOLENCIA EN LOS MUNICIPIOS DE CENTRO AMERICA Video documental que trata de la Experiencia de Prevención de la Violencia de la Municipalidad de Cartago, Costa Rica, filmado en el año 2014 por el Programa Alianzas Municipales para la Prevención de la Violencia en América Central, AMUPREV, financiado por USAID e implementado por ICMA.

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                • The Theory Behind the Approach - Women’s Economic Empowerment in Inclusive Market Systems Development

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                  This webinar examined examine the implications for women’s economic empowerment in inclusive market development based on a paper released by the USAID Leveraging Economic Opportunities project, presented by the report’s authors. An expert commentator from the International Labour Organization then discussed potential implications, followed by an ample question and answer session. Immediately after the webinar, the e-discussion on women’s economic empowerment in inclusive market development kicked off on EmpowerWomen.org to continue the conversation. The experts from the webinars will be answering any pending questions. This webinar is part of the learning series "From Theory to Practice: Women's Economic Empowerment in Inclusive Market Systems Development," in partnership with UN Women. Learn more about the series and other upcoming events here.

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                  • Mafia Needs Your Help - Heel Her Pain With Your Donations

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                    A poor, needy and deserving patient Mafia needs your help. 2 years ago she was living a normal life, but one day, suddenly she felt pain in the upper area of her backbone and since then she is bearing this pain. Now major Orthopedic surgery is required to bring her back to normal life. She came to Transparent Hands as she was unable to bear this severe pain now. Her eyes are reflecting it clearly and asking for help loudly. Donate for her with Transparent Hands. Let's spread smiles together.

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                    • Facing Justice - Episode 51 (covering ECCC proceedings 21 - 23 January 2015)

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                      This is the 51st episode of a series of weekly TV reports about the proceedings in the second Khmer Rouge trial. It was first broadcast on CTN on Monday 26 January 2015. A total of 16 new programs (episodes 38 – 53) have been sponsored by USAID (the US Agency for International Development) in a two-year project aimed at aiding National Reconciliation. Episode 51 covers the second week of the new part of the second trial, 'Case 002/02' - from Wednesday 21 to Friday 23 January. Nuon Chea and Khieu Samphan, two leading members of the Khmer Rouge regime (in power from 1975 to 1979), are accused of a multitude of atrocious crimes. The charges are related to ‘Genocide’ - against Chams and Vietnamese; the treatment of Buddhists, ‘Forced Marriages and Rape’, ‘Internal Purges’ and the targeting of former Khmer Republic officials. Episodes 38 to 46 covered the end of the first part of the second trial – Case 002/01: 'Closing Statements'; the verdicts and sentences; legal and the public’s reactions to the outcome in this trial. The two leaders had been found guilty of Crimes Against Humanity including the forced evacuation of people from cities and the murder of officials and soldiers of the previous Lon Nol regime. They were given life sentences. Episode 47 was the first of three ‘thematic’ programs on issues arising during proceedings. It covered the structure of the Khmer rouge hierarchy. Episode 48 covered the KR’s forced population evacuations of Cambodian cities. Episode 49 covered the details of reparations requested by Civil Parties and granted by the Court. Episode 50 covered the start of the new part of the second trial Later episodes will report on the issues involved, any appeals and their outcomes. The trial, held under the auspices of the ECCC (Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia) is currently taking place in a courtroom just outside Cambodia's capital, Phnom Penh. The court is a hybrid tribunal which applies both International and Cambodian law to try the alleged crimes of the defendants - Nuon Chea ('Brother Number Two'), Khieu Samphan (Head of State). Ieng Thirith (Social Affairs Minister) was declared unfit to stand trial early in the proceedings. Ieng Sary (Foreign Minister) who was also facing charges died a few months ago. 'Facing Justice', shown on Cambodia's top TV channel (CTN), presents a summary of the courtroom's highlights. In addition, the show provides straightforward explanations to help its 85% rural audience understand the complex legal issues likely to arise as this important trial proceeds. Partners in the project include KMF (Khmer Mekong Films), AIJI (Asian International Justice Initiative), East-West Center, Honolulu, Hawaii and the WSD HANDA Center for Human Rights and International Justice, Stanford University. The USAID programs will later be screened in villages across the country – used as outreach material to aid national reconciliation. Previous sponsors of ‘Facing Justice’ were the US Department of State and the German Embassy, Phnom Penh. 'Time for Justice’, programs covering Case 001 - the trial of Kaing Guek Eav, alias Duch (in charge of the Khmer Rouge S-21 interrogation center), was covered by 28 similar TV programs, sponsored by the British Embassy, Phnom Penh. Copyright East-West Center 2015

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