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This information was provided by Counterpart International. In July 1997 Counterpart hosted a delegation of NGO leaders from Kazakstan and Kyrgyzstan for a month. These organizations are eager to network and develop on-going partnerships with interested organizations in the West. A brief agenda of their visit is listed below. Their interests include unemployed, disabled, entrepreneurship, and community development.
- Metro Area Re-employment Center (July 7th, meet with staff members),
- MARC (July 8th, visit Jurisdiction Site),
- MARC (July 9th, visit State Site),
- MARC (July 10th, meet with people),
- MARC (July 11th, visit Federal Career Transition Centers),
- Aspen Institute - Self-Employment Project (July 14th, half day),
- National Coalition for Community Economic Development (July 14th, half day),
- Marshall Heights CDC (July 15th),
- George Washington University Career Center (July 16th, half day),
- Suited for Change (July 16th, half day),
- Genesis Jobs in Baltimore (July 17th),
- Goodwill Institute (July 18th)
Counterpart International, Project Director: Joel Levin.
A print version of much of the information contained in this Central Asian Third Sector Organizations section can be found in Civil Society in Central Asia (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1999).
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