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The [USAID] redesign must not be used as a pretext to cut back our engagement or aid; neither should increased effectiveness and efficiency be used as an excuse for slashing resource levels. Rather, the guiding question for redesign efforts should be "How do we do more good work, more efficiently, and more sustainably?" ~ GreeneWorks joins colleagues in a statement to the US Agency for International Development about the Trump Administration's re-design. (full text)  


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          Building capacity to address gender and gender-based violence in HIV prevention in Mozambique: new from CEO Margaret Greene and colleagues
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At CSW 2017 GreeneWorks co-hosted  Pathways to Economic Justice for Adolescent Girls and Young Women (details + RSVP)
Watch the films, explore the findings from a perforum, where we engaged bodies & minds to explore the child marriage - control of girls' sexuality link 

Research on Child Marriage in 2016: What Did We Learn? GreeneWorks Meg Greene and Girls Not Brides Ellen Travers weigh in...

We make a million choices that are affecting the environment every day, and yet people don’t have the skills and understanding to do something about that. 
- Meg Greene shares her thoughts with  FP Voices, stories from people passionate about family planning, from K4Health + FP2020