For civil servants at the Afghan Ministry of Agriculture in Kandahar, learning new skills was an eye-opening experience.
With robust training, a Cambodian NGO is transformed into a leader.
IESC has been awarded a new four-year, $20 million program in Tanzania that will help foster inclusive, broad-based economic growth.
At Mazatoo Food Production, sales have increased more than fivefold since the company received support from IESC's ABADE Program.
Earlier this month, IESC lost one of its founding partners, Jack N. Behrman, who died on August 19, 2016, at the age of 94.
When IESC turned 50 in 2014, we decided to take some time to reflect and to make some changes...
This May, IESC presented its annual awards at two ceremonies in Washington, DC, and Kabul, Afghanistan. Two volunteers and three staff members were recognized.
The two-year, $2.8 million program will draw on IESC’s half-century tradition of international volunteer expertise.