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4 May 2022
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What Does Successful Co-Creation Look Like in Honduras?

Using co-creation and engaging citizens, businesses, and government entities in a market systems approach is essential to designing better projects.

26 Apr 2022
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How Dexis is Working Toward a More Engaged, Happier & Productive Workforce

Dexis' Vice President of People & Culture shares her thoughts about the organization's path ahead.

9 Mar 2022
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Learning Opportunities for a Former Teacher: Jennifer’s Story

In the third of a three-part series, Dexis shares stories from staff who think critically and embrace big challenges, all while embodying the Dexis values of ingenuity, integrity, and investment in people.

23 Feb 2022
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Why on Earth Did Dexis Hire Me? Oh, Now I Get It: Idra’s Story

In the second of a three-part series, Dexis shares stories from staff who think critically and embrace big challenges, all while embodying the Dexis values of ingenuity, integrity, and investment in people.

14 Feb 2022
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Adhocracy, not Bureaucracy: Rachel’s Story

In the first of a three-part series, Dexis shares stories from staff who think critically and embrace big challenges, all while embodying the Dexis values of ingenuity, integrity, and investment in people.

16 Dec 2021
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Q&A with Rachel Burger, Dexis’ Intern for the Center for Global Security and Stabilization

Rachel Burger joined Dexis in September 2021 as the Intern for Dexis’ Center for Global Security and Stabilization. The Center advances Dexis’ goals in supporting its clients and partners with timely expertise, knowledge, and new programming in fragile states and communities in transition.

8 Dec 2021
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Democratic Fundamentals: Youth Engagement in Serbia

In Serbia, Dexis worked with participating student parliaments to organize a process that allowed students to suggest potential projects that could be funded from the local budget.

1 Dec 2021
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Fighting Femicide: Making Courts Work for Women

In Guatemala, Dexis supports counterpart efforts to bring justice to women victims of femicide and other forms of gender-based violence through the USAID Justice and Transparency Project.

16 Nov 2021
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Justice and Gender Rights in Mali: One Paralegal’s Story

While U.S. national security policy pivots towards near-peer competition and away from decades-long focus on violent extremist organizations (VEOs), the threat from VEOs remains viable. And few countries of scale represent what could happen if focus is weakened.