December 22, 2015
The Winter 2015 issue of DAI’s Developments newsletter is now available.
Leading off, Vanna Kruy describes how he developed an application—now with 300,000 downloads and counting—that enables Cambodians to use smartphones more easily using their native Khmer alphabet. Kruy took advantage of the resources provided at the 5D Lab, a community space opened in Phnom Penh by the U.S. Agency for International Development’s Development Innovations program.
Next up, Mark Rasmuson writes about an initiative in Danang, Vietnam, that enables more than 1,000 disabled children to attend schools where teachers and classrooms are now better equipped to meet their special needs.
In other articles:
Jordan continues to carry the burden of high unemployment rates among its young people—at 30 percent. The Fiscal Reform Project (FRP), funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development, supports young Jordanians, current students and recent graduates, through its Internship and Volunteer Program.Read More