News and Events
Yogesh Ghore (Senior Program Staff) is in northern Ghana, where for the past week he has been meeting with Coady partners and graduates in the region.read more
We are pleased to welcome 13 women leaders from Zambia, Ethiopia, and Ghana, to the Coady graduate network. Last week, they each completed a certificate in Women’s Leadership in Community Development in Lusaka, Zambia as part of Coady’s EMPOWER program.read more
Read the latest edition of The Coady Connection.read more
We are pleased to welcome Fr. Shaiju Chacko (Diploma in Development Leadership, 2011) as he returns to Coady International Institute to complete a Coady Fellowship over the next month.read more
As part of the revamped Coady Neighbours Program, Coady is partnering with local organizations to host events where Coady participants and community members can engage, learn, and share with each other.read more
Having acquired much knowledge, skills and field experience in community development, Mrs Essiet said she decided to run for political office due to the gap she saw between government and people in rural communities in Nigeria. Read more.read more
Global Change Leaders Arrive
August 12 – Participants arrive at Coady International Institute for the seven-week Global Change Leaders program – designed to enable women from developing countries to strengthen their leadership capacities in order to contribute to innovation and change in their organizations and communities.
Save the Date! Join us for the annual StFX Homecoming Coffee with Coady, featuring the 20th presentation of the Katherine Fleming International Development Award presented annually to an African woman leader dedicated to working with women and children.
Saturday, October 5, 9:30am
Markin Global Complex, Coady International Institute
Related: Katherine Fleming award turns 20
Indigenous Women in Community Leadership Participants Arrive
October 14 – Participants arrive at Coady International Institute for the Indigenous Women in Community Leadership program – an award-winning initiative for Indigenous women leaders using Coady’s asset-based approach and prioritizing indigenous knowledge and ways of learning.
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