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Recap for 2022 IVLP Programs

As a result of our local NH community's support and dedication, we were able to welcome 69 virtual visitors and 208 in-person visitors into our state in 2022! We welcomed visitors from 101 different countries who met with 328 NH-based professional hosts. In addition, 24 New Hampshire families opened their doors to share a meal with some of these visitors through our home hospitality program.

We could not produce such successful programs without you all! Thank you so much!

Please enjoy learning more about a few of our 2022 IVLP programs below!

"Youth and Civic Engagement" Regional Country Program virtually visited NH in April 2022. We are very fortunate to have met via zoom! These visitors had to opportunity to meet with the NH Youth Movement for one of their meetings.

"Global and Regional Economic Development" Single Country Program (Spain) visited NH in April 2022. One of their professional meetings included meeting with the NH Department of Business and Economic Affairs.

"Combating Illegal Fishing in Lakes and Coasts of Africa" Regional Program visited NH in May 2022. This was our first IVLP project on this specific topic! One of their meetings included meeting with Dr. Erik Chapman to learn more about the NH Sea Grant program.

"Transparency and Accountability" Multi-Regional Program visited NH in July 2022. This particular group was able to celebrate the Fourth of July with local NH families as part of their cultural experiences!

"U.S. Social Media Engagement" Single Country Program (Bahrain) visited NH in July 2022. These visitors are well known influencers who met with Spring Ledge Farm to learn more about their social media footprint.

"Community and Civil Society Organization Management" Single County Program (Azerbaijan) visited NH in September 2022. This group volunteered at Families in Transition / New Horizons as part of their NH program!

 2022 IVLP Programs:

Preventing and Responding to Gender-Based Violence
NGO Management for EAP/SCA/WHA
Education in the Digital Age I
Edward R. Murrow Program for Journalists – New and Traditional Broadcast Media I
NGO Management for AF/EUR/NEA
Youth and Civic Engagement
Global and Regional Economic Cooperation
Competency-Based STEM Education
Advancing Disability in Inclusive Democracy
21st Century ChangeMakers: NexGen Media Exposure Strategies for Ethical and Accountable Reporting
Combating Illegal Fishing in Lakes and Coasts of Africa
Sharing Best Practices on Holocaust Education
Transparency and Accountability in Government
NGO Management
Media in a Democracy
Transparency and Accountability in Government II
U.S. Social Media Engagement
Not Too Young to Run – Engaging Youth in the Political Process
Non-Profit Organizations and U.S. Society
Transparency and Accountability in Government
Women and Entrepreneurship
NGO Management
Environmental Crime Legislation, Strategy, and Enforcement
Empowering Women’s Political Leadership
Workforce Development for Women and Youth
Open World - Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Community and Civil Society Organization Management
Transparency and Accountability in Government for Lusophone Countries
Investigating Violations of Human and Civil Rights of Marginalized Communities
Ending Gender-Based Violence
Rule of Law and the U.S. Judicial System

Empowering Women in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa's Legislative Branches

We are looking forward to another great IVLP programming year for 2023!
We are so grateful to welcome so many international visitors with such a diverse array of IVLP project themes. 

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