The Notre Dame Initiative for Global Development (NDIGD) will host the first-ever Global Development Challenge, to be held on the Notre Dame campus on Monday, April 27th. Students, staff, faculty, and those in the South Bend community can participate in fun, educational activities that relate to critical issues in global development.
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Navigate to a country on our interactive global map to learn about our work. Markers represent a variety of global development projects throughout the University. Clicking on a marker reveals information about a particular project. To begin, click on the map.
Ruth Riley ’00 supports NDIGD in service and leadership projects in developing countries. She returned this week from Saudi Arabia, where she served as Sports and Women’s Empowerment Envoy with the U.S.Department of State.
The Notre Dame Initiative for Global Development (NDIGD) was recently awarded an $883,000 grant from the United States Department of Labor, which will be used to implement an impact evaluation, determining the most effective approaches in reducing child labor.