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Gayane Grigoryan, a JFDP alumna from Armenia, is encouraging Armenian youth with disabilities to participate in adaptive sports and recreational programs through the U.S.–Armenia Sports for Success program. This program is a partnership between Mobility International USA (MIUSA), Agate Center for Women with Special Needs in Gyumri, and the Pyunic Armenian Association for the Disabled in Yerevan.

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This July, six Japanese students and an educator from Tokyo’s Keio SFC High School traveled to Washington, D.C. for a two-week exchange, where they lived with host families, as part of the TOMODACHI U.S. Japan Youth Exchange Program. While in the U.S., the Japanese students were joined by six high school students from Washington, D.C. public schools. In November, the D.C. group of students will travel to Tokyo and to the Tohoku region, which was devastated by the 2011 earthquake and tsunami.

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Since April 2014, FLEX ’12 Program alumnus Nicu Gaibu and a team of fellow alumni have been traveling throughout Moldova to film stories that capture various parts and themes of Moldovan history for a project titled Despre Moldova (About Moldova).

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