ALLMEP’s Advocacy Day brings 17 organizations to Washington

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By allmepadmin / March 22 2017

On March 21st, ALLMEP’s 2017 Advocacy Day brought together over 30 participants from 17 member organizations.

The participants represented the ALLMEP community in 27 meetings in Congress and at the Department of State, making for our most successful Advocacy Day to date. They advocated for continued support of the USAID Conflict Management and Mitigation grant program and the International Fund for Israeli-Palestinian Peace. Many thanks to our participants and member organizations for making this day a tremendous success.


ALLMEP’s Advocacy Day brings 17 organizations to Washington

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