Capacity Building

RPX facilitates the growth of local nonprofits and international corporate partners that offer valuable resources to developing regions. Assisting with donor research or local market access, RPX employs its international experience for the benefit of like-minded partners and the clientele they serve.

Attention is also given to infrastructure development, with priority areas including sustainable energy development and facility upgrades to social welfare institutions, such as hospitals and schools.


Through the exchange of academic and professional know-how, RPX promotes cross cultural understanding and international cooperation.

International exchange programs place speakers in university and professional settings to present relevant material to students and professional peers in the US and abroad. The careful placement of culturally competent professionals and academics helps increase international cooperation and develop mutual respect among nations. Priority issues include economic science and development, political science, and perspectives on world history and current events.

Support for international professionals to participate in specialized training, conferences and seminars promotes the expansion of continuing education campaigns while encouraging the exchange of international ideas.

Inclusive Education

RPX is an implementing partner to the US Agency for International Development in the Republic of Uzbekistan, to undertake the program "Equalization of Educational Opportunities for Children with Disabilities".

RPX's program aims to: Promote equal opportunities and inclusion of people with disabilities by improving access to education for children with disabilities, and strengthening capacities of the existing educational system to address needs of disabled children and successfully implement inclusive education initiatives.

Resources added to this page are applied in pilot efforts in Uzbekistan. They are posted here for educational purposes for policy makers and others interested in the tenets of inclusive education.

Inclusion: Inclusion is a term which expresses commitment to educate each child, to the maximum extent appropriate, in the school and classroom he or she would otherwise attend. It involves bringing the support services to the child (rather than moving the child to the services) and requires only that the child will benefit from being in the class (rather than having to keep up with the other students >> More