Nepal travel tends to include images of visitors trekking the Himalayan mountains, exploring holy temples, and enjoying the many outdoor adventures Nepal has to offer. Despite its beauty, communities in Nepal are still reeling from the impact of the 2015 Nepal...
GVI Laos Monthly Achievement Report September 2018: WEP careers and skills exploration Objectives: To increase students’ awareness of vocational options and career choices through teaching, workshops and case studies To encourage our female students to assess their...
You might complain about your job occasionally, but you’re probably grateful to have one. Many people aren’t so lucky. Unemployment rates are on the rise worldwide, throwing up a barrier against sustainable development. Many a leader has been elected on a promise of...
GVI Laos Monthly Achievement Report August 2018: GVI Laos Summer Programs Objectives: To develop relationships with educational institutions and temples with the aim of increasing their ability to provide educational opportunities: To improve quality of education in...
1) Where is Ghana? Talk to most people about Ghana and they’re likely to ask ‘Where’s that?’ Ghana is pretty much right at the center of the world, being both incredibly close to the equator and on the line representing 0° longitude. On a world map you’ll find it on...
Inequality between the genders doesn’t just affect individuals – it can change entire economies. As a sustainable volunteer program provider, GVI takes into account the importance of gender equality in development. What does gender inequality look like? It is women...
In July 2018 I resigned from my job as nurse specialist and manager for a hospice in Bristol, England. I was ready for a change and to take either a career break or retirement. I needed to do something completely different for a few weeks to help me consider my...
GVI Laos Monthly Achievement Report July 2018: Service Learning Groups Objectives To provide students from Scarisbrick Hall the opportunity to contribute to increasing the educational opportunities of students in Luang Prabang within the fields of English language...
Original photo: Paulo Philippidis Monks draped in orange riding in tuk-tuks, men, women, and children piled on motorcycles, colorful markets wafting with the smells of street food at all hours of the day: these are just some of the sights you will encounter in your...
Have you ever imagined trekking in the rainforest to track an elusive jaguar, or helping hawksbill turtles hatch and return safely to the sea? Perhaps you would like to teach children English, then spend your weekends exploring waterfalls or climbing volcanoes?...
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