Are you an ambitious young business student, who knows they have the knowledge, talent, and guts to make it in the competitive world market? Looking for a chance to prove it? GVI's international business internships will give you that chance and help you show your...
Achievement report - August Healthy Girls Empowerment – just what the doctor ordered! Objective Coordinate 24 Girls Empowerment workshops within the Third Quarter SDG: No poverty, Good Health and Well-being, Quality Education, Gender Equality, Decent Work and...
Before I arrive in Pez Maya, I was concerned about the circumstances I had to deal with at base. Six people in a room snoring during the night, sharing bathrooms, no WiFi. Even when we arrived at base we got the safety instructions: • please do not eat any fruits...
A basic guide for survival on Curieuse Island Laundry (For beginners) Before arriving in the Seychelles, I had never washed my own clothes. Ever. I wouldn’t even know what buttons to press on a washing machine to get it going. Luckily, this lack of experience is not...
GVI Curieuse has a long standing relationship with the Terrestrial Restoration Action Society of Seychelles (TRASS). It is a local voluntary organisation based on the neighouring island of Praslin. Its main aim is to rehabilitate areas of degraded mountainside, by...
This year the Global Vision International (GVI) India hub is on an exciting adventure. GVI has set up a program which means that school, work and university groups can come join us for an interactive learning experience. This week a school group has come all the way...
East of Papua New Guinea lies the Solomon Islands, an archipelago of 900 islands best known for its alluring turquoise waters. However, as global warming creates a subtle changes in temperatures these tantalising waters have become a threat to the countries'...
A few years ago I was in the fortunate position of teaching a bunch of vibrant 9 to 13-year-olds. I was surprised at how observant kids in this age group are; more than one morning I was greeted with a hug or friendly smile and a “Miss, I like your green dress. Is it...
If you have been reading any newspaper, magazine or social media posts over the last few years you, like me, will be familiar with the term “being environmentally aware”. At first, the concept boggled my mind, how could I be more environmentally friendly? Did I have...
Looking at the United States alone creates a startling insight into the amount of waste that the food industry creates. According to a report produced by the NRDC if America reduced its food losses by just 15% there would be enough excess to feed more that 25 million...
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