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This project left me with so many little moments and memories that I’ll forever hold dear in my heart.

Alana Lacey , (USA)

||After my first magical experience, I thought that the second trip couldn||

Camille Viret, (Switzerland)

||My highlights? Taking part in wildlife conservation and the feeling that your work had a part to play in the aim of the expedition.||

Craig Daly, (Ireland)

||So...my point is ||asante sana|| to you and GVI, for the wicked experience, the fun and the inspiration. Hope to see you again one day!||

Emily Belton, (Denmark)

||It seemed so surreal; I couldn’t quite believe we were going to be living on a beach, relaxing on the hammocks under the palm trees, diving twice a day and seeing some amazing sea creatures.||

Florence Roberts, (United Kingdom)

||I feel like I gained so much from my time with GVI, I went to Kenya looking for something different and found it and I am now looking at jobs in international aid work and working with GVI inspired me to do this.||

Jessica Conway, (Australia)

||I go home with a heart full of unforgettable memories.||

Laurence Boulanger, (France)

||Can't say enough good things about the people that I met through the GVI program.||

Mason Walker, (Canada)

||When I entered the project I had a lot of expectations, and almost none of them were met as the way I thought they would be, it was much better!||

Mikaela Skoog, (Sweden)



New Developments In Conservation

Cynthia Arochi Zendejas our Regional Director of Latin America tells us a little about her part in organizing the 21st Congress of the Mesoamerican Society For Biology And Conservation (SMBC) and the 4th Congress of Partners in Flight (PIF), an international ornithology organization. She also reflects on how conservation has changed over the past 20 years and how women have been key figures in shaping this development.

Menstrual Health In Rural Laos

Leyla Isin-Xiong, who manages all our programs throughout Laos, discusses the gender equality issues faced by women in the country and how she spearheaded a menstrual health initiative to tackle a key women’s health issue head-on. She also shows how important it is to develop local leaders to ensure the success of any sustainable development program.

Big Cats and Women In Conservation Q&A With Leah Brown

Leah Brown, the manager of our wildlife conservation project in South Africa’s Limpopo region, talks to us about her career journey and the big cat that started it all.