A new agenda for a better world
As the United Nations General Assembly meet to discuss a future path for addressing global poverty, VSO's directors unite in setting out a new agenda for a better world.
Brenda and Prossy are young female bricklayers who recently graduated from the Youth Development Programme. A programme aimed to equip thousands of youth in Uganda with market relevant skills in order to enable them to gain a sustainable livelihood. Read how VSO volunteer Samantha Hind is supporting the programme.
VSO’s annual report for the year ending 2013/14 is now available. It highlights the successes that VSO has had over the past year, through our distinctive approach of bringing people together in the fight against poverty.
The global demand for new teachers is estimated at 5.2 million, all of whom need to be recruited by 2015 in order to meet universal primary education goals set by the UN.
Transforming the dairy value chain in Malawi
VSO’s partnership with Accenture in Malawi, Making Markets Work, is a five-year project that aims to give poor and marginalised people better access to markets and opportunities to earn a more secure income. Find out how volunteer Rona Ramos is helping transform the dairy value chain in Malawi.
Volunteer with us
If you're looking for a change, why not volunteer with VSO? Volunteering is a hands-on way of building a fairer world.
Find out how to apply to volunteer.
Apply to volunteer
If you'd like to volunteer with VSO, visit one of our local VSO websites and register your interest.