We're rapidly adapting our work to ensure we do all we can to keep people safe and well - both during this crisis, and in the challenging months to come, when we know the impact on routine health services will be felt the hardest.
Mojo’s education ended abruptly when she was just eight years old. She had few prospects other than marriage at a very young age. But as Susan Martinez explains, one kind gesture has helped turn Mojo’s life around, with a ripple effect in the community.
We're adapting our ongoing education programming to keep children safe and learning - both throughout periods of lockdown, and as they start to return to school.
Why we need the volunteering for development approach as a capability response.
Girls are at increased risk of child marriage, violence and stigma while schools remain closed. From Kenya, to Mozambique, to Nepal, find out what VSO is doing to support.
One good deed can make waves long into the future. Find out how one Cambodian community is continuing to benefit from a project that concluded in 2018.
How we ensure that we build communities that are resilient, inclusive and accountable.
It’s vital to move beyond artificial divisions between the ‘formal’ and ‘informal’ sectors to a new spirit of active citizenship
Supporting equal access to quality education in Cambodia through government capacity development.