Grace Chigwechokha a teacher at Chiuzimbi Primary School in Malawi explains how her students are overcoming challenging conditions with the help of VSO's Unlocking Talent project.
The technology that powers one of VSO's biggest education projects has been awarded a multi-million dollar prize funded by Elon Musk.
Margret Kawanga, a Teacher at Mdzobwe Primary School in Malawi has a difficult task. She teaches over 140 learners at any one time. Education technology is helping her deliver effective lessons.
In northern Uganda, VSO volunteers are bringing communities together to drastically improve education.
We've partnered with the Ministry of Health to improve young people's access to sexual and reproductive health information and services, whilst supporting a citizen-led monitoring approach that holds authorities to account.
Improving prison health through an innovative combination of volunteer peer support, skills training, and advocating for change.
13-year-old Pramila used to have to prioritise homework over studying – but with the support of her Big Sister Rama, she’s now thriving at school and dreams of becoming a teacher one day.
Together with Mondelez International, we’re equipping female cocoa farmers with training and support to help them start their own enterprises.
The Improving Market Access for the Poor (IMA4P) programme supports smallholders like Prak Sim to turn their rice farms into thriving commercial enterprises.
Thanks to the Improving Market Access for the Poor (IMA4P) programme, rice farmers like Ly Theort are benefiting from economies of scale and new contracts that make it easier to sell their crops.