Improving health services for all and empowering the most marginalised to exercise their right to quality care.
Over the past five years we have helped over 3,600,000 people access better healthcare.
Thanks to funding, support and expertise from VSO, the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Arba Minch General Hospital has rapidly become a regional centre for best practice for the care of premature or sick babies and their mothers.
Nurse Rahel Beyan has been working alongside VSO volunteer Miriam Etter to improve conditions for newborn babies at Suhul Hospital.
Midwives in northern Sierra Leone now have access to portable ultrasound technology, thanks to the Doctors for Development project.
With one of the world’s youngest populations, Tanzania’s economic growth is being driven by young entrepreneurs.
After turning to drink to cope with losing his parents to HIV, musician Alfred Mwiza has got his life back on track – by using his creative skills to teach young people about safer sex.
James Russel, education volunteer on Sisters for Sisters, explores how resilience is at the heart of the project.
Nirmala used to struggle at school as she was told by her parents to prioritise domestic work over education - but after three years on the Sisters for Sisters project, her grades and confidence have hugely improved.
Improving sexual and reproductive health and rights for marginalised and at-risk Deaf young people.
The GAC-funded Tanzania Local Enterprise Development (T-LED) project is supporting small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to thrive, and increasing employment opportunities within them.