Schoolgirl or bride? Millions of girls fight for basic rights
More than 130 million girls are out of school. Many dropped out out due to pressure to marry too young, robbing them of their childhoods, their rights and their future. It's not too late to rescue them from a bleak future.
5 minutes with... Jennifer Sims, Specialized Nurse, Myanmar
“Before I came to Myanmar I never thought I could have achieved what I have with this project”.
Active teaching in Rwanda
"The thousands and thousands of hills, the flora and the people are what truly make you fall in love with Rwanda"
Improving education standards in South Sudan
“If you are interested in being part of something that is a ‘first’, then South Sudan is the place to go"
Improving nurse training in South Sudan
“If you want an experience which will open your eyes, this is the one."
Inspired by the people of South Sudan
“I loved being immersed in an environment that was at once familiar but so different in every way you can possibly imagine.”
Kenyan Apprentice: Zuckerbergs of Nakuru pitch for Citi funding
Citi's corporate volunteers support disadvantaged Kenyan entrepreneurs
Nepal earthquakes: One year on
Many thousands of earthquake survivors are still living in temporary camps. Health services and other infrastructure will need ongoing support to recover and be able to support the rebuilding of a nation.
What comes after an earthquake
Surviving a natural disaster was not what Jessica Stanford, 34, expected when she began her volunteer placement as a business development adviser in 2014. Instead, she found her calling coordinating humanitarian effort in the wake of Nepal's worst earthquake in 80 years.