Working together to bring hope to families in MozambiqueA selection of images from professional photographer, Mário Macilau, and VSO volunteers show how communities in Mozambique are beginning to rebuild their lives following the devastation of Cyclone Idai.
Humans of Idai: Beira struggles onAward-winning photographer Mário Macilau’s powerful images capture how people in the cyclone-stricken city are fighting for survival.
Laxmi vs education inequalityLaxmi is a community volunteer 'Big Sister' helping girls in Surkhet, Nepal go back to school and finish their education.
Monica vs sexual health stigmaVolunteer Monica Atim has spent the past three years making sure that young people in some of the most remote and marginalised communities of Zambia have access to sexual reproductive health information and services.
You changed my lifeParalysed in her teens, Chrissy Zimba thought her life was over. VSO volunteer Sheila Lawrence helped her turn it all around. As told to Lucy Taylor.
Development through the lens: A volunteer filmmaker in TanzaniaJustin Spray volunteered in Tanzania telling the stories of some of the people whose lives VSO has touched with its work there. He explains how the power of film can be harnessed to create change.
"I thought life had ended - but life has just begun" - Whycliffe's storyWhycliffe was supported by VSO to attain an internationally-recognised vocational qualification, which has transformed his fortunes. He now employs three other young people and dreams of volunteering to help other youth in his home near Hoima, Uganda.
A night to remember: Global volunteers celebrated at VSO Awards
VSO volunteers, supporters and friends came together to celebrate the impact of volunteering for development at the Volunteer Impact Awards.