New hope for women living in shame and discomfortVolunteering has the power to shine a light on a little talked-about condition and help some of the countless women affected worldwide, writes Lucy Taylor.
Helping Rohingya children get their childhoods backAbout half a million children are living in refugee camps in Bangladesh. We're working together to help them.
60 years in 60 photosAs the world has changed, VSO has changed with it. To date over 76,000 people have volunteered with VSO. Watch this video showing six decades of fighting poverty in under a minute.
Growing up in RwandaMost six-year-olds in Cyete, Rwanda, eat once a day and cannot yet read and write. Antoinette is different. She is blossoming in a materially poor household, whose fortunes are looking up since her school started being supported by VSO.
Life’s rich tapestry: Remembering Sally Darlington
Textile artist Sally Darlington was deeply inspired by the four years she spent volunteering with VSO in Ghana. Sally sadly lost her battle with terminal cancer earlier this month, but not before talking to VSO about a life taking the road less travelled. We remember her here.