International

Local frontline health workers need personal protective equipment now to tackle Ebola

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by Tinashe Ngara, Zimbabwean nurse trainer and VSO volunteer

I came home to Bulawayo, Zimbabwe from Sierra Leone at the end of July and have been following events unfolding there around the outbreak of Ebola closely. As a qualified nurse and nursing trainer, the 7 months I spent in Sierra Leone

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Action Agenda highlights the invisible hand of volunteers

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Last week saw the United Nations’ DPI/NGO conference bring together more than 2000 delegates from 902 organisations to decide on an ‘Action Agenda’ for the post-2015 process. With one year to go before an agreement is reached on the framework to follow the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), this year’s conference was an important

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Bricklaying towards a more stable life in Northern Uganda

Brenda and Samantha

The ability to succeed in anything we do is determined by many different factors. Opportunity, self-belief and support are three that spring to mind.

I am 18 months into a two-year VSO placement, working on a Youth Development Programme in Northern Uganda. The programme supports the social and economic reintegration of vulnerable young… Read more »

 

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