I’ve visited Cambodia a couple of times since 2007 and have been amazed by NEP’s (NGO Education Partnership) progress. In response to its members’ concerns on informal charges demanded by schools and low motivation of teachers, NEP supported by VSO volunteers, carried out two research studies on The Impact of… Read more »
India, a country in which 2.5 million people are living with HIV, has always had a conservative outlook on homosexuality, which is taboo for the majority of the rural population.
A new sovereign state was born on Saturday.
In January, South Sudan voted overwhelmingly to end its tumultuous relationship with its northern partner, and become an independent sovereign state. However, the road ahead for South Sudan is laden with difficulties.
With an area of 619,745 square kilometres and an estimated population… Read more »
I was delighted to hear about the fantastic progress of a research project that I’ve been supporting in Zanzibar. VSO volunteers Martin Brown and Yasmin Ajmal were working directly for the Commissioner for Education and Director of Inspection in the Zanzibar Ministry of Education and Vocational Training (MOEVT).
Over the course of their… Read more »