Last month I attended an important pan-African meeting organised by the World Health Organization (WHO) in Zimbabwe. The consultation’s theme was “Optimizing HIV Treatment Access and Retention in Care: Linking community level interventions with health care delivery systems.” WHO, which is mandated to advise governments on different interventions, has realised that… Read more »
I attended an excellent event yesterday in London where VSO and United Nations Volunteers (UNV) formally launched their new partnership to promote innovation in volunteerism, strengthen volunteer action and to improve practices. Crucially, the partnership will promote the role and voice of volunteers from mariginalised communities in development.
In the ornate… Read more »
London is preparing to host the 2012 Olympics in July. Athletes from around the world will perform to the best of their abilities to make their country proud by winning medals at Olympics. A recent BBC survey suggests that people in developing and middle-income countries get the greatest lift from Olympic achievements… Read more »
In January we organised an open sharing event which involved four youth club members from Khagrachari presenting case studies to Members of Parliament from All… Read more »