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yesterday at 15:47. Facebook
Sayani raised enough to buy Braille kits for more than 700 children.

Indian volunteer crowdfunds £3000 to support blind children

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02/26/2017 at 11:01. Facebook
Nishimwe Vanessa, from Cyangugu Nursery School in Rwanda in class. Photo by Alice Kayibanda
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02/24/2017 at 12:56. Facebook
Poor nutrition makes inmates more vulnerable to infection from a number of diseases.

The food revolution that could transform health behind bars

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02/23/2017 at 10:30. Facebook
118 mothers have already used the home at Butajira General Hospital

Volunteers set up life-saving maternal waiting home in Ethiopia

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02/22/2017 at 09:38. Facebook
Nanda and Hilbert-Jan are volunteering together in Hossana, Ethiopia.

"This experience is even better shared"

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02/21/2017 at 12:13. Facebook
We're looking for a communications specialist to volunteer in Uganda.

If you know anyone suitable, please tag them.

Volunteer communications specialist needed in Uganda

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02/20/2017. Facebook
Join us in sending best wishes to Elaine Moore, who's setting off to volunteer in Myanmar today - exactly 40 years on from her first VSO placement!

She says, "That early opportunity with VSO taught me so much; the value of patience and tolerance; to be more optimistic and less materialistic. It has made me appreciative of everyday pleasures and influenced the rest of my career"

Elaine will...
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02/19/2017. Facebook
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02/18/2017. Facebook
This week 110 students from St. Michael's School for the Blind in Ranchi, India, received Braille kits to help them learn.

The kits were provided by VSO India following a small grant from organisers of a Delhi marathon event.

Photos by Nattasuda Anusonadisai
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02/17/2017. Facebook
Carpentry and construction expert needed to volunteer in Tanzania.
Apply by Monday.

Carpentry and Site Construction Adviser

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02/16/2017. Facebook
122 MILLION children's lives have been saved since 1990.

The annual Letter from Bill and Melinda Gates is a great reminder of the progress the world is making against poverty.

122 MILLION: The number of children's lives saved since 1990

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02/15/2017. Facebook
360° photo from Banteay Meanchey Provincial Teacher Training College, Cambodia.

Volunteer Kees Schippers is working here to help improve education standards

Photo: Claire Gilderson
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02/14/2017. Facebook
We love volunteers.

Happy Valentines Day

#ValentinesDay

Children at Pong Teuk Primary School, Cambodia. One of the schools volunteer Wim Lancsweert has been supporting to improve education standards. Photo by Thomas Roos.
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02/13/2017. Facebook
Celebrating the bond that volunteers have formed on placement.

Congratulations to all our volunteer couples

#ValentinesDay

Finding love where you least expect it

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02/12/2017. Facebook
Broadening your understanding of the world is important whatever background you're from.

International volunteering is not just for the rich

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02/11/2017. Facebook
Have a great weekend.

We're working in Northern Uganda to support unemployed young people to develop their own businesses. © Ginny Lattul
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02/10/2017. Facebook
"I gained so much from my experience in Ethiopia, which I hope has made me a better and safer doctor"

Life after volunteering

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02/09/2017. Facebook
Mary volunteered in Ghana supporting vulnerable children access education.

If you are interested in volunteering, you can find out more here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
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02/08/2017. Facebook
It's one month until #InternationalWomensDay. But levels of gender-based violence around the world remain extremely high. A third of women have experienced physical or sexual violence from a partner. We've collected stories of the global fight against this violence.

Struggle

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02/07/2017. Facebook
THANK YOU

Last Christmas we asked you to help support our work saving babies' lives.

Thousands of you donated, raising over £160,000. Thank you for your amazing support.