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On International Volunteer Day we celebrate the contributions that Australian volunteers are making to communities across the Indo-Pacific.
How Australian volunteers are helping to boost Timor-Leste’s economy by supporting small businesses to grow and expand their markets.
Australia will fund around 15 Australians to complete volunteer assignments through the United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme.
Here is the story of their relationship, and how Michael’s volunteer experience also led to the development of the Tupaia.
We celebrate the contributions of thousands of volunteers who have contributed to international development across the Indo-Pacific region.
Stephanie Wheeler and Yasmin Lisson reflect upon their assignments in the Cambodian public health system.
'I have become more confident, more empathic and much more flexible in my work as a speech pathologist' - Kat Francis’s story.
Returned Australian volunteer, Michael Nunan, recently won innovation award for a data visualisation tool for improving health care in the Pacific.
The Australian Volunteers Program in Solomon Islands has welcomed the 750th Australian volunteer since 1964.
The Smart Volunteering Campaign discourages Australians from any form of short-term, unskilled volunteering in overseas orphanages.
The new Australian Volunteers program will send more than 5,000 Australians to volunteer in developing countries over the next five years.
On International Volunteer Day we thank all our international volunteers – past and present – for their contribution to Australia’s aid program.
Sara Denby was recently named CARE International’s ‘Best Newcomer’ for her work as part of their Cambodian team in Phnom Penh.
Australian volunteer Tania Paxton is on assignment as a Midwife Educator with Sanglah Public Hospital (RSUP Sanglah) in Bali, Indonesia.
Members of the Returned Australian Volunteer Network gathered at the Despard Gallery of Contemporary Art in Hobart.
40 year media veteran Chris Hindes is helping REACH to communicate the fantastic work it is doing.
Dr James Kang's volunteering experience set him on a journey from engineer to educator.
Recently returned volunteers share insights on the countries they’ve called home.
The second RAVN Host Organisation Revisited Prize winner, Brad Timms, reflects on his return to Eco Children in South Africa.
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