Wheelchair basketball player and small business owner Victorine Guissou is challenging perceptions in her home town of Koudougou. Read more
Our pilot disability sport project has left a lasting impression on communities in Ghana, and on the volunteers who made it happen. Read more
Our volunteers are working with some of the most marginalised people in Rwandan society: sex workers. Read more
We work with women across Burkina Faso to turn shea nuts into a route out of poverty. Read more
We work alongside change-makers to end poverty and injustice across the world. In 2016-2017, we did this by delivering:
hours of training, to equip local people with the skills they need to make lasting change.
partnerships with local organisations.
hours of awareness-raising, so that communities can advocate for change.
Everyone has the right to an education. We're making that right a reality for girls in northern Ghana.
Human rights are at the heart of what we do - and why we do it. Our approach puts local people at the centre of their own change, equipping them to access and achieve their rights.
We work with families and communities to make sure girls like Melina can finish their education. Read more
We worked with City of York Council to support them to translate the Sustainable Development Goals into a local context. Caleb shares our findings. Read more
Our CEO Jo Baker on why the Global Disability Summit in London is the perfect chance to build new partnerships for change. Read more
Volunteer Mollie Rigby explains how her team are using education to create a better future for women and girls. Read more