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


Since its launch in 2011, we've worked with International Citizen Service (ICS), a UK government-funded placement scheme, to send inspiring young volunteers overseas on development projects.Read more

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We use the OSAT to help strengthen charities, NGOs and community organisationsRead more

Our partners in Rwanda

What we do in RwandaRead more

Our partners in Malawi

Find out about what we're currently doing in Malawi.Read more

Our partners in Ghana

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Annual Reports

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"With support from International Service, we can get the funds we need to improve people's lives and positively impact our environment."Read more

Mussa and Melina

We work with families and communities to make sure girls like Melina can finish their education.Read more

Paul's Story

Paul is a testament to the impact that people with disabilities can have when they are able to take an active part in their communities. Find out more about his journey here.Read more

Madame Hélène

Our partnerships mean that women like Madame Hélène are able to make a fair living, and build a future free from poverty.Read more


In Ghana, over 600,000 girls are out of school (UNESCO). We're working with local communities and government to change that.Read more

People-led change

Inequality. Poverty. Discrimination. These issues are complex, and they can only be solved by people working together.Read more

United Kingdom

Based in the historic city of York, International Service in the UK focuses on raising awareness and promoting knowledge and understanding of our work and human rights.Read more


Our work will support this vision in Rwanda by empowering its youth, helping reduce inequalities, and reducing unemployment.Read more

Occupied Palestinian territory

International Service has been providing support to the Palestinian people for more than 30 years. Our approach has been to support our local partner organisations to enable them to best serve their communities and contribute to the eventual development of a stable and democratic Palestinian State.Read more


47% of the Malawian population is made up of people aged 5-24 (Malawi National Statistic Office, 2008). In 2016, the government renewed the county's Growth and Development Strategy with a focus on six priority areas including Education, Child Development and Youth Development and Empowerment.Read more