Caitlin Wieja is an e-volunteer for World University Service of Canada (WUSC-EUMC) as the Digital Communications Advisor for the Centre for Youth and Development (CYD) in Malawi and started August 21st. She will be volunteering for 4 months and will help implement communication strategies and social media management to develop
Our very own, Centre for Youth and Development Programs Lead, Yewo Msiska, has been handed over the donated motorcycle by Eleazar Mkundika, from Kindernothilfe, to support the CYD’s project to improve household incomes and political participation of 4200 SHG women by 2022. Receiving the donated motorcycle and laptop from Kindernothilfe
We have been deploying computers to schools in Malawi for the past 4 years and one of the biggest challenges we continue to face in utilizing these important resources in rural and off-grid communities is access to power. According to ‘Sustainable Energy for All’ only 11% of the total population
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In the midst of Covid-19, the need for accurate data to understand girls’ lives and needs has never been more true than it is now. As a local implementation of the Technology Girls Ambassadors of the Girl Effect, we are delighted to share Hear Her Voice – a digital diaries
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Passion and purpose empowering young people. Periodically, we shine a light on our employees who are making a difference in our target communities. These stories of service highlight the individual efforts of our dedicated staff, what motivates them, and how the work that we do is impacting on our targets.
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