Marian White Public Engagement Officer, www.cusointernational.orgCategory: Non-Profit
Dec 06 2011
There was a lot of bonding with CUSO volunteers in the 60s because they had 6 weeks of orientation.
Dec 05 2011
Bill's volunteer work in Nigeria lead him to public health work - "I learned so much from the people."
Nov 30 2011
An activist in Chile to a political refugee in Canada who became a volunteer then staff with Cuso - a true example of a Sister in Solidarity.
Nov 23 2011
It wasn't the job she expected but the experience stayed with her for a lifetime of memories.
Nov 11 2011
Governments must address the needs of all their people. Men cannot represent women's issues in governance. Hear how Ghana is taking strides in the right direction. www.NORSAAC.org
Nov 08 2011
Long live international solidarity. Hear from a young Burmese human rights advocate how Canada is supporting their struggle for justice and democracy.
Nov 08 2011
Volunteer work overseas at any age brings the world together.
Oct 27 2011
A Southern partner shares the impact of volunteers on their organizations. "If it is not service then what would take you to our communities in the South"
Oct 21 2011
Oct 18 2011
Pierre never underestimated the knowledge of the people he worked with and he found love of people and community - an area where we are underdeveloped in Canada.
After graduating from the University of Prince Edward Island I volunteered with CUSO in Nigeria. In the 80s I worked with Oxfam Canada in Halifax as a development educator working across the Maritime region. In 1994 I began to work with CUSO in the Atlantic region and enjoy my current work with Cuso International.Click here to see the full author's profile
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