Youth-led sustainable development organisation Raleigh International, and partner Integrity Action (IA), have launched an innovative new project in Tanzania which will see young people in rural communities holding development projects, and the organisations delivering them, to account.July 13, 2018
Post by Raleigh International Chief Executive, Stacey Adams
Recent news stories regarding the sexual exploitation of vulnerable people by aid workers, who had been trusted to help and protect them, have made for painful reading. These disgraceful actions may have been committed by a few people, but it has rightly sent shockwaves around the development and aid communities. Raleigh International has zero tolerance for any form of harassment or exploitation of any kind against the communities we work with, our partners, staff, or volunteers.
The festive period is a time where many of us will be stopping to give thanks. So, I would like to take the opportunity to thank our fantastic volunteers, alumni, staff, and partners. Once again, you have all gone above and beyond to deliver our programmes, empowering young people and helping create lasting change in communities around the world.December 21, 2017
Christmas is a time for giving so don’t forget to give back to Mother Earth too. From the gifts we buy to the decorations we choose, our actions at Christmas can take its toll on our planet. Choose wisely and you can make a real difference.December 14, 2017
Youth-led sustainable development charity Raleigh International is excited to announce a new partnership with RB (formerly known as Reckitt Benckiser), the global leading consumer health and hygiene company.
Sustainable development charity Raleigh International and leading international sports and entertainment marketing agency Stadia Solutions have partnered to run a national marketing campaign – which is now live at 35 football stadiums around the UK – for the charity’s international volunteering programmes.November 14, 2017
Saturday 12th August is International Youth Day. Raleigh International alumna and Youth Trustee, Meg Kneafsey, looks at the role of young people in the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals.August 11, 2017
Google team two have finished their training with rural entrepreneurs in Ndembela. As Pitch Day approaches they prepare to decide who will receive funding to advance their business.
Written by Google volunteer Orlaith, Google 2.
After a week spent in the beautiful village of Mbwewe, the Googlers have experienced a lot. From debriefing the day and planning the next one, stargazing at night, enjoying chipsmayai directly from one of our entrepreneurs; and experiencing some really touching moments when we were able to make a difference to our entrepreneurs' businesses. They have become a real team, understanding each others’ daily routine and working together successfully.
Written by Google volunteer Flora, Google 4. Photos by Rosie.