I am (always) involved in a number of projects and many of them would be even better if you joined in! Check them out below…
- Sponsor a vulnerable child in Zimbabwe to go to school. Read more about why and how here. In January 2014 we launched The Lwazi Programme (explained here) and we became an official Charitable Trust in March 2015. Visit our website www.thelwaziprogramme.com to read more including about our urgent food campaign.
- Interested in Sustainable Development and/or Human Rights and between the ages of 14-20 (or know someone who is)? Check out Online UWC, a 5 week online course, for which I mentor.
- My new initiative – Women Mentoring in International Development (WOMID) – has launched. If you are a woman working in or researching international development, would like a mentor or to mentor early career women in your field, and join a community of proactive and inspiring women, sign up here.
- The University of Leed’s Researchers in Development Network (RiDNet) hosted its Third Annual Conference on November 12th 2014. The theme was “Does Research Make a Difference in Development? Bridging the gaps between research, policy, and practice”. A blog about the day is available here and an official output here.