Video Editor/Content Creator - Volunteer Opportunity

World Youth International are looking for a Video Editor/Content Creator, who can help us take our visual identity to another level! This will involve managing third party content (taken by our volunteers/ambassadors) to help us share the positive impact that our projects are having around the world...


All Volunteers Home Safely! COVID-19 Update

Over the past week, due to impact of the global pandemic, World Youth International personally assisted all our Australian volunteers who were abroad on our programs to make it home. Getting them on flights home was our first priority and we worked around the clock to make it happen. They are all no...


COVID-19 Update – World Youth International/Nurses In Action

As you are all aware, measures to manage the spread of the Coronavirus are now being enforced globally and we are following suit. We have personally assisted all our Australian volunteers who were abroad on our programs to make it home. They are all now home safely and undergoing their 14 days of...


IMPROVING ACCESS TO MATERNAL CARE IN ODEDE, KENYA

We have been working to improve nutrition and health outcomes for women and children in Odede, Kenya. Many women in Kenya suffer from malnutrition, which not only impacts their own health, particularly through pregnancy, but also on the health of their babies. Nurses and midwives are pivotal in addr...


LEADERSHIP INSIGHTS; LEARN MORE ABOUT WORLD YOUTH INTERNATIONAL’S CHAIRPERSON GEORGIE

With over 30 years’ experience bringing volunteers and development projects to some of the world’s poorest communities, World Youth International are excited to continue educating, empowering and inspiring positive change in Kenya, Nepal and beyond. Georgie Evangelou, the first female Chairperson on...


Introducing our Nurses in Action Ambassador, Helen Zahos

We are thrilled to announce our Nurses in Action Ambassador, Helen Zahos! Helen is a Humanitarian, Emergency Nurse and Paramedic who has volunteered in disaster areas around the world. World Youth International will be working closely with Helen to further develop and expand our Nurses In Action pro...


Official Event Partner of the Nursing and Midwifery Expo at Australian Healthcare Week 2020

World Youth International are proud to announce we are partnering with Australian Healthcare Week 2020, supporting the Nursing and Midwifery Expo in celebration of our International Year of the Nurse and Midwife initiatives. Australian Healthcare Week is the largest healthcare event in Austral...


How an ambulance has helped save lives in rural Kenya

In 2017, World Youth International were able to purchase a brand new, fully equipped ambulance for their Mama Ann’s Odede Community Health Centre thanks to generous donors and volunteers’ fundraising efforts. Having been in use for over two years, the impact the ambulance has had on the Odede commu...


International Day of Women and Girls in Science

The International Day of Women and Girls in Science, celebrated on 11 February annually, recognises the critical role women and girls play in science and technology. It’s an opportunity to promote full and equal access to and participation in science for women and girls. Tackling some of the challen...

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