Where are they now? Kristen's story

It takes a special kind of person to volunteer, and an even more special one to travel internationally to be a volunteer. It’s these people, alongside organisations like World Youth International that bring some of the greatest change to the world. We know the impact each volunteer has had when pa...


Empowering the youth of today never felt so good

In celebration of International Youth Day on 12 August, World Youth International have partnered with Brisbane-based social enterprise Yumm to raise awareness of the importance of empowering the youth of today to embrace positive mental health and mindfulness strategies. As a means to develop an...


World Youth International Mid Year Update

When I reflect on the last financial year, I can't help but feel an overwhelming sense of pride. As a family run organisation, we rely on our network to drive our business and I have witnessed many wonderful gestures of kindness over the last 12 months. I can share that we are still standing stron...


Where are they now? Racheal's Story

It takes a special kind of person to volunteer, and an even more special one to travel internationally to be a volunteer. It’s these people, alongside organisations like World Youth International that bring some of the greatest change to the world. We know the impact each volunteer has had when pa...


Desks and Meeting Room for Hire!

You can now book our World Youth International office space for your business/freelancing meetings! Situated in the suburb of Modbury and located just 500 metres from Tea Tree Plaza, the World Youth International office is prime real estate. As a family run Australian charity, it is essential that...


Empowering vulnerable women through goat rearing: you herd it here first

World Youth International in partnership with The Mango Tree and B1G1 have been involved in transforming the lives of vulnerable women, particularly widows, through various projects in Rachuonyo, Western Kenya. We have been able to empower families and help them deliver sustainable development p...


Scrub Lab's support to help serve the most vulnerable

World Youth International are extremely thankful for the support of Scrub Lab, an organisation that designs exceptional scrubs to inspire and empower healthcare professionals. Scrub Lab have partnered with us to help facilitate a Health Camp in Kenya, which will help us serve hundreds of vulnerabl...


Aligning with the Sustainable Development Goals

We are committed to community-led, sustainable development projects and a belief in the power of volunteers to create real change. Sustainable Development Goals are a list of goals outlined by the United Nations to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all. They address the main global ...


Showcasing World Youth's Impact through Interning

This week, we say farewell to our Marketing and Communications intern Christian Marchetti, who has been a wonderful asset to our team the past few months. University student Christian sought out an internship with our organisation because he wanted the chance to volunteer for a charity while on a ...


Interning at World Youth International

Over the past few months, University of South Australia student Emma Ranaldo has been a valued member of our team, completing her Business Internship Program within our World Youth International office. It was great timing as Emma was on board to support our team roll-out a key marketing campaign ...


The Second Wave and its Impact on Education in Nepal

It is devastating to hear that while Australia has been recovering from the impact of the pandemic, Asian countries like Nepal and India are facing the second wave in full force. With the staggering rise in covid-19 cases and deaths, the situation is quite grim, to say the least. Towards the end...


'Change A Life' Student Boarding Home nears completion!

We are very excited to share that our boarding home being built on the World Youth International School in Nepal has officially been named the ‘Change A Life’ Boarding Home by Computershare! Construction of the Boarding Home for the World Youth International School is now complete, and the inte...


Health Camp Week: Ready, Set, Bid

World Youth International launches Health Camp Week to raise awareness and funds so that vulnerable communities can access vital healthcare With the pandemic now impacting communities around the globe for over 12 months, the long term effects of this can be felt everywhere. People within develop...


Attend a FREE Nursing and Midwifery Event!

World Youth International are proud to be a Nursing & Midwifery Media Partner of Australian Healthcare Week 2021, which is Australia’s premier healthcare event, bringing together the entire healthcare community under one roof. Returning to the International Convention Centre in Sydney on the ...


33 years of operation and still standing strong!

2020 International Year of the Nurse & Midwife - What a year! THANK YOU to our supporters, volunteers, sponsors and donors from all over the world. Your kindness contributes to the reason vulnerable communities can continue to gain access to quality education and healthcare. After such a challe...

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