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Stereotypes can harm dignity and prevent opportunity. See what young women in Zimbabwe are doing to overcome Gender Stereotypes through Young Africa and with support from SERVE.
SERVE are delighted to see the new Director of Young Africa Zambia recognised by the Times of Zambia for her work with unemployed youth across Zambia. Well done to all at Young Africa Zambia. Read the full article below:
By Niamh Harrington In July 2019 a group of 11 young people from Ireland travelled to Cebu City in the Philippines to work alongside Redemptorist Youth Ministry Cebu and Tacloban and the Badjao Tribe in the Nano Nagle Early Learning Centre. I was lucky to be part of this incredibly diverse and talented team where […]
The Dublin Province of the Redemptorists (DPR), with funding support from Misean Cara, have been long term supporters of Mavambo Trust who work with orphaned and vulnerable children, and their caregivers, in the communities of Mabvuku and Tafara in Zimbabwe. SERVE manages the implementation of this project for the DPR. On 4th December, 41 students […]
By Rory Murphy As the years go by and the memories fade, I suspect one thing, above all else, will remain with me from my time in Mozambique with SERVE. It won’t be the incredible people or the stunning vistas. It won’t be the pounding heat or the sensory assaults that accompanied ventures around the […]
By Aisling Moran Look! Look! Here’s me, a white girl volunteering in India saving the day one breath at a time! Or would this work better for an Instagram caption: ‘Being here in India has made me lose the 3 stone I always wanted gone, while making a difference to poor kids lives xx […]
By Michelle Canon Putting words together hardly gives justice to the experiences I have had in India to date. I am into my second week and already feel settled. I may explain the lifestyle here from my eyes and emotions, but it truly is something that needs to be experienced for oneself. Before I came […]
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