Blog posts about Food and Income
After the conflict I had nothing
Volunteers are working in the Gulu region, supporting young people access a range of employment and educational opportunities. Chairman of the Lacan Kow Lewet cooperative, Bosco Onyaobo, explains how the project has transformed his life.
Turning an impossible situation around
Rute found herself in an impossible situation. She was pregnant, widowed and no one in her family was earning an income. Things became worse once she discovered she was HIV positive.
A future burning bright for Alice
Alice's family were homeless and in extreme poverty when her miner father and brother died. Things started changing when she joined an income generation workshop
Kenyan Apprentice: Zuckerbergs of Nakuru pitch for Citi funding
Citi's corporate volunteers support disadvantaged Kenyan entrepreneurs
Simple ideas make a big difference for Ghanaian farmers
Volunteer Peter Okoth is working with farmers, introducing new techniques to increase yields and incomes whilst conserving water.
Getting the balance right: A week in the life of a vocational training specialist
A week in the life of Mark White, vocational education volunteer in Uganda
Bricklaying towards a more stable life in Northern Uganda
Samantha's work as a volunteer supporting youth employment in Northern Uganda
Discovering a wealth of opportunity in Tanzania: Sandy's volunteer story
Sandy Hung, 28, left behind a high-powered role to volunteer with disadvantaged businesswomen in Iringa, Tanzania.
20,000 chances to change the world
We’re celebrating 22-year-old Tania Tuzizila from Croydon. She’ll be the 20,000th young person to volunteer through the International Citizen Service (ICS) programme.