International Development And Relief: Articles, Programs, Blogs, Travel Resources

Working in disaster and conflict zones exacts a high mental toll on aid workers. Recognizing the fact would be a good first step.
A program aimed at providing assistance to female survivors of violence is launched in Copán, Honduras.
What can a group of women running a restaurant in Myanmar teach a veteran Toronto cooking school instructor and Cuso International volunteer? Plenty.
Volunteer health and medical placements abroad can be enormously beneficial, or terribly irresponsible. Here are five ways to avoid common pitfalls.
Read about Rubén’s incredible experience with his wife and daughter as an International Development Scientist in the Amazon jungles of Peru.
Since 1949, Raptim Travel has pioneered humanitarian travel, forging the way for humanitarian organizations to deliver care where it’s needed most.
The essential course to prepare professionals for work opportunities and careers in international development - October 27-31, 2014
Born into war in Lebanon, Doctors Without Borders veteran Richard Zereik knows what it means to be a refugee.
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