CALD International promotes global partnerships, use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT's) and Volunteerism/philanthropy by developing structures or networks that facilitate access to timely and relevant information and resources, innovative and competitive education, local and international business and development opportunities that will enable both the African communities and our partners to compete globally
The successful Global Xchange youth programme is being enhanced to offer a range of new opportunities as a part of the government’s new International Citizen Service (ICS) Programme.
We are now running two programmes, Youth Xchange and Youth Action, for 18-22 year olds.
Youth Xchange is our longest running programme. It gives 18-22 year olds the chance to spend six months tackling important issues, making an impact overseas as well as back on home soil.
Youth Action is a 12 week project spent working in a community overseas. It gives 18-22 year olds the chance to work on issues that really matter.
Mobile phone: Weapon against global poverty By Kevin Voigt, CNN updated 1:57 AM EST, Sun October 9, 2011 | Filed under: Mobile Indian vendor using her mobile phone to take customers orders (CNN) -- When renowned economist Jeffrey Sachs visited rural villages in sub-Saharan Africa in 2005, he saw impoverished communities with poor drinking water, feast-and-famine crop cycles and rampant malaria infections. What he didn't see was mobile phones. "Now mobile phone ownership is perhaps 30% of households and cell phone coverage is widespread," said Sachs, director of the United Nations Millennium Villages Project, which focuses on improving 14 rural villages across 10 African countries as a model for wider prosperity in the region. The advent of the mobile society may have brought convenience and a cultural sea change to the U.S. and Europe, but in the poorest regions of the world, affordable mobile phone access has caused a quantum leap in services -- like calling
The Unique iMlango Programme iMlango is about improving education. We believe that access to the internet and delivering smart digital education services and content helps to improve the education experience and outcomes for children. The programme aims to deliver improved education outcomes to 150,000 children, in 205 schools, and delivers digital attendance monitoring, broadband internet access via satellite and a host of online learning resources to help teachers and students. We are aiming to bring the potential of digital learning and the digital economy to the communities around the schools too. iMlango is delivered by a number of companies in Kenya and the United Kingdom – working in partnership with the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) - and is supported by the Kenyan Ministry of Education, Science and Technology. For more information go to: - http://www.imlango.com/
Fundraising and Community Development POSTINGS OVERSEAS starting September 2012 May 2012 www.cusointernational.org (La version française suit) We are currently recruiting fundraisers and community development professionals to volunteer overseas. Roles are generally longer term, ranging from one to two years and volunteers could be working in countries such as Ethiopia, Cambodia, Burkina Faso or Peru. We are currently recruiting for the following positions: Fundraising and Project Development Advisor Bolivia - 3 months Human Rights Officer Ghana - 6 months Management and Fundraising Advisor Ethiopia - 24 months Project Development & Grant Management Specialist Cameroon - 12 months Women's Rights Specialist Cameroon - 12 months Community Mobilization and Volunteer Advisor Nigeria - 18 months Diaspora Volunteering Lead Researcher Nigeria - 2 months Gender Aud