Alumni News Issue 29

  • Breaking the silence through the Pan-Pads project

    The PansPads Project team with the Australian High Commissioner to Kenya, Ms Alison Chartres, during a visit to Etikoni Secondary School

    When vulnerable girls can’t go to school, they’re disadvantaged for life. They’re robbed of their right to imagine, learn and be empowered.

    Removing barriers preventing vulnerable girls from being...


Alumni use skills to improve horticultural waste

Martha Opondo (left) and Dr Olaide Aderibigbe (right) presenting at the research...

Alumni small grant team empowers Mozambican farmers

Aurelio with Beneficiaries in Guija.

Farmers in Mozambique’s Guija district have...

Inspiring women and girls to become scientists in Mauritius

Dr Devika Saddul is President of the Mauritius Chapter of the OWSD and an Australian Awards...

Teaching a community to fish

Small scale fish farmers harvesting fish in Bahati.

Illegal fishing methods have...

Australian alumni create major changes to mining in Ghana

Three Australian Awards alumni, each with a different lens, are creating positive change in the...

Alumni shifting thinking in Nigeria’s mining industry

“We share evidence from Australia on new ways of working,” says Fatima...


  • 2019 Outcomes Study

    The 2019 Outcomes Study findings suggest that more alumni are maintaining links with Australia. Alumni are using awards skills, knowledge and networks to contribute to sustainable development in their workplace and community.


Most Significant Change

Alumni News Issue 29

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