VSO (Voluntary Service Overseas)

We bring people together to fight poverty.

Our unique role in international development is to place committed volunteers with carefully selected organisations so their skills generate the greatest value.

We know, from almost sixty years of experience, that when teachers pass on their skills to others, community groups shown reliable sources of income, and governments helped to make systems fairer, this brings about lasting change.


Last year our organisation provided:

  • Training for 66,000+ teachers in 16 countries, benefiting more than 850,000 school children
  • Increasing the knowledge and skills of 31,863 health practitioners
  • Supporting over 984,000 people to access better health services
  • Improving access to food and income for 146,000 people in 15 countries

Help build a better, fairer world for those in poverty.

If you:

  • support VSO’s vision – a world without poverty in which people work together to fulfil their potential
  • can offer professional experience to contribute to VSO’s goals
  • have a positive approach and enjoy working in a diverse environment
  • welcome new challenges and deal with them in a flexible, open-minded way

We can offer:

  • a workplace that encourages learning and development
  • an opportunity to work with people from diverse backgrounds
  • competitive compensation and benefits
  • a chance to combine your professional skills with a good cause.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Visit VSO (Voluntary Service Overseas)
Multiple locations
Permanent
Competitive
You'll be based in general hospitals or local health clinics where you’ll share your skills and knowledge particularly with paediatric department colleagues, but also other medical staff.
Details

Worldwide
Volunteer opportunity
Competitive
The objective of the placement is to transfer skill and knowledge to paediatric and neonatal department staff specifically and hospital staff in general in order to improve health outcomes and increase the quality of services in local health facilities.
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Volunteer role: Midwife

Industry: NGO Profession: Health
EthiopiaSierra LeoneTanzaniaUganda
Volunteer opportunity
Competitive
Improve the quality of Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health (MNCH) services in the region by strengthening the capacity of midwives, health care workers, community health workers and establishment of systems and referral mechanisms essential for maternal and newborn care both at faculty and community level.
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Multiple Locations,
Contract
Competitive
Work in collaboration with the Regional Health Management Team (RHMT) to strengthen gynaecological services in targeted health facilities
Details

Multiple Locations,
Contract
Competitive
Improve the quality of Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health (MNCH) services in the region by strengthening the capacity of midwives.
Details

Multiple Locations,
Contract
Competitive
Build the capacity of health workers and clinical senior staff in management of essential newborn and maternal care through training, coaching and mentoring
Details

The Project Officer will oversee the implementation of the Youth Employment and Entrepreneurship project in Machakos and Siaya.
Details

Yangon, Myanmar
Contract
Competitive
The Inclusion Advisor will work to popularize th Inclusion Champions model to ensure coordinated and integrated approach to delivery VSO capacities in SIG.
Details

Company Statistics

Formation

1958

Location

Worldwide