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BBCA and Workplace Wellness

Uniterra-Botswana has been working with a new partner during the course of last year: The Botswana Business Coalition on AIDS (BBCA), a private sector coalition, mandated by the government of Botswana to facilitate and coordinate the private sector’s response to the HIV and AIDS pandemic in Botswana.

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Mali Results Statement

11 partner organisations have increased their capacities through the program. In total, 103 volunteers, including 60 women, worked 7,879 person-days and 4,000 people, including 66% women, acquired newr skills in governance and community work, marketing, mobilisation of resources, organisational and cooperative management.

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Vietnam Results Statement

10 partner organisations have increased their capacities through the program. In total, 59 volunteers, including 37 women, worked 5,190 person-days and 7,966 people, including 67% women, acquired new skills in the areas of teaching, training the trainers, the integration of gender equality, and communications.

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Antigua hosts second Fair Trade Exhibition

The second Fair Trade and Social Economy Exhibition of Guatemala – organised jointly by the Comisión Interinstitucional, the Ministry of Economy and Uniterra – took place in Antigua, November 11 to 13. According to the comments collected by our team at the exhibition, the three days were very profitable and...

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Dr. Pierre Allard, a L4C physician in Burkina Faso in 2010 and 2011 has won the "Jeff Turnbull Contributions to International Medecine" Award of $ 5,000 which he is donating to Revs+.

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Dear Uniterra volunteers in the field, returned volunteers and volunteers in Canada, we wanted to mark this 10th anniversary by making a video in your honor! If you only had to remember in a few words the message in this video presented by Michel Chaurette, director of Uniterra, it would...

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Act now this World AIDS Day!

Since the first World AIDS Day on December 1st 1988, there have been many achievements made in the field of HIV and AIDS, but much work still needs to be done. There are approximately 33.4 million people living with HIV with sub-Saharan Africa accounting for 67 per cent of HIV...

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