National Scholarships for Disadvantaged Youths

by Global Vision International Charitable Trust
Apr 24, 2012

Moving forward

The GVI National Scholarship Program has started to grow in scale in recent months. We have secured additional funding and agreements to allow us to expand our capacity for building programmes, which will this year see us introduce the new projects in Fiji and Nepal, plus some exciting new initiatives in Australia, the UK and the US. The objectives are 3 fold, to allow young adults opportunities to make become more aware regarding global issues, facilitate an opportunity for them to help make direct impact on those issues locally and empower them to continue making an impact once their scholarship is finished, either within their own communities or through the development of a career in their chosen focus within sustainable development. As we continue to grow this important aspect of our work we hope to be able to announce new initiatives through the course of the year. For more information or to donate please see the following link:


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Global Vision International Charitable Trust

Location: Exeter, Devon - United Kingdom
Website: http:/​/​
Project Leader:
Kate Robey
Exeter, Devon United Kingdom

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