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  1. Cuso International West by Cuso International


    At Cuso International, we believe we are changing the world, one volunteer at a time. That’s because volunteering can be transformative for both the overseas communities and the volunteers themselves.

    Each year, we send hundreds of global citizens to work on collaborative development projects in many countries around the world.

  2. Cuso International by Marian White
    The views expressed in these podcasts do not necessarily reflect the views of Cuso International or its supporters. At Cuso International, we believe we are changing the world, one volunteer at a time. That’s because volunteering can be transforming for both the overseas community and volunteer. Each year, we send hundreds of global citizens to work on collaborative development projects in more than 40 countries around the world.
  3. Cuso International Central by Jessica Dubelaar
    At Cuso International, we believe we are changing the world, one volunteer at a time. That’s because volunteering can be transforming for both the overseas community and volunteer. Each year, we send hundreds of global citizens to work on collaborative development projects in more than 40 countries around the world. The views expressed in these podcasts do not necessarily reflect the views of Cuso International or its supporters.
  4. CUSO Podcast Training by CUSO International
    CUSO-VSO is a civil society development agency that works through volunteers. We send Canadians and Americans abroad to work on collaborative development projects in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean. We are one of North America’s largest international development non-profits that works through volunteers.

    Contribute to a world of solutions CUSO-VSO places people of all ages who have the hands-on know-how and perspectives needed to work with organizations working to overcome poverty. The causes of disadvantage are complicated, and volunteering is not a panacea to poverty - but we think it is part of the solution. It helps build the ‘social infrastructure’ critical to any nation’s future.

    Visit the CUSO web site