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News from 2017


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May 19th, 2017
Human Rights a new focus for Projects Abroad in Bolivia

Project Abroad launches new Human Rights Project in Bolivia to empower women affected by human trafficking.

May 12th, 2017
Rescued spectacled bears thriving at Taricaya Ecological Reserve, Peru

Four endangered spectacled bears rescued over the fast 2 years are thriving in their new home at the Taricaya Ecological Reserve.

May 10th, 2017
Projects Abroad Microfinance volunteers empower marginalized communities in Ghana

The Projects Abroad Microfinance Project in Ghana will be moving from Akuapem Hills to Cape Coast in April 2017 to provide support to entrepreneurs at a leprosy camp and empower business women in a local fishing community.

March 7th, 2017
Record enrolment numbers for Projects Abroad Teacher Training Project in Peru

The Projects Abroad annual Teacher Training Project in Peru has become increasingly popular, drawing more than 700 local teachers in 2017.

February 28th, 2017
Fiji Shark Conservation Project Celebrates Three Year Anniversary

The Projects Abroad Fiji Shark Conservation Project recently celebrated its third successful year of operation. Through the efforts of volunteers, leading scientists and local staff, the project has contributed to the conservation of sharks, restoration of mangrove forests and educational campaigns in the South Pacific Region.

January 19th, 2017
Projects Abroad partner opens new dormitory at migrant shelter in Mexico

FM4 Paso Libre, a Projects Abroad International Development partner in Mexico, constructed and opened new dormitories at their migrant shelter in Guadalajara. Volunteers assisted with cleaning the dormitories in preparation for their opening.

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