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It is Reledev’s goal to provide opportunities for young Australians to get involved in poverty alleviation activities. Reledev promotes volunteer work in an effort to raise awareness among young adults about the world’s poverty related issues. In this way they become the future advocates for developmental change.

Reledev partners with university colleges and study centres to establish volunteer-oriented programs and seeks out volunteers among high school and university students and young professionals. These volunteers are given the chance to participate in service projects and work camps in Australia and overseas. These projects take place in holidays and run between 1 and 4 weeks and often resume periodically or from year to year.

 

 

Reledev’s partners include:

Dubbo Service Projects 

 

This is a long-standing Australian-based project during the school holidays.

The Dubbo Service Project is a joint project of Reledev and Creston College and is organised in consultation and assistance of two Dubbo community organisations: Apollo House and the Buninyong Community Centre.  To learn more...

 

 

Service Projects Abroad

 

Creston College has been running service projects to the Philippines, India and throughout the Pacific since the late 1980's and for the past 11 years in collaboration with Reledev. Service projects provide young Australian women with the opportunity to get involved in poverty alleviation activities.

 

Tangara School for Girls has been running service projects to the Philippines since 2010 and from 2015, in collaboration with Reledev. Service projects provide young Australian women with the opportunity to get involved in poverty alleviation activities like teaching first aid and painting the school.

Nairana

Nairana has been running work camps to the Aboriginal communities in Australia and Pacific countries since 2010 and from 2014, in collaboration with Reledev. Work camps provide young Australian men with the opportunity to get involved in poverty alleviation activities like building toilet blocks and teaching sanitation.

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Warrane

Warrane College has been running work camps to Aboriginal communities and Asia Pacific countries like Vietnam and Vanuatu since 1987 and from 2014, in collaboration with Reledev. Work camps provide young Australian men with the opportunity to get involved in poverty alleviation activities like building kindergarten classrooms and providing relief in floods.

Lowana has been running service projects in regional NSW (Wagga Wagga) and in Kenya. Since 2017, Lowana collaborated with Reledev in conducting their overseas service project in Kenya. Service projects provide young Australian women with the opportunity to get involved in poverty alleviation activities.