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Volunteer Service Abroad

A group of Masai in Tanzania’s Ngorongoro Conservation Area take a break from pastoral duties. VSA launched its Tanzanian programme in 1987 and has since placed some 63 volun­teers in the country, working on everything from agriculture to health and local govern­ment. Over the last 42 years, VSA has mounted programmes in 32 coun­tries. As VSA’s manager for Africa (1988–1996) and external relations (1999–2003), Trevor Richards is well placed to examine the chang­ing face of VSA, aid and development.

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