Nepal-based Parikshya Singh and local government consultant Andy Farrant have been working together to address a universally common issue; how can they make schools energy-efficient and self-sustaining? This research could be the first step towards change in Nepal.
For most people in Australia, we turn on taps, showers and dishwashers every day without a moment’s thought. But a lack of access to clean and safe drinking water can be a life-threatening problem for many in the developing world.
Sushmee is a passionate advocate for the LGBT community in Nepal and visits communities to raise awareness. Her IMP mentor Judy Toll, has seen this first-hand. The IMP mentor went above and beyond, and travelled to Nepal to meet her mentee.
Do you want to be involved? If you would like to become a mentor, and share your local government skills and experience with a mentee in Cambodia or Nepal, register your interest with us today. Applications for the 2019 program will open shortly.