Periods in a Pandemic

Lockdowns, border closures and nationwide business shutdowns. These are all ramifications of the Covid-19 pandemic that the majority of us have experienced at least once this year. Notably these pandemic generated consequences have made it especially difficult each month for marginalised women and young girls experiencing menstruation.  As obvious as it may be, we need to express that periods do not stop even during a pandemic.  Charity Organisation, Plan International ...

Hearing from Development Together Interns

Whilst studying, a common thought weighing on every university student’s mind is: ‘Will I get a job after I graduate?’ It can be daunting, not knowing if the major you’re studying will translate to a career. The best you can do is gain as much experience as you can during your studies. To differentiate yourself from your peers, a hands-on Internship can be the perfect solution. Many of our students ...

5 Reasons to Intern Remotely

While travel bans are in place and many domestic on-site internships are not available, a Remote Internship is the perfect alternative for university students and new graduates to gain industry skills and experience. Taking part in a Development Together remote internships means you will work collaboratively on a sustainable community development project within a small group, to assist communities in the developing world. Our Remote Internships are personalised to suit ...

COVID 19 – An Update from Our Partners

How Our Partners are Dealing with the Global Covid 19 Pandemic –  As the world continues to battle the Covid-19 pandemic the global community is feeling as vulnerable as ever. Many of us are facing various challenges due to the pandemic’s far-reaching implications. At Development Together we think it is important to stay in touch with one another, spread positivity and check in on those you care about; especially during ...

Uganda in Focus

The capital city of Uganda is Kampala and has a population of 42.86 million (as of 2017). Uganda is best known for it’s beautiful wildlife. It is home to 50% of the world’s population of Mountain Gorillas, 11% of the worlds bird population, and has 6.8% of the world’s butterfly species. Not only that, the cuisine there is incredible! Each tribe has it’s own staple food, making the experience as ...

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