22 May 2020

Good Neighbours: Helping kids cope with anxiety

Our friends in South Korea know a thing or two about keeping calm in the face of adversity. The last few months have been so difficult for many, not least our children and young people. Good Neighbours International have created these helpful videos that will teach children breathing exercises. They help to calm a busy […]

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19 May 2020

COVID-19: Good Neighbours around the world

For around 30 years, Good Neighbours has worked to help those most in need. As an international humanitarian and development NGO, Good Neighbours International is scaling up its activity to help prevent further spread of the epidemic in 45 countries. Global response From providing protective gowns in China in February 2020, to installing hand washing […]

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21 February 2020

A great day at the Summer Opportunities Fair

We were thrilled to meet so many students at the Summer Opportunities Fair at York St John University. We were truly humbled by how many students showed an interest in our organisation. It was a great way of introducing ourselves and feeling part of the community in York.   We had a good old chinwag […]

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25 January 2020

Good Neighbours Nicaragua joined the Nicaragua’s School Entrepreneurship programme

Good Neighbours Nicaragua agreed a partnership with Teach a Man to Fish (www.teachamantofish.org.uk) and to also participate in Nicaragua’s School Entrepreneurship programme in 10 schools for 150 students. This programme supports student and teachers in schools to plan, run and develop a School Business in 2020. Nicaragua’s School Enterprise Challenge and Teach a Man to […]

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29 November 2019

Mongolian Children raise their voices in parliament

In commemoration of the 30th anniversary of the adoption of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, Good Neighbours Mongolia launched a campaign to deliver a resolution to the Mongolian government on the theme of “Children can affect government policy” from 10-20 November 2019. Mongolia joined the UN Convention on the Rights of […]

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18 September 2019

Our hunger project published in World Development journal

A research paper on the performance of the Saemaul Zero Hunger Community (SZHC) project to improve food security, income generation, education and infrastructure has been published in journal 124 of world renowned World Development journal. Good Neighbours Tanzania and Good Neighbours Bangladesh worked alongside Good Neighbours Korea and the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) […]

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10 September 2019

Report launched in Cambodia on drug prevention

A National Youth Forum on “Drug Prevention and Youth Development” was held on Tuesday 03rd September, 2019 in Phnom Penh. The event, a collaboration between Good Neighbours Cambodia (GNC) with the government ministries of National Authority for Combating Drug (NACD), Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport (MoEYS) and Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training Affair […]

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15 August 2019

Creating a voice for the youth of Zambia

On the 12th August, Good Neighbours Zambia participated in the 2019 International Youth Day commemorations. Hosted by the United Nations in collaboration with the Ministry of Sport, Youth and Child Development, the day was an opportunity for governments and other stakeholders to draw attention to issues that concern youth worldwide, and for the youth to […]

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1 June 2019

Remembering the young orange seller; promoting children’s rights in Paraguay

On the 31 May 2004, an eleven year old girl who sold oranges on the streets of Paraguay’s capital Asuncion, died of sexual abuse. This raised the alarm on the violation of children’s rights in Paraguayan society throughout the world. Every May since, the Paraguay Government and civic groups have carried out a ‘green ribbon […]

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22 May 2019

Children empowered to teach themselves thanks to innovative software prize winners

Currently, more than 250 million children around the world cannot read or write, and about one in every five children are out school. Two joint prize winners of the Global Learning XPRIZE have been announced who want to change that. They have created scalable software that enables children to teach themselves reading, writing and arithmetic. […]

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