Development impact stories
Read in further detail how Commonwealth alumni have made an impact within their organisations and communities, and across nations and internationally, as described in the articles below
by Kirsty Scott | Feb 15, 2023 | Strengthening global peace, security and governance
Julia Negumbo shares her work at UNSECO and how she is contributing to change in her home country of Namibia and across Africa.
Tracy Asamoah shares the potential to turn waste into clean energy in Ghana and the importance of working with communities to achieve change
Dr Lemonge Norbert Nkapleweh shares his experiences delivering urgent free healthcare in conflict affected regions in Cameroon.
Aminath Shiyama’s work in the Maldives is helping to ensure that education is meeting the unique needs of small island states.
Deborah Adesina shares the importance of community and stakeholder engagement in raising awareness of the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Zipporah Ali shares her motivations for and experiences of raising awareness about hospice and palliative care in Kenya.
by Kirsty Scott | Nov 16, 2022 | Strengthening global peace, security and governance
Monica Kirya discusses her work in tackling corruption and its impact on women and girls in Uganda.
Madalitso Mlava Mbendera shares her insights on the importance of communications and media to the United Nations Development Programme’s work in Malawi
by Kirsty Scott | Nov 10, 2022 | Strengthening global peace, security and governance
Lee-Anne Germanos discusses her work raising awareness of the prevalence and causes of GBVF in South Africa.
Elijah Odundo explains the important role of county governments in delivering climate change adaptation strategies in Kenya.