Already there has been much progress made, with mentees and their Australian mentors very comfortable with each other, spending plenty of time on Skype, getting ideas and support, and pushing their projects into top gear.
Let’s take a look . . .
We'll bring you more on the IMP soon. In the meantime, think about getting involved in 2017 yourself.
As a local government professional you understand better than most, that the best programs for communities are developed and driven from within those communities.
Our International Mentor Program offers educated and motivated young people in Cambodia and Nepal access to the support and guidance they need to create and run projects to build a better future for themselves and their communities. For some mentors, that’s an opportunity to build on their own coaching and mentoring skills. But for already senior professionals it’s a chance to give back, and share the vast knowledge you’ve built up during your decades of work. A mentor can change the life of a young Nepalese or Cambodian, and make a tangible difference to some of the most disadvantage communities in the world.
Can you spare 1 hour a week for four months?