SIF Research Paper on Global Partners for Sustainable Development


This report is our third study in a series of papers on the contributions of international volunteers in Asia.

This report is our third study in a series of papers on the contributions of international volunteers in Asia. It centres on volunteer contributions to capacity building for SDG 3 (Good Health & Well -Being), as well as the value-add of international volunteering as a people-centred development approach. It also considers how volunteer programmes can support the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), specifically SDG 17 which highlights the value of global partnerships as a modality for sustainable development. 

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