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Join us on International Volunteer Day (Dec. 5) for a free virtual event: Committed to Solidarity

This Monday, December 5th, is International Volunteer Day, and you're invited to join Veterinarians Without Borders (VWB/VSF) and other Canadian volunteer organizations, in partnership with Global Affairs Canada, for a free virtual event: Committed to Solidarity. The event will take place from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. ET.

Join us and hear partners and volunteers discuss their volunteer experiences, along with gender equality and justice, decolonization of international aid, citizen participation, communication, and the environment. There will be an opportunity to take part in a Q & A period after the panel. All past, present, and future international volunteers are welcome!

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  • My voluntary assignments in Ghana for the past three years have dramatically improved animal production in terms of reducing mortality and increasing the size of the herd/flock.
    - Joseph Ansong-Danquah

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