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Eighteen transition year students from Cólaiste Chroí Mhúire in An Spidéal along with volunteer leaders, will be going to Zambia to work with the Alan Kerins Project.
On Monday the Minister of State with special responsibility for Overseas Development Peter Power TD launched a new three-way partnership at NUI Galway, which it is hoped will greatly benefit young people in Zambia.
Four Zambian students, who have been helped by Alan Kerins Projects paid a visit to Galway recently and attended a special evening of friendship hosted by the voluntary organisation on Friday last in the Clybaun Hotel.
A series of seminars which hopes to raise money to help the poor, and educate the people of Galway, has been organised by Seán Connaughton, a part time lecturer at GMIT. Motivated by the success of former students who referenced their experience and motivation to their time at GMIT, Connaughton, has Trio Seminars, a training experience which he hopes will benfit the wider community.
Elaine Divilly spent two months working in Zambia project managing a block production and building development as part of the Alan Kerins African Projects. In the process, she learned a lot about the realities of Africa and herself too.
The UNESCO Child, Youth and Civic Engagement team, based in NUIG, is to take part in an international collaborative research project on civic engagement, youth, and gender in Zambia.