Our valued interns

Volunteers have contributed greatly to our programs through the Australian Volunteers for International Development (AVID) , student internships from various universities and as professional consultants with diverse skill-sets.  Our volunteers are committed to sustainable global development and global food and nutrition security.

Our Valued Interns

Althea Wang, 2022 – ongoing

Bachelor of Veterinary Science, University of Queensland

Eunseo (Bri) Oh

Eunseo Oh, 2022 – ongoing

Bachelor of Veterinary Science, University of Queensland

Jessica McIntosh

Jessica McIntosh, 2022- ongoing

Bachelor of Marine Science (Marine Ecology), Griffith University 

Samara Paradine

Samara Paradine, 2021- ongoing

Bachelor of International Studies (Inequality & Development / Japanese), University of Queensland

Samantha Leung, 2021

Doctorate of  Veterinary Medicine, University of Melbourne

Tiffanie Huynh, 2021

Doctorate of  Veterinary Medicine, University of Melbourne

Carl Ume, 2020-21

 Bachelor of International Relations at Griffith University, Australia.

Cecilia Castiello, 2020-21

 Bachelor of Social Science with a Major in Health in the University of Queensland, Brisbane.

Kate Hampson, 2020-21

 Bachelor of International Relations majoring in International Relations of Asia, Griffith University, Brisbane.

Precious Karimi, 2019

Masters awards in Public Relations at the Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane. 

Faith Considine, 2017- 2020

 Bachelor of Business / International Relations, majoring in Global Business and Diplomacy, at Bond University. 

Melissa Ralda,  2018

Bachelor of Business, Griffith University

Linda Sataro, 2018

Masters Communication for Social Change, University of Queensland

Tara Anisa, 2018

Masters of Communication for Social Change, University of Queensland

KYEEMA Intern Alex

Alexandra Sajben, 2017

Masters in Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Queensland