Our partners

We love working with our partners who are just as committed to getting development right.  Find out how you can partner with us.

 

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Monash University and WhyDev have partner to deliver Colab m, an online mentoring platform for Master of International Development Practice students. It is the vision of both organisations that the program will eventually be extended to university students and development practitioners around the world.

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Young Opportunities Australia (YOA) provides information, support and advice to students and graduates seeking purposeful career development opportunities. Their mission is to connect young Australians with the opportunities, contacts, skills and support they need to find or create productive, fulfilling and engaging employment.

WhyDev and Young Opportunities Australia have partnered because we seek to inspire young people in their meaningful engagement with the world. We mutually recognise the need to empower current and future development practitioners, and have resolved to work collaboratively to expand the information and support available to young Australians participating in development activities both in Australia and abroad.

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SHE Investments supports female micro entrepreneurs in Cambodia to scale their enterprises through a Business Development Program, which consists of culturally tailored workshops, mentoring and individual support. SHE aims to bridge the gender gap in entrepreneurship and small business in Cambodia, by supporting women to create social and economic impact.

WhyDev and SHE Investments have partnered because we seek to contribute meaningfully to development in Cambodia and to support young people in their meaningful engagement with the world. We mutually recognise the need to empower current and future development practitioners, and have resolved to work collaboratively to expand the opportunities and support available to young Australians participating in development activities both in Australia and abroad.

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