RAVN was launched by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) in 2015 and brings together all Australian Government funded returned volunteers through the Australian aid program since the 1960s. You can find more information about the network here. The network aims to be a place for returned volunteers from all Australian Government-funded overseas volunteer programs to connect with each other and continue to tell stories and share ideas and resources, long after returning home from their assignments.
Scope Global, as an implementing partner of the Australian Volunteers for International Development (AVID) program, also continues to positively engage with returned Australian volunteers to continue their relationship to the AVID program. It is hoped that the Alumni community will promote the involvement of Australians in development issues and positively contribute to the promotion of the AVID program and Australia's broader overseas aid program.
In addition to RAVN, Scope Global offers the following opportunities for Alumni:
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