Australian Volunteers International



Here you can find a number of AVI’s in-depth resources on a broad range of topics.

AVI Theory of Change

AVI’s Theory of Change outlines our approach and commitment to sustainable, people-centred development. Built over an almost 70-year-old history, our methodology is based on strong evidence and current research, ensuring a progressive model and effective, sustainable outcomes.


AVI Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP)

AVI has released its latest Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) 2024-2026, endorsed by Reconciliation Australia. In this ‘Innovate’ RAP, we set out clear steps we will make as an organisation towards reconciliation, including how we will continue to work in partnership with Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples to reflect on and implement our RAP.


AVI Constitution

Prepared by Russell Kennedy Solicitors, AVI’s Constitution was adopted at the general meeting on 30 October 2009 and amended by the Company in general meeting on 22 October 2021.


ACFID Practice Note

AVI proudly contributed to the Australian Council for International Development’s (ACFID) Practice Note on Responsible Volunteering for International Development. Working with over 20 ACFID member organisations, ACFID has created practice principles for international volunteering for development. As an ACFID member, AVI commits to actively implementing these principles in the work we do.


AVI Strategic Plan 2024-2028

AVI’s purpose is to enable people to create the change they want to see through sharing and exchanging skills, experience, knowledge and building relationships between people and cultures.
Our five-year strategy (2024-2028) is driven by our purpose and demonstrates our ongoing commitment to forging trusted relationships across the world and in Australia – bringing about long-term, sustainable development outcomes and promoting positive global engagement.


Solomon Islands Medical Education Online Learning Modules

The Solomon Islands Medical Education Online Learning Modules are self-directed learning material designed specifically for Solomon Islands Bridging Program and Intern Training Program participants undertaking their prevocational training at the National Referral Hospital. National Referral Hospital and Ministry of Health and Medical Services staff may access the learning modules by completing the form available on the page link below.

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