Join the 2023-24 Pathy Fellows as they share their experiences implementing innovative projects around the world!

Thursday, May 23
10:00am – 12:00pm
– drop in anytime –
LOCATION: Coady 342 (Main building, 3rd floor)

Nine Fellows working in Canada, Pakistan, Nigeria, Uganda, Tanzania, and Malawi on a diverse range of social-change initiatives will be presenting on their projects. The poster fair will be an informal opportunity to learn about how young leaders are applying and implementing their skills in community development in innovative and creative ways on critical social issues. It’s sure to be a wonderful morning of conversations and learning! Refreshments will be provided.

All are welcome to join to learn more about the following projects:

  • Youth/Athlete led sexual violence prevention, Kingston, ON
  • Black student retention and inclusion in post-secondary, Toronto, ON
  • CleanTech, Rickshaw conversion in Lagos, Nigeria
  • Economic and sexual/reproductive health rights with women refugees, Kyaka II, Uganda
  • Comprehensive sex and health education, Halifax, NS
  • Feminist agroecology and soil remediation, Chilanga, Malawi
  • Youth mental health through sports and training, Pakistan
  • Anti-Human Trafficking with Muslim women, Ottawa, ON
  • Youth sexual and reproductive health and rights education, Moshi, Tanzania

About the Pathy Foundation Fellowship

The Pathy Foundation Fellowship is an intensive 12-month opportunity for graduating students from partner universities (Bishop’s, McGill, Carleton, uOttawa, Queen’s, and StFX) who have an existing meaningful connection with a community anywhere in the world and an innovative initiative idea to strengthen that community. Fellows are provided with comprehensive training, dedicated ongoing support and up to $40,000 to make a sustainable impact in their chosen community and to support their growth as active and effective leaders and change-makers.