Anna Oposa saw the devastation humans were inflicting on the seas surrounding the Philippines, so she started up an education initiative
The Chevening Effect
Our global community of changemakers is working hard to tackle global and local challenges, and bring to life the ideas that can create a better world.
Since 1983, Chevening has brought the most exceptional individuals from around the world to study in the UK. This unique opportunity has helped to elevate careers, transform communities, shift and deepen perspectives, and build intercontinental bridges.
Chevening’s global community of leaders are challenging convention, exploring new ideas, asking difficult questions, and creating new solutions. Across different professions and nationalities, their actions are changing lives, and change often starts with an idea.
Gadadhar Reddy has made it his mission to visit Mars in his lifetime. Despite being told his dreams were too ambitious, he has set out to prove that anything is possible
Kagiso Madibana is a social entrepreneur, author, and academic. She founded an organisation that aims to transform young lives in Botswana.
Scholars dedicate 6,467 hours of their time to good causes - all this whilst studying on intensive master's courses.
Juleus Ghunta examines the varied effects of storytelling on the choices and hopes of victims of complex trauma.
Amina Mohamed to co-chair group of 12 influential figures from across the Commonwealth to drive forward political momentum on girls’ education.
❤Chevening Scholars volunteered 6,467 hours of their time to UK charities in 2018/2019
🌐The CAPF programme will fund 83 projects in 86 countries and territories in 2019/2020
♕17 Chevening Alumni have become heads of government or state following their award