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International voluntary service involving people from 'northern' countries represents a widespread and growing phenomenon on the African continent, prompting increased interest in the effects of international service on volunteers. Despite this trend, little research has been conducted on the contribution of international service to the development of the host organizations and communities where volunteers live and serve. Drawing on interviews and focus groups conducted with internationaldoi:10.1093/cdj/bss037 fatcat:6qfqpjt4tfembnszdgzz3tj574