|Changing lives - Colin Wiltshire in PNG|
AusAID officer Colin Wilshire is one of many Australian development specialists working to improve health and education in PNG's Central Province.
|Changing lives - Steve Williams in Samoa|
Retired Australian paramedic Steve Williams decided to make use of his skills as a volunteer providing medical training for fire fighters in Samoa.
|Changing lives - Michael Moller in Samoa|
Combining passions for teaching and international development, air conditioning and refrigeration mechanic Michael Moller is shares his trade in Samoa
|Changing lives - Anita Dunn in Samoa|
Aussie volunteer Anita Dunn shares expertise working with veteran Samoan nurse Simealai Tavana to provide a much needed Nurse-on-Wheels service
|Changing Lives - Edwina Betts in Bougainville|
Australian aid specialist Edwina Betts works with the locals in Bougainville to rebuild health and education systems torn apart by 30 years of fighting.
|Changing Lives - Dr Francette Dusan in Laos|
Aussie vet Dr Francette Dusan works with the World Health Organisation in Asia to battle animal to human disease transmission.
|Changing Lives - Sunny Forsyth in Laos|
Life's greatest necessity, clean drinking water, is a scarce commodity in Laos during dry seasons. Aussie engineer Sunny Forsyth helps find a solution
|Changing Lives - Mark Daniels in the Philippines|
No longer advising the wealthy in Australia, Mark Daniels helps in the Manila slums by organising small loans so families can run their own businesses
|Changing Lives - Natalie McCauley in the Philippines|
Street kids as young as seven survive on their street smarts in frantic Manila. Aussie Natalie McCauley helps these children at risk.
|Changing Lives - Anita Dwyer in Indonesia|
Aussie disaster specialist Anita Dwyer helps Indonesia put measures in place in this disaster prone region so that lives and homes can be saved
|Changing Lives - Alan Atwell in Indonesia|
Coffey International's Alan Atwell is a familiar figure on construction sites in Padang where new health centres are being built.
|Changing Lives - Jane Livesy in Indonesia|
Aussie sports fanatic Jane Livesey has her dream job, combining cricket with a passion for international development in Indonesia, a country she loves
|Changing Lives - Bob Martin in Cambodia|
Teaching Cambodian farmers and their kids the difference between good and bad bugs is extremely rewarding for Aussie scientist Professor Bob Martin
|Changing Lives - Aaron Watson in Cambodia|
Unable to do physical work like planting rice because she has HIV, mother of three Kong Somaly is now selling vegetables at the markets.
|Changing Lives - Cameron Hancock in Vietnam|
KOTO restaurants in Vietnam are popular for great food and for helping street kids to gain valuable skills and change the direction of their lives