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Our sea turtle conservation volunteers provide a constant presence on two beaches on our properties with morning and night patrols where they monitor the nesting activity, predation rates and increase hatchling success of these incredible species by
Volunteer Nepal, an affiliate of Nepal Orphans Home, strives to serve the poor and enhance the relationship between the Nepalese people and volunteers who seek a heartfelt, life-changing experience. In 2015, over a 120 individuals, representing
Marketing, agriculture, awareness, capacity building, renovation & construction, working together with local schools
Research and conservation volunteers are needed to help protect the last resident Bottlenose Dolphins in the north-eastern Adriatic Sea. By working closely with marine biologists, volunteers are directly involved with dolphin monitoring and obtain
Give A Day Global volunteers can help tutor primary students in English and basic Computer Skills at an early childhood education pre-school program. In addition they can assist the teaching staff with arts and crafts activities.
Give A Day Global works with 2 different nonprofit organizations in Mexico - one in Cancun and another in San Miguel de Allende. They work in the areas of nutrition and childcare respectively. Let us know when and where you are traveling and we would
Be a part of community-based, Thai-led projects in education, childcare, health, construction, and elephant care. Volunteer in the most stunning of locations from the Hill Tribes of the jungles and mountains in the north to the beautiful island of
*We are unable to place volunteers in their own country* GVN currently has opportunities for international volunteers to work in the Children's Program with orphans, and children with disabilities, or teaching. You will be working alongside the
The FIMRC clinic in San Felipe, Alajuelita was established in January of 2005 and is just a short walk to the underserved communities of Jasmin ("Jasmine") and Los Pinos ("The Pines"). The centrally located clinic serves as a FIMRC base within the
Standing at the foot of Mount Elgon, 150 miles east of the bustling capital city of Kampala, stands FIMRC's clinic at Project Bumwalukani. The community is comprised of approximately 10,000 to 15,000 inhabitants with an average annual income of $200.