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Need an escape from the constant noise, demands and distractions of civilization? If so, then our volunteer program may be just right for you. Looking for a truly behind-the-scenes experience? Ever wondered what life would be like living off-grid in a mountain wilderness setting and hosting like-minded travellers? Help Required As a volunteer, you will help with the following: The day-to-day running of a small ecotourism facility. Guiding our interpretive day hikes. Daily house & lodge chores (meal preparation, cleaning, maintenance). Hours & Roster We don’t have set

I am Dante, Founder and Director of the Fundacion Bolivia Digna. I created it in 2006 after working for 20 years in the child protection sector. I wanted to make a real impact and invest as much as possible in the children, that's why I created Bolivia Digna. Since 2015 we have been welcoming international volunteers who have allowed stability in our activities and development. Our work could not, today, be possible without them. We work in communities on the outskirts of the city of Cochabamba, The children we

Bangladesh, Asia Free Volunteering As a Filmmakers Without Borders volunteer, you will share your skills with the next generation of digital storytellers. We cover the total cost of flights, housing and travel insurance and pay participants a basic monthly stipend to cover food for one full year Stay duration:min 6 month(s) Minimum Age:18+ Places available for: 5 helpers As a Filmmakers Without Borders volunteer, you will share your skills with the next generation of digital storytellers. We cover the total cost of flights, housing and travel insurance and pay participants a basic monthly stipend to cover

Volunteer Free Volunteer Free with Cheetah Outreach in South Africa Operating from our home in the Western Cape of South Africa, we provide a tourism, visitor-based opportunity as well as hosting on-site curriculum-linked educational activities for learners and teachers. The primary goal of our volunteers is to communicate the Cheetah Outreach conservation message to guests at the facility through daily guided tours and assisting with cheetah and small animal encounters. Volunteers are given the opportunity to become more involved with the animals on site as they progress through the programme. No experience with

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The Traveler’s Guide  Photo by Larm Rmah So you’ve decided to travel with a purpose and volunteer abroad? Welcome to the community! Volunteering abroad in exchange for food and accommodation is a wonderful way to save money, learn new skills, help others and experience the local lifestyle. While these are all great ways to enrich your life, there are a few things you’ll need to watch out for. For example, some people use these programs as an opportunity to exploit for cheap labor. It happens to a lot of young travelers, and

You Owe It To Yourself To Find Your Calling August 5, 2017 By Shay Gleeson Each and every one of us has a purpose, a function, a meaningful reason why we are on this planet. But sadly most of us never find it, choosing not to search, listen or simply ignore it. Instead we sell ourselves short, accept our limits and other people’s expectations of us, coast through our day to day lives while engaging in meaningless activities and wasting our precious energy. Not living the life that you should be living is the

Top Regrets of International Volunteers I wish I stayed longer. Nearly every volunteer has a hard time saying goodbye when their departure is approaching. Whether they have grown attached to the children at the orphanage, the staff members they have worked closely with, their fellow volunteers, or their host family, volunteers undoubtedly form meaningful relationships and connections during their volunteer program, and it will be difficult to say goodbye. When the time comes, you will hear volunteers expressing this regret loud and clear, on the way to the airport, on

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