International Organization For Animal Protection (OIPA) CAMEROON

Bmaneda , Cameroon, Africa

We are an authorized International Animal and environemntal protection organisation in Cameroon

Volunteering Activities

Agriculture Work
Animal Care
Conservation Work
Web Work

What We Need

By volunteering with OIPA Cameroon , you will make a major contribution to the welfare of both domestic and wild animals and the environment in Cameroon . On a personal level, you will have the unique opportunity to work alongside some incredible animals and gain the satisfaction that comes from helping to make a positive impact on their lives (and yours!). Working with the local community and the inspiring people who run OIPA is an opportunity of a lifetime!

No previous experience is required but you will need to be willing and enthusiastic. A strong interest in conservation and wildlife, animal welfare and environment protection is recommended. You will need to be physically fit, able to tolerate high temperatures and humidity, work well within a team and be adaptable to living and working in a group.

What are Volunteer duties?

As a volunteer you will spend minimum of 5 hours daily working for animals both stray/owned, domestic/wild and environment protection. In addition, you will also enjoy the opportunity to visit local communities in Cameroon and meeting people in remote areas with different culture and traditions.

Your first day with OIPA will consist of an orientation session and full details of the locations where you are going to work. The orientation will cover both logistical information regarding how the organization is run and educational material detailing the fundamentals of animal welfare and environmental basics. You will be trained and supervised by the experienced animal keepers and vet technician in collaboration with the ministry of livestock fisheries and animal industries of Cameroon.
Each day is a little bit different at OIPA and Volunteer activities may include the following:

Preparing and distributing Food to stray animals
Catching and stray animals
Gardening / Plantation /Nursery Maintenance & Development
Teaching nursery, primary and secondary school on animal welfare, care and environment protection
Meeting with hunters and discussing on alternative means of income
Working with our mobile clinic to provide medical care to stray and some owned animals
Working as a secretary at the OIPA secretariat
Working with OIPA investigators to monitor and investigate cruelty and bust meat trafficking

Note: OIPA is not responsible for any expenses we only provide free accommodation.

Volunteer must be willing to work and stay in remote areas.

Must speak and understand English

What are the Working Hours?

Monday to Friday
09.00 Hrs to 17.00 Hrs
Lunch break : 1300 Hrs
Saturdays and Sundays are free days for you to relax and explore.

When & Who

Yes, we require a minimum of 1 Month

What we Provide


Our Fees


including transportation from Airport to project located


Contact Person 57 mankon, Bmaneda, Cameroon.

Additional Info about Us

Up to 5 people

OIPA, International Organization for Animal Protection, is an International Confederation of associations for the animal protection and for the defence of animal rights all over the world.
OIPA was founded in 1981 by Milly Shär Manzoli and belongs to the Union for the Abolition of Vivisection.
OIPA is NGO affiliated with the UN Department of Public Information and the UN Economic and Social Council.
The Organization’s purpose consists in the defence of animal rights and in the defence of the animals from every kind of mistreatment. It also follows the purpose of improving the public health through the abolishment of any kind of animal experiment throughout the world. The Organization also works for environmental defence, where precarian ecological conditions may damage the human health and animal and vegetal life in their wholeness. The Organization wants to bring its contribute for a better, a healthier and a more human world, for a medical science that is not based on violence, for a more efficient sanitarian structure, for an ecologically clean environment

What are you waiting for?

We at International Organization For Animal Protection (OIPA) CAMEROON would love to hear from you!