Volunteer Abroad doing Agriculture Work

Volunteer Abroad doing Agriculture Work

Helen Keller International

Volunteer & help save the sight and lives of the most vulnerable children in Vietnam!

Hanoi, Vietnam
Founded in 1915, Helen Keller International is dedicated to saving the sight and lives of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged. We combat the causes and consequences of blindness and malnutrition by establishing programs based on evidence and research in vision, health and nutrition.
Education Healthcare Women Development

Biodiversity Research Institute

Come to Brazil and learn more about Biodiversity & the Environment!

Iporanga, Brazil
The Biodiversity Research Institute is a nonprofit NGO that develops biodiversity research and environmental education programs for the purpose of ecological conservation.
Animals Education Environment
Accommodation

YAAPHA (YOUTH IN ACTION AGAINST POVERTY AND HIV/AIDS) is a non profit organization working in Tanzania main land.Established in 2010 and got registered in July 2011. YAAPHA operates in Kilimanjaro, Tabora and Kigoma Regions.
Agriculture Education Environment
Accommodation Meals

Un poco del Chocó

Gualea-Quito, Ecuador
Un poco del Chocó is a private nature reserve and biological station in the montane rainforest of Northwest Ecuador.
Agriculture Education Environment
Accommodation Meals

The center receives wild animals caught by the police and the environment ministry as pets. We work on their rehabilitation to bring them back to the wild.
Animals
Accommodation Meals

La Gran Vista Agroecological Farm

Repunta Daniel Flores, Costa Rica
Background of the Organization:

Finca La Gran Vista was established on January 16, 2001, as a non-profit project with the aim of spreading awareness of environmentally sustainable agricultural methods to other farmers in the region. It is intended to provide an example for other farms .
Agriculture Animals Education
Accommodation Meals

RUDEC-Rural Development Centre is a business enterprise that focuses on children, women and the environmental protection with focuses on tourism development as a project
Agriculture Childcare Education
Accommodation Meals

Academic Health and Agricultural Development Initiative (AHADI) is a registered Not-for-profit Organization with a mission to fight ignorance, Disease and poverty in rural parts of Kenya through education, healthcare and economic empowerment by use of available resources and voluntary service.
Agriculture Education Environment
Accommodation Meals

EHN Nepal

Kathmandu, Nepal
EHN aims to improve the level of education, health care and child care in Nepal by providing volunteers to support and teach in rural and urban areas of the country.
Education Healthcare
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ACO-Africa
Childcare Healthcare Human Rights
Accommodation Meals

Latest Reviews


Warm and welcoming! reviewed by Audria Choudhury
"I was very much out of my element as a Bangladeshi American grad student when I joined HKI VN for my practicum, in a different country not knowing the language, but the staff here has been supportive from day one. The close-knit environment made me feel part of the team and the director kept me involved in project activities. While the language barrier kept me from being completely involved with implementation and data, I was still able to try a new analysis tool and go over questionnaires. The staff was always understanding of situations that arose, giving me time off as needed, and ready to help with any questions or concerns I'd have. "
on 20/01/2016

Four Golden Weeks reviewed by Ann Kirstin
"I spent four weeks volunteering at IPBio during my semester vacations. The atmosphere at the reserve is very warm and welcoming. Everyone is very supportive and it seems like everyone here at the reserve really enjoys what they are doing! I worked with the communications program and created a newsletter for IPBio. I had a lot of freedom realising my own ideas and giving a personal note to the newsletter which I really enjoyed! The nature that surrounds the reserve is very impressing, hills covered in jungle, many caves and waterfalls and a lot more to discover! Therefore, every weekend was fully booked with trips exploring nature’s treasures. Every person that I met here, if it was another volunteer, a staff member or one of the locals, was very open and extremely nice! During the day, I was working on the newsletter, which required me sitting in front of my computer all the time, but sometimes I did help with the tree inventory as well so that I had the possibility to get out in the field! All in all, I would definitely come back to IPBio! I felt really welcomed and I think it’s a great opportunity to contribute to a really good cause and at the same time collecting personal experiences, if it is new language skills, insights in research work, making new friends, exploring new cultures and Mother Earth herself! "
15 days ago