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RIDO

Summer 2018: Join a Group of Volunteers to help make a Ugandan Community Self-Sustainable

Masaksa, Uganda.
July 1 - July 15, 2018
RIDO (Rural Integrated Development Organization) is a Non-Profit Community-Based Organization located in the Masaka District of Uganda. Established in 2007 to spread awareness about HIV/AIDS prevention to the grassroots communities, RIDO expanded its activities to tackling environmental issues working hand in hand with local communities of Masaka. In partnership with these communities, our current efforts are in addressing a variety of development issues they have identified. Their most pressing issues are poor health, environmental conservation, lack of skills for development and poverty. Together with the communities some of the projects we are working on are the construction of underground water tanks, energy saving stoves, vegetable gardens, tree planting and skills development. RIDO aims to improve the livelihood status of the rural-based people of Kyesiiga and other communities in Masaka while working with women and youth and giving support to the most vulnerable in the community.

The Life Development Center

Experience life in rural Thailand with a group from all over the world

Chiang Mai, Thailand.
June 3 - June 16, 2018
Experience life in a rural Thai village with a group from all over the world! Support the non-profit's projects through hands-on activities including planting trees, building water dams and helping our teachers at the local village school.3-4 days, and lots more.
97% response rate
Currently Not Seeking Volunteers
We are a nonprofit that uses volunteer tourism to restore cultural heritage sites alongside communities around the world, advancing sustainable development, cross-cultural understanding and celebration of their cultures and histories.

Using music as the vehicle for environmental change: local genres, local languages, local issues, starting in Southern Africa!

FSD strives to make lasting, sustainable change that is deeply rooted in the community and driven by the community members themselves.

74% response rate
The Southwestern Research Station (SWRS) is a non-profit biological field station owned by the American Museum of Natural History, NY and has been operational since 1955. We house/feed/provide lab facilities for researchers from around the world who come to study the amazing biodiversity found here.

100% response rate
The Tandana Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit organization that connects indigenous Ecuadorian and Malian people to volunteers from the U.S. in order to create win-win situations where everyone walks away with a better understanding of one's self, all people, and the Earth.