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Cameroonian Action for Aids Welfare and Return Home (CAAWRHO) is a registered charity in UK under the Registration No: 1115448 which aims to alleviate asylum seekers and refugees from Africa and Cameroon in particular living in the UK. Our team of expects provide advice, support and information on education and training, employment, sponsorship, integration with Communities, health and nutrition and income generation etc. CAAWRHO was founded in 2006 by a group of Cameroonians living in the UK. CAAWRHO Trust was established in 2006 for public benefit in United Kingdom. We work with local authorities in UK and abroad to identify orphan children up to the age of 12 in Cameroon who have no visible means of support. Many of these children are victims of the scourge HIV/ AIDS that is taking a terrible toll throughout Cameroon, asylum seekers and refugees from Africa living in UK particularly those from French speaking African Countries. By relieving such persons who are in need of education and training, employment, income generation, poverty and sickness. We provide advice, support and information. We also respond to disasters and emergencies, CAAWRHO promotes sustainable economic and social development by working with local communities.

African Youth Alliance Common Initiative Group


The African Youth Alliance Group’s mission is to improve the education and living conditions of women and young girls of rural areas of Cameroon through the creation of clubs in villages where young girls and women can meet in safe discussion spaces, benefit from peer mentoring, learn new skills and bridge the inter-generational gap. We aim to empower women and young girls to challenge unjust policies affecting their lives and improve their skills through trainings on women’s rights, gender based violence, and livelihood support for income generation.
We encourage women and young girls to come together into clubs called MAD (Making A Difference) Sisters Clubs. The women and girls meet twice a month in their clubs, which are safe discussion spaces where they can freely talk about the issues affecting them in their communities, support each other and find solutions. In the clubs, we empower them on women’s rights, leadership skills and train them on income generating activities (powder soap/arts and crafts production). Most women/girls in rural communities practice farming activities for subsistence. We therefore also implement organic agricultural projects to improve on their access for food security and for climate change control.
We finally support women/young girls in organizing community events where they can pass messages on gender equality and access to socioeconomic rights.
We have so far created a network of 06 clubs in 06 communities of North West mote communities of North West Cameroon. Cameroon; we regularly work with (a total membership of about 350 women and girls) and have successfully reached out to over 1’650 women and young girls, 90 % of them in rural areas.
The African Youth Alliance Group was founded by 4 women from rural communities of North West Cameroon. Angry with the discrimination women face in their villages to have access to education and economic opportunities and frustrated by the scarcity of structures addressing the issues related to women, especially those in rural remote communities, they decided to found a community-based organization that would empower them directly. We believe that:
• Women and young girls from rural communities should not face abuse and discrimination in villages because they are not aware of their rights.
• Women and young girls from rural communities should be empowered and come together to have a bigger voice and fight for their rights in rural communities.
• Women and young girls should no longer face challenges and male domination due to a major lack of economic empowerment.

One World 365


Search rewarding volunteering programs worldwide with One World 365 where you can help communities, wildlife and the environment.

Together for Women and Children


Together for Women and Children – TOWOC was founded by a group of Social Workers, gender experts, Community Relay Agents and lawyers who were concerned with the plight of children, widows, young people, single mothers, female school drop-outs, orphans and vulnerable children, and HIV and AIDS infected persons. Especially those in the hard-to-reach areas.
Much of our work as in previous years has been based on the three pillars upon which our strategic plan lies namely; Gender and Capacity Building, Education and Support for orphans/vulnerable, Health and HIV/AIDS.
Inspired by the existing laws of the government of Cameroon, which seeks to empower individuals to assure full responsibility in nation building, and the noisy confusions surrounding human existence, TOWOC was created to culture and redirect the lapses affecting our communities. This is in defense of the principles of globalization and sustainable development.
Sustainable development entails the putting together of the limited resources at the disposal of man for positive achievements to humanity. It is a collective procedure whereby the skills and resources of collective fragment account for a collective whole. In this quest there of TOWOC seeks to exploit the lost skills buried in the heart of every living being. It is empowering the people to stand up and work for the well being of the community. It to the development of every society and should not be left out in the race for globalization and sustainable development. Of worth is the education and re-education of the individual with an emphasis on the symbolic relationship and relevance of the environment on human existence. This ultimately attunes to the importance TOWOC attributes to human health and community development.
So far, we have reached 3500 people directly and about 11,500 indirectly in our activities.



Love Volunteers provides rewarding, safe and affordable volunteering opportunities in developing countries around the world.

We offer not for profit programs fees and flexible volunteer placements from one week to six months. Whether you have a passion for teaching, construction, medical work, helping children or the elderly, helping people living with HIV/AIDS, animal welfare or conservation we have a volunteer abroad program that will suit you - and probably one in each continent.



Helps International (HINT) Cameroon is a charitable non-profit and non-governmental organisation whose mission is to improve on the social and economic well-being and health of the poor and underprivileged in the society, through education, skills development and job creation. We have projects and volunteering opportunities in five main areas which are:

1. Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs)

2. Health

3. Education

4. Economic Development

5. Community Development

There are a number of volunteer positions currently available as listed below. If there is anything you can do in the list, please visit our website and fill in the application form.

· Project proposal writing

· Fundraising

· Help build a database of very poor and needy children in our community

· Secretarial work (typing, sending emails etc)

· AIDS literature preparation and production

· AIDS education and awareness in schools, community groups and universities

· Identification of orphans & street children in the community

· Teaching computer and internet skills

· Computer hardware installations and repairs

· Computer software installations, repairs and development

· Teaching young entrepreneurs business management skills

· Teaching tailoring & interior design

· Teaching carpentry skills

VIRTUAL VOLUNTEERING: Fundraising, proposal writing and translating our website into French.



EDGE of AFRICA is combining a visit to breath-taking countries in Africa with a life-changing volunteer experience.

Our vast variety of wildlife, environmental, sports, medical and community projects ensures exposure to the colourful heritage, cultures and traditions these countries have to offer, with the valuable benefit of making an actual, tangible difference in the lives we touch.

Our organisation operates without any official funding. We rely solely on the goodwill, dedication and enthusiasm of our team members and volunteers. As winner of multiple awards, we accommodate all ages and nationalities, and guarantee an authentic, African experience in a safe and beautiful environment.

EDGE of AFRICA’s Ethos and Principles aim to encourage empowerment by promoting self-worth & education through responsible volunteering. We choose our projects very carefully. We aim to work at a grassroots level, meaning we work alongside locals, hearing what their needs and dreams are. We aim to empower individuals and to create a self-sustaining community. This is an instrumental factor in which projects we decide to run. EDGE of AFRICA hopes to inspire and educate individuals who otherwise don’t have the opportunities, creating a mentality of ‘I can do it!’

Why support EDGE of AFRICA?

We don't just go rushing ahead and creating part-time volunteer opportunities to please our voluntary workers. We don't go around looking for kids with runny noses, crèches in need of assistance, alien plants to be eradicated and HIV patients requiring a bit of sympathy just to act the part. We don't get our volunteers involved in services that offer them a sense of goodwill while they're over here, but then slowly dissolve as soon as they leave back home. Our projects are all sustainable and continue long after volunteers' footsteps have been washed off our beaches.

We accommodate all age, race and religious groups.

You can join us as a single volunteer or intern, or come over as part of a school or university group. We can recommend the most rewarding program for the more mature volunteers, and adapt our programs to suit your requirements.

The accommodation is very comfortable, the meals are heart-warming and the staff members will become your best friends.

Our headquarters are based in Knysna, in the jewel of the Garden Route and one of the top holiday destinations globally.

We have well established opportunities in Madagascar, Zimbabwe and Cameroon.

Our overall volunteer feedback is extremely positive and we boast a high return rate of volunteers.

For more information about our individual programmes please visit our website: or email to request a brochure



Ann Foundation's mission is to empower disadvantaged children through progressive education.

Educating disadvantaged children; breaking the poverty cycle.We envision a world where every disadvantaged child has access to primary education.

The Ann Foundation is a nonprofit, non-sectarian organization committed to improving the quality of education for children/youth with disabilities around the globe. The Ann Foundation is working in India, Russia, Africa and continues to expand its missions in new areas and communities

Education creates independence that inspires confidence which brings peace.
We at Ann Foundation aspire to bring the basic right of education to all children and young people across the world because we believe that education creates a better tomorrow for everyone.Poverty, disability, gender discrimination, child labor, slavery – all are stumble blocks that keep youngsters from the mainstream education. Once out of the system they face ever increasing challenges to make it. Left behind without choice.

Disability is one of the top obstacles around the world. Over 93 million less fortunate children live with the disability. They often experience inequalities in life and have fewer opportunities to access quality education. Education brings hope to these children. Hope that they also can make it on an equal footing.
Our new projects: Empowering destitute girls in Kolkata.
Educating children who are doing child labor.
Bringing hope for the children with HIV.
Empowering young girls in Quilon Social Service Society (QSSS) in Kerala.
Hearing program for the hearing impaired children and youth in Kolkata
Teaching English & computers for the blind children in Burgur,India



Information Technology Common Initiative Group (ITCIG) started as an ICTs focus for Socio-Economic Development Organisation. The Organisation was founded on 17th December 2002 and is situated at Small Mankon - Bamenda in the North West Region in the Republic of Cameroon. Its national head quarter is at Bamenda.


The vision and mission of Information Technology Common Initiative Group and her various arms (Special Educational Needs Teachers’ Training Institute-(SENTTI), the Orphan Educational Outreach Project, the life-skill Empowerment Project, the Environmental Friendly Project etc) is to see various sectors of the Cameroon Society, to a large extent transformed through the active deployment of ICTs and related technologies, through the inclusion of Exceptional Individuals into Education and Mainstream Society and to promote the emergence of a Society that empowers all her citizens to attain their individual maximum Academic/Vocational Potentials, in a way that; would enable each unique person to contribute according to his/her needs, strength and means towards the constructive transformation of any Society in which they form a part and live.

Current Projects Activities.

Activities carried out through the organisation since its inception has given rise to sub projects. One of which is: the Cameroon Inclusive Special Educational Needs Teachers ‘Programme (CISETTP. The tool that is being made use of to develop, implement and realise the intended objectives of CISETTP is ITCIG-Special Educational Needs Teachers’ Training Institute with acronym as ITCIG- SENTTI.

The Essence of the Cameroon Inclusive Special Education Teachers’ Training Program (CISETTP):

• Promote, enhance and facilitate socio-economic development that is inclusive of all individuals.

• To assist in addressing some of the major issues affecting person’s living with disabilities in Cameroon .

• Also to assist in improving the quality of teacher education and training in Cameroon through the adoption of a more innovative approach(Inclusive Special education Teachers’ Training approach) in the training of both Existing and Newly recruited Student-teachers trained at the Institution.

• To contribute in creating and promoting appropriate Universal Access to Basic Educational and other socio-economic, Cultural and political opportunities for all, irrespective of needs and strengths. For example, persons who are living with various forms of disabilities and children living with special needs.

• The focus of the Cameroon Inclusive Special Educational Needs Teachers Training Institute (CISENTTI) thus is : fostering Educational and Societal Inclusion in Cameroon by training Inclusive Special Educators as well as sensitizing the Government and the Private Sector as to how such professionals could be effectively deployed across various ministries/establishments and in the private sector.

• Furthermore, to empower parents of children living with disabilities, their families and the society as a whole on how to affectively help in supporting individuals living with disabilities in various settings. For instance, at home, schools, the communities and workplaces.

Other sub projects that ITCIG is involved with: the Orphan Educational Sponsor Outreached Program (OESOP) and the running of an Educational Technology /Computer literacy Integration Program (ET/CLIP).

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AMAIDI International


Since 2006 AMAIDI enables social organizations worldwide to get access to professional and general volunteer resources to be able to meet their global challenges.

Therefore we inspire and mobilize individuals, companies and universities to engage themselves locally or online, either with their skills (pro bono) or their work force (hands-on).

Amaidi International links overseas and local volunteers with local communities they want to support via building capacity of the local organizations that serve these communities such as non-governmental organizations, schools, hospitals, care-homes and social enterprises.

Amaidi International also partners with responsible travel organizations in the countries we work in, so that tourists are offered a different way of getting in touch with the soul of a country. This also allows opportunities to the local communities visited, such as earning respect for their culture and income towards their livelihood.

Amaidi International acknowledges that money, spent in the right way according to the real needs of a local community, can be a boon for the urban and rural poor, enabling them to place the first steps on the road to a better life, away from poverty and its ugly faces such as chronical illness, un-employment, lack of access to quality education and political empowerment.



Volunteer Action for Peace (VAP) provide affordable volunteer opportunities worldwide from 2 weeks to 12 months, throughout the world. VAP was founded in the 1960s and exchanges an average of 150 volunteers annually with dozens of international partner organisations worldwide.

Workcamps (2-4 weeks) typically bring together a temporary community of 8-30 international volunteers from different backgrounds to provide services to local community projects. The volunteers carry out unskilled tasks that would not otherwise be possible. The practical work is only part of the main objective. The work is a tool and method to promote intercultural understanding and friendship between the volunteers and with the local community.

VAP’s Medium/Long Term Volunteering (M/LTV) Programme gives you the chance to volunteer abroad from 1 to 12 months, working in a project organised by one of the many grassroots organisations that VAP co-operates with around the world. M/LTV is not only about work, but it is also a unique experience of combining living abroad with learning a new culture and getting to know the local people, while being deeply involved with a project and its aims.



IRCCA is an a-political, not for profit Non governmental organisation Group created in 2008 to facilitate the improvement and diversification of agricultural practices in Cameroon. Having identified the heads of households and the unemployed youth as being the two most significant and vulnerable groups in the community, IRCCA has concentrated its efforts and resources on developing programs to specifically target the needs of these two groups. In assisting the older men and women, the heads of families who run the farms, to adopt new methods and practices, and the young and unemployed, who are deprived of the opportunity to learn, we hope to strengthen our community at both ends and develop programs that are continuous and deliver lasting improvements.

To date our efforts have proved worthwhile; for in our short five years of existence we have achieved considerable improvement within the families that have embraced our schemes. Improvements that have raised living standards and income sufficiently to be able to start sending their children to secondary school, an opportunity which was not previously affordable. Having delivered and proved the value of the early initiatives IRCCA now seeks to continue, both within and outside Cameroon, expanding and building upon these successes. With this in mind we plan to extend and intensify our future programs by actively seeking international cooperation and direct assistance from specialist in sustainable agricultural development.



Adocef Foundation is a Not For Profit organization based in Cameroon in the African continent that takes care of Orphans and street kids as well as the social and economic welbeing of young people.

JOURNEY WITH US PROGRAMME formerly Experience Exchange Programme (EEP)


The Journey With UU programme formerly known as The Experience Exchange Programme (EEP) is a self-funding volunteer programme run by Us, USPG - United Society Partners in the GospelG. It offers opportunities for volunteers resident in Britain and Ireland to spend between two months and a year experiencing a different culture and sharing in the life of the church overseas.
Placements are arranged through the USPG world church connections of partner churches. Placements are negotiated independently for each volunteer, taking into account personal preferences, skills and background.
Volunteers have taught in schools and vocational training centres; worked on agricultural, building and health projects; assisted with administration; and supported children’s and youth work, as well as other roles according to the needs and requirements of the placement and the local church. Our aim is to assist volunteers to develop their gifts and deepen their understanding of global development issues in relation to their faith. The scheme has been in existence for over 60 years and run by USPG - United Society Partners in the Gospel a 315 year old Mission Agency.




Passionate fighting extreme poverty and hunger and enhancing natural resources in Millennium Development Goals of Cameroon. Following the increase in the population of 2.8% and the increase in prices for food, improving food security in rural areas is a major issue to reach these goals. MIFACIG has to train farmers and farmer youths on sustainable horticulture techniques while protecting the environment which will lead to a better livelihood in rural areas.

About 15.000 children in Boyo Division in North West Region of Cameroon do not have basic health care facilities. They keep on suffering and this leads to poor growth and development, diseases, infection, and frequent deaths. MIFACIG is working on a health program for vulnerable children. MIFACIG is initiating a project proposal on providing health care to poor rural children.

MIFACIG is offering training in organic vegetables production, soil fertility improvement, beekeeping, growing of fruit trees in their farming systems, supporting horticultural activities in schools, promoting eco-tourism assisting in the development of community water sheds and community forests, promoting land rights for women in Boyo Division, promoting literacy and HIV/AIDS concepts.

MIFACIG has trained more than 10,000 famers and 500 farms have been established. In the school gardening project the number of direct beneficiaries was 600 pupils while the indirect beneficiaries were over 6000 pupils, all from within 18 primary and secondary schools. 30 environmental clubs were formed, including the 30 school vegetable gardens which we have supported and established. Over 10,000 trees and flowers were planted. In these regards, we hope that your expertise and able hand of fellowship shall lead us to achieving our goals of poverty reduction through the development and sustainable management of natural resources. Please for more information do not hesitate to contact on +237 77915404 or or



The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award is the world’s leading achievement award for young people.

We aim to create a world where young people can reach their full potential whatever their circumstances. Our ethos is to enable every young person of every background to do their DofE and succeed, regardless of any barriers. We provide a balanced programme of activities that develops the whole person – mind, body and soul – in an environment of social interaction and teamworking. Young people progress through three levels of DofE programmes to achieve a Bronze, Silver or Gold Award. Taking part builds confidence and develops self-esteem. It requires persistence, commitment and has a lasting impact on the attitudes and outlook of all young people who do their DofE. Our participants are aged between 14 and 24.

The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award is delivered under special licence by over 500 partners (Licenced Organisations). Our partners support over 10,000 DofE centres including youth clubs, voluntary organisations, schools, colleges, Young Offenders Institutions and businesses to run DofE programmes and accredit their young people.



Cricket Without Boundaries (CWB) is a UK based charity dedicated to helping, educating and developing local communities around the World through the spread and growth of cricket. It is also about personal empowerment, both for adults and for children. The Charity uses the sport to help develop personal skills ranging from basic teamwork to self-discipline and leadership.

CWB has three main goals:

To spread cricket through coaching children and teaching adults how to coach

To link the sport to HIV/AIDS awareness and incorporate these messages into coaching sessions.

To bring together and empower local communities through cricket.

Working in partnership with the Cricket Associations in each country, the relevant British High Commissions and the ICC, we follow a simple, 3 stage, sports development structure to try to ensure some form of sustained development of the game: 1) coach education; 2) Schools coaching, and 3) Tournament.

In Sub-Saharan Africa alone there are 22 million people living with HIV, with 2 million Adult and Child Deaths from AIDS in 2007.

A large number of those infected are children: many of whom are in cricket playing nations in Africa. It is not just medicine that is needed, but education and a focus on changing behavioural patterns.

The link between Sport (particularly cricket) and HIV/AIDS is not an obvious one to everyone. However, we found that sports coaches are in a unique position to impart a message of staying healthy and doing so within a fun and trusting environment. They often have the respect of those that they coach, and are not perceived in the same negative way that sometimes children perceive their teachers or a health worker. They are ideally placed to talk about the importance of staying healthy to fulfil someone's true potential, both on the field and in life generally.

The CWB Approach: CWB is about cultivating developing coach education and participation in playing the game, but this goes hand-in-hand with raising awareness of HIV to save lives and empower those who participate in the charity's activities.

The CWB approach can be summarised as follows:

■To build the technical expertise of local cricket authorities and groups.

■To provide equipment that allow more children to play the game.

■To mainstream safe-sex and protective behaviours to halt the spread of HIV through cricket coaching and training sessions.

■To ensure equality of treatment for all who are coached, irrespective of age, gender or their HIV status.

■To help combat gender inequalities by having boys and girls training, learning and playing together.

■To empower children by learning a disciplined sport.

Since 2005 CWB has already improved the coaching skills of over 3,500 youth and adult cricket coaches. The charity has also coached over 200,000 children, who will be the next generation of cricketers, passing on skills and knowledge in cricket grounds, schools and communities, both about cricket and about the disease.

CWB are looking to recruit volunteers for our overseas projects but also we need volunteers to work on building the charity in this country.



Service Volontaire International (in English: International Volunteering Service) is a Belgian pluralistic youth organization run by and for young people, by and for volunteers. It is an apolitical and non-religious organization. It is open to everyone, without discrimination of nationality, origin, philosophy, financial resources, education or sexual orientation. SVI is registered in Belgium as a non-profit organization (NPO).

The organization mainly works in the field of international volunteering (international projects), but also in the areas of social economy, solidarity tourism and intercultural exchanges between young Europeans and the rest of the world. Each year, it sends more than 350 volunteers abroad and welcomes about 100 foreign volunteers to Belgium and France. The aim of the Belgian organization is to stimulate young people’s interest (from 16 to 30 years old) to volunteering. SVI thinks it is not only an act of solidarity, but also an opportunity to live an experience of active citizenship and a way to learn how to live as a community. Beside international projects, SVI also offers opportunities for young people to meet and encourages them to create their own projects and to take over the management of the organization.



NGOabroad is a unique service that helps people enter international humanitarian work, in addition to providing frugal, customized international volunteer options.

This is a condensation of our International Volunteering & Internship Opportunities for 2016


INDIA: Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy for kids with Disabilities


UGANDA: Human Rights Education

NEPAL: Trafficking

SRI LANKA: Trauma Counseling after Atrocities of Civil War

KENYA: Counseling Sexual Abuse - Social Work or Psychology

INDIA: Geriatric Social Work


MONGOLIA: Emerging Civil Society

NEPAL: Public Interest Law -> Democracy Building

UGANDA: Community Organizing & Women

RWANDA: International Development

COSTA RICA & ECUADOR; TANZANIA & RWANDA: Micro-finance & Small Enterprise Development


UGANDA: Secondary School


GHANA, INDONESIA & COSTA RICA: Agriculture & Ecology. Environmental.

TANZANIA, NEPAL, KENYA: Water & Sanitation


THAILAND & ECUADOR: Dance, Music, Theatre to work with kids with Disabilities


INDONESIA: Wildlife Rescue

These are volunteer internship positions. Applications accepted on a rolling basis. No end date.

Interested? Please READ the NGOabroad website. then answer Questionnaire and embed with resume and email to



Zixtech Organization is a Cameroonian non-profit and non-governmental organization. It was founded by a young, dynamic and committed individual called Paul Babila Mbua in 2009, with the primary goal of promoting entrepreneurship, ICT, community development, volunteerism, fundraising and alleviating poverty amongst youths in Cameroon, Africa and beyond.

Zixtech Organization is primarily involved in capacity building, promoting entrepreneurship, ICT, community development, volunteerism, fundraising and alleviating poverty amongst youths, training, sensitization, and humanitarian activities aimed at improving the standards of living for underprivileged Cameroonians.

Our vision

We hope to improve the future.

Making the people, community and country better than the way it is. We give hope by improving the future.

Our mission

Our mission is to improve the inhabitants, community and organizations.

Aims and Objectives

1. We aim to provide the needed life line to help people improve their lives in Cameroon especially in rural communities. We identify their problems and seek possible ways to address them.

2. We aim to support people who are marginalized in the communities, be it due to physically handicapped, the elderly, people with mental illness, people with albinism and needy children.

3. We aim to create awareness and educate the community on issues affecting the well-being of their communities which includes communal hygiene, HIV/AIDS pandemic, recycling and climate change.


Zixtech volunteer / intern is unlike other volunteering organisations. We are run by a team of committed volunteers with the dual aims of enabling people to make a difference to the lives of rural Africans and to raise funds for our partner organizations and also add to the lacking human resource of most grassroot organizations.

Zixtech Volunteer does not spend any money on paid advertising and our operating costs are minimal meaning that the money you pay to participate is spent in Africa enabling community development.

Volunteers participate in our programmes from all over the world including Denmark, Brazil, Mexico, Ireland, Canada, US, UK, Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia and Hong Kong. Majority of volunteers and interns are from America and Europe.

Volunteers come from all walks of life and ages. Applications are welcome throughout the world.


Zixtech Volunteer annually organises a number of projects in Cameroon that welcome international volunteers from all over the world.

Volunteers can choose to spend short-term or long-term stays in Cameroon working on important local projects. The Cameroonians benefit from the vast range of contributions made and likewise the volunteers gain invaluable understandings of a different culture and lifestyle.

Moreover, working and living together with other young people from around the world provides an excellent opportunity for new friendships to be forged, insights about a fascinating country to be learnt, and skills and experience to be gained.

We constantly need volunteers to help out with all aspects of our work. The success of our undertakings depends on the enthusiasm and commitment of our volunteers.

Your time, energy and talent can make a difference in areas where help is really needed. To apply to become a volunteer or intern contact us.


As with most volunteering organisations, participants are required to pay a programme fee in order to cover the cost of their placement. It is normally necessary to cover your direct costs as most international charitable projects cannot afford to pay the costs of hosting an international volunteer, such as international travel costs, visas, food, accommodation etc.

Prices vary from organisation to organisation, however we keep our programme fee as low as possible. You can find out about what is included in the programme fee on 'Our Programmes'.

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