Adventure Aid
www.adventureaid.org
Working exclusively in the Siha/Kilimanjaro District of Tanzania, this new organization offers volunteering opportunities in the field of education, medicine, economic development and IT.
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Conservation Volunteers Australia
www.conservationvolunteers.com.au
This organization offers clients the opportunity to see Australia while contributing to conservation projects.
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Earthwatch
www.earthwatch.org
Volunteers take part in fee-paying Earthwatch expeditions in one of 50 international destinations. Volunteers are involved in scientific field research or conservation projects. Age ranges are from 10 to 90 years old, catering for teens and family trips.
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Earthwatch
www.earthwatch.org
Volunteers take part in fee-paying Earthwatch expeditions in one of 50 international destinations. Volunteers are involved in scientific field research or conservation projects. Age ranges are from 10 to 90 years old, catering for teens and family trips.
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Building a Future
www.buildinafuture.org
Building a Future, a non profit started by Texas A&M University students, seeks to provide education to impoverished children in Honduras by implementing new projects to help underprivileged children and communities throughout the city of Tegucigalpa.
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Nothing beats having a dog-eared, worn out travel book buried in the back of your backpack. Books can travel with you, and be a reference point even when there is no electricity or internet connection. Below is only a preliminary list to start from, make sure which ever book you choose (if you choose one at all!) is right for you, and talks about what you find most important in planning your trip. more…