Volunteers are essential to help small charities to thrive during the coronavirus pandemic and beyond. Volunteering from your own home, you can share your skills and hobbies to help with fundraising, teaching, social media, raising awareness and supporting vulnerable people. You will enjoy virtual immersion to life in Portugal through structured online sessions.
Si vous rêvez d’immensités sauvages et d’aventure, si vous désirez vivre dans un univers intemporel, nous vous proposons un séjour chez une famille de nomades en Mongolie ! Cet échange culturel avec les nomades est une opportunité unique de découvrir la culture mongole, avec son mode de vie ancestral, et d'acquérir une bonne expérience dans les soins aux animaux.
Do you have a passion for the tourism industry? Are you interested in and enthusiastic about sustainable food production and lifestyles? Do you want to open the world to visitors in a way that works with nature and not against it? Then our ecotourism internship on a sustainable farm is the right thing for you!
Are you interested in environmental protection and ways of providing for yourself in a sustainable way with a group of committed, like-minded people? In this project you will live in a self-sufficient community. For this sustainable life concept, helpers are needed - you will not only learn about an ecological lifestyle, but also how to actively implement it.
As a volunteer in the village school of Muungoni in the Jozani Rainforest, you can be part of the village community and get intensive insights into a rural and traditional aspect of Zanzibar, which you would not be able to find in other locations in Zanzibar. You can stay with a host family or with other volunteers in our Zanzibar Forest Camp.
You want to immerse in the rural Japanese culture on Sado Island? You enjoy nature and want to help preserve traditional rice fields, which were set up during Edo Period and are an agricultural heritage? The work on the rice fields will also protect the Crested Ibis, which was extinct in Japan and successfully reintroduced through a program that included the Sado rice farmers.