Care for the children at the baby home that were abandoned or orphaned and give them lots of love and attention until they can return to their relatives or get adopted.
Bénévolat en Afrique de l'Est
Volunteer in Africa and help secure the future of the endangered black rhino, cheetah and elephant. Experience daily life on a 10,000 acre family-run private conservancy.
MRCI's Marine Conservation volunteers are involved in a variety of projects focused on the protection of the marine ecosystem in Madagascar.
This program involves visiting areas without access to healthcare to treat URIs, UTIs, STIs, GI & skin infections, wounds, plus HIV and malaria testing and treatment.
Teaching children age 3-14 in public and private school, as well as in the library. Depending on your skillset, subjects can vary: English, Mathematics, Science,...
We need midwifery assistants to work in Arusha with mother and babies, helping to deliver newborns & support pregnant women! Students & Trained Professionals welcome!
Student placements in Medical, Surgical, Ophthalmology, Paediatrics, Women and Babies, Midwifery, General, HIV care, Theatres, Community and Public Health and more.
MRCI’s Forest Conservation Program involves long-term monitoring of the forest on Nosy Komba Island as well as the diversity and abundance of its endemic wildlife.
More than ever, nursing remains the thread that combines the healthcare systems and communities that keep our patients alive. Students & Trained Professionals welcome.
Volunteer to work with children from low income families in Nutrition and disability support. This NGO provides assistance and food packages to families that need help.
Experience Mozambique in 30 Days. Volunteers can expect to have regular in-water encounters with wild dolphins while collecting and entering baseline data.
This project is perfect for anyone eager to use their hands to help. If you want to see tangible results from your volunteer work, join our Building Project.
Healthcare providers, & Dentistry professionals are always in high demand in the communities we are serving.Gain volunteer experience with us in humanitarian Aid in Kenya
Madagascar Research and Conservation Institute’s Teaching Program places volunteer English grammar and conversational teachers within the local schools and communities
Volunteers do not need any prior experience as we will teach you what you need to know. We only ask that you are enthusiastic, self-motivated and interested in wildlife.
Work alongside legal advocates providing legal aid and advice in High Court and the local community. Raise human rights and international law awareness.
Psychology placement working with patients struggling with mental health problems. Work in a large hospital in a clinical team of nurses, doctors and psychologists.