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    As Green as it Gets

    Near Antigua, Guatemala

    As Green As It Gets provides local coffee farmers and businesses with training and support that enable them to create profitable, marketable products, thereby allowing them to improve their quality of life and help their communities in an environmentally and economically sustainable way.

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    Under $200

    Association for India’s Development is a volunteer movement promoting sustainable, equitable and just development. AID supports grassroots organizations in India and initiates efforts in various interconnected spheres such as agriculture, energy, education, health , livelihoods, natural resources including land and water, women’s empowerment and social justice.

    Volunteers are placed in one of AID’s partner organizations and have the opportunity to serve in a variety of manners, depending on their skill set and interests.

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    Under $200

    Baan Dada Children's Home

    Kanchanaburi, Thailand, Asia

    Baan Dada is a children’s home outside of Kanchanaburi, Thailand supporting more than a hundred local children. Volunteers help support the orphanage, teaching English, childcare, farming in the garden, construction on the property. There are many opportunities and volunteers are encouraged to share their special skills to assist the local organization.

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    Under $200

    Baan Unrak Children's Village

    Kanchanaburi, Thailand, Asia

    Baan Unrak several business in the town of Kanchanaburi, Thailand, all supporting local initiatives, including a children’s home outside of town. Volunteer opportunities within every aspect of the organization’s reach: running an organic vegetarian farm, business development, childcare, as well as project management and support.

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    Like many other organizations, B3P was started by a group of people who passionately believed in an idea and were determined to make it happen. B3P is a genuinely grassroots network bringing together a diverse selection of people: academics, artists, environmental activists both in the Balkans around the globe, and of course local people living and working in the valleys and villages of Northern Albania, Montenegro and Kosovo/a.

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    Above $400

    Beacon of Hope Uganda

    Uganda, Africa

    Beacon of Hope Uganda is a small youth volunteer led organization that conducts programs that contribute to the welfare and social productivity of disadvantaged individuals and communities in Uganda, with an emphasis on children and youth. The organization focuses on empowering the youth of Uganda empowering them with different skills and leadership training.

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    BiblioWorks

    Sucre, Bolivia

    BiblioWorks promotes education and literacy in communities in need. They believe that healthy communities require healthy minds, which is why they have been building libraries, supplying books and training librarians in the poorest communities of Bolivia since 2005. Their mission is to support local communities in their pursuit of sustainable development and they believe that reading and literacy lie at the heart of this.

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    Big Brother Mouse

    Laos, Asia and From Home

    Big Brother Mouse is proudly Lao-owned. The group is based in Laos, with a Laos staff whose goal is to bring books to Laotian children. In Laos, access to this type of learning material is very difficult, and the group has seen the need to bring the books to them.

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    Cambolac

    Siem Reap, Cambodia

    Started in 2011, Cambolac produces and sells high quality souvenirs, creating jobs for local community in the context of booming tourism in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Cambolac provides employment to a range of vulnerable populations near Angkor’s Park, including hearing impaired young adults.

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    Under $200

    Caux Interns Program

    Caux, Switzerland

    The Caux Interns Programme is an opportunity for people aged 18-30. Caux works to promote peace, prevent conflicts, build trust and encourage intercultural dialogue and ethical conduct in business and has various conferences throughout each summer. Interns will both assist with the coordination of the conferences and undergo a training programme.

    Much of the training programme will be based around the exploration of tools that address dimensions of personal and global change. An inquiring spirit – looking for better questions, not bringing pre-formed answers – is central to the experience. This program is designed to invite more introspection, and develop a lifestyle of leadership that includes taking a hard look at ourselves and how we relate to people in everyday life.