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    Centro Ecológico Akumal

    Akumal, Mexico, Central America

    Centro Ecológico Akumal (CEA) was founded in 1993, to “monitor the impact of development on the regional ecosystems and culture, to report findings and their significance to the public through education, and influence public policy.”

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    Chipangali Wildlife Orphanage

    Bulawayo, Zimbabwe

    In operation for over 40 years, Chipangali cares for over 150+ animals and birds and welcomes volunteers of all ages from all over the world. This means that families with children under 17 are welcome so long as kids are supervised, and older volunteers may also come and support the organization’s wildlife rehabilitation work and release centers.

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    Above $400

    Cikananga Wildlife Center

    Sukabumi, Indonesia

    The program is open for travelers, students, researchers and other individuals who want to work with wildlife and want to help the many animals that have become victim of the wildlife trade or habitat loss. Through our volunteer and intern program we get valuable support at the center and provide an opportunity for the volunteers to experience the care of wildlife.

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    Cloudbridge Nature Reserve and Reforestation Project

    San Gerardo de Rivas, Costa Rica

    Founded in 2002, Cloudbridge Nature Reserve is a private, non-profit cloudforest reserve in the Talamanca mountains of Costa Rica. Beginning with the purchase of degraded farmland, Cloudbridge has been actively reforesting the area in order to connect the forests of the Cerro Chirripó National Park with adjacent nature reserves and forested areas. Beyond reforestation work, Cloudbridge is also committed to environmental education and conducting research on the unique and diverse cloudforest ecosystem. Cloudbridge has need of volunteers and research interns, and also welcomes independent researchers.

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    Comunidad Inti Wara Yassi

    Chapare, Cochabamba, Boliva

    — *This organization is under review after reports that they are not a hospitable volunteering experience —

    A Bolivian organisation made up of a team of adolescents, Bolivian professionals and volunteers from all over the world. CIWY was the pioneer of the environmental movement in Bolivia and is recognised nationally and internationally for founding centres designated to rescue and rehabilitate wild life.

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    Conscious Impact

    Nawalpur, Nepal

    In response to the 2015 earthquakes, Conscious Impact is working to support the Sindhupalchowk region of Nepal by providing access and education to sustainable technologies. Volunteer team work alongside local community members to produce Compressed Stabilized Earth Blocks (CSEB), fill earthbags, ram earthen walls, plant trees, build permaculture gardens, and work with the local youth in schools.

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    Above $400

    Conservacion Patagonica

    Patagonia - Chile & Argentina, South America

    Conservacion Patagonica is working to build the Patagonia National Park, a National Park that will protect this beautiful wilderness, restore ecosystems, recover wildlife, create trails and campgrounds, and many other eco-friendly projects. The end goal is to donate a fully functional new park to the Chilean state.

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    Under $400

    Corcovado Foundation

    Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica

    The Corcovado Foundation sea turtle conservation and volunteering program offers the opportunity to actively participate in the conservation of endangered sea turtles in Costa Rica’s spectacular Osa Peninsula.

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    Under $200

    The Costa Rican Humanitarian Foundation (Fundación Humanitaria Costarricense) strives to offer a better quality of life for all those it works with. The organization supports at-risk and special needs populations so they have more choices for their future. The organization needs volunteers in a wide range of skillsets to volunteer on a range of projects at poverty eradication and family well being.

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    De La Gente

    Ciudad Vieja, Guatemala

    The De La Gente volunteering program creates a hands-on learning experience about life in Guatemala with families of small, independent coffee producers. Volunteers provide support to poverty-reducing, sustainable economic development projects. De La Gente strives for a collaborative relationship between volunteers and the families and communities with whom we work.