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    South African Animal Sanctuary Alliance

    Plettenberg Bay, South Africa

    SAASA has four sanctuaries: Monkeyland, Birds of Eden and the Jukani Wildlife Sanctuary where their mission is to educate all the visitors. They strive to build greater understanding of the primates, birds, apex cats and wild animals in general and the threats and challenges they are facing.

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    TEACH is an organization committed to empowering the next generation of youth leaders in both Africa and the UK. Their field projects are in Tanzania and Ghana and focus on fueling internally-driven change through local change-makers. They work with rural youth to equip and empower them with the relevant skills, knowledge and mentorship to identify & tackle the challenges in their immediate surroundings, uplifting themselves and their community.

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    With two offerings, there’s something for backpackers or volunteers of Jewish descent. The Tevel Fellowship is a seven month-long service program for young Jewish professionals in fields related to development such as agriculture, education, health and media. Tevel b’Tzedek is an Israeli NGO with aimed at repairing the world locally and globally and working together in impoverished communities to enhance their livelihood, capacity, and well being. The exchange program is about community-building and education.

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    The Kevin Rohan Memorial Eco-Foundation (KRMEF) is an NGO established in 2008 in the Kathmandu Valley, Nepal. Their aim is to create a healthy, sustainable environment that embodies eco-friendly practices for the well-being of local communities.

    There are various eco-friendly projects that volunteers can participate in. Please check their website to see what opportunities are available.

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    The Learning Center (TLC) is a non-profit NGO service project funded by private donations and founded in 2006. The organization believes education is the essence of all opportunities and TLC is designed to provide educational opportunities to serve underprivileged children so that they are given the chance to change their future through education.

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    Thrive Seed

    New Delhi, India

    Thrive Seed is a non profit initiative based in New Delhi, India. Thrive Seed aims to establish and maintain caring and nurturing learning environments where women and children from less fortunate backgrounds are given the opportunity to learn and develop essential skills and attributes to better their own futures, and those of their communities. Thrive Seed’s primary mission is to provide support, fundraising and volunteers to help local grassroots education and women’s empowerment projects.

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    Tortugas FundaciĆ³n Yepez

    Veracruz, Mexico

    Tortugas FundaciĆ³n Yepez A.C. is a non-profit organization that has been protecting sea turtles in Veracruz, Mexico for 46 years. The organization is small and family run and needs volunteers to help protect the endangered turtles and implement eco-projects in the region.

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    Traveller Not Tourist

    Arequipa, Peru

    Traveller Not Tourist is an organization dedicated to using tourism to support the local communities. By using both tours and volunteers, the organization aims to give Peruvians the chance to lift themselves out of poverty and believe in the chance of a better world, and then create it. This grassroots, supportive organization seeks volunteers for meaningful volunteer work with disadvantaged children.

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    Urunji Child-Care Trust

    Lilongwe, Malawi

    Urunji Child-Care Trust is an international humanitarian organization headquartered in Malawi working to fight hunger, malnutrition, illiteracy, malaria, climate change, and poverty. They have various initiatives that are in line with the Sustainable Development Goals.

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    VE Global

    Santiago, Chile

    VE Global (VE) recruits, trains and organizes international volunteers to achieve its mission of fostering the positive development of children at social risk in Chile. VE has successfully integrated nearly 450 full-time volunteers from more than 35 countries into its network of local partner organizations, which include children’s homes, community centers, schools and preschools in some of the most vulnerable areas of Santiago.