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    Vietnam Cat Welfare

    Hoi An, Vietnam

    Vietnam Cat Welfare is an NGO based in Hoi An, central Vietnam. This organization is the primary cat shelter in the region. It houses over 60 rescue cats. The organization operates Jack’s Cat Cafe on the premises to help fund the work of not only improving the welfare of cats, but to also educate and increase the compassion towards cats and all animals throughout Vietnam.

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    Village Focus International, VFI

    Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Asia and Vientiane, Laos, Asia

    The organization supports work in Laos and Cambodia and supports development in remote and vulnerable villages and focuses on local leadership development in an effort to bring about positive fundamental social change. The NGO focuses on Anti-Trafficking & Child Protection, Integrated Village Development (Education, Health & Food Security), and Land & Natural Resource Rights.

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    Village Science

    Laos, Asia

    Village Science is an organization with a vision. It aims to bring quality science education to the students of Luang Prabang, Lao People’s Democratic Republic to help promote literacy and develop critical thinking. The group works with teachers and students in order to produce science texts and materials in the Lao language.

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    Under $400

    Volunteer Ladakh

    Ladakh & Kashmir, India

    Volunteer Ladakh, operating in the Himalayas of Northern India, is a non-profit voluntarily run organization, which works to meet the educational and environmental, needs of Ladakh. Adventurous volunteers who seek to share their skills and compassion in this unique and remote region are greatly needed.

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    Volunteer Spirit

    Bangkok, Thailand

    Volunteer Spirit is one of the more creative short-term volunteer opportunities in Thailand, the organization prepares monthly trips for volunteers and activities can range from month to month, but past projects have included: painting schools, building clay houses, and even crafting sock puppets and art with hill-tribe children.

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    Under $200

    Volunteers Peru

    Arequipa, Peru

    Volunteers Peru is a small registered Non-Governmental Organisation based in the city of Arequipa in southern Peru. They are currently working on two projects. The first is a home for abandoned girls in Arequipa; the second is a primary and secondary school in the town of Tomepampa near Cotahuasi canyon. They are committed to assisting the children that we work with to fulfill their personal and educational needs, and to promoting cultural awareness and mutual understanding.

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    Under $200

    Warm Heart Worldwide

    Phrao, Thailand

    Warm Heart is a community-based, development organization serving mountainous, rural northern Thailand. They are dedicated to finding relevant solutions to support and enable isolated Thai villages in becoming socially and economically sustainable communities. They care for children in their Children’s Homes; fund projects in villages to increase jobs and income; and run community programs to improve lives and livelihoods.

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    We Women Foundation

    Chiang Mai, Thailand

    We Women is a foundation that strives to achieve equality for various groups of people in the world. The foundation assists women, refugees, ethnic minorities, and disadvantaged groups with their questions, struggles and needs.

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    Well Doer House

    Taipei, Taiwan

    The Well Doer movement in Taipei focuses on empowering local youth to become engaged in their community and develop a positive relationship with their society. The organization needs volunteers both within the city to assist with events, and in the farming communities, too. The organization is positioned as a cultural organization to develop and empower an appreciation of the local culture and history of Taiwan.

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    WEAVE Volunteer Program promotes volunteerism to support the mission to empower women by expanding their rights and opportunities. Volunteers can contribute their time, skills and knowledge to support WEAVE projects along two main directions: Women’s Economic Empowerment and Early Childhood Education.