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    Nija’nu

    Oaxaca City, Mexico

    Nija’nu A.C. is a Mexican non-profit organization supporting elders in the Mixtec region of the State of Oaxaca that for various reasons live in poverty with little or no family support. Volunteers are needed in a broad range of fields, from healthcare workers to dance teachers to companionship providers to construction workers — and more.

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    Nikki's Place/Agape Home

    Chiang Mai, Thailand, Asia

    Volunteers come to from all over the world to spend from six months to a year working alongside the Thai nannies in loving and caring for the children at Nikki’s Home.

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    Oaxaca Learning Center

    Oaxaca City, Mexico

    The Oaxaca Learning Center is a nonprofit organization in Mexico offering free academic teaching/learning services to students fourteen years and older. We assist students from low-income or impoverished urban families and from indigenous rural villages throughout the state of Oaxaca who have migrated to the capital city to complete their studies.

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    Oaxaca Streetchildren Grassroots

    Oaxaca City, Mexico

    Many street children in Oaxaca sell trinkets and food to help their parents and families survive. Oaxaca Streetchildren Grassroots aims to break that cycle and help the children and families in the program afford to send their children to school and gain the necessary skills to thrive. The organizations uses volunteers to help at the center and to run the various programs.

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    In Namibia, one fifth of the population is living with HIV or AIDS. With a population of approximately only 2 million, the impacts of HIV are present in every community. Ombetja Yehinga Organisation Trust (OYO) aims to reduce the spread of HIV and AIDS in Namibia by promoting discussion and understanding of sexual health and social issues among young people using the creative and performing arts.

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    PEACE Mexico

    Bay of Banderas, Mexico

    PEACE stands for Protection & Education: Animals, Culture, and Environment, and those are the causes for which this organization stands. PEACE Mexico works to increase educational and economic opportunities through community development programs that include programs helping animals, community beautification, educational initiatives in cooperation with local public schools, and a boutique dedicated to promoting fair trade practices.

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    Phare Ponleu Selpak

    Battambang, Cambodia

    Phare Ponleu Selpak (PPS) translates to ‘The brightness of the arts’ and was founded by a group of young people who had taken drawing workshops whilst living in a refugee camp. These young people wanted to share their experience of the Arts to help the young people of Battambang deal with the trauma of war. Since then PPS has grown into an association with a network of schools providing community development by giving children, young people and their families social and educational support with a focus on the arts. The organisation believes passionately in the power of the arts as a tool for human development and social change.

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    Phuket Has Been Good To Us is a charity based in Kamala, Phuket that aims to improve the lives of Thai youth, helping them become capable and confident English speakers so they can secure well paid employment.

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    Pina Palmera

    Pochutla, Oaxaca State, Mexico

    Pina Palmera has spent more than 30 years bringing human rights to disabled persons from rural communities. They work within a majority of indigenous communities and with people of all ages. They are located on the southern coast of Oaxaca State in San Pedro Pochutla. They offer rehabilitation processes, social inclusion, information, education and awareness workshops. Volunteers are needed to help run all aspects of the organization, as well in specialized areas of physical therapy and rehabilitation.

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    Pollinate Energy

    Bangalore, India

    Pollinate Energy is working to improve the lives of India’s urban poor by giving them access to sustainable products that make their lives better.