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    Techamos Una Mano

    Oaxaca City, Mexico

    Techamos Una Mano works to use light-weight materials and new technology to solve the housing shortage issues in Oaxaca. Several government programs at the federal and state level seek to resolve the housing shortage in Oaxaca. However the large number of Mexicans in poverty makes it impossible for these programs to cover the total population in need. Construction volunteers are needed to help build homes.

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    Tegar Osellin Monastery

    Kathmandu, Nepal

    Tegar Oselling Monasteryis a Buddhist Monastery where monks study about different aspects of Buddhism including phylosophy, debate, meditation, religion and everything that compounds Buddhist monks way of life. The monastery has privileged location at the top of a hill around Kathmandu Valley, on the hill in front of Swayambhu Temple — close enough for if you need to do something downtown but apart from Kathmandu’s hustle and bustle, with privileged views from the valley and mountains, making it an incredible place to be with a peaceful and welcoming atmosphere.

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    Above $400

    Terra Sylvestris

    Kalamos Island, Levkas, Greece

    Terra Sylvestris is a not for profit non-governmental organization registered and based in Greece and composed of a dedicated group of people driven by the desire to protect the environment through environmental conservation projects and scientific research targeted towards sustainable development.

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    Under $200

    Tevel b'Tzedek

    Rural Nepal

    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. This program is only open to volunteers of Jewish heritage between the ages of 20-40.

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    Tevel b'Tzedek Fellowship

    Burundi or Nepal

    The Tevel Fellowship is a year-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. This program is only open to volunteers of Jewish heritage.

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    Above $400

    Thai Freedom House

    Chiang Mai, Thailand, Asia

    Thai Freedom House is a non-government, not-for-profit, community language and arts learning center in Northern Thailand dedicated to assisting families and individuals who are refugees from Burma and Indigenous peoples of Thailand.

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    Under $200

    The Anidaso Nsae Foundation

    Oyarifa-Teman, Ghana

    The Anidaso Nsae Foundation is a non-profit organization aimed at providing education and health care to developing communities in Ghana. The foundation is currently sponsoring 20 students at our partner school, Wisdom Academy and looking to expand our partnership. We are also working in connection with local health facilities to provide education on HIV and AIDS awareness, as well as information about sexual health, nutrition, and sanitation.

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    The Curriculum Project

    Mae Sot, Thailand

    The Curriculum Project provides curricula, materials and teacher training to further education and adult education projects run by Burmese exile, refugee and migrant communities on the Burma border.

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    The Garden of Eden

    Dallas Ft. Worth, Texas

    The Garden of Eden in Arlington TX exists as a showcase to demonstrate just how easy, abundant, enjoyable and sustainable life can be. Our Purpose is to Share Our Living Example of A Thriving Sustainable Community When others can experience it, ​they know that it is possible!

    Every Day we are living and thriving in this special vortex of sustainability, community and creativity. Each of us here has a pretty full day, just about every day, of projects and duties we carry out with love, inspiration, and careful attention.

    There are plenty of opportunities for YOU to contribute to the power and purpose of this place by volunteering.

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    Under $200

    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.