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    Hostel Punto DF

    Mexico City, Mexico

    Punto DF is a group of artists and travelers focused on creating artistic and ecological projects that center on social improvement.

    The hostel host travelers from all over the world, aiming to provide services to the travelers and the community. Punto DF is seeking a new way of living and traveling and offers artistic residencies for travelers and artists focused on creating social impact and social change projects in the local community.

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    Human Is Right

    Buea, Cameroon

    Human IS Right works for the promotion of the rights of the less privileged in Cameroon through two main projects which are the Prisoners Rights Project and Supporting Gender Equality in Rural Cameroon Project. By these two projects, Human IS Right empowers women and provides free legal aid to pre-trial detainees in the Buea prison.

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    Human Wave

    Kolkata, India

    Based in Kolkata, the Human Wave organization runs community development and health projects for children, women and communities in West Bengal, India — mainly in cities around Kolkata. This includes a number of youth projects in Kolkata, and volunteer programs in the Sundarbans, too.

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    Indigenous Education Foundation of Tanzania (IEFT) is a collaboration between the community and the volunteers with the mission of providing quality and affordable education to the less privileged students of Tanzania, East Africa. The Orkeeswa Secondary School located in North Tanzania’s Arusha Region has provided Tanzanian students the opportunity to receive secondary education in order to equip them with the necessary knowledge and skills to live a life that is filled with optimism, empowerment and the opportunity to make a difference.

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    Irise Uganda

    Kampala, Uganda

    The Irise is organization dedicated to addressing inadequate menstrual hygiene management in Uganda. This issue is a driver of gender inequality and disempowerment, and impacts disadvantaged women and girls’ ability to make good decisions about their reproductive health. Irise uses a replicable and evidence-based model for delivering reusable sanitary pads and education to marginalized girls in Uganda.

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    Jaguar Rescue Center

    Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica

    The Jaguar Rescue Center, located in Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica, is a non-profit organization that works on rescue and rehabilitation of wild animals and their release into the wild. The main work for volunteers at the Jaguar rescue Center is maintenance of the center and its animals, gardening, laundry, kitchen, feeding and enrichment for animals, special cares for some of them (such as anteaters, monkeys, sloths, and birds), and helping and collaborating with the daily tours.

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    Joe Homan Charity

    Tamil Nadu, India

    With more than 50 years of history working in Tamil Nadu, the Charity has deep connections within the community and uses volunteers to help run residential centers. The organization’s mission is to provide each child with a safe and secure environment, the opportunity of an education, and skills training for a future free from poverty.

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    Karenni Social Development Center

    Mae Hong Son, Thailand

    Karenni Social Development Center aims to educate post-10 Karenni students in human rights, social change, environment, law, gender issues, and English. This small community based organization helps people from Karenni State, Burma and its goal is to protect the environment and promote human rights.

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    Katunggan It Ibajay

    Panay Island, Philippines

    The Ibajay Mangrove Forest (Katunggan It Ibajay) is a park run by two local communities. The park straddles these two communities, which is why both communities are involved. The park is home to 28 of the 35 species of mangroves found in the Philippines and is home to the largest specimen of Avecinnia rumphiana in Asia. The mission of the park is to maintain these incredible natural resources through sustainable ecotourism.

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    Kitale School Uganda

    Kitale, Uganda

    A community-initiated school in a rural village 100km outside of Kampala, this school was founded in 2005 with the help of locals to provide a future for the children. Long-term volunteers are welcomed to teach English, alongside other skills, at the school.