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    Lubasi Home

    Livingstone, Zambia, Africa

    Lubasi Home provides residential care for orphans and vulnerable children who have no family to look after them. Most of them have been orphaned as a result of the AIDS pandemic, which affects about 30% of adults in Livingstone and the Home aims to care for them until they are able to sustain themselves or are taken into families.

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    Malayeka Charity

    Huanchaco, Peru

    Malayeka is an empowerment center teaching English, nutrition and health, self-love, and self-expression. Our vision is to empower women and children through education and self-love.

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    Maya Universe Academy

    Damauli, Nepal

    Maya Universe Academy is the first community-run private school in Nepal. The school runs on a unique system of payment where instead of money, families “pay” for their children’s schooling by working two days a month at Maya’s farm. In a country where public schools provide abysmal educations and many cannot afford private schools, the organization allows children from poor families the opportunity to receive the quality education they deserve.

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    Mi Casa en Ipauratu

    Barranquilla, Colombia

    Mi Casa en Ipauratu is a small foundation that tries to improve the lives of the people in the rural area where they are situated. They run different programs including: a small school for children with special needs (down, autism etc.), a preschool for children who can´t afford a kindergarten, an afternoon program for local youth to learn English and leadership skills, and an entertainment program for elderly.

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    Minmahaw Post Ten School

    Mae Sot, Thailand

    Located near the Thai-Burma border, MEF is an English-immersion program catering to Burmese students between the ages of 17 and 23. MEF aims to support disadvantaged youth from Burma and along its borders who are unable to attain further education, in the hope they will return to their communities, to contribute to efforts of development and positive change for Burma.

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    ND-Burma formed in 2004 in order to provide a way for Burma human rights organizations to collaborate on the human rights documentation process. The 12 ND-Burma member organizations seek to collectively use the truth of what communities in Burma have endured to challenge the regime’s power through present-day advocacy as well as prepare for justice and accountability measures in a potential transition.

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    New Horizons is a private, non-profit organization associated with neither political nor religious activities. Their objective is to initiate and coordinate the support and help of national and foreign volunteers in different associations, organizations and communities which need help to carry out their activities. New Horizons helps with different projects within a range of fields, including: social work, cultural development, education, community work and small enterprises development.

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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.