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The Bukit Lawang Trust Centre is a dedicated Education Centre offering free English lessons for young people and adults, a free mother and toddler learning group at the kindergarten, and a library. It runs extra lessons in maths, science and arts and crafts and has a strong emphasis on conservation education.
The program is open for travelers, students, researchers and other individuals who want to work with wildlife and want to help the many animals that have become victim of the wildlife trade or habitat loss. Through our volunteer and intern program we get valuable support at the center and provide an opportunity for the volunteers to experience the care of wildlife.
Raja Ampat, West Papua, Indonesia
Friendly Drifter volunteer program was created by two concerned individuals who witnessed a need to address the plastic waste issue in Raja Ampat, Indonesia. It’s a very remote place in the world however no region is immune to plastic waste. It’s a tour/operator program. Most visitors hire guides because of the complexities of logistics. The program dedicates a certain number of days to beach and village clean up. After the village is completely clean, their aim is to hire locals to control waste in the future with regular collections.
North Sumatra, Indonesia
Are you planning to visit North Sumatra in your travels to Indonesia? If you’re keen to give back to the community then consider Rumah Pintar / Smart Home (”Jungle School Adventure Volunteers”.)
The organizations is looking for both temporary and long-term volunteers, international or local. You can volunteer and enjoy the beautiful landscape of the rainforest. What you can do to help depends on your interests, skills, and time to commit. They welcome people with any skill level.
Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
Tri Hita Karana Bali is an NGO that works throughout the island of Bali, Indonesia. The organization aims to reinvigorate the Balinese philosophy of harmony between people, nature, community, and God through educational programs and projects. These awareness raising, community-centered projects are based in permaculture principles that help increase environmental sustainability.