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    Animal Aid

    Udaipur, India

    Animal Aid is a vital rescue center, hospital and sanctuary for injured and ill street animals in Udaipur, Rajasthan, India. We rescue thousands of hurt and sick animals each year and provide sanctuary to those who need life-long care.

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    Animals Asia

    Hong Kong, China, Vietnam

    Founded in 1998, Animals Asia promotes compassion and respect for all animals and works to bring about long-term change. They work to end the bear bile trade, which sees over 10,000 bears kept on bile farms in China, and, according to official figures, about 1,200 suffering the same fate in Vietnam.

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    Brahma Yoga Peeth

    Pokhara, Nepal

    Our Mission at Pokhara Ashram is to create an oasis for those seeking a higher purpose in life through deep meditation and yoga practices, while fostering an environment for like-minded people to gather, enrich, and support each other regardless of religious background, sexual orientation, nationality, race, financial capability or mental state.

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    Under $200

    Centro Ecológico Akumal

    Akumal, Mexico, Central America

    Centro Ecológico Akumal (CEA) was founded in 1993, to “monitor the impact of development on the regional ecosystems and culture, to report findings and their significance to the public through education, and influence public policy.”

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    Under $400

    Chipangali Wildlife Orphanage

    Bulawayo, Zimbabwe

    In operation for over 40 years, Chipangali cares for over 150+ animals and birds and welcomes volunteers of all ages from all over the world. This means that families with children under 17 are welcome so long as kids are supervised, and older volunteers may also come and support the organization’s wildlife rehabilitation work and release centers.

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    Above $400

    Cikananga Wildlife Center

    Sukabumi, Indonesia

    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.

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    Under $400

    Comunidad Inti Wara Yassi

    Chapare, Cochabamba, Boliva

    — *This organization is under review after reports that they are not a hospitable volunteering experience —

    A Bolivian organisation made up of a team of adolescents, Bolivian professionals and volunteers from all over the world. CIWY was the pioneer of the environmental movement in Bolivia and is recognised nationally and internationally for founding centres designated to rescue and rehabilitate wild life.

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    Above $400

    Elephant Valley Project

    Sen Monorom, Cambodia

    The elephants of Cambodia need help. There is little education on the care of domesticated elephants and few possibilities of veterinary assistance when required. The Elephant Valley Project is as much about people as it is about elephants. Without secure employment for an elephant’s mahout (caretaker), an elephant is essentially at risk.

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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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    Langtang Children’s Home is a fully non-profit organization dependent upon donations and the help of volunteers. The home cares for children who are orphaned, differently-abled and whose parents are unable to take care of them financially.

    They welcome regular volunteers from all over the world and are able to provide accommodation and meals in return for a small contribution.