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    Africa Sustainable Tourism Care Foundation (ASTCF) develops responsible tourism partnerships with poorer rural communities to sustain village life and culture, improve livelihoods, empower rural women and youth with skills training, connect them to global market opportunities, enable them to earn an income to transform their communities, and reduce the need for outward migration.

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    Beacon of Hope Uganda

    Uganda, Africa

    Beacon of Hope Uganda is a small youth volunteer led organization that conducts programs that contribute to the welfare and social productivity of disadvantaged individuals and communities in Uganda, with an emphasis on children and youth. The organization focuses on empowering the youth of Uganda empowering them with different skills and leadership training.

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    Becky's Foundation

    Senya Beraku, Ghana

    Becky’s Foundation is a local organization based in Senya Beraku-Ghana. In partnership with international volunteers and charitable organizations, the organization operates a number of projects in the region, requiring volunteers in a range of fields, from healthcare medical volunteering to education.

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    Blue Ventures

    Belize, Madagascar, & Timor Leste

    Blue Ventures is a nonprofit offering marine conservation expeditions in Belize, Madagascar, and Timor-Leste to monitor marine conservation programs. Volunteers contribute through data collection during research dives, and fees cover all food, lodging, training, and diving throughout the weeks. Although some of the programs act as a citizen science type volunteer experience, the organization also offers discounts for medics, as well as supports undergraduate students with independent research projects related to marine conservation.

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    Common Hope

    Antigua, Guatemala

    Common Hope believes education is the key to unwinding the cycle of poverty. The organization provides resources for thousands of impoverished children to attend school each year. The organization also partners with local schools to support and enhance the education they provide by way of interactive, engaging curriculum, and individualized support for at-risk students.

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    CENIT is a non-profit, nongovernmental organization dedicated to the eradication of child labor by helping working and vulnerable children, especially girls, and their families, to overcome extreme poverty and improve their quality of lives through recreation, medical, social, and psychological services, nutrition programs, education and vocational training. Today, CENIT has a primary school, a drop-in tutoring center, a vocational high school, a street outreach program, an adult education program and a health clinic.

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    Floating Doctors

    Bocas del Toro, Panama

    The Floating Doctors Mission is to reduce the present and future burden of disease in the developing world,and to promote improvements in health care delivery worldwide. The organization maintains a ship, which it sails throughout the Caribbean to provide free acute and preventative health care services and delivering donated medical supplies to isolated areas.

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    The Foundation for African Medicine & Education (FAME) operates an Outpatient Clinic in Tanzania along with several other medical projects in the works. The organization eagerly accepts local and Western trained doctors and nurses for collaborative relationships with one another. Trained specialists from the overseas medical community bring their expertise and resources to share and improve FAME’s medical services.

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    The Foundation for Education and Development (FED) was founded in 2000 in Sankalaburi, Kanchanaburi province under the name Grassroots Human Rights Education & Development (GHRE). Soon after the 2004 Tsunami, the organization relocated to Phang Nga province to offer emergency assistance to Tsunami-affected Burmese migrants whose needs had been largely ignored by the Thai government and NGO’s.

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    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.