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Volunteer Roles

COVID-19 has affected us all. When planning to volunteer with one of our partners, keep in mind that this might involve undergoing a period of mandatory quarantine. Your country's foreign office will likely provide up-to-date information on how to stay safe while travelling abroad - and what you can do to minimize the risk you pose to others. For further information please refer to the WHO and our blog on Travelling and Volunteering during COVID-19.

COVID-19

Volunteering

Almost everybody can volunteer - no matter their skills. In order to ensure projects can operate responsibly, however, a few minimum requirements are in place. To volunteer you must be:

  • At least 18 years old

  • Available to start within the next 8 weeks

  • Available to commit for 4 weeks of volunteering (or live locally and volunteer part-time)

  • Able to independently obtain your own visa. 

Have a look at the table below to get a better understanding of the kinds of roles we are currently looking for.

* Please note that you may need to factor in additional time in order to comply with local quarantine protocols.

** We aim to facilitate volunteer placements based on skills and partner needs instead of location preference. However, in light of COVID-19, a project's location is a vital part of planning one's placement.

My skills are needed... what's next?

Have a look at our FAQ or check out some of the partner organisations we work with. Once you feel confident you're ready to commit to a volunteering placement, fill in the application form on the left. 

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  • We review your skills and experience.

  • Using our extensive knowledge of the situation on the ground, we match you with an organisation.

  • We liase with organisations and answer any questions on your application.

  • If successful, we connect you with the organisation to discuss further details.

  • We are in correspondence with you to make the final arrangements.

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