Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas
from BootsnAll Travel Articles

How Volunteering in Africa Changed Me

Getting Your Boots Dirty: How Volunteering in Africa Changed Me http://www.bootsnall.com/articles/12-07/how-volunteering-in-africa-changed-me.html

from Go Overseas

Where to Volunteer in Africa in 2015

Are you thinking of volunteering in Africa? What are the best countries to visit? Go Overseas and African Impact teamed up to make this amazing list.

Volunteer in Africa with IVHQ. Volunteer Sara Pashaei talks you through her experience as a volunteer in Kenya and what to expect when volunteering in Kenya. "Volunteering with children had long been on my bucket list and by the end of the evening I had decided on my destination and project: volunteering in Kenya as a teacher."

from About.com Travel

Where to Find Short-Term Volunteer Opportunities in Africa, and What to Expect

Summer Volunteer Opportunities in Africa Short-Term Volunteering in Africa http://goafrica.about.com/od/workinafrica/a/summervolunteer.htm#

from BootsnAll Travel Articles

How Volunteering in Africa Changed Me

Water is life, and sanitation and hygiene are the basis of health. Yet worldwide, 748 million people don't have access to safe drinking water and billion people don't have basic sanitation. Each MDG can be advanced by greater inclusion of proper ...

from BootsnAll Travel Articles

How Volunteering in Africa Changed Me

from Go Overseas

10 Things I Wish I Had Done Differently as a Volunteer in Africa

One Peace Corps Volunteer reflects on the things she would have done differently while volunteering in Africa. Learn from her mistakes and read on.

from Matador Network

Dear volunteers in Africa: please don’t come help until you’ve asked yourself these four questions

Dear volunteers in Africa: please don't come help until you've asked yourself these four questions - Matador Network

For over a decade, Cross-Cultural Solutions has supported thousands of volunteers in Africa on programs in Ghana, Morocco, South Africa, and Tanzania. CCS volunteers work side-by-side with local people in community organizations focused on supporting social services, education, and health initiatives.