Each of our volunteer destinations has varying socio-economic challenges but, crucially, each is in need of support, which is why we get involved and why we need volunteers. Importantly, we are selective in terms of our volunteer destinations. This means that we don’t commit to more than we can deliver, that we provide regular, long-term support to our partner projects, and that we give volunteers a valuable and enriching experience. We have formed strong relationships with our host communities, meaning that the locals embrace our work and support. Whether you choose rural Ghana, urban Kenya or the spice island of Zanzibar, you will have the opportunity to make a real, lasting impact.
We follow Foreign & Commonwealth (FCO) advice for all our destinations; http://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice