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A year in pictures on our Rhino & Elephant Programme!

As 2018 becomes a memory, we take a look at some beautiful, inspiring and amazing moments around our projects. This month, we focus on our Rhino & Elephant Conservation Programme at Imire in Zimbabwe. We hope that these photos will inspire you to join our volunteer programme, where you can participate in life-changing community projects, play …

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Volunteering and Victoria Falls – the best family holiday ever!

We love our volunteers to experience as much of a country as possible, so when a lovely family from the UK wanted to volunteer on our Rhino & Elephant Conservation Programme, and visit Victoria Falls, we were more than happy to assist! Itinerary: 3 nights Victoria Falls / 7 nights Rhino & Elephant Conservation volunteering When: December 2018 …

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Volunteer painting childrens playground equipment

Community Outreach in Victoria Falls

We are very excited to be launching a new volunteer project just outside Africa’s adventure capital, Victoria Falls! Working alongside the Greenline Africa Trust, volunteers will support rural communities with livelihood development, water aid, education, and healthcare projects. Here are some quick answers to some initial questions that you might have! Where will I be based? …

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Why volunteer agents are good for projects

Two questions we are frequently asked by potential volunteers are: ‘why do I have to pay to volunteer?’ and ‘why should I use a volunteer agent rather than booking directly with the project?’ We have addressed some of the reasons behind why payments are necessary for volunteers joining projects overseas in our blog post (updated in October …

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Learn about our volunteer programmes that contribute to rhino conservation

Rhino poaching in Africa has reached crisis point, and across the globe, rhino habitats are shrinking. Once found in abundant numbers across Asia and Africa, today three of the five remaining species of rhino are Critically Endangered, facing a high chance of extinction in the not distant future.

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