Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 26th Apr 2017
In her latest blog, Charlotte Laursen reflects on an eventful year thus far for our Elephant Sanctuary in Thailand.
Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 24th Oct 2016
WorkingAbroad Blogger Charlotte Laursen provides an update from our Elephant Volunteer Project in Thailand, who are working on building a night enclosure for the elephants to live chain free 24/7
Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 22nd Jun 2015
After a successful fundraising campaign, our Elephant Project in Thailand has secured permanent freedom for Mae Kam, the first elephant to join the retirement program in 2012. There was the risk that she would have to be returned to the trekking camps and subjected to tourist rides & abuse, but she will now be able to stay permanently at the project and live freely in the forest.
Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 17th Feb 2015
For volunteers in South Africa, January has been an action packed start to the year with new additions, up close lion huntings and elephant viewings.
Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 27th Jan 2015
A look at our newly launched elephant conservation volunteer project in Sri Lanka.
Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 17th Dec 2014
Did you know that elephants in captivity live only half as long as those in the wild?
Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 10th Oct 2014
Spring has arrived on Kariega Game Reserve as staff and volunteers welcome two newborn elephants and a baby white rhino!
Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 3rd Oct 2014
Its coming to the end of the rainy season in Thailand and despite some difficult weather conditions and a bout of Dengue fever for co-founder Emily, the elephants are thriving. Our Elephant Volunteer Project has decided to march against the extinction of elephants. Find your city and JOIN US on the 4th October!
Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 13th Aug 2014
An update from our Elephant volunteer project in Thailand, who have just taken in two new elephants to the sanctuary; baby elephant Boon & his mother Kham Mee.
Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 8th May 2014
March and April see the hot, balmy summer slowly drawing to a close in the Eastern Cape as the nights become shorter and the days become cooler. However this does not mean our Kariega volunteers are any less busy; here’s an update on what we have been up to.