Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 17th Jan 2018
In this article, WorkingAbroad blogger Sean Feagan examines the potential of drone technology to enhance conservation and anti-poaching efforts.
Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 13th Dec 2017
In his latest article, WorkingAbroad Blogger Sean Feagan investigates the threats to sea turtle populations and sea turtle conservation efforts being made around the world.
Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 27th Nov 2017
In her latest article, WorkingAbroad blogger Brenna Saunders talks about the global importance of the Amazon rainforest and the conservation efforts being made to protect it.
Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 23rd Nov 2017
The UK based volunteer organisation, Working Abroad Projects has decided to remove all orphanage volunteering projects from its website
Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 11th Aug 2017
WorkingAbroad blogger, Charlotte Laursen, talks about helping the World elephant population on World Elephant Day.
Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 24th Mar 2017
WorkingAbroad blogger, Charlotte Laursen writes in her latest blog about how to make sure that one volunteers in an ethical and sustainable matter
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 1st Sep 2016
WorkingAbroad Blog writer Charlotte Laursen takes a look into the work of volunteers in conserving the giant tortoises of the Galapagos islands.
Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 7th Sep 2015
In her latest post, WorkingAbroad blog writer Charlotte Laursen discusses the role of online activism in challenging the canned hunting industry
Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 7th Jul 2015
On 25 April 2015, Nepal experienced one of the worst natural disasters witnessed in the country since the 1934-earthquake. The earthquake killed almost 9,000 people, injured even more and left hundreds of thousands of people homeless. Since the earthquake hit, Education and Health Nepal has been visiting several of the towns and cities which were affected.