Wildlife conservation, community and environmental volunteer projects and internships worldwide

Cheetah conservation in Namibia fitted with tracking collar
Cheetah conservation in Namibia fitted with tracking collar

Carnivore Conservation Kanaan Desert, Namibia

The Carnivore Conservation Project in the Kanaan Desert aims to establish an unfenced wildlife reserve, creating a refuge for endangered species. The area covers 33,000 hectares of stunning desert scenery. During your stay, you will get hands-on experience with a variety of skills such as mapping using a GPS, capture mark release (using GPS tracking collars), radio telemetry tracking, game counts, camera trapping and maintenance and security.

December 1st 2019

Volunteers jumping on beach in Maldives
Volunteers jumping on beach in Maldives

Nursing Placements and Midwife Positions Volunteers, Maldives

s a volunteer on the nursing programme, you will be given extensive duties which include; Direct care of patients, Dressing of wounds, Hygiene, Administering medicine, Taking blood samples & cannulation. Aside from being able to give much more in-depth care, you will also be able to experience duties which fall into different departments. At the moment the hospital has the following specialists: Obstetricians & Gynaecologists, Anaesthetists, General Practitioners, Dentists, Paediatricians (planned).

November 24th 2019

Medical volunteer in the Maldives
Medical volunteer in the Maldives

Medical Placement Volunteers, Maldives

The Medical Placement Programme is an opportunity for young medical students to join the staff of a small hospital, where they are able to shadow the hospital’s medical staff in the everyday treatment of the island’s patients. The hospital is situated on Naifaru Island which has a population of over 5000 people. Aside from giving volunteers the opportunity to explore a range of medical issues, as a medical volunteer, you will also be given the opportunity to go on house calls which is a great way to experience the local culture.

November 24th 2019

Marine Conservation volunteers kayaking in Denia
Marine Conservation volunteers kayaking in Denia

Coastal and Marine Conservation Volunteer, Spain

Volunteers can discover the unique flora and fauna of the Montgo Natural Park with more than 650 different plant species; the Marine Reserve of Cape San Antonio, corals, Posidonia oceanica meadows and a wide range of wildlife. It’s also a unique place to see whales and dolphins from springtime to autumn (if you are very lucky!). Coastal & marine conservation volunteers will also experience the Pego Wetland Natural Park, where volunteers will find a great diversity of birds and endemic vegetation in one of the most amazing places in Spain.

November 20th 2019