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Malawi Asks For Africa Volunteers-"It's more than Madonna"

Volunteer, travel and citizen exchange leaders gathered in Miami last week at the WYSE Work Abroad Conference.  Exciting times with great meetings.  We had new meetings with partners for upcoming new volunteer Conversation Corps partner programs in China and Paraguay, paid internships in Moldova, and paid full-time teaching through Asia and the UAE.  We'll announce new programs as they come on line.
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Volunteer Abroad in Rural Areas Around Cape Town

on Wed, Nov 25, 2009 By | Randy LeGrant | 1 Comment | Medical/Health Projects South Africa Volunteering Abroad
In the rural communities around Cape Town, South Africa, there is an immense lack of medical facilities, staff and resources. Volunteers can make a profound difference in the lives of people living in these surrounding communities of Cape Town.  Both medically trained and not trained may participate with this project.  The mornings are spent helping in the medical facilities and the afternoons are spent assisting in the local community. (Full days at the clinics are also possible.) On this project, it is possible for volunteers to:
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Volunteer Abroad And Help Save The Cheetah

on Mon, Nov 23, 2009 By | Randy LeGrant | 0 Comments | South Africa Wildlife Conservation Volunteering Abroad
After a year hiatus from wildlife conservation, GeoVisions is back with two really good projects involving Lions and Cheetahs.  We took a year to do a lot of investigating and risk management analysis and have come up with two very good projects.  We want to use this post to introduce you to our new Cheetah conservation project.
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