There is a range of nature conservation activities on offer in Kenya if you are looking for a challenge and keen to support ongoing volunteering projects. Help protect fragile wildlife habitats, home to elephants and primates, through a mixture of construction and education. Kenya's coastline hosts forests with some of the highest levels of biodiversity in the world - but they are disappearing fast. Help plant indigenous trees and educate local children about the importance of the environment.
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You will be surrounded by natural beauty during your stay in coastal Tanzania. Work with the local community on sustainable environmental projects that will improve their quality of life. Such projects include improving water catchments and supply, as well as establishing a tree nursery for the local school and community.
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A fantastic destination if you have a keen interest in environmental issues and sustainability. The GapBreak placement in Borneo will have you involved in the harvesting/planting development of the community’s agro-tourism project and indigenous medicine garden. One of the main components of the placement involves living on a remote picturesque island, and working alongside the community to raise awareness about conservation issues, both marine and jungle related.
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