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08 Nov: New Vacancy – Voluntary Project Coordinator

The Voluntary Project Coordinator works alongside our local staff in Malawi, supervising the volunteers and with responsibilities that include assisting with planning and reporting on projects, administration, organisation of the NGOs activities and programmes, accounting and online marketing.  It is hard work and not just a holiday, but for the right person who is motivated, organised, positive and energetic also a very rewarding personal experience.
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09 Dec: Computer Education in Malawi – Teach the Teachers

Our ‘Teach the Teachers’ computers initiative has seen some great progress over the last year. Our volunteers have been teaching basic computer skills to teachers, which has also given them ability to access diverse and up to date information via the internet. This both enhances their teaching and enables the teachers to share ideas and resources with each other.

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18 Mar: Volunteers to give the gift of light

Naturally Africa Foundation (NAF) is continuing its great charity work in Malawi with the launch of their latest solar light project. Recently purchasing Sun King Eco solar lights, 1350 homes in disadvantaged Malawian communities will literally ‘see’ the benefits in the coming months.

What To Do While Out In South Africa

14 Jan: What To Do While Out In South Africa

Our organisation sends a lot of people off to volunteer in Africa, with many heading over to South Africa, as part of our overseas teaching programmes. If you are heading off to South Africa, or debating whether or not to do it, perhaps you would like to hear about all the incredible things you can do in your volunteer downtime?

Why should people volunteer in Africa

13 Dec: Why should people volunteer in Africa?

Africa has had a bad rep lately. The media loves to cover war, killing, riots, disease, etc. The world sees death and destruction. But I dare you to challenge our Western notions of such a beautiful continent. I’ve volunteered in Africa three times over the past 7 years, and every time, my heart aches coming home.