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A video showing what it's like to volunteer, right next to the ocean, at the Conservation & Environment project in Mexico.
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Projects Abroad's Marine Conservation Director, Ingrid Sprake, speaks about issues such as overfishing and why marine conservation is so important.
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A volunteer from Denmark, Elisabeth, talks about her decision to volunteer on the Galapagos Islands. She also provides some tips for future volunteers.
An infographic showing the importance of volunteers planting Mangroves and how it counteracts global warming.
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A volunteer from Germany speaks about his time in Mexico on the Conservation project; he explains his work and the goals of the placement.
Volunteers describe their time in Cambodia and the Conservation placement. They also talk about their most rewarding experiences.
A video showing the stunning location of the Conservation Project in Nepal, including volunteers working and relaxing.
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A video showing what it's like to volunteer in Thailand on the Conservation placement, helping with beach and ocean clean-ups and reforestation work.
A Conservation volunteer, Gorm, from Denmark talks about how he enjoyed his placement in Thailand and the opportunities he received.
Shark Conservation in Fiji gives volunteers the opportunity to work on pioneering shark protection alongside scientists and shark researchers.
Volunteer, Andy from the UK talks about his work at the Conservation project and how he spent his time in Nepal.
The conservation project in Peru releases a group of black spider monkeys back into their natural habitat.
Volunteers from around the world talk about their time on the Conservation project on a tropical Cambodian island.
Conservation Coordinator Oscar Rosales and French volunteer, Mattias talk about the on-going conservation work in Costa Rica.
A volunteer talks about her experience on her conservation project in Kenya.
This video highlights the range of projects available in Costa Rica. See our volunteers in action and get a feel for the environment.
Dr Helena Fitchat is country director for Projects Abroad in Botswana. Here she talks about what volunteers can expect from this project.
Raphael and Lea describe living and volunteering in the African Bushveld.
Three volunteers explain why they love living and volunteering on the Taricaya Conservation site in Peru.
A brief overview of Projects Abroad placements in Cambodia. The video shows Conservation, Teaching and Khmer placements.
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Volunteers delicately remove fishing nets, reducing the damage inflicted on the reefs and often freeing entangled fish.