Agriculture & Farming Volunteering in Africa
Agriculture & Farming projects in Africa are a great way to help provide healthy food sources to communities and learn about sustainable farming techniques at the same time. Working on a farm in Africa is great for volunteers with an interest in ecology and organic farming and who like working outdoors.
Agriculture & Farming projects mix farm labour and programmes for providing food to the local community, creating more effective farming methods and supporting outreach programmes that teach local children about farming and sustainable development.
How can I volunteer on an organic farm in Africa?
Our Agriculture & Farming volunteers in Africa work in responsible ways to irrigate crops, build enclosures, create seed nurseries, teach local children about sustainable development, and many other farming activities in order to help the local community. Volunteers should be prepared for some challenging physical work, but no previous knowledge of farming or technical skills are necessary.
As a volunteer you’ll meet other volunteers from all over the world and will form part of the Projects Abroad volunteer community.
Agriculture & Farming Projects in:
Combine some time working at our small farm and garden in the Akuapem Hills with work on a teaching, care or building project.
Projects Abroad South Africa is working with a local organisation on their Greening Nyanga project. They need Farming volunteers to create green spaces in Nyanga, by transforming the innumerable unused and polluted plots of land.
Gain an insight into agriculture and farming in a tropical environment and lend a much-needed hand by working on a local organic farm.