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We are a travel agency which organises around 50 small group tours around all Asian countries in a year. We need a filmmaker to join our groups with his\her own equipment. We would like to film high quality video in order to make short AD movies about our trips. You can choose almost any trip from our website, and join for free (there are few exceptions). We provide: accommodation, all local flights (except your arrival and departure), all land and\or sea transport inside during the trips, and everything else

 We live in Ha giang which is a poor part of Vietnam. We have an English Club and we want to help kids to improve their English speaking and listening skills. We need volunteers to help us. In exchange, we'll contribute towards your accommodation and food costs. Our club is a space where kids from Ha Giang City come together to spend the day in an English environment with locals and foreign volunteers. It's not a conventional school with books and blackboards, but a place where everyone can share,

Helping around the Hotel We offer for 1 or 2 people on suite, on-site accommodation general work on the paddle boards, kayaks and boats and also around the hotel. At Otres Marina, an array of activities such as fishing, plus freecycling and canoeing can be arranged.We are currently building kayaks and paddle boards out of waste plastics, styrofoam and used rice sacks.   Free Volunteering We offer for 1 or 2 people on suite, on site accommodation for on general work on the paddle boards, kayaks and boats and also around the

Bangladesh, Asia Free Volunteering As a Filmmakers Without Borders volunteer, you will share your skills with the next generation of digital storytellers. We cover the total cost of flights, housing and travel insurance and pay participants a basic monthly stipend to cover food for one full year Stay duration:min 6 month(s) Minimum Age:18+ Places available for: 5 helpers As a Filmmakers Without Borders volunteer, you will share your skills with the next generation of digital storytellers. We cover the total cost of flights, housing and travel insurance and pay participants a basic monthly stipend to cover

The Traveler’s Guide  Photo by Larm Rmah So you’ve decided to travel with a purpose and volunteer abroad? Welcome to the community! Volunteering abroad in exchange for food and accommodation is a wonderful way to save money, learn new skills, help others and experience the local lifestyle. While these are all great ways to enrich your life, there are a few things you’ll need to watch out for. For example, some people use these programs as an opportunity to exploit for cheap labor. It happens to a lot of young travelers, and

We are a Permaculture farm in its infancy stages. In 2015, I found Permaculture and started working as Permaculturist. Since then, we have been integrating Permaculture methodology into our farm. In 2017, I've added a farm stay. So we will be similar to a guesthouse and hostel for people who want to practice and learn to farm. With some funding from the farm stay, we should be able to teach local kids in conversational English using English speaking volunteers. As of now, the farm stay units are done. Next

Volunteering with Coins For Change in Vietnam Welcome to the HelpStay Volunteering Visa Guide to Backpacking in Southeast Asia. Please note: Foreigners of non-ASEAN countries are not legally allowed to work in most of Southeast Asia without a valid work permit, and so ‘working’ in exchange for food and accommodation cannot be considered ‘paid work.’ Volunteering Visa Guide All of the advice in the HelpStay Volunteering Visa Guide pertains specifically to travelling as a tourist as most volunteers must enter a country only as a tourist. This is unless you have official documentation from

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