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Agricultural Projects

The focus of agricultural and farming volunteer placements is to involve volunteers on farming projects for physical help, to bring new ideas and to benefit from cross cultural exchanges. The projects can be focussed on introducing or developing modern sustainable techiques into under-developed areas, or helping on existing farms and planatations that use their produce to support other causes such as orphanages and other schemes in need of assistance.

Agricultural Volunteer Projects

Volunteer Culture & Community Work

A Community-based placement with Projects Abroad allows volunteers to become completely immersed in the local culture of a developing country.   You could find yourself teaching English in a Fijian village school, learning traditioan..

Cost: Varies depending on project, destination and duration. Community project prices from £1,295

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