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Volunteer in Bali?

Posted by lola899 on 1/3/2011 at 16:47

any opportunities in bali?

#1 lola899 has been a member since 7/9/2010. Posts: 36

Posted by Nola_Lee_Kelsey on 6/3/2011 at 06:50

Bali Animal Welfare Association (BAWA)
Location: Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
Cost: None Duration: 2 weeks to 6 months Age: 18
Contact: wendyl@bawabali.com Learn more: www.bawabali.com

International Humanity Foundation
Location: Bali, Jakarta, Medan and Aceh, Indonesia
Cost: $50 per week, maximum of $600; Room and board included
Duration: 1+ month, no maximum
Age: 18, older with parental permission
Contact: volunteering@ihfonline.org
Learn more: www.ihfonline.org

Kids Worldwide
Location: Singaraja, one of the two main cities on Bali.
Cost: $30 booking fee, $510 the 1st month, $370 subsequent months
Duration: 2 week minimum, 1 month+ preferred
Age: 18, families with children also welcome
Contact: narayanseva@kidsworldwide.org
Learn more: asia.kidsworldwide.org/balinarayanseva.htm

Tasikoki Wildlife Rescue
Location: North Sulawesi
Cost: $125-$400 per week depending upon length of stay
Duration: 3+ weeks Age: 18
Contact: wildlifevolunteer.indonesia@gmail.com
Learn more: www.tasikoki.org
Special skills: None required, just enthusiasm for animal welfare and reasonable physical fitness to work in a tropical climate. Veterinarians and vet nurses are welcome to support this project
Details: Tasikoki rescue centre was set-up in 2001 to tackle the hub of illegal trade in Indonesian wildlife being smuggled through Sulawesi on its way to the Philippines and then on to the global market. Sadly many of the confiscated animals have nowhere safe to be released and must remain in care at the rescue centre until better protection of Indonesia’s forests can be established.

There are several Orangutan programs but they tend to require both larger financial and time commitments.

Other organizations offering projects in Indonesia:
4th World Love: www.fourthworldlove.org
Great Orangutan Project: www.orangutanproject.com
Doorways: www.internationaldoorways.com
International Humanity Foundation: www.ihfonline.org
Medical Teams International: www.medicalteams.org
Orangutan Tropical Peatland Project: www.orangutantroop.com
PAK Orphanage Project: www.pakorphanage.org/en
People and Places (Winner ‘Best Volunteering Organization’ category
of Virgin Holidays Responsible Tourism Award 2009):
www.travel-peopleandplaces.co.uk
Sumatran Orangutan Society (S.O.S.): www.orangutans-sos.org
Volunteer in Asia: www.viaprograms.org

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Posted by Jenaus on 29/1/2013 at 04:45

I recently volunteered with children with disabilities and teaching english to children aged 10-16 years old near Ubud.
The non-profit learning has wonderful projects (like arts and craft, sport, dancing, computers,music) for the underprivileged children and volunteers accommodation is located onsite at a home stay.

more information: www.volunteer-programs-bali.org

Great experience

#3 Jenaus has been a member since 26/1/2013. Posts: 3

Posted by Jenaus on 21/4/2015 at 22:50

You can also try a well organised non-profit Indonesian organisation at a small traditional fishing village on the north-east part of Bali, Indonesia. Volunteers teach English classes to children from 5 to 18 years. There is also a Program teaching Computer Skills to the older students.
Go to Volunteering in Bali for more details on how to take part in this learning centre.

#4 Jenaus has been a member since 26/1/2013. Posts: 3


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