Girl Up is a global movement of empowered young women leaders who defend gender equality. Through leadership development training, Girl Up gives girls the resources and platform to start a movement for social change wherever they are. Girl Up currently has over 3000 clubs worldwide and more than 18,000 active members in our online Community. Girl Up was founded by the United Nations Foundation in 2010, and continues to work across a global community of partners to achieve gender equality worldwide!
Join us today: http://clubs.girlup.org/home
We’re a team of young students on a mission to change the game, developing and launching a CubeSat into orbit.
Our goal is to create a better world through the adoption of sustainability, universal education, and innovative technologies. We aim to inspire the next generation of aerospace leaders, thinkers, and engineers who will have the responsibility of developing novel solutions to the world's big issues such as climate change, poverty, conflict, and multi-planetary life.
In addition, we plan to foster and inspire young people in disadvantaged parts of the world, in order to help bridge the gap that exists purely due to geographic location. In order to achieve this, we plan to partner with organisations such as the United Nations to construct facilities and support networks by investing in education initiatives, healthcare facilities, and basic necessities.
Our CubeSat will transmit live video back to earth, along with data from two student-built...
Our mission is to participate in the restoration of Lebanese woodland and promote sustainable reforestation.
Plantation Site Supervisor
Trainee General Office / Admin Assistance
Research Marketing & Communication
Restore degraded forest ecosystems.
Contribute to the development of the Green Corridor.
Foster urban forests and agroforestry.
Create and share new and good forestry practices through research & development.
Raise awareness on the importance of forests and biodiversity.
Involve local communities in the protection and management of our planted forests.
Encourage Lebanese residents and diaspora to support reforestation
Pierre Gemmayel Street, Corniche Al Nahr Plus Properties Building, 2nd Floor Beirut, Lebanon +961 71 124 000 - email@example.com
The UAE Food Bank is a non-profit charitable organisation launched January 4th 2017 under the umbrella of the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives (MBRGI). It is committed to distributing food to those in need while eliminating food waste by collaborating with local authorities, as well as local and international charities, to create a comprehensive ecosystem to efficiently store, package and distribute excess fresh food from hotels, restaurants and supermarkets. It is the first Food Bank in the United Arab Emirates.
Food wastage is discarded or uneaten food which is fit for human consumption. There are many causes, accidental or intentional, of food waste, which occur at various stages of the food supply chain: production, processing, retailing and consumption. The bulk of food waste in developed economies takes place in the distribution, retail and consumption stages of the supply chain. An alarming amount of food purchased by people in the UAE is surplus to...
Discover Bedouin lifestyles, new desert agriculture techniques, give back to the community & exchange cultural experiences. Make a lasting impact in Nuweiba.
Volunteering at the Organic Farm
The goal of this project is to help Bedouin organic farmers with their research and experimental farming projects. You will help them discover new desert agricultural techniques and exchange cultural experiences.
This is a unique opportunity for you to work with the Bedouin side-by-side, for you to learn to see the world through their eyes, and to give them a chance to do the same with you.
By participating in this project you will be empowering local Bedouin to create their own food security in an uncertain world, as well as to teach them not only to farm in the desert, but to conduct desert farming research to continue innovating on their own. Our metric for success is when one of our farmers can leave to create their own experimental farm elsewhere in the desert.
We believe in change.
Every year the street animals in Morocco suffer . We need to help them & with your help, we can.
We began as worried individuals, helping local street dogs of Taghazout . Years later, we are a team of volunteers, rescuing and rehabilitating hundreds of street animals in & around the Agadir region.
Our volunteer schedule is never the same. Some weeks we are overflowing with volunteers. Other weeks we really struggle. Whichever the scenario, we need to ensure that we are adequately covered to be able to meet the needs of the animals at the shelter.
Morocco Animal Aid is run entirely by volunteers. Our volunteers come from all over the globe & are from all walks of life. Without our volunteers, our shelter does not run. The animals at Morocco Animal Aid are our patients. We have a duty of care to ensure that they are safe, healthy & happy. You will be contributing to help create a shift towards a safer, healthier, happier...
Provide Bedouin women with everyday household knowledge, so that they can both support their own food needs as well as participate in crop exchanges with the community.
This volunteer program is especially suitable for: Age 18+, Singles, Couples, 50+
Habiba Community is committed to transforming the lives of local Bedouin communities through promoting sustainable agriculture and permaculture. We do this by empowering the Bedouin we employ to experiment with organic farming, helping them to not only grow their own produce, but to conduct their own research into how best to make use of the resources around us. We also run programs for the economic and educational empowerment of women who have more restrictions on their lives. Our goal at the farm is to help the local Bedouin leave and create their own farms, thus creating employment, food security and a sense of commitment to the future of our shared environment. Our goal through the women empowerment program is to provide...
Volunteer with ESMA
ESMA needs your talents and skills. It takes a lot to keep our shelter and activities going, and we depend on contributions from the community. Share your abilities and help us to keep ESMA strong and effective. How can you help us? Here are some of the most important ways you can volunteer:
Socializing with animals (spend time with the cats and dogs at the shelter)
Grooming animals at the shelter
Foster parenting (temporarily foster an animal at your home)
Shelter cleaning and organization
Flight parenting (act as a courier to an adopted cat or dog flying outside of Egypt)
To find out more or sign up please fill out our volunteer form and email Mona Khalil at firstname.lastname@example.org or Bahra Fahmy at email@example.com
The Egyptian Society for Mercy to Animals (ESMA) was formed in late 2007 in response to a horrific shooting spree of street dogs by the Egyptian government. A small group of Egyptians and expatriates came together to fight...
Are you a first or second generation immigrant? A migrant? An expatriate? Are you the product of diaspora or movement of any kind?
If you have answered “yes” to any of these questions, I want to hear your story!
My name is Riya Singhal and I am an International Baccalaureate Diploma candidate at the Swiss International Scientific School in Dubai. As an immigrant myself, I am drawn to stories about movement, migration, the crossing of borders and boundaries, and the impermanence of home.
I am currently interviewing people from around the world to collect immigrant narratives. In addition to recording or videotaping your interview, I would like to have the opportunity to document your personal photographs and mementoes of “movement” in an online archive.
I f you are interested in being interviewed, please contact me by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ho Chi Minh, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Project Hue is a non-profit organization, founded in 2019 in Vietnam and the United States with a goal to provide support for the most in-need children in Vietnam through fundraising art and craft projects. Moreover, Project Hue constructs a fun community built upon creativity and service for Vietnamese youth through art and craft fundraising projects. The final products will be sold on our website, Facebook page, or through our sales volunteers. All profits made will be donated to empower children out of poverty.
More information can be found at https://projecthue.wixsite.com/projecthue?lang=en or our Facebook Page
Project Hue là một tổ chức phi lợi nhuận được thành lập vào năm 2019 tại Việt Nam và Hoa Kỳ với mục đích gây quỹ giúp đỡ trẻ em có hoàn cảnh khó khăn ở Việt Nam thông qua những dự án mỹ thuật. Đồng thời, Project Hue là một sân chơi sáng tạo và bổ ích dành cho các bạn trẻ Việt...
Science communication contest
A challenge to use various mediums including writing, audio and film/video, and performing art, to inform and create awareness for science to ordinary people in their lives.
To develop communication skills in the science world for a larger audience beyond their scientific community.
For more information visit the official site at https://www.saasta.ac.za/young-science-communicators
Eco Technology contest
Looking for winning ideas to solve water crisis in South Africa
Seeking sustainable solutions for South Africa's water challenge
For more information visit the official site at www.launchlab.co.za/waterchallenge
The campaign values the power of language and cultural relevance in literacy development. For reasons relating to empowerment, pedagogy, identity and democracy, Nal’ibali fully promotes reading and writing in mother tongue languages. All children and adults need to understand what they are listening to, or reading, for it to be meaningful and enjoyable – which is crucial for raising readers. Books plus training plus digital.
For more information visit the official site at https://nalibali.org/about-us
Oxfam South Africa leverages its local to global footprint and access to 60 years of experience working for change to advance its goals. We work at multiple levels, employing a range of strategies and combine long-term development programming with catalytic, responsive and timeous interventions.
For more information visit the official site athttps://www.oxfam.org.za/
This programme will address, according to these priorities, the needs within Child Protection, Health, Education and Enterprise Development.
For more information visit the official site at https://www.worldvision.co.za/about-us/
Critical role in protecting, supporting and empowering women and their children who are survivors of domestic violence, abuse and stigmatisation that is so prevalent and widespread in our communities.
We provide care – free of judgement, criticism and bias – and aspire to empower those who pass through our doors, to become better equipped for their role in society.
For more information visit the official site at https://sisters.org.za/get-involved/
Help children from disadvantaged communities learn to read. Our literacy intervention programmes are run at public primary schools across South Africa, and provide children who struggle to read with one-on-one attention from a volunteer Reading Helper or community Literacy Tutor.
For more information visit the official site at https://help2read.org/our-work
Sponsored and associated with organisations, foundations, aquariums, zoos and zoological societies around the world
Rescue and rehabilitate seabirds - large scale projects especially after oil spills or environmental disasters, training and education to communities and schools.
For more information visit the official site at https://sanccob.co.za/
The South African Red Cross Society is a member organisation of the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), which is the largest volunteer driven organisation on earth. The Red Cross Society has 100 million members and a presence in 189 countries.
Relies on Donor Funding and generating revenue
A large number of different projects where volunteers can offer support:
-Community housing projects
For more information visit the official site at http://redcross.org.za/