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A TRAVELLER S GUIDE TO MAKING A,DIFFERENCE AROUND THE WORLD. M E L B O U R N E O A K L A N D L O N D O N,Book 1 indb 1 3 5 2013 3 21 25 PM. 01 INTERNATIONAL VOLUNTEERING Taxation National Insurance 83. AN OVERVIEW 8 House 83,Why Volunteer 9 Vehicle 86, Kinds of International Volunteering 11 Partner Children 87. Power of Attorney 88,02 CHOOSING YOUR Voting 88, VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE 23 Technology Communications 88. Arranging a Worthwhile Placement 23 Useful Websites 88. Summary of Questions 40, Do You Have What it Takes 41 05 ORGANISED VOLUNTEER.
More Information 45 PROGRAMMES 90,How Do They Work 91. 03 THE PRACTICALITIES 46 Pros Cons 92, Application Selection 46 Major International Placement. Raising the Money 48 Programmes 94,Preparation 52 ORGANISATION LISTINGS 98. Airline Tickets 54 Options for the Under 30s 98, Passports Visas Travel Insurance 57 Volunteering Plus 113. What to Pack 60 An AYAD Tells Her Story 116,Health Hygiene 64 Volunteering Holidays 120.
Money 69 Volunteering as a Staff Member 125,Keeping in Touch 73 Development Placements 125. If It All Goes Wrong 75 Conservation Wildlife Placements 131. Useful Websites 76 Memories of Maqui 135,Skilled Volunteering 138. 04 TYING UP LOOSE ENDS 78 Emergency Relief 142,Job 78 An Emergency Relief Experience 146. Finances 80,Book 1 indb 2 3 5 2013 3 21 25 PM, 06 STRUCTURED SELF FUNDING Choosing a Mutually Beneficial. VOLUNTEER PROGRAMMES 148 Placement 224,How Do They Work 149 Further Preparation 224.
Pros Cons 153 Maximising Your Contribution 225, ORGANISATION LISTINGS 157 ORGANISATION LISTINGS 225. Development Placements 157 Directories Useful Organisations 225. Volunteering Unwrapped 164 Grassroots Charities Non profits 228. Conservation Wildlife Placements 171 Useful Websites 231. Painted Lines 173 From Mongolia to Laos on a,Way Down Deep 178 Volunteering Adventure 232. Skilled Volunteering 182,Options for the Under 30s 186 09 COMING HOME 233. Twelve Months in Uganda 190 Leaving 234,Reverse Culture Shock 234. 07 RELIGIOUS ORGANISATIONS 194 Settling Back In 235. How Do They Work 195 Next Steps 240,Pros Cons 197,Building Bridges 198 10 START YOUR OWN.
ORGANISATION LISTINGS 199 CHARITABLE PROJECT 243,Development Placements 199 The Idea 244. The Mother of Volunteering 202 Go For It 248,Getting It Rolling 251. 08 DO IT YOURSELF VOLUNTEER A Healthy Dose 254,PLACEMENTS 215 Acknowledgements 259. Is Do It Yourself Volunteering Right Index 261,for You 216 Destinations Index 266. Pros Cons of Going It Alone 217 Organisations Index 269. The Search Begins 219,Book 1 indb 3 3 5 2013 3 21 25 PM.
CHARLOTTE HINDLE plan to work with street children in. Charlotte Hindle was coordinating Latin America, author for this book and also wrote Charlotte is a freelance travel. the following chapters International journalist and photographer Over the. Volunteering An Overview Choosing years she has written for the following. Your Volunteer Experience The LP guides Australia Mediterranean. Practicalities and Coming Home Europe Walking in Britain England. and Britain and her photographs,During her gap year. appear in many others She also,Charlotte travelled. writes for Wanderlust magazine and,overland from,the Independent newspaper. England to Australia,In Melbourne she,RACHEL COLLINSON.
temped as a foot,Rachel Collinson wrote the Do it,courier before landing a job at Lonely. Yourself Volunteer Placements chapter,Planet LP She worked at LP s Head. Office for three years In 1991 she While studying at. returned to England to set up LP s university Rachel. UK office which she ran until June taught English in. 2002 She then took a mini career Vienna worked as, break to spend the summer with her a counsellor on a. growing family and to consider more children s summer. flexible child friendly work options camp in the USA and volunteered. Lonely Planet then approached her on outdoor residentials So when. to contribute to the following books she embarked on a career break. The Gap Year Book The Career Break after seven years in international. Book and The Travel Writing Book marketing it was a natural choice. When Charlotte helped update the for her to spend a period doing. first edition of The Gap Year Book volunteer work with children In. she re wrote the Volunteering Ecuador she took on various roles. Conservation chapter Since then in a home for street children and. Charlotte has been fascinated looked after special needs babies in. by this sector and has written an orphanage Other volunteering. newspaper and travel articles on it stints included visiting foreign. and organised debates and talks on nationals imprisoned for drug. the subject Charlotte is waiting for trafficking and writing a marketing. her two young daughters to be old plan for the director of a remote. enough to volunteer with her they national park in Bolivia Rachel s. Book 1 indb 4 3 5 2013 3 21 25 PM,Lonely Planet Authors. Why is our travel information the best in,the world It s simple our authors are.
passionate dedicated travellers They take,pride in getting all the details right and in. telling it how it is They don t take payment,or freebies in exchange for positive. coverage so you can be sure the advice,you re given is impartial. sideline in travel writing began in assist the deployment of American. Australia during her career break Red Cross volunteers to the Gulf Coast. in 2005 Nate has volunteered and,MIKE RICHARD travelled extensively throughout. Mike Richard wrote the sections of Europe Central and North America. all chapters containing information sometimes working as a musician. for American volunteers and correspondent to various. Born and raised in the publications including the Village. wilds of northern New Voice Metro Times and Spin This. England Mike scribed is his first title with Lonely Planet. his way through two He currently resides in Sacramento. university history California where he works as a,departments before freelance writer.
succumbing to global wanderlust He,has worked and played in Honolulu KORINA MILLER. studied Japanese in Hakodate Korina wrote Structured Self. and taught English in Shanghai Funding Volunteer Programmes. Most recently he served as a TEFL Religious Organisations and Start. Volunteer with the US Peace Corps Your Own Charitable Project. in Romania When he s not writing Korina grew up on. for Lonely Planet or toiling away in Vancouver Island She. a Federal Government cubicle he packed her bags at. can be found sampling the culture of 18 and hasn t quite. Washington DC unpacked since En,route she volunteered. NATE CAVALIERI in India in rural Uttar Pradesh and. Nate Cavalieri wrote the Organised with remote tribal communities in. Volunteer Programmes chapter Jharkhand She also worked with. Nate s entr e into the world of minorities in southwest China on a. international sustainable tourism development,volunteering project ran an Asian arts charity. happened in 2002 in Vancouver and managed an, when he was a intercultural arts charity in London. student at the These days she s back in Vancouver, Pop Wuj School in working as a children s writing coach.
Quezaltenango Guatemala and he with a local charity Korina studied. volunteered crack data entry skills to intercultural communications and. Book 1 indb 5 3 5 2013 3 21 26 PM,development at Vancouver s Simon. Fraser University and has an MA,in migration studies from Sussex. University She s been an author,with Lonely Planet since 1999. writing on everything from bears,in the Canadian Rockies to street. snacks in Beijing,SARAH WINTLE,Sarah Wintle wrote the Tying Up.
Loose Ends chapter and,the sections of all chapters KATHERINE TUBB. containing information for Katherine is the,Australasian volunteers founder of 2Way. Sarah traded her Development,backpack for a www 2waydev. suitcase marked elopment com,Bangkok as an an international. Australian Youth volunteer agency that places,Ambassador for individual volunteers into.
Development AYAD in 2005 and development NGOs in Africa Latin. returned one year later loaded America and Asia Katherine was. with memories She can take or a volunteer herself with VSO in. leave the title but the programme Nepal where she worked for an. gave her the chance to spread her environmental NGO Katherine. wings in Asia while she worked started her career working in. for a regional conservation the tourism industry primarily. organisation When she wasn t as a researcher and published. putting together a brochure work relating to ecotourism and. writing communication strategies sustainable tourism She has a. or editing in Laos she was chasing masters in development studies from. the best kh o n aw m m ang the London School of Economics. mango and sticky rice in town,or travelling She says her time PAUL GOODYER. away gave her a sense of m jai Paul Goodyer CEO of. full heart Sarah has been writing Nomad Travel Stores. for Lonely Planet since 2004 and and Travel Clinics. has contributed to Australia www,New Zealand on a Shoestring and nomadtravel co uk. South East Asia on a Shoestring started travelling. among other titles when he was 17 Following a,few bouts of ill health and disasters. with dodgy travel equipment he set,up Nomad in 1990 With five outlets. combining travel clinics with travel,gear shops Paul and his wife Cathy.
his brother Professor Larry Goodyer,and his staff work hard to prepare. Book 1 indb 6 3 5 2013 3 21 26 PM, people for travel In 2002 Paul and volunteers and expanding into. Cathy set up a charitable project countries throughout Asia Africa. called Karmi Farm http www and South America,nomadtravel co uk. t karmifarmcharityproject DR KATE SIMPSON, aspx a medical clinic for the local Dr Kate Simpson. hill farmers of Darjeeling and Sikkim has spent over six. province see p254 for a full case years researching. study Paul advised on the What To and working in, Take and Health Hygiene sections the international.
of this book volunteering,industry She has written extensively. ANTHONY LUNCH about gap years and international,Anthony taught in volunteering and has completed. The Gambia as a a PhD on these subjects at the, volunteer with VSO in University of Newcastle upon. the 1960s He went to Tyne Currently she works with. Oxford University and volunteers and the international. then joined Unilever volunteering industry to improve. where he worked as a marketing practices within this sector For. manager in Belgium and UK more information about the ethics. Later he became MD of the of international volunteering visit. French multinational Phildar UK www ethicalvolunteering org. and then held senior positions in,corporate finance and international. trade development,He was appointed to the VSO,Executive Council for seven years.
and in 1990 visited Nepal where,his son was doing a gap year He. became deeply involved with the,village of Sermathang helping. build a larger school and starting,a volunteer programme In 2001. he set up MondoChallenge www,mondochallenge org focussing. on career breakers and older,Book 1 indb 7 3 5 2013 3 21 26 PM.
Monitoring cheetahs in the,Namibian savannah with,BiosphereE xpeditions. 01 International,Volunteering,an Overview, Time is money How often have you heard that said Perhaps it came to mind as you. spent yet another late night in the office trying to meet a deadline or perhaps you work in. a profession where your time is billed in blocks of 15 minutes Maybe you ve just retired. having worked hard for years in return for an annual salary Unless you re a professional. parent the chances are you re used to being paid for the work you do And whatever your. circumstances you probably consider your time a precious commodity. So why give your time for free Or as is the case with the majority of international. volunteering opportunities why pay for the privilege of working for nothing This chapter. offers a broad cross section of answers to these questions. Think globally act locally was a phrase coined in 1972 by Ren Dubos an adviser to. the UN Conference on the Human Environment Although the phrase initially referred to. P H O T O W W W B I O S P H E R E E X P E D I T I O N S O R G. looking after our environment it touched a global nerve and came to mean acting locally. in any worthwhile capacity Then 12 years later Bob Geldof and Midge Ure formed Band. Aid and challenged the world not only to think globally but act globally as well and. raised money for famine relief in Ethiopia Whatever you think of this campaign and. subsequent ones such as Make Poverty History the actions of Geldof and Ure ignited. high level debate about world inequality The ongoing efforts of many ensure that such. imbalances are kept in the global media spotlight,Book 1 indb 8 3 5 2013 3 21 27 PM. 01 International Volunteering an Overview Why Volunteer. Buying white wristbands and donating money from the comfort of your lounge room to. send abroad is one thing Actually giving up your time and going to a poorer part of the. world to contribute your knowledge skills or labour is quite another But this is exactly. what an increasing number of people around the globe are choosing to do with their holi. days during gap years on career breaks or upon retirement. However the more popular international volunteering becomes the more difficult it is to. pinpoint where to go what to do and which organisation you want to volunteer with For. starters the sheer number of volunteering opportunities today can be overwhelming Then. there s the problem that not all volunteering is good volunteering There are plenty of. volunteer organisations that are not meeting or responding to local needs not working in. proper partnership with host communities and certainly not working towards sustainable. solutions And let s face it no one wants to become that volunteer who has just built a. bridge where no bridge was needed, Volunteering abroad should be the best thing you ve ever done but the onus is on you to. act responsibly do the research and find a volunteer programme that works both for you. and for the host community This book aims to equip you with all the tools to do just that. One volunteer Linda Walsh who worked with street children in Rio de Janeiro for Task. Brasil p170 urges, Go and volunteer Love the experience even when there are times when you feel unappreci.
ated tired fed up or lost with the language No matter what if you throw yourself whole. heartedly into it you will love it and it will do more for you than you could ever imagine. As Clodagh O Brien who volunteered in Borneo with the Orangutan Foundation UK. p175 succinctly puts it, Every insect bite cut argument and awful bus journey was well worth it. Why Volunteer, This is a good question and one you need to think very carefully about The most common. reason to volunteer is the desire to give something back Vikki Cole who volunteered on. an environmental project with Trekforce p115 in Borneo explains. Without sounding clich d I really wanted to be able to look back on my life and to have. done something of substance that didn t directly benefit just me. Jacqueline Hill who volunteered with Voluntary Service Overseas VSO p94 building. management capacity with local NGOs in Bangladesh had similar feelings. It had been a long term dream I had a vague plan that I d spend the first 20 years of my. career earning for myself and the next 20 giving something back. Wanting to help others wishing to do good and hoping to make a difference are all im. portant reasons to volunteer But nine times out of ten they re not enough to make you to. feel that your time was well spent there need to be other reasons And as you can imagine. there are plenty to choose from Mike Laird who travelled with the Scientific Exploration. Society p136 to work on scientific archaeological and community aid projects in Bolivia. lists a well balanced mix of altruistic and personal motivations for volunteering. To see the delight on people s faces when they realise they now have a clean and safe water. P H O T O W W W B I O S P H E R E E X P E D I T I O N S O R G. supply or better school facilities To know that they will benefit from these for years to. come The personal benefits are almost too many to mention being exposed to new cul. tures seeing new places and sharing in great experiences making new and lasting friend. ships and discovering a bit more about myself That apart I also got fitter lost weight and. felt terrific when I came home, Mike picks up on a key point for travellers volunteering is an excellent way to get under. the skin of a country and come to grips with a different culture The cultural exchange.

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