Climate change has become an everyday term as more and more people become aware of it. But have you thought about what this phenomenon means for animals? Changes in temperature, and the other impacts of climate change, are becoming more apparent, and we’re already...
Jalova is situated at the southern end of Tortuguero National Park (TNP), along the Caribbean coastline of Costa Rica. TNP was created in 1970 and is made up of a naturally regenerating tropical rainforest, an extensive canal, and wetland system along with a 29...
Are you planning a summer trip to the Mediterranean and looking to deepen your travel experience? Doing volunteer work in Greece will add meaning to your travel by allowing you to make a positive impact when you go. Travelling is a wonderful experience that many...
Learn how to monitor coral reefs as part of GVI and local partner’s efforts to monitor the reefs around the Fiji islands.
Cyclone Winston led to the loss of many homes but also community facilities. The team in Fiji worked with the community to rebuild the Library at Navunisea District Primary School. It is now an active and thriving place of learning.
Whilst in Cambodia, you will no doubt be eating rice twice if not three times a day. Cambodian’s are huge lovers of the staple food, eating more rice than anyone else in the world! Even their Khmer phrase “to eat” literally means “to eat rice”. Today rice makes up...
International work experience is becoming more and more popular. But why is this? And, what are the benefits of gaining work experience abroad? Lots of research has shown that travelling can be good for your mental and physical health. And, there’s also evidence that...
As we continue to move our programs to online platforms, GVI Peru with the Centro Bartolomé de las Casas has organized a series of online events to discuss our impact in the communities of the Piuray Ccorimarca micro basin. It’s relevant to showcase our efforts to...
It will take 95 years before all women in African nations have access to equal rights and opportunities, according to the World Economic Forum (WEF). Wondering how to volunteer in Africa and add momentum to existing women’s empowerment efforts? Let’s find out. The...
Why Go Virtual? It’s long been known that trying to start a career in a highly competitive job market, such as wildlife research and conservation, is extremely difficult. You could have obtained all the possible and relevant qualifications from university and yet...
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