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Since its formation in 1998, Global Vision International (GVI) has sent several hundred volunteers on overseas volunteer projects. Through its alliance with aid reliant environmental organisations throughout the world, GVI Volunteers fill a critical void in the fields of environmental research, conservation, education and community development. Dedicated GVI Volunteers acquire and then use their expertise and skills to reach mission goals, which ultimately contribute to GVI's aim at aiding and promoting global sustainable development.
Work on community or conservation projects from 1 week to 1 year in every continent. Work on research projects in the Amazon, Learn to Scuba Dive in Mexico and aid in marine research, Teach and Travel Southern Africa.....families, gap years, career breaks and retirees. With so many unique opportunities it's difficult not to help!
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Global Vision International (GVI) offers volunteers, interns and expedition members the opportunity to make a genuine difference through its volunteer projects while having an amazing hands-on experience in over forty countries worldwide. Opportunities range from 1 week to 2 years.
Critical conservation and humanitarian projects in over forty countries rely on GVI for volunteers, promotion and direct funding. GVI works locally with its partners to promote sustainable development through environment research, conservation and education. GVI volunteers benefit from exceptional support, training and internship schemes.
GVI is guided by a unique commitment to its volunteers and to its partners. To the volunteer it offers safe, responsible travel experiences, exceptional training and career development opportunities, and facilitates the ability to make a real difference. To its partners it commits all research ownership rights and all work is undertaken fully under their direction, in conjunction with the local community. GVI is a non-political, non-religious organisation, which through its alliance with over 150 project partners in over 40 countries, provides opportunities for volunteers to fill a critical void in the fields of environmental research, conservation, education and community development. International partners include the South African National Parks Board, Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund, Jane Goodall Institute, Rainforest Concern and Kenyan Wildlife Service.