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Kaya partners with Thailand Tourism to encourage more volunteers

Kaya are proud to announce that we have become official partners of Thailand tourism authority in the “Little Big Project” campaign launched this week. The campaign as been set up to encourage more volunteer participation in the various community and environmental initiatives that are...

New Year, New You! Make Time for Travel in 2013.

It’s January and yes, the time is ripe for making New Year’s resolutions. I personally like the idea of a new start for a new year, it is the perfect time to evaluate and make plans. I take issue with most of the generic resolutions though (exercise more, eat more fruit, stop hitting the snooze...

Building Volunteers Needed in the Philippines!

Living in the Philippines with my work for Kaya means I have seen first-hand some of the harsh conditions people have to struggle with on a regular basis, but I also get to see the fantastic work our volunteers do and how much it helps. Our building projects here go some way towards helping people...

Whale sharks arrive in Belize

Exciting news this week! The whale-sharks have arrived early to the Caribbean waters of Belize and Kaya marine conservation volunteers have been delighted with visits from the gentle giants of the sea.  With awesome visibility and perfect conditions, the team have been documenting the sightings...

Getting into the Christmas Spirit in the Philippines!

Last week, members of Kaya staff along with some volunteers in the Philippines joined with the children from a few of our projects in a day of celebration. We were not only celebrating Christmas (which is certainly a huge cause for celebration in the Philippines!) but also the achievements of the...

Women’s empowerment in Ghana

Volunteer abroad in Ghana and work on a women empowerment initiative dedicated to providing counseling and support to women and children who are survivors of violence. Established in 1999 in response to a number of social realities facing Ghanaian women, this project works to address the growing...

Second Post

Young children need constant interaction for their physical and social development, and your time spent playing and communicating with them aids that process when no one else is available. Many of the older children have access to government provided education, but cannot keep up with others their...

My First Post

Volunteers need real vigour and enthusiasm to bring life and fresh experiences to the children. Feeding, bathing and changing diapers will be required, as is simply spending time, having fun and being patient with the kids. No specific skills are required but any experience of working with...

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