Volunteer in South Africa
Projects Abroad in South Africa
Projects start year-round and last from one month to a year or more. Opportunities exist in teaching, care, conservation, law and human rights, and sports. Programs are for ages 16+.
Experience another culture like never before while making a real difference in people’s lives.
Wildlife Conservation Expedition
Experience Africa’s large game such as lion, leopard, elephant and hyenas whilst gaining conservation and game reserve experience on this incredible wildlife research expedition based in two stunning locations of the Limpopo Province
Volunteer on a Monkey Conservation Project
Getting involved with world-class conservation work on this volunteer project will take you to enjoy the variety of wonders that South Africa has to offer to volunteers who are prepared to become completely involved in the care and rehabilitation of these wonderful wild animals.
Volunteer Teaching at a Township School in Cape Town
Get involved in a progressive educational program in a township primary school situated just outside Stellenbosch. This exciting new volunteer program aims to assist children develop their literacy and numeracy skills.
Orphanage Volunteer Program in Cape Town, South Africa
Child Welfare and Social Work Volunteering
Whether you want to get hands-on in a wildlife rehabilitation centre, experience life as a wildlife vet, learn how to track wildlife or join a research project in a national park – volunteering with Uniglobe Conservation Experience allows you to make a real difference to wildlife in southern Africa. With a decade’s experience, we are placing people on worthwhile conservation projects in Africa.
Volunteer according to your interests and skills, in health care, human rights, community service, education, and many other fields. Health care projects include working directly with doctors on medical research projects, providing non-medical care to patients, attending ward rounds and helping the nursing staff care for patients. Human rights, social work, and education projects include working at a legal advice center, assessing the impact of community-based interventions, helping with public health awareness campaigns, mentoring street children, teaching English, caring for infants and toddlers at orphanages, working with youth regarding issues related to HIV/AIDS, sexuality and adolescence, and helping to build schools and houses for disadvantaged communities.