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mangroves planten

Ga aan de slag als vrijwilliger in Ambondrolava (Madagaskar) om samen met lokale projectmedewerkers onderzoek te doen en onderhoud te plegen aan de bedreigde mangrove bossen. Er is steeds plaats van maximaal 4 vrijwilligers en de duur van het project is tussen de 1 en 3 maanden. Het is mogelijk om b...

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Education Category: General, Language Ages: 4-8, 8-12, 12-16, 16+ Talen leren Een vreemde taal leren. Het staat bijna op iedere bucketlist die je ooit zult tegenkomen. Heel tof, maar het leren ervan vergt vaak meer tijd en moeite dan men denkt. Hieronder beschrijf ik een aantal ...

vrijwilligen met kinderen

Dat je kinderen hebt, wil niet zeggen dat je vrijwilligerswerk in het buitenland maar moet laten schieten. Er zijn namelijk genoeg organisaties die hele gezinnen welkom heten. Sterker nog, vrijwilligerswerk met je kinderen kan jouw vrijwilligerservaring nóg specialer maken. Met deze 7 tips ga...

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