May 18, 2010

International Volunteer Work Camp in Zimbabwe

We would like to draw your attention to the International Workcamp to be held from the 15th to the 30th of August 2010 in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe. The youth voluntary work camp will bring together 15 energetic young environmentalists and activists aged between sixteen and thirty years from different parts of the world to demonstrate the energy in young people with regards to community development and restoration of the Victoria Falls’ image as one of the World’s scenic area. 

With the belief that young people are assets in any community, Environment Africa through its Action-Africa program believes in the power of working with young people hence observing the need to create an opportunity for young people aged between sixteen and thirty to demonstrate their ability towards community development. It is from local or grassroots level where action to protect the environment acquires its full meaning hence lead to global environmental citizenship. “None can cross a river by merely looking at it, it’s now time for action for young people to achieve development through voluntary services at all levels”.

For more information regarding the workcamp, please refer to: or send an email to: or

Kindly note that the deadline for all applications will be Tuesday, 20th of July 2010.

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