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WWF work camps
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organisation: WWF
country: worldwide
type of activity: environment conservation work camps

who: WWF is one of the world's largest and most experienced independent conservation organisation; a truly global network, working in more than 90 countries; a challenging, constructive, science-based organisation that addresses issues from the survival of species and habitats to climate change, sustainable business and environmental education; a charity dependent upon its five million supporters worldwide: some 90% of their income derives from voluntary sources such as people and the business community.

what: through its workcamps, WWF offers you the exclusive chance to see, touch and experience WWF-UK's wide-ranging global conservation programme. You will find opportunities to visit carefully selected destinations around the world, at various times of the year, for an adventure you'll never forget. The disposable destinations are: Bhutan, India, Mexico, Rwanda, Uganda and Tanzania.

By joining WWF on this unique experience, you will directly contribute towards its overall conservation goals. You will see their programme of activities on the ground, meet local staff and learn how WWF is working to conserve endangered species and spaces for future generations. They have also incorporated sufficient time for relaxation and contemplation along the way, so that you will return home invigorated and inspired. What's more, you will also have the opportunity to help local people and their conservation projects: you could, for example, contribute towards the costs of translocating endangered rhinos to a safe refuge.

how: you will be accompanied by a dedicated member of WWF staff on each trip. In order to cover costs effectively, a minimum of four guests is preferred for each trip. However, should you wish them to tailor a private itinerary for you to travel on an exclusive basis, they should be very happy to discuss the costs and detailed arrangements.WWF’s brochured trips cost covers all international flights and internal transport, accommodation and most meals, plus a donation to your chosen WWF destination. Detailed dossiers are available for each trip. They contain full daily breakdowns of itineraries, costs, dates and activities.

cool for you: WWF-UK is committed to the principle of equal opportunities in employment. It applies policies that are determined solely by job criteria and personal ability. For employment opportunities throughout the WWF Network, visit the WWF International website, www.panda.org.


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Equal opportunities at WWF-UKInternational vacancies
WWF-UK
Panda House - Weyside
Park - Godalming
Surrey GU7 1XR - UK
ph 01483 412418
fax 01483 426409
questions@wwfint.org

 
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