Virtual Community Service @ East Africa

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5 Days
Availability : February-April 2021 (Multiple start dates)
Min Age : Ages 11-14 & 15-17

Program Overview

This internship opportunity will introduce students to a variety of ecosystems, explaining the importance of their conservation. Students will get the chance to interact with the people responsible for the sustainability projects and get familiar with their work at a grassroots level.

Program Dates

February-April 2021 (Multiple start dates)

Program Timings


Minimum Age

Ages 11-14 & 15-17 

Delivery Partner

World Unite! is an organization that provides Intercultural Exchange and Global Learning opportunities. Since 2007, they have been organizing Internships, Volunteering Assignments, Active Travel and Cultural Experiences in various countries, which can also be joined remotely.

Program Details


  • Introduction to key principles, concepts and practices of wildlife management
  • Virtual visits to a coral reef reforestation, sustainable sponge farming project in Zanzibar and many other ecosystems
  • Discussing ideas of sustainable income generation for local coastal populations

Skills Developed

Global Mindedness

Community Service

Sustainable Future

Expert Sessions & Immersions

  • Live interaction with experts in wildlife conservation and sustainability
  • Critical thinking and problem-solving skills to address environmental conservation
  • Develop an understanding of various local perspectives and social issues