Check out our exciting new project in Zambia! In co-ordination with our partner Greenpop, we will be planting 5,000 to 10,000 trees in Livingstone, in an effort to fight the drastic deforestation in the area – and you can be part of it! This is a great opportunity to plant trees, educate children about conservation, learn about environmental issues, and explore this beautiful corner of Africa! As as volunteer, you will play a vital role in making the project a success. You’ll get a chance to plant trees in the Victoria Falls World Heritage Site, which is a rainforest that overlooks the incredible Victoria Falls – a very impressive setting! You will also plant trees in Dambwa Forest, a beautiful area just outside of Livingstone that is a release site for a lion rehabilitation program, as well as in Mukuni Village, a charming rural village on the outskirts of Livingstone. On top of that, you will be planting fruit trees at schools around Livingstone, together with local children, and on subsistence farms. An essential part of our project is education. As a volunteer, you will be involved in educating children on the importance of their natural environment, and on how they can play an active role in preserving it. This is an amazing opportunity to immerse yourself in the Zambian culture, to learn from this unique cultural exchange, and to give local children some vital knowledge about sustainable living. You’ll also have the opportunity to take part in talks and discussions about issues such as climate change, deforestation and sustainability. These lectures and workshops will be hosted by professionals in the field, local NGOs, local community leaders, as well as representatives from the UNDP and UNEP. Grab your chance to join this exciting project of action, sharing, and learning! Click here to find out more.