If you wish to become fully involved in humanitarian aid and development, SID Israel has prepared a list of associations in Israel and abroad, which will allow you to benefit while participating in an ethical and responsible economic development: ISRAELI ASSOCIATIONS: Brit Olam – Designed from the values of Tikkun Olam, Brit Olam integrates Israeli and Jewish volunteers into sustainable development programs in disadvantaged communities with a focus on disaster relief. Throughout the years, the association has operated in over 20 countries in Africa, Latin America and South East Asia, both in relief operations and development programs. If you want to take part in a concrete, on-the-ground experience, Brit Olam is for you! ART-JOY-LOVE – Art-Joy-Love is a volunteer program in orphanages in Ethiopia and Uganda. As a branch of Hadassah Medical, Art-Joy-Love has a focus on helping children with HIV grow and reach their potential. Agahozo-Shalom Youth Village – Spearheaded by recipients of the Global Impact Awards, ASYV has transformed a village school into a well-nourished, psychologically healthy, and academically prospering place of learning. They offer a number of ways to get involved and be a part of their progress. Fairplanet: Hard working, creative and professional men and women, of all ages and backgrounds. No wages, long hours, far away, rainy-muddy-sunny days, cold showers, spicy food, no TV no WIFI. Our volunteers are the driving force of the organization, they are the key agents to promote a positive impact . More than 140 volunteers have already joined Fair planet’s family and we are just starting. Ten Program – Project TEN is an international volunteer program that operates in developing areas. They provide service-learning programs to promote Jewish activism. TEN offers volunteer opportunities in Puerto Rico Ghana, Mexico, Uganda, South Africa, and Israel. NALA FOUNDATION – NALA works to eradicate neglected tropical diseases through advocacy, learning, and action. With NALA, volunteer work is core operating mechanism. They operate in many communities in Ethiopia and has been working on the ground to provide rapid response to COVID-19. INTERNATIONALLY: The Mvula Trust – As the largest water and sanitation NGO in South Africa, the Mvula Trust has an impressive track record. They have an expansive internship program and a need for volunteers to help the everchanging and evolving field of water resource development. Food and trees for Africa – Food & Trees for Africa has a wide variety of extensive initiatives to help accomplish their goal of ensuring food security and environmental sustainability. With comprehensive and well executed plans, FTFA gains support from donations of trees. African Conservation Experience – With teams of zoologists and conservationists, ACE offers volunteer experiences tailored to your needs. They offer specific and refined programs in South Africa, Zimbabwe, Botswana, and Namibia that involve interactive experiences with local species in need. LOHADA – LOHADA a Tanzanian-run non-profit. They serve hundreds of impoverished and neglected children, effectively shielding them from susceptibility to alcoholism, prostitution, and more. Whether it is through donations, child sponsorships, or volunteering, LOHADA offers you a way to help their cause. Kilimanjaro Young Girls in Need – Through incredibly rewarding volunteer work, you can help Kilimanjaro Young Girls in Need (KYGN) in Tanzania. Girls in developing nations often lack access to education, and KYGN provides that education for over 150 girls as well as providing social service. Naturally Africa Volunteer – If you are looking to volunteer in Africa, Volunteer Africa is here to point you in the right direction. They offer a variety of volunteering opportunities, including teaching, medical, sports and wildlife conservation, and find responsible and ethical volunteer opportunities in all types of development sectors to ensure the best fit for you. RIPPLE Africa – Ripple Africa has dozens of specific projects under the categories of environmental protection, education, and healthcare in Malawi. Perspective volunteers are always welcome and are assisted in planning and logistics. Rustic Volunteer – Rustic Volunteers connects volunteers to projects around the globe. Their highly organized process and programs will offer you amazing experiences while doing good work for a low cost. The Elephant Centre – Queen Elizabeth national park in Uganda offers a fascinating and unique experience. The Elephant Home is a form of ecotourism, and your room and board costs – as little as $5 per night — goes solely to local families for food and children’s academic materials. Amani Children’s Home – Amani rescues Tanzanian children from homelessness and provides them with primary care, education, and reunification. They offer comprehensive volunteer options as well as ways to fundraise and other unique ways to get involved. YODEP – Youth for Development and Productivity has volunteers from Israel, Canada, the US, and Norway to help achieve its goal of empowerment for at risk people in underdeveloped communities in Zomba, Malawi. Become – With an entirely volunteer based staff, BECOME invests in self-sustaining and income-generating opportunities to help communities and individuals in developing areas in Kenya, Haiti, and South Sudan.