Join a group with other volunteers to fund and help implement a larger
community development project than you could by going it alone.

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Our projects usually centre on a volunteer construction project that will provide a community building, such as a village primary school, resource centre or health care facility.

Key features:
– Typically 8-12 volunteers
– Two or three weeks
– Suitable for individuals or small groups
– Open to anyone over the age of 18

Almost anyone can help to build a community building – there’s no “hard hat” work and you don’t need to have any construction skills or experience. The serious construction work is done before the volunteers arrive by local workers and you’ll be helping with the finishing work, usually plastering, painting, decorating and all the other little jobs to get it from being four-walls-and-a-roof to the finished building.

As well as the voluntary work, all our projects have an itinerary organised around them designed to familiarise you with the country you are volunteering in. 

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AidCamps projects are offered as a package, with most in-country costs (accommodation, most food, ground transportation and excursions) included in the registration fee. For more information on how our projects are funded, and the minimum fundraising amount you’ll need to raise to take part, see our What it Costs page. 

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We are currently recruiting volunteers for a group project with RCDP, our partner in Nepal. You can find more details on the project page.

If you would like to find out more about volunteering with us, you can get in touch with us using the form below, and you can also use the form to let us know that you’re interested in joining a project when we next have one available if our Nepal project isn’t for you.

If you would be interested in joining us as an independent volunteer you can find out more on our Individual and Family Volunteering page.

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AidCamps International is a Residential Approved Activity Provider for the Duke of Edinburgh’s Gold Award. If you’re aged 18 to 25 and want to achieve your Gold Award then we can help you meet the criteria for a residential project.

If you join an AidCamps project, the others in the group won’t necessarily be working toward their Duke of Edinburgh’s Award so you’ll also gain new perspectives, meet people of all ages, and do something amazing, all while working towards your Gold Award.

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If you’re interested in finding out more about group projects or have questions about a specific project, please provide a few details below and we’ll be in touch.
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