Exciting Volunteer Projects in Thailand - IVI Charity & Non Profit

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Thailand is a beautiful country to explore, from jungles and white sand beaches to temples and bustling cities. We have a variety of projects to get involed in, catering to many different interests.

IVI Projects in Thailand:
- Orphanage & Childcare
- Primary School Teaching
- Sports Coaching
- Forest Conservation
- Elephant Conservation
- Gibbon Rehabilitation
- Clay House & Community Construction
- Beach Conservation

IVI is a Charity & Non Profit Org, giving volunteers a very real and authentic experience. We have over 30 years of experience in placing volunteers in meaningful projects. Incorporate volunteering into your next adventure and make it a trip to remember.

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Coronavirus Update

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, anyone who has booked with IVI can change or delay their project until August 2021.

Popular Programs

IVI volunteers posing in Thailand

Play an important role in helping to conserve the bio diversity in the scenic national parks in the Khao Yai region. These are some serious off the beaten track locations with incredible waterfalls, mountains and beautiful scenery. You'll spend your day assisting with field work, tree planting and monitoring wildlife.

Thai children hugging volunteer on IVI project

Set in the incredible scenery of the Kaen Krachan National Park close to the Myanmar border you will have the chance to experience the authentic Karen Hill tribe way of life while teaching English or providing community construction support and other highly valued and well needed tasks in some of the countries most spectacular national parks.

IVI volunteer posing with Thai kids

Spend time in a rural Thai community setting teaching English to primary school students of various ages. Students may be between 4 and 18 years old. Non formal teaching methods are encouraged to help broaden the young peoples minds and provide a fulfilling experience for all involved.

Clay House and Community Construction

Test your teamwork, creativity and energy in this rewarding, challenging and fun volunteer project building a clay house for the local Buddhist monks. Clay houses are made of natural resources, clay bricks and wood and doesn't require skilled labour. Other renovation programs are available throughout the year to help improve the school and living standards of the local people

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Yes, I recommend this program

Primary School English Teaching Thailand

Highlights of the trip:

-Interacting with the kids, who are so genuinely excited to see you. It’s amazing how accepting, grateful and respectful they are!
-Meeting people from all around the world, particularly Europe! Made friends with girls from all over Europe and America, whom we met up in Bangkok for the weekend!
-The locals: everyone was so friendly and welcoming, and more than happy to help with directions.

Comments on the team, food and accommodation:
The team, particularly the team leaders, were lovely and always tried their best to answer your questions and were very informative regarding plans, times, meeting points etc. The shared dorms were also great, and were important in getting to know to others. The food was nice most days too, and kept us going throughout the day.

What would you improve about this program?
-More preparation for classes- i.e information on the best/most effective way to teach the kids.
-Regarding food, more vegetarian options.