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Wolontariat W Tajlandii

Jedź na wolontariat do Tajlandii i odkryj kraj otoczony wspaniałymi złotymi plażami, pięknymi świątyniami i bogatą kulturą. Chociaż Tajlandia ma prężnie rozwijającą się branżę turystyczną, istnieją spore obszary biedy, gdzie ludzie żyją poniżej granicy ubóstwa i nie mają podstawowych udogodnień. Tajlandia jest domem dla wielu gatunków fauny i flory, w wielu przypadkach zagrożonych wyginięciem. Oprócz Tajlandii oferujemy także szereg zrównoważonych programów wolontaryjnych w innych krajach azjatyckich, takich jak Laos, Indie czy Nepal. Niezależnie od tego, czy chcesz wybrać się na gap year czy też zrealizować  career break, możesz przyczynić się do trwałej zmiany w prowincji Chiang Mai lub Phang Nga. Wybierz spośród wielu projektów skupionych na:

GVI nie wspiera, ani nie realizuje wolontariatów w sierocińcach i domach dziecka. Więcej informacji na ten temat znajdziesz tutaj. Wspieramy globalną inicjatywę ChildSafe. Każdy realizowany przez nas program z dziećmi podlega regułom określonym w dokumencie  Child and Vulnerable Adult Protection Policy. To zestaw zasad dotyczących ochrony dzieci, które wdrażamy w każdym programie. W ramach tej polityki wszyscy uczestnicy wolontariatów z dziećmi są zobowiązani do przedstawienia nam zaświadczenia o niekaralności.

GDZIE DZIAŁAMY W TAJLANDII?

Kiedy zgłosisz się wolontariat w Tajlandii, przygoda będzie na Ciebie czekać na każdym kroku. Skorzystaj z okazji i zanurz się w lokalnej. W Phang Nga pracujemy nad ochroną środowiska morskiego i edukacją wśród najpiękniejszych krajobrazów świata. Phang Nga to także białe piaszczyste plaże, tropikalne wyspy, niesamowite wapienne formacje skalne i bogata kultura.

Nasza baza w Chiang Mai otoczona jest zapierającą dech w piersiach górską scenerią północnej Tajlandii, a sam projekt odbywa się w dystrykcie Mae Chaem,  gdzie mieszkają słynne wspólnoty hodujące słonie rasy Karen.

POZNAJ ZESPÓŁ - Senior Field Management

Jill Walker

Deputy Director of Programs
Meet GVI’s Jill,also known by her rap name, Rainmaker, or her spiritual name, Field Whisperer. Her journey with GVI began back in 2007 as Thailand's Country Director, where she helped set up GVI’s first TEFL program!

Now she is based in Chaing Rai, Thailand. Jill's role involves providing support for all of our programs around the world. Working closing with each base, she looks to identify and manage any issues that occur so GVI are able to offer the best programs possible.

Liane

Base Manager

Meet Liane! Liane is known on base as “Base Mum” and is originally from England. Her journey with GVI began in March 2018 after she had finished working in Malawi for six months. Liane has also worked in both China and Australia, where she was a teacher. In her spare time Liane enjoys making the most of what Thailand has to offer, hiking mountains and scuba diving!

Molly Plexico

Regional Director for Southeast Asia
Meet Molly, our hard working Regional Director for Southeast Asia. Overseeing operations in 3 countries is no easy task but Molly is more than capable.

Her goal is to visit one country for every year she is alive. The most unusual place she has travelled to is Uzbekistan, on a trip beginning in Europe and ending in Southeast Asia. This is where she fell in love with Laos which began her journey with GVI. She started working for GVI back in 2012 and she is now based in Cambodia.

Vanessa

Program Manager

This is Vanessa. Vanessa is originally from the UK and joined GVI back in 2017, when she was completing an Education program in India. Since this volunteering expedition she has worked more closely with GVI and is now the Program Manager at our base in Phang Nga, Thailand.

POZNAJ ZESPÓŁ - In-Country Staff

Ali

Elephant Science Coordinator

Meet Ali, one of our Field Staff in Chiang Mai who is originally from Dublin. Before coming to Thailand Ali has lived and worked all over the world including: California, Texas, Madagascar as well has her come country of Ireland!

Amelia Hart

Community Coordinator

Say hey to Amelia! She is from Hastings in the UK, and is our Community Coordinator in Phang Nga, Thailand. Like a lot of our staff Amelia began as a volunteer with GVI. She interned on a TEFL program for six months, before becoming a member of the Field Staff. Amelia is really excited to see how she can continue to help improve the program.


Charlotte

Field Staff

This is Charlotte! She is one of our Field Staff here in Chiang Mai, starting her work back in October 2018. Charlotte is from England and has had her fair share of volunteer experience. This includes volunteering in both Ecuador and Madagascar. She also has a Bachelors in Zoology with Conservation. A fun fact about Charlotte is she has a very large collection of Monsters Inc merchandise!

Dee

Community Liaison

Meet Dee! Dee is from Thailand and has been with GVI for a year now. His family looks after six elephants and he has been a Mahout for 17 years. He helps to take care of the elephants that are in the care of his family.

Don

Community Liaison

This is Suwan, also known as Don! He is has been working with GVI for three months now. Don is a Mahout in Chiang Mai and so he plays a very important role in the day to day care of the elephants. Further Don loves the forest that he is surrounded by everyday!

Gay

Community Liaison

Introducing Gay, who is our Community Liaison out in Phang Nga. Gay studied Business Management as a Master Degree before working with tefl interns and now with GVI!



Luis

Conservation Coordinator

This is Luis! Luis has a Masters in Conservation and Biodiversity and is a Conservation Coordinator here in Phang Nga. He has also been in similar roles while traveling all around the world.



Myles

Assistant Base Manager

Introducing you to Myles, also referred to as Coach. Coach is from Brooklyn, New York and has been the Assistant Base Manager for over a year now. Other experience includes working with cobras in Thailand, monkeys in Zanzibar and crocodiles in Florida. On top all this, Myle has 127 dreadlocks!

Olly

Field Staff

This is Olly, who is one of our Field Staff at GVI Chiang Mai. Olly joined the the team in February 2017 and has had a lot of travel experience. He has previously interned for six months in Equator and has also worked with Komodo dragons in Chester Zoo. Further he has been one of our Field Staff in Mexico and has volunteered in Australia's zoo! A fun fact about Olly is that he has changed a monkeys diaper, what an experience!

Toby Craze

Field Staff
Meet Toby, who is originally from Cornwall in the UK. Toby came to GVI Chiang Mai, Thailand, in September of 2018 as an intern, fresh out of university. He has since become one of our Field Staff. Fun fact, once upon a time Toby was urinated on by a lion!

Tom Mitchell

Field Staff
This is Tom! He is one of our Field Staff at GVI’s base in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Tom is from the UK and began his time with GVI four months ago as an intern. Before his arrival in the jungles of Chiang Mai, Tom had no experience within conservation. In fact Tom had never been outside the UK. Quite the jump, to say the least!

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