Australian Business Volunteers
Australian Business Volunteering (ABV) contributes to poverty reduction, sustainable development and good governance by providing Australian expert volunteers who, through sharing their skills and experience, assist businesses and organisations in developing countries to grow and thrive. They focus on people in South East Asia and the Pacific. These aims are to help reduce poverty and create sustainable development. Promoting good governance is also an important goal of the aid program.
Many micro, small and medium sized businesses, community groups, non-government organisations, and government agencies in developing countries need all kinds of practical advice and training but cannot afford to pay for professional consultants. ABV ask them to provide accommodation, food and a modest allowance for volunteers. ABV volunteers are mostly retired or self-employed people who freely give their time and assistance. They are tradespeople, professionals and business people, both men and women, who draw upon many years of experience in their fields.
If you would like to use your skills, have some fun and travel - volunteer for Australian Business Volunteers.
Phone Number: 02 6285 1686
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org