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Featured Child Care Experiences
South Africa, Swaziland & Mozambique
The Kruger to Cape Volunteer Adventure offers you the best of southern Africa's wildlife, culture, beaches, scenery and volunteering. Safari in Kruger Park, volunteer on social projects in Swaziland and Cape Town and tour the coast of Mozambique.
South Africa, Swaziland, and Mozambique
Explore Kruger Park, volunteer on a community project in Swaziland and snorkel with whale sharks in Mozambique. This volunteer travel combination experience offers the best of southern Africa in a neat 4 or 6 week package.
South Africa
This expedition will take you from Hout Bay, where you will volunteer to help care for underprivileged children in Cape Town, to the stunning Garden Route, where you will have the opportunity to see Africa's amazing wildlife.
South Africa and Swaziland
Explore Kruger Park and volunteer on a community project in Swaziland.
Kruger to Coast 4-6wks

The mixture of the wildlife experience, the volunteer work and the holiday in Mozambique was really good. If you travel for 4 weeks with a group you get close to the people which makes it even more fun. Also the staff from All Out and at Lidwala did a really good job.

Simone Moschner
(02/05/2011)
 
Nokuthula Sibandze
Foundation Coordinator

Nokuthula has worked for All Out Africa since 2008. Based at our Swaziland office, she is originally from Mahlanya, Swaziland. She oversees the All Out Africa Foundation and manages funds for our projects in Swaziland, Botswana, South Africa and Mozambique. She is also the head of our Sponsorship Programme in Swaziland. Nokuthula is inspired by her love for children and helping local communities. She loves Swaziland for its vibrant culture, low crime rate and because it's an easy-going nation.

 
Coaching for Conservation
Botswana

All out Africa volunteers Kayla and Nick had the opportunity to experience the wilderness during their training period

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