WORLD HERITAGE VOLUNTEERS
WANT TO KNOW MORE ABOUT OUR WHV CAMPS? Click on the following links:
- Tsavo National Parks & Chyulu Hills Complex WHV Camp (July 2018)
- Kakamega Rainforest & Isukuti Dance (August 2018)
“World Heritage Volunteers (WHC) is an initiative to raise awareness among young people of the importance of World Heritage conservation, and give them concrete skills by working on a project through an action camp at a World Heritage site.” (World Heritage Centre, 2017)
The World Heritage Volunteer represents the value of International Voluntary Service through an ambitious and unique volunteering program. Volunteers are able to work on a cultural site, classified by UNESCO in regard of its “outstanding universal value”.
KVSO is carrying out two WHV camps this summer: the Tsavo National Parks & Chyulu Hills Complex camp (July) and the Kakamega rainforest & Isukuti Dance (August).
For more information about the projects, please download the UNESCO projects description:
WANT TO JOIN?
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will inform you about the application procedure.