World Youth International is one of Australia's leading not-for-profit international development organisations and has facilitated a range of exciting volunteer opportunities for thousands of Australians of all ages in Kenya, Nepal and Peru, working in some of the world's most vulnerable communities for more than 27 years.
World Youth International would like to pass on our condolences to the families who have lost loved ones during the recent earthquake in Nepal and we pray that there is no further destruction to the country we love so dearly.
WYI has launched a Nepal relief fund and we need your support. Please Donate Now and help us to rebuild vital infrastructure projects in many devastated regions of Nepal.
Alternatively, why don't you consider joining our Nurses in Action (for allied health professionals) and help us deliver vital medical services to communities in need. This 30 day program will allow you to connect with the local people while providing invaluable health services in Pokhara and remote mountain villages.
If you're aged 18-30 and you would like to help WYI rebuild vital infrastructure facilities, please join our Overseas Action Program (OAP) and help us connect with remote communities in the Nepalese highlands. Our key focus will be to help rebuild their schools, orphanages and other vital children's services.
Founded by the late Robert Hoey in 1988, WYI is a proudly non-religious and non-political organisation. At the very heart of its work is a commitment to community-led, sustainable development projects.
Don't hesitate to call our office on (08) 8340 1266 and talk to one of our friendly staff members if you have any questions about World Youth International as an organisation or the programs offered.