Volunteer Abroad: Articles, Programs, Blogs, Travel Resources

Verge’s From the Field bloggers reveal their top tricks for travelling for free or cheap.
Purchasing a one-way ticket seemed romantic, until it turned into disaster.
Do overseas NGOs really want international volunteers? Absolutely, according to new research by Dr. Erin Barnhart.
The UN calls insects a sustainable food source. Trina calls them a delicious treat.
Living without modern-day distractions in the jungles of Thailand.
Trina contemplates the Rwandan side of the border; taxis, borders and brioche.
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