Camps International
Why we don’t teach in schools, work in orphanages, or hug orangutans

Why we don’t teach in schools, work in orphanages, or hug orangutans: The pitfalls of some ‘voluntourism’ and how we ensure our impact is positive. Since Camps International was established in 2002, we have strived to make the world a better place for those living in poverty around the world. Our community projects have supported more than 100,000 people, helping them to improve their living standards and become more self-sufficient. On the face of it, heading out to developing countries...

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Reported by on 11th October 2018

Cambodia Calling

Cambodia Calling

Our Expedition Co-Ordinator Tim, has been a bit of a busy bee recently. He headed off to Cambodia with a group of students from Sydney and had an awesome time. Have a read about his travels... The past couple of weeks have seen me break out of my Sydney northern beaches bubble and join fellow beaches residents, Team In Dree on their 2018 Cambodia expedition. Now in its second year for the school, the expedition was once again hugely popular, with...

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Reported by on 09th October 2018

Buzzing On Borneo

Buzzing On Borneo

Our very own Tim headed over to our camps in Borneo for a quick trip recently - and he got a lot done in 6 days!! Have a read about his time in our camps, and to get yourself excited about your own expedition! This week I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to head out to Borneo and see some of our projects first hand and meet some of the amazing people that make it all happen. In...

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