The TSCWA welcomes assistance from foreign volunteers. Important to our projects are veterinarians, zoologists and biologists.
Volunteers with a veterinary background are likely to assist with both wild animals and stray dogs. Biologists and zoologists will likely do fieldwork towards wildlife conservation and/or behavioural studies.
Volunteers must have some related experience and by early 2008 the TSCWA has been assisted by more than 150 foreign volunteers from 15 countries, each staying for an average of 3 months.
Volunteers should be prepared to pay for their own transport to Bangkok, personal hygiene, food, and visa costs. The TSCWA supplies pleasant western-style living facilities and assists with local transport as well as the medicines, tools, and equipment needed to undertake the various activities.
Please contact us if you are interested in assisting as a TSCWA volunteer, tell us a bit about yourself, and give a timeframe that would suit you.
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