The Republic of Botswana boasts to be one of the fast paced developing countries in South Africa since its independence in 1966. Botswana is blessed with awe inspiring vistas of colossal natural beauty, with beyond belief collection of wild life. From the glorious Okawango Delta and flourishing riverside landscape of Chobe, to the austere rugged beauty of Tuli and the salt pans of Makgadikgadi, Botswana captures the visitor’s heart, mind and soul. Some of the most popular destinations include tourist spots like Okavango Delta, Moremi Game Reserve, Tsodilo Hills, Gowihaba Caves, Chobe National Park, The Kgalagadi, Makgadikgadi Pans Game Reserve, Nxai Pan National Park, Central Kalahari Game Reserve, Khutse Game Reserve, The Kgalagadi Trans Frontier Park, and Ghanzi, Khama Rhino Sanctuary, Northern Tuli Game Reserve, Old Palapye, Tswapong Hills, Selebi – Phikwe Francistown and Gaborone.
GWC understands the need of the poor in Botswana, despite it heading towards development, the poverty, Scarcity and poor management of water resources; need for psychological counseling in education and the Pandemic like HIV/AIDS has long been ignored. After thorough research conducted in partnership with local communities, GWC has developed some very interesting learnable and helpful working projects for the young people. Considering this GWC has joined hands with local partners to enhance and pave way for fruitful benefits with its lasting sustainable efforts. The GWC volunteers will get opportunities to interact with International volunteers working towards the mobilization of the poor. The focus would be on to improve the lives of poor people in the country. Uneven disparity in level of income, lack of education, prevailing lack of awareness, Discrimination and sexual violence, Gender inequality, Family instability, Scarcity of water resources, drought and desertification are some of the major challenges that needs special attention.
Globalworkcamps arranges helpful, useful and learnable work camping projects in this beautiful but developing country for those who want to help the poor and communities and individuals. The work camps organized by GWC offers a wild rich, everlasting and learning experience of working holiday in Botswana. GWC believes in the young force that can hold the beacon of positive change in the lives of rural communities. It is important to move with the local communities and be one among them to make them believe in the power of change. The camps are designed with comfortable itineraries for short duration of two weeks combining both charity and fun activity. Come join hands with GWC and together let us bring smiles on the faces of needy poor people while you explore the natural and wild beauty of the land!
Code, Date, Location & Type of Project:
|Code Of Camps||Start / End Date||Camp Location||Nature Of The Project||Total||Available||Status|
|GWC-BW-1001||10 Jan – 22 Jan||Save Our Soul (SOS) Tlokweng village||Education and Counseling||10||10||Open|
|GWC-BW-1002||10 Jan – 22 Jan||Khama Rhino Sanctuary||Environment & Conservation||10||10||Open|
|GWC-BW-1003||17 Jan – 29 Jan||Mokolodi Nature Reserve||Environment & Conservation||10||10||Open|
|GWC-BW-1004||7 Feb – 19 Feb||Save Our Soul (SOS) Tlokweng village||Education and Counseling||10||10||Open|
|GWC-BW-1005||14 Feb – 26 Feb||Tachila Nature Reserve-Francistown||Wildlife Conservation & Awareness||10||10||Open|
|GWC-BW-1006||16 May – 28 May||Tshidilo Rehabilitation Centre (SEROWE)||Education and Counseling||10||10||Open|
|GWC-BW-1007||23 May – 4 Jun||Mokolodi Nature Reserve||Environment & Conservation||10||10||Open|
|GWC-BW-1008||6 Jun – 18 Jun||Camphill Community Trust||Education and Counseling||10||10||Open|
|GWC-BW-1009||6 Jun – 18 Jun||Maun Educational Park||Environment & Conservation||10||10||Open|
|GWC-BW-1010||20 Jun – 2 Jul||Motswedi Rehabilitation Centre||Education and Counseling||10||10||Open|
|GWC-BW-1011||20 Jun – 2 Jul||Khama Rhino Sanctuary||Environment & Conservation||10||10||Open|
|GWC-BW-1012||27 Jun – 9 Jul||Mokolodi Nature Reserve||Environment & Conservation||10||10||Open|
|GWC-BW-1013||4 Jul – 16 Jul||Tachila Nature Reserve-Francistown||Wildlife Conservation & Awareness||10||10||Open|
|GWC-BW-1014||4 Jul – 16 Jul||Tshidilo Rehabilitation Centre (SEROWE)||Education and Counseling||10||10||Open|
|GWC-BW-1015||11 Jul – 23 Jul||Khama Rhino Sanctuary||Environment & Conservation||10||10||Open|
|GWC-BW-1016||18 Jul – 30 Jul||Save Our Soul (SOS) Tlokweng village||Education and Counseling||10||10||Open|
|GWC-BW-1017||5 Sep – 17 Sep||Khama Rhino Sanctuary||Environment & Conservation||10||10||Open|
|GWC-BW-1018||5 Sep – 17 Sep||Mokolodi Nature Reserve||Environment & Conservation||10||10||Open|
|GWC-BW-1019||5 Dec – 17 Dec||Save Our Soul (SOS) Tlokweng village||Education and Counseling||10||10||Open|
|GWC-BW-1020||7 Dec – 22 Dec||Khama Rhino Sanctuary||Environment & Conservation||10||10||Open|
Special Note: Please note that if in case, your project is overbooked, or if we don’t have any spare or extra space in a particular workcamp project in which you are interested. You can make a request before the workcamp project starts, GWC will contact to our In-country coordinator to find a solution and try to make adjustments in order to give you a space in that very project, however, GWC will charge extra fees for this kind of arrangement.