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Uniterra Volunteers

Cooperate with Uniterra and work in partnership with various organizations, both in developing countries and in Canada. TVolunteers share their experiences with their community, encourage international solidarity, and help shape policies towards meeting the Millennium Development Goals.

With Uniterra, you can volunteer for a posting of two weeks to two years, depending on the needs of local cooperation initiatives. Canadian volunteers for Uniterra must be Canadian citizens or have landed immigrant status . Uniterra also offers the possibility for local resources from different program countries to participate in the initiatives and cooperation projects of partner organizations. These volunteers ensure long term follow-up and the maintenance of knowledge and skills acquired via the Uniterra Program.