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Volunteer for Sustainable Farming Program

Empowering interested farmers
Agronomists Volunteering Work

As an agronomist, your responsibilities would include training farmers who are organized into champion groups and conducting soil analyses to determine the most suitable crops for specific areas. The main outcomes would be improved food security and farming skills, increased crop yields, enhanced sustainability, and the generation of profits.

Hydrogeologists Volunteering Opportunity

As a hydrogeologist, you would collect aquifer data, evaluate groundwater levels and quality, determine groundwater flow direction and rate, and study groundwater movement in different formations. These lead to outcomes such as improved accuracy in drilling site identification, sustainable groundwater management, remediation of contamination sources, and better decision-making for water resource management policies.

Feasibilty study for agronomists

As an agronomist, conducting a feasibility study for sustainable farming involves several activities such as site analysis, soil analysis, crop selection, irrigation planning, pest and nutrient management, cost-benefit analysis, and monitoring and evaluation planning. These activities aim to identify suitable crops, design sustainable irrigation systems, optimize nutrient use efficiency, minimize pesticide use, and ensure financial viability.

Onsite volunteering for water plumbers

Water plumbers perform various tasks on tanks and farms, including installation, maintenance, and repair of water tanks and plumbing systems, as well as installation of irrigation systems. The outcomes of this work include properly stored water, efficient water distribution, reduced waste, cost savings, and increased crop yields.

Onsite volunteering for welders

As a welder involved in the installation of water tanks, your main responsibility is to ensure that the water tank stands are properly installed. This may include cutting and welding water tank stands that are as high as 6 meters. The expected outcomes include safe and stable water tank stands, efficient water storage and distribution, and long-lasting installations.

Remote volunteering

Remote volunteering for sustainable farming enables you to make a positive impact on the environment and support local communities from home. You can contribute by managing social media, writing grants, fundraising, or representing Civicom Aid as a country representative.


Volunteer for Maternal-Child Health Program

Onsite volunteer for medics

Medics who volunteer as women birth companions can provide education, emotional support, prenatal and postpartum care, hospital referrals, and mobilize women into birth companion groups. This can lead to improved maternal and newborn health, increased access to healthcare, better emotional well-being, reduced incidence of mosquito-borne illnesses, and lower rates of maternal and child mortality.

Volunteer to distribute mosquito nets

Volunteers and trained birth companions work together to distribute mosquito nets in areas with high malaria prevalence, promoting a decrease in the incidence of malaria and placental malaria, improved health outcomes, increased usage of nets, and lower rates of mother and child mortality.

Volunteer for Birth Attendants Workshop

Volunteers at maternal-child health workshops arrange participants, register them, distribute health manuals, facilitate discussions, collect feedback, and promote the workshop. Positive outcomes include better access to health information, increased engagement, enhanced learning, improved family planning, more attendees, and reduced mortality rates.

Volunteer for Inclusive Education Program

Kyani Primary School

Volunteer with a 22-year-old school without classrooms or toilets. Teach under trees, fundraise, provide masonry, or serve as a social worker, painter, roofer, or carpenter. Ensure continued education without classrooms, fundraise for construction, or address social-emotional needs.

Leen Special School

Consider volunteering as a sign language teacher, physical therapist, skilled tradesperson (mason, plumber, or carpenter), social worker, or fundraiser. Volunteering can bridge communication gaps, create an inclusive community, and empower those in need.

Support Children In Need

Volunteers aim to bring out-of-school children back to school or work with youth centers. Outcomes include increased school enrollment, enhanced employability, community engagement, and improved education access.

School Water Points

Volunteers can help provide clean drinking water in schools, promoting good health and hygiene, meeting Sustainable Development Goal 6, and reducing water-borne diseases. This includes hydrogeologists, water plumbers, and welders. 

The Bangla Youth Hub


Volunteer for Home Biogas program

Volunteer as biogas plant builder

Volunteering as biogas plant builders involve building 500 biogas plants, training local youths to maintain them, and educating pastoralists about biogas benefits. It’s an excellent way to combat climate change, create jobs, conserve environment, and improve women health.

Volunteer as biogas plant designer

Volunteering as a biogas plant designer involves creating a universal biodigester plant design for builders in pastoral communities, by specifying dimensions, shape, and slurry and gas volumes. The aim is to replace traditional fuels, combat climate change, and reduce health hazards of wood fuels for women.

Volunteer as environmental educator

The volunteers conduct workshops that aim to inspire pastoralists to produce and use clean energy as an alternative to wood fuels, protect the environment, conserve indigenous trees, and mitigate climate change. The goal of these workshops is to encourage positive behavioral changes and raise awareness of environmental issues.

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