Volunteer with WWF South Pacific in Fiji

Baby Pandas at the top of Mount Korobaba
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The experience, opportunities and friendships made have inspired me to do more for nature!!!

Andra Whiteside - Volunteer Network President

Volunteers play an important role in meeting capacity needs of the conservation program and they have superbly risen to the occassion, they are invaluable!

Unaisi Malani - Sustainable Livelihoods Officer


Volunteer Programme

WWF-Pacific is proud to have a vibrant and growing group of more than 50 volunteers led by an Executive Committee.

Volunteering with us allows you to work with conservation professionals on a large variety of projects, from field work, opinion polls to fundraising, and gain an insight into how large NGOs operate.

In return, volunteers enable our office to carry out projects that we would like to conduct but which require manpower beyond our budget, and might otherwise have been shelved.

For example our volunteers helped:

• Conduct a socio-economic survey of Gau Island
• Development of an AusAID funded climate change adaptation plan
• Organise and host a Kung Fu Panda 2 movie premier fundraiser
• Engage the public with WWF's work at Suva Agricultural Show
• Humpback whale assessment in Levuka.
• Formulation of district development plans for WWF-Pacific communities
• National Mangrove Awareness Campaign
• Earth Hour
• Natural Resource Management Strategy Development (Macuata, Lomaiviti Provinces)

So when you volunteer, you have a chance to give back to Mother Nature, as well as develop your skills, experience and employability!


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Volunteers @ a recent trip to the Sigatoka Sand Dunes
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