A volunteer in Germany translates documents for an organization serving youth in Africa.
A man in Nigeria writes articles and a case study for an organization in the U.S. addressing poverty in West Africa.
A woman in the United Kingdom concerned about children and poverty creates a web site for an organization in Sri Lanka.
These are just three of thousands of NetAid Online Volunteers sharing their time and expertise to help organizations that address issues and conditions in the developing world. These volunteers help without having to leave their homes. They volunteer on weekends, in the evenings, on their lunch break, or whenever their schedules permit. They volunteer from home computers, work computers, or computers in public access centers.
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