Ghana Wildlife Volunteers

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Program Description

OGVO is asking for volunteers to assist with a unique opportunity to work in animal care and wildlife and environmental conservation projects. Conservation Project volunteers will have the option to work on a wide range of initiatives including Mole National Park at Mole, zoo work in Kumasi, monkey sanctuary work at Boabeng Fiema, and other options. This is a great volunteer option for all people who are interested in animals and want to make a difference in environmental conservation.

Boabeng Fiema Monkey Sanctuary Volunteer Responsibilities
Around 600 brown Mona Monkeys can be found 22km north of Nkoranza at the Boabeng Fiema Monkey Sanctuary. This sanctuary also has around 250 black and white Geoffrey’s Pied Columbus Monkeys. Local belief systems prevent those who would harm monkeys and this is the only sanctuary in the area where both species can be seen in such large numbers. Many tree species, birds, and butterflies can also be found. As a volunteer, your responsibilities include teaching visitors about the fauna and flora of the local area as well as the monkey, leading informative tours, and administrative duties.


Volunteer placement at zoo or monkey sanctuary in Ghana
Taking care of animals or performing tours
Opportunity to do your research at the monkey sanctuary
Learning about a wide variety of amazing animals


Volunteers must be 17 years or older at the beginning of the program.
No prior experience is necessary, however you must have be adaptable to a tropical environment, be in excellent health, and willing to help in the conservation initiatives.

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What`s Included

1. Airport pick-up from Accra International Airport & transfer of volunteers or interns to project site
2. Local meals three times a day
3. Introduction to host family and program
4. Accommodation
5. Placement and supervision in program
6. 24/7 Hotline for support
7. In-country introduction/orientation
8. Regular Culture/Recreational Activities (Personal spending not included)

Program Locations

Kumasi, Ghana

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Program Details

Our Generation Voluntary Organisation
  • Ghana: Kumasi
Fall, Spring, Summer, Throughout the year, Winter
Program Duration:
1-2 weeks, 1-3 months, 2-4 weeks, 3-6 months, 6-12 months
American, Asian, Australian, Canadian, European, Kiwi, South African, Worldwide
From USD $250 per week to USD $2320 for 24 weeks
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