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Apply here for voluntary work at AAP Animal Advocacy and Protection.
Voluntary work takes up an important place at AAP Rescue Centre for Exotic Animals. And we are proud of that! Most volunteers work in the field of Animal Care. Their effort is invaluable. Volunteering at an animal care department is possible at AAP Almere (The Netherlands) and AAP Primadomus (Spain). Would you, as a volunteer, like to contribute in reaching the objectives of AAP, please respond to one of the vacancies below or send an unsolicited application.
AAP is looking for volunteers in Animal care and Facility Services
AAP is continuously looking for volunteers in Animal Care in Almere and Primadomus, Maintenance, Greening and the Central Kitchen! All other vacancies are listed under 'Vacancies'. Interested? Apply through the procedure mentioned below. Note that we can only take in volunteers from within the EU.
Below you can see our other vacancies. For more information about the vacancies, contact us.
At the moment there are no vacancies.
Voluntary work and internships in Malawi
AAP has many national and international partners, among which Lilongwe Wildlife Centre in Malawi. Various animals that AAP has rescued, found a new home in Lilongwe. Lilongwe Wildlife Centre is Malawi’s only sanctuary for injured and orphaned wild animals. As the world’s only ‘People and Wildlife’ centre extensive education and community outreach programmes are also run to promote conservation. Volunteers are crucial in supporting their work in animal care, vet assistance, primate release, education, community outreach, marketing and/or construction. Placements are available from 2 weeks (£850) to 3 months (£2695) including all food, accommodation, work related transport and airport transfers (excluding flights).
And if you can’t make it to Malawi...there is also lots you can do to help as a ‘virtual volunteer’.
One of the volunteers made this nice video about working at Lilongwe Wildlife Centre: