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In-country volunteers

Every ICS team is made up of volunteers from the UK and volunteers from the country where the project is running.

In-country volunteers bring new ideas, energy and understanding to the team – helping it to be more effective.

Most in-country volunteers will have a counterpart from the UK who they will work closely with. This includes Team Leaders.

Mazo Juma demonstrating how to use a tippy tap in Endagikot school built by the Raleigh ICS volunteers, Tanzania
© Andrew Aitchison
Mazo Juma demonstrating how to use a tippy tap in Endagikot school built by the Raleigh ICS volunteers, Tanzania

Applying

Volunteers from outside the UK need to apply via the in-country volunteer website

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Funded by the UK Government.

ICS is funded by the UK's Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO), which projects the UK as a force for good in the world, including reducing poverty and tackling global challenges.

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