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Australian Volunteers for International Development - roles

Help improve living standards in WATSAN and Trades in the Pacific and Tanzania - WASH Project Manager in Tanzania; Water Operations & Maintenance Tech in Marshall Islands; Sanitation Engineer in Kiribati (Pacific)
Australian Volunteers for International Development - roles

General Manager, Hirobo Obeketang, standing outside Majuro Water and Sewer Company. Photo- AVI

Sanitation Engineer in Kiribati

The Ministry of Public Works and Utilities is currently undertaking a program to upgrade the water supply services and on-site sanitation for local communities.

WASH Project Manager – Field Based, Ifakara in rural Tanzania

MSABI is from Kiswahili: “safe water for better health Ifakara”.  The Project Manager will work alongside and with staff and the community to improve access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene. Isolated but near national parks.

Water Operations & Maintenance Tech in Marshall Islands

Hands-on role.  Train staff in the operation and maintenance of water systems to reduce shutdowns of the system.

What do volunteers do and what do they need to pay for?

  • Volunteers live, work and learn alongside their local colleagues in these & other assignments
  • AVI, an Australian non-profit volunteer organisation, puts volunteers and host organisations together
  • The Australian Government gives funds to cover airfares, visas, insurance, housing and a living allowance

Closing date 6th September. 

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