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Where you could go

ICS has projects in some of the poorest communities around the world.

Here you can read about the countries we work in, the type of projects we deliver there and our partners who deliver them. We recommend being open minded, as we can't guarantee you your first choice. But wherever you go, our team will place you on a project that can impact your life and the lives of the people in the community you work in for the better.


Support work to improve the quality of life for young people living in Bangladesh.

Burkina Faso

Advocate for the rights of the country's most marginalised.


Work on projects supporting Cambodia's young people get a good education and earn a decent living.


Volunteer on projects supporting Ethiopia's growing youth population into employment


Projects in Ghana support young people and women to earn a decent living as well as working to ensure vulnerable children have access to school.


Projects in India support youth development, health, gender, education, and access to basic rights like water and livelihoods.


Work to help secure the rights of vulnerable groups or help build sustainable businesses that enable women and young people to earn a living.


Raise awareness of health issues and help provide information needed for people to live safe and healthy lives.


Volunteers in Nepal work on a number of projects supporting health, employment and education initiatives.


Projects in Nicaragua increase access to water - improving hygiene and sanitation as well as supporting local entrepreneurs build sustainable businesses.


Volunteers create safe spaces for children to learn, as well as supporting farmers and young people with employment.


Improve income opportunities for young people, focussing on communities who have been affected by Senegal’s turbulent past.

Sierra Leone

Work to improve the livelihoods of the poorest communities living in Sierra Leone's slums.

South Africa

Volunteers support vital projects raising awareness of HIV and AIDS and other health issues. Projects also support work to increase employability and business skills.


Volunteers support a number of projects promoting employment, health and access to water and sanitation.


Projects focus on health and education, with volunteers working with young people in schools, prisons, apprentice centres and YMCA local unions


Projects focus on supporting sexual health initiative or improving business skills for local entrepreneurs.


In Zambia volunteers support vital work tackling HIV or work with small businesses to help people earn a decent living.


Work to support young people on issues affecting health and wellbeing.