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Volunteering in Tuvalu

UNDP’s Response to Cyclone Pam - Tuvalu. One month after Cyclone Pam. Tuvalu comprises 3 reef islands and 6 atolls. Photo Credit: Silke von Brockhausen/UNDP (cc by-nc-nd 2.0)

UNDP’s Response to Cyclone Pam - Tuvalu. One month after Cyclone Pam. Tuvalu comprises 3 reef islands and 6 atolls. Photo Credit: Silke von Brockhausen/UNDP (cc by-nc-nd 2.0)

If you are a Taiwanese citizen hoping to participate in volunteer projects in Tuvalu, stay tuned to the dedicated volunteer section for the TaiwanICDF website. The TaiwanICDF launches numerous volunteer programs every year (including their ever popular “Overseas Services Team” project), which provide various opportunities to serve in Tuvalu!

UNDP’s Response to Cyclone Pam - Tuvalu. The primary school in Nui island was flooded after Cyclone Pam caused a wave surge but was reopened two weeks after. Photo Credit: Silke von Brockhausen/UNDP (cc by-nc-nd 2.0)

UNDP’s Response to Cyclone Pam - Tuvalu. The primary school in Nui island was flooded after Cyclone Pam caused a wave surge but was reopened two weeks after. Photo Credit: Silke von Brockhausen/UNDP (cc by-nc-nd 2.0)












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UNDP’s Response to Cyclone Pam - Tuvalu. One month after Cyclone Pam. Tuvalu comprises 3 reef islands and 6 atolls. Photo Credit: Silke von Brockhausen/UNDP (cc by-nc-nd 2.0)

UNDP’s Response to Cyclone Pam - Tuvalu. One month after Cyclone Pam. Tuvalu comprises 3 reef islands and 6 atolls. Photo Credit: Silke von Brockhausen/UNDP (cc by-nc-nd 2.0)

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UNDP’s Response to Cyclone Pam - Tuvalu. The primary school in Nui island was flooded after Cyclone Pam caused a wave surge but was reopened two weeks after. Photo Credit: Silke von Brockhausen/UNDP (cc by-nc-nd 2.0)

UNDP’s Response to Cyclone Pam - Tuvalu. The primary school in Nui island was flooded after Cyclone Pam caused a wave surge but was reopened two weeks after. Photo Credit: Silke von Brockhausen/UNDP (cc by-nc-nd 2.0)