IFRE, the Institute for Field Research Expeditions announces early bird rewards of up to $100 for its volunteers. This offer makes IFREs program fee even more affordable and also makes it possible for many college students and other enthusiastic volunteers to participate in the forums grass-roots global programs.
As a non profit organization, Institute for Field Research Expeditions, IFRE conducts and supports authentic field research programs on poverty, ecology, environment, wildlife, disease and other areas affecting global communities. IFRE also organizes affordable and high quality humanitarian programs that welcome volunteers who are willing to put in a stint abroad. The forum supports local grass-root organizations and contributes in the fight against global problems including poverty, education, disease (Malaria, HIV/AIDS and Tuberculosis) and other issues that affect global communities.
In order to avail of the Early Bird Reward, applications are required to be submitted along with a non refundable deposit before December 31st, 2008. There are three options to choose from- one can apply through 31st October and save as much as $100, apply in the month of November 2008 and avail of a $75 discount and apply during December 2008 and save $50. Thus one accomplishes not only ones dream of being a world humanitarian but also ends up saving costs by being an early bird. A discount of $100 is extended to those who book their spots early for 2009 or 2010.
In its brief 3 year history, IFRE has sent 226 volunteers abroad in 2006 and has a good number of volunteers lined up for travel through the spring of 2008. Dr Murali A, principal member of the Client-Care Team at IFRE Volunteers enthusiastically observes, We at IFRE also seek sustainable solutions in the fields of education, healthcare, conservation efforts and development issues through international volunteering.
IFRE was started in 2005 after realizing the need for volunteers help in developing countries. Affordability and quality are two core components of IFREs volunteer abroad programs. Before starting our programs, we had visited many developing countries where we developed many relationships with local orphanages, schools, NGO, governments and local people. Presently, IFRE runs its volunteer program in Nepal, India, Sri Lanka, China, Thailand, Peru, Costa Rica, Ghana, Kenya, South Africa and Tanzania. We are in the process of expanding our program to many other developing countries where the help of volunteers is greatly needed.
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