Planning Your Internship With Confidence
Travel has been hugely impacted by COVID-19, and our internships in Africa are no exception. But we’ve adjusted our booking policies so it’s risk-free to book, and easier to change your travel plans, should this be necessary. We’ve also added more online internships – they allow you to do an internship with an African nonprofit, but from the comfort of your own home.
Reopening our Internships in Africa
We’re pleased to say that a number of countries we work in have opened their borders for international travel; Malawi, Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania, and Zambia. South Africa will re-open their borders on 1 October 2020. We’re keeping a close eye on the situations in all the countries we offer internships in, and we will be happy to advise you if you have any questions or concerns.
Flexible Booking Conditions
We understand it’s an uncertain time to plan any trip, so we offer flexible booking conditions;
- We’ve lowered the deposit for bookings to USD 200.
- Should COVID-19 restrictions make it impossible for you to travel at the start of your internship, you’ll be able to postpone your internship for any amount of time, at no extra cost. (This applies if borders are closed or if circumstances around the pandemic make it impossible to travel.)