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COVID19: We’ve got you covered

Posted by: GoEco Staff
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It goes without saying, the well-being and safety of our volunteers, students and interns is our top priority. We understand the current coronavirus status raises some concerns. We’re here to help:

The steps we take to ensure safety:

We are closely monitoring the situation with the World Health Organization and are following the instructions of the official health authorities where our projects are located. All local staff are taking thorough hygiene precautions and educating volunteers as well as the community on these matters.

What volunteer programs are currently open?

Please click on the following link to see the list of programs that are currently accepting volunteers, under strict local health and safety guidlines.

List of volunteer programs that are currently open
We foresee that as other countries follow suit by opening their borders, similar policies will be implemented on our programs to ensure all projects will be able to safely re-introduce volunteers again in the future. 
The vast majority of GoEco volunteers are continuing with their travel plans as countries open their borders, so they can make a positive impact on our programs, which really need their support. We will, of course, update you as the situation develops.

Changes in your travel plans? We guarantee flexibility. 

It is important for GoEco that all our volunteers feel comfortable and safe to travel. So, if you feel that you need to change your travel plans for any reason we can help you reschedule your trip for free, provided we have at least 31 days notice. 
GoEco guarantees you the flexibility to reschedule your trip anytime within 18 months of your original start date. 
Alternatively, we will be happy to help you to find another GoEco program worldwide. GoEco is a global organization supporting over 40 countries with more than 150 volunteer projects.

Travel Advice

As we live in dynamic times it is important to be up to date with what is going on. You can find travel updates on the CDC or IATA websites regarding travel restrictions before departure and booking flights.
Prior to departure, please contact the local embassy for the country you will be visiting to find out if there are any important updates that you should be aware of.
All our volunteers are required to purchase Travel Health Insurance and should also consider adding Travel Cancellation Insurance. Click here for more information.

On a personal note

In these times of uncertainty, we appreciate your willingness to continue to get involved and make a positive impact abroad. Our programs rely on volunteer support and we are all looking forward to the future when travel will be safe again to continue making a difference around the globe!  

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