Dallas, TX (PRWEB) June 24, 2008
"IFRE Volunteers, the leading volunteer abroad services provider has made public its desire to increase its presence in Peru. The South American destination is one of the providers most popular destination. With TEFL and cultural volunteering programs topping the list of popular products. With political turmoil in Nepal the Institute for Field Research, IFRE Volunteers, has sent one of its program managers to assess the security situation."
IFRE Volunteers has entered in talks with several Peruvian non profit cultural organizations to set the stage for an expansion in the number of programs it offers its clients. The programs are mainly targeting restoration efforts around the Cusco, Urubamba, Lima, and Junin. "The Andean Conservation is a conservation/cultural program. Candidates who volunteer in Peru have the chance to live in native communities with families, volunteers learn about their traditions and help in the farms in agriculture, construction, with the animals etc." Volunteers have the chance to help very poor communities and help them preserve their customs.
Amid political instability in Nepal and deposition of King Guyanendra after 239 years of monarchy ruling, IFRE volunteers management raised security concerns and dispatched one of its managers to assess risk. All indications seem to point at a peaceful transition and an exercise of the democratic process unfolding itself. The non profit organization does not have any party or political affiliation nor have no position on the present event other than its concern for the safety of its volunteers.
About Institute of Field Research Expeditions:
Founded in 2005, the Institute of Field Research Expeditions is a non profit organization dedicated to placing volunteers abroad and other overseas destinations. Visit Ifre to learn more about volunteer in Nepal and Nepal programs visit them online.