"The Student Volunteer Program (TSVP) is a Toronto-based sustainable development organization that participates in rehabilitation and redevelopment activities in various developing countries. The program offers numerous opportunities in Sri Lanka."
Unite for Sight empowers local communities in African, Asian, and Latin American countries to develop sustainable solutions to health needs. Volunteer opportunities are available in rural villages, urban centers, and refugee camps in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and/or Eastern Europe.
Visions in Action offers mostly 6-12 month programs for university graduates. Some short-term summer opportunities are also available. Volunteer postings are normally in parts of Africa as well as Mexico.
World University Service of Canada (WUSC) is a network of individuals and post secondary institutions. It is a non-profit, non-governmental organization that enables volunteers, professionals, and students to participate in development activities and projects in Canada and abroad.
Youth Challenge has implemented field programs internationally, involving participants from different countries. It combines community development, health work and environmental research in projects conducted by international teams of volunteers (age 18 to 25).