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Voluntary Organisations

 1.VSOVoluntary Service Overseas is a British charity, but you don't have to be British to be a volunteer 
2.APSOAn Irish agency, APSO's website has contact details, list of services, details of who they recruit, etc. [Link removed as no longer seems to work?]
3.WUSC"World University Service of Canada (WUSC) is a network of individuals and post-secondary institutions who believe that all peoples are entitled to the knowledge and skills necessary to contribute to a more equitable world."
4.Peace CorpsUS volunteer agency - "The toughest job you'll ever love" - US citizens only
5.GLOBAL VOLUNTEER"Global Volunteers strives to wage peace throughout the world by helping establish mutual understanding between people of diverse cultures. Each year Global Volunteers coordinates more than 125 teams of volunteers who participate on short-term human and economic development projects in 21 countries."

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Development Organisations

1. Planet Aid"Clothes collection for the developing world: Planet Aid is a non-profit organization, founded in response to the need for development and improved living conditions for millions of people on earth."
2.. Baby Milk Action"Baby Milk Action works within a global network to strengthen independent, transparent and effective controls on the marketing of the baby feeding industry. " Relevant to Malawi.
3. Health Corps US-based "non-profit organization that gives teens tools to improve physical and mental health"

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Malawi Sites

 1.Malawi NetThis is Malawi's official Internet Service Provider. If you want to visit Malawi on-line, then you have to visit here (at least once!) 
2.Volunteer siteA web-site created by a ex-volunteer in Malawi (Paul Manning). The rather cool web-address relates to Zomba Plateau - a highlight of Malawi - which is where Paul lived when he lived in Malawi.

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Writing Sites

 1.Firstwriter.comFree writers' resource with small press directory, competition lists, online mag, store, and loads more! 
2.Writer on-line"Writer On Line offers articles, columns, news, marketing tips, and key resources for writers of all kinds." Again, this is a US-centric site.
3.A web of on-line dictionariesWhat a great idea! This site is now linked to more than 800 dictionaries in 150 countries - from Aricaans through Swedish and Taiwanese to Xhosa. And there's a quick look-up dictionary (in English) should you so desire

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On-line Journals

 1.Backpacker JournalThere are hundreds of on-line journal sites - go to webring 

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