Priv. Policy

Information we gather

The following information is gathered from our website visitors:
IP address, full name, date of birth, email, mailing address, telephone number, mother's name, father's name, mother's address, father's address, mother's phone number, father's phone number.

How we use the information we gather

We use the information to process applications for the volunteer experiences and that alone. We do not track visitors movements on the site, except the number of times you have visited, nor do we sell email leads. Our email database is accessible only by IICD staff members and volunteers.

The people that are given access to this information

Your personal information is accessible by IICD staff only

The security measures we have in place to protect your personal information

To safeguard your personal information, we do not sell email leads.

Our use of cookies and Data Transfer to Third Party Companies

Our website makes use of cookies which are small digital files that are stored in your web browser that enable us to track your return visits to our website.

Your browser settings may allow you to block these cookies, but we recommend you have them enabled to help us personalize your experience of our website.

Additionally, 3rd party advertisers on our site may use cookies for tracking purposes.

Google, as a third party vendor, uses cookies to serve ads.

Google's use of the DART cookie enables it to serve ads to visitors based on their visit to sites they visit on the Internet.

Website visitors may opt out of the use of the DART cookie by visiting the Google ad and content network privacy policy.

Contact Information to modify/delete applicant information, opt-out of program, or for questions

info@iicd-volunteer.org

Want to know more?

Fill out the application form to speak with one of our recruiters.

News From IICD
Our volunteers made this blogs while they worked in Mozambique and Zambia, Africa. An honest and authentic point of view of their project.
"As we stand on the edge of a new millennium, we dream of a tomorrow without hunger… Worrying about starving future generations won't feed them. Food biotechnology will."
It’s like this proverb from Sobonfu Some: “In the tribal life, one is forced to slow down, to experience the now and commune with the earth and nature. Patience is a must; no one seems to understand the meaning of “hurry up”.”
TO CAST OFF ONE'S CHAINS BUT TO LIVE IN A WAY THAT RESPECTS AND ENHANCES THE FREEDOM OF OTHERS" NELSON MANDELA
that the earth is NOT coming to an end on December 21st 2012 as predicted by some of our forefarthers
Aurora, Feoli and Takashi share their experiences in Brazil.
Friends Forever is arranging sales exhibitions "Master Sculptors of Zimbabwe and their Works" worldwide. Read more on http://www.friendsforeverzimbabwe.com
then the villagers could be free from the grasp of the loan sharks. That is what I did. I never imagined that this would become my calling in life.
that my six months in Lamego, Sofala state in Mozambique, would be such a great time in my life before getting there
but at the end you will get a bigger reward that only this experience can give you……. in my case it was…… humility.
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