How to Volunteer, Aiesec for Sri Lanka
Volunteer, a free-to-use application, is available for both Sri Lanka and the Philippines.
The application enables users to take part in a variety of projects from local outreach to community development.
According to TOYP, the app will be available in the Philippines for 30 days from March 24.
The program is an open source project, which means the community can contribute and contribute to the project.
It aims to provide a better experience for the local population by offering a more user-friendly platform.
“Volunteer can help us build community in areas like the poor, disadvantaged, marginalized communities, and in general build a better environment for everyone,” said the TOYP spokesperson.
“We are working with the local communities to develop more inclusive tools to assist them.”
The app has been downloaded over 4 million times, and its developers are currently working on features for the Philippines, and plans to add more countries.
The app allows users to enter volunteer details such as a city, zip code, country, and more.
Users can also create a profile to be notified when they are volunteering, which will give them access to a range of resources, including community and community-based support.
The app also offers an online profile, which can be shared with other volunteers.
Sri Lankan volunteers will be able to join the program on March 24 and then have a chance to earn a reward.
This includes a $50 credit card and a trip to a local community event, or a free trip to one of the participating communities.
This program was supported by the Philippine Development Fund, the National Council for Disaster Reduction, the Philippine Commission on Human Rights, the United Nations Development Programme, the Association of South Asian Community Development Organizations, and the Sri Lankan Government.