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The conservation project in Peru releases a group of black spider monkeys back into their natural habitat.
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More videos from Peru:
01:48Amazon Rainforest Conservation and Animal Care in Peru with Capel Manor College
Projects Abroad offer a huge range of Medicine & Healthcare projects in countries around the world. Find out what's involved and what you can expect from getting some experience out of the classroom.
01:10Peru Projects Overview
Watch an overview of Projects Abroad placements in Peru, including Archaeology, Care, Teaching, Medicine and Conservation projects.
01:41Sports in Peru
A video showing how Sports volunteers can help children in Peru develop skills, such as team work and respect for others.
01:46Inca Project Overview
Inca Project volunteers clear some Inca buildings and roads, visit Machu Picchu and do some work in the local community.
Thomas explains why he chose to volunteer on a sports project in Peru.
Charles talks about his role as a volunteer and why he chose to join projects Abroad in Peru.
01:42Nutrition in Peru
Anna's interest in nutrition lead her to Peru to work with vulnerable children and families in Urubamba.
01:24Nutrition project in Peru
Outlined here are the goals of the Nutrition project in Peru for volunteers and for the communities they serve.
A Teaching volunteer in Peru describes why she chose Peru, how she helps at her placement and talks about her social life.
Three volunteers explain why they love living and volunteering on the Taricaya Conservation site in Peru.
A Care volunteer in Peru describes why she chose Peru and talks about how she helps at her care placement.
Volunteers coach football in local schools in Peru.