Organic garden project in Nigeria schools. Laurence, a volunteer from Canada supporting the Organic garden project in Nigeria schools.
A Brazillian couple, Leandro and Monica learning about the rich Nigerian culture during the WWOOFing period in Nigeria.
Stefan and Barbara from Austria sharing their organic experience with the Nigerian host.
Training on Cocoa production and processing with Cocoa producer in Nigeria.
English language teaching for schools in Nigeria. WWOOFers support schools on English Language as part of community project.
An Austrian woman, Andrea and her son Zion support in building a home garden as a WWOOFer.
The main role of WWOOF Nigeria is to link volunteers (WWOOFers) with Organic farmers (Hosts)
WWOOFing exchanges are possible to do all over the world. If you can not find the country of interest on this website
Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa, with rich cultures and incredible potentials.
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Welcome to WWOOF NIGERIA
WWOOF is an exchange – In return for volunteer help, WWOOF hosts offer food, accommodation and opportunities to learn about organic lifestyles. WWOOF organisations link people who want to volunteer on organic farms or smallholdings with people who are looking for volunteer help.
- My farm or property is organic and / or uses ecologically sound techniques.
- Provide clean dry accommodation and adequate food for volunteers
- The cost of the annual membership for host is 60 DOLLARS/N20,000
- Ensure that WWOOFers are current members of WWOOF Nigeria organization.
Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa, with rich cultures and incredible potentials. Fair tropical weather, large lands filled with rich soil Read More.
We have team leader Usually you live with your host and are expected to join in and cooperate with the day to day activities. Read More
If you have a farm, smallholding, garden, allotment, vineyard or woodland and follow organic or sustainability principles Read More
Originally called “Working Weekends on Organic Farms”, WWOOF came into being in England, in Autumn 1971, when Sue Coppard Read More
Usually you live with your host and are expected to join in and cooperate with the day to day activities Read More
WWOOFers – volunteers Usually you live with your host and are expected to join in and cooperate with the day to day activities. Read More
WWOOF Nigeria partners with different organizationsto provide better services to her members and the communities accross the geo political zones in Nigeria, some of these partners are