16 July, 2018
27 June, 2018
THE children of Bimini can now enjoy the stunning marine environment that surrounds them with increased safety and confidence thanks to a groundbreaking partnership led by Save The Bays.
The environmental advocacy group partnered with SwimTayka and Waterkeepers Bahamas to offer free swim and lifeguard training to young Biminites, who responded enthusiastically and in considerable numbers to the opportunity to increase their self-assurance in and around the water.
20 May, 2018
20 May, 2018
We completed our first Oregon USA mini-project with the Human Access Project and SUN schools, providing an after-school workshop on water safety and water stewardship.
15 May, 2018
We engaged the impressive Kat Luckok of Share Impact to guide our communications strategy planning, which we are now implementing, you can see the benefit of this through our social media channels, why not follow and like us on them?
30 April, 2018
Since our last update, we reached a few more milestones. Here are some highlights.
First and foremost, an enormous shout-out and most sincere appreciation to our launch captains Avi Ben-Zaken, John Kulewicz, Susan Hammer and Joel Soffin. Thank you for your wonderfully generous support to get us up and running! Thanks to you, we have made great strides in recent months.
11 April, 2018
(unpaid volunteer position)
To provide administrative support to the co-founders of the organisation
Develop organisations knowledge & provide support of an international NGO/Charity
15 March, 2018
You can make a big difference in Nepal this year and come and join SwimTayka to run its Drowning Prevention and Environmental Water Stewardship programme along the Trishuli River, in west of Kathmandu.
180 kilometers long Trishuli River is one of the best White Water Rafting destinations by both the guides and rafters as it offers an excellent white water thrilling roller coaster ride.
1 March, 2018
SwimTayka is non-profit organisation saving lives by teaching underprivileged children to swim
When Bryan Avery, a man who has swum not only the English Channel but also around the island of Manhattan, New York; across the Catalina Channel, of the coast of California and around the island of Kho Tao, Thailand, decided it was time to give back to swimming and help the children from deprived areas of the world to swim, he did so in a big way.
26 February, 2018
We are please to announce our Mexico project for this year. This is a four week project, from 14th July – 17th August, for volunteers with some experience in international travel, and who are willing to try to something new.