We pride ourselves on doing everything in our power to ensure the safety and well-being of everyone. Obviously, by the nature of our work, there can be some risks and dangers present, however, these are the things one needs to be prepared for when traveling to a developing country. All our leaders and staff in country have gone through extensive crisis management training before stepping into the country, in the event that an incident occurs. Everyone working within Project Everest Ventures has access to International SOS, who can provide medical advice and organisational support for any emergency 24/7. We follow their advice, along with that of DFAT when determining the suitability of the countries we work in. We have official partnerships with multiple Universities who simply would not accept a higher than standard risk rate. If you have any concerns about the safety standards in each of the countries we operate, we would love to step you through our risk management processes.