Over 20% of Costa Ricans live below poverty line. Education for disadvantaged youth is particularly important, as it’s mostly explained by declining job opportunities for low-skill workers. In this context, English is very important skill. Volunteers work with teachers to create interactive and appropriate learning environments. They bring enthusiasm, and engage the students to stay motivated.
Education in Cambodia has become a national priority. The proportion of public spending for education has increased, and important efforts have been made to build more schools, improve teacher training, and spur universal access to elementary and middle school education. Dropout rates among poor students are high and illiteracy rates, particularly for women, are amongst the highest in the region.
Teach deserving children in Samraong, Cambodia.The school has about 230 eager to learn students that attend on a regular basis as when they are not at the school.There are two main objectives at this project. Firstly education, and secondly, trying to offer to better future for under-developed children from poor and remote areas.
Get involved in an award-winning project for Tibetan refugees in the hometown of the Dalai Lama in India and support community work in Nepal! Both projects will surely impress you and also the welcoming people living there and the stories they have to tell. Additionally we designed a program around these projects to show you the beauty of these countries, e.g. a trek on the Mount Everest!
In Japan, it is common that office workers are at their workplace until 9 or 10 pm every day, while schools and kindergartens finish at around 3:15 pm. For this reason, parents need a possibility to keep their children entertained and supervised in the afternoon and evening hours and send them to so called “Gakudos“, privately-run after-school clubs.
Nos volontaires travaillent auprès d’enfants ou de jeunes adultes, dans des écoles primaires ou centre communautaire. Véritable programme de soutien scolaire pour les enfants, nos missions en Afrique du Sud ne se limitent pas à l'enseignement de la lecture. Vous pouvez aussi enseigner les sciences, l'histoire, la musique, l'art plastique, ou toute autre matière scolaire habituelle.