A volunteering project with the Lepchas is a unique experience for those ready for a challenge; cultural exchange whilst teaching and living with the Lepcha people for 3 months in the foothills of the Himalayas. Lepchas have their own music, dances, herbal medicine and language (said to be the oldest spoken script in the world).
Luang Prabang, a beautiful UNESCO Heritage city, is a wonderful place to volunteer. Working with the staff and other passionate volunteers, work to improve education equality in Laos. Contribute to this valuable project by teaching English and practical skills to women, boosting their career opportunities and their self confidence.
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!
Help teach at various pre-schools or primary schools on the beautiful tropical island of Zanzibar. With its unique influences and very chilled life style Zanzibar offers an unique experience to work with the local community and assist at one of the schools. The children love to learn more English, improve their Maths skills or learn about History and other subjects.
Walmer Township is the home to 70.000 people dealing with poverty, child neglect, alcohol abuse and a high unemployment rate as some of the many difficult challenges you will be facing here, but at the same moment you will experience it is not all sad. The community is very welcoming and loves having volunteers showing an interest in their way of life.
We are looking for volunteers who teach English, sports, and other subjects, and can offer the children in Peru more perspectives through daily interaction. You will help children in Peru improve their language skills, practice correct pronunciation with them, and support them in various other tasks that are part of their daily school routine.
With us you have the opportunity to support two projects for children and adults with disabilities. Unfortunately, these people still face many challenges in Tanzanian society: stereotypes are omnipresent and government support is flawed. A large number of disabled children and adolescents are still at home and are not adequately cared for.