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).
Assist trained adults to motivate and uplift primary school learners with the necessary skills and capabilities that will enable them to become stronger individuals. You will have the opportunity to engage learners in both educational and recreational activities to keep them safe and reduce the risk of being a victim to violence on the streets.
Become part of this wonderful community, living with other volunteers in a local family's home stay and helping to teach a variety of skills in local schools. Surrounded by mountains (perfect for hiking), this beautiful location offers a special opportunity to help young Nepali children to improve their English, maths or science.
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.
We place volunteers in aid projects all over Ecuador. Not only the places are diverse, but also the areas of activity. There are places in the exciting capital of Quito, in the charming colonial city of Cuenca, in the adventurous Amazon region, on the beautiful Galapagos Islands and in the mystical cloud forest.
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.
Travel and volunteer as part of a small group of 17 to 25 year olds, in rural villages near Jinja, Uganda. It is a wonderful opportunity to experience rural Ugandan life and ideal for those ready for a challenge, and short on time. Help to improve English and/or coach sports in a local primary or secondary school as well as working on a community building/renovation project.