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Better Communication

Indonesia   Teaching

To give them motivation and meeting you from other country is a big thing for them.

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Help to Support Disabled Kids & Special Needs Care volunteer opportunity

Nairobi, Kenya   Teaching

It is a highly rewarding & challenging experience at the same time. In Kenya, children & adults with Physical, Emotional, Behavioral, Learning disabilities are overlooked

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Teaching in School and Communities volunteer opportunity in Kenya

Nairobi, Kenya   Teaching

Teaching is the only future hope we can give our children. We need your help! Whether your strengths lie in teaching English, math, or sports, you can make a difference.

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Environment Activity Lead

Huanchaco, Peru   Teaching

-Facilitate weekly meetings with volunteers to plan lessons -Help volunteers to deliver high quality lessons and guide them with your specific knowledge in this field -Assist in delivering lessons if required, depending on your own language abilities

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Community Education Coordinator

Huanchaco, Peru   Teaching

Supervising volunteers to create individualized lesson plans from our pre-existing curriculum and resource packs and scheduling activities, workshops and classes focusing on physical and psychological health and, as well as learning and development

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Volunteer at Mayflower Beacon School Complex

Ghana   Teaching

We need volunteers to assist in teaching English, Mathematics, Science, Sports, IT, Creative Arts, Music, French, Russian, German, Spanish, Abacus, and any interesting subject/ program.

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Thriveseed

New Delhi, India   Teaching

- Education for children - Women's empowerment program -Thriveseed Responsible Tourism

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HELP/SUPPORT SUSTAINABLE EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT TO OUR VILLAGE

Arusha, Tanzania   Teaching

We need volunteers to help to teach English, Maths, Biology,Chemistry,Geography,Physics, sport and art. They start 8 am to school until 12;30 pm

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Help young girls with their homework and studying in Jodhpur, India

Jodhpur, India   Teaching

We have more than 20 projects in Jodhpur and the rural village of Setrawa. Volunteers have the opportunity to teach English and Math at Women and Children centers, help with Admin work or support young girls with studying in our two Girls Homes.

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Teach English and Math to children in Rajasthan

Jodhpur, India   Teaching

We have more than 20 projects in Jodhpur and the rural village of Setrawa. Volunteers have the opportunity to teach English and Math at Women and Children centers, help with Admin work or support young girls with studying in our two Girls Homes.

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Better Communication

Indonesia Teaching

We're doing an English Training camp base in the cool town located at the center of Central Java named Kedu, about 3 hours from Semarang airport, 2 hours from Yogyakarta airport, 6 hours by bus from Jakarta, and 24 hours from Denpasar. I live with my community.
We're focusing to help our people practice their English by doing their daily activities. They don't have real opportunities to speak in English even in their school. To give them motivation and meeting you from other country is a big thing for them, that is our motivation of making this profile. We have an evening chill at the coffee shop to give them a class and place to practice. The main goal is to be a speaking partner
I invite volunteers to help my program. We're singing English songs, do farming, cooking together, and discover locally.
In our free time, volunteers can visit the interesting places around Kedu such as Borobudur, Dieng plateau, beautiful mountain, traditional art, dance, coffee garden, hiking the volcano, walking around the ricefields.
You'll get a local breakfast, but also we can cook together.

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Mar 10, 2023

LANGUAGE SKILLS

English,

Type of work

In our free time, volunteers can visit the interesting places around Kedu such as Borobudur, Dieng plateau, beautiful mountain, traditional art, dance, coffee garden, hiking the volcano, walking around the ricefields.
You'll get a local dinner type every day, breakfast and lunch will be by yourself, but also we can cook together. sometimes we get a give from our friends.

Conditions

Contributions for 2 weeks: $ 320 per person $ 480 per couple $ 370 - adult + child (one bed) $ 490 - two adults + one or two children (double + single) Breakfasts and dinners are joint (we buy food and cook together). Everyone prepares lunch on their own, you can buy local products

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Help to Support Disabled Kids & Special Needs Care volunteer opportunity

Nairobi, Kenya Teaching

This volunteer program is especially suitable for:
- Age 14+ high School and university student volunteers coming for attachment and internship.
- Professionals in teaching
- Couples coming to give back to the community
- volunteers coming as a Families
- Volunteers coming in Groups for mission trips and team building while helping the poor with shelter, food, and basic needs like clothing donations
- volunteers who are 50+ coming to give back after their retirements.
- Also volunteers on Wheel Chairs, we have programs they can help in teaching.

We aim through this program to help and support children and adults with special needs who do not receive the care and support they need from the Government in slums and rural villages. These are the people that require extra care and attention because they are more vulnerable in our society and don’t get the chances others do. According to the WHO, children with disabilities are 4 times more likely to encounter violence than those without a disability. Kindly join us to help in any of the following;
1) Assisting in therapy
2) Teaching Special Education lessons
3) Education
4) Restoring mental health
5) Guiding disabled individuals toward
a) Suitable jobs
b) Building self-confidence
c) Becoming more independent

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APPLICATIONS DEADLINE

Dec 19, 2026

LANGUAGE SKILLS

English,

Type of work

Daily program/ Timetable

Volunteer work is for only 4 1/2 hours in the morning every day, in the afternoon, we have free activities such as Kenya traditional dance classes and traditional cooking classes. Weekends are made for exploring our country and Safaris with our local volunteers and your fellow overseas volunteers. Below is a tentative Weekdays timetable;

6:00 am - if you are feeling motivated, you are welcome to join the daily meditation or morning exercise of running for some KM within the city or go to the GMY
8:00 am - We serve a delicious and healthy breakfast
9:00 am - 13:30 pm - Volunteer work
14:00pm to 18:00pm - Complementary activities (free time activities stated below)
4:00 pm - Yoga class, and learn Kenyan traditional songs, Dances, and cooking that will make you love Kenya even more, including our local Swahili language if interested. The classes are suitable for all levels and usually last about an hour and a half.
8:00 pm - Dinner is served

Conditions

Volunteer Fee required
$35 per day
- (60%-80%) of volunteer fees is to take care of you while staying with us, sent to Host families/ Volunteer house management
- (10% - 20%) goes to project Donations that you will be participating
- (10-30%) goes to Local Country Office Expenses/Staffs for your facilitation.

In Summary, Fee includes
- Accommodation (host family)
- Airport Pick up/Transfer
- Program Orientation
- In-country support
- Certificate of completion
- Fundraising ideas and letters
- Discount for returning volunteers
- Breakfast and Dinner
-Hospital Transport (If needed we provide for free at any time)
- First aid support if needed

Not included in the fee:
- Drop off ( will be charged only USD 20 )
- Laundry (5 USD/week)
- Local SIM card you need to purchase
- Weekend Tour
-Volunteer T-shirt
- First Aid Support
- Visas
- Airfare
- Personal expenses on soft drinks and foods
- Daily transportation
- Airport return transfer

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Teaching in School and Communities volunteer opportunity in Kenya

Nairobi, Kenya Teaching

This volunteer program is especially suitable for:
- Age 14+ high School and university student volunteers coming for attachment and internship.
- Professinals in teaching
- Couples coming to give back to the community
- volunteers coming as a Families
- Volunteers coming in Groups for mission trips and team building while helping the poor with shelter, food, and basic needs like clothing donations
- volunteers who are 50+ coming to give back after their retirements.
- Also volunteers on Wheel Chairs, we have programs they can help in teaching.

Our volunteer program aims to give the children in the surrounding villages a more sustainable education. There are still kids in the communities we are serving that don't have the opportunity to go to school because of poverty and culture. We are trying our best as an organization but we are lacking more teachers, we need your help! Whether your strengths lie in teaching English, Music, Computer, Art, math, or sports, you can make a difference. Pack your bags for Kenya, our school is waiting for you that is in desperate need of your teaching skills.

Teaching is the best way to increase the future/hope of children in Africa, especially Kenya, living in slums/Villages. Come and help either at our Children’s home/Kindergarten/Baby class/Primary School/Secondary School or Community Centre

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APPLICATIONS DEADLINE

Dec 19, 2026

LANGUAGE SKILLS

English,

Type of work

Daily program

Volunteer work is for only 4 1/2 hours in the morning every day, in the afternoon, we have free activities such as sports, Kenya traditional dance classes, traditional cooking classes, and sports. Weekends are made for exploring our country and Safaris with our local volunteers and your fellow overseas volunteers. Below is a tentative Weekdays timetable;

6:00 am - if you are feeling motivated, you are welcome to join the daily meditation or morning exercise of running for some KM / GMY
8:00 am - We serve a delicious and healthy breakfast
9:00 am - 13:30 pm - Volunteer work depending on your skills
14:00pm to 18:00pm - Complementary activities (free time activities stated below)
4:00 pm - Yoga class, and learn Kenyan traditional songs, Dances, and cooking that will make you love Kenya even more, including our local Swahili language if interested. The classes are suitable for all levels and usually last about an hour and a half.
8:00 pm - Dinner is served

Conditions

Volunteer Fee required
$35 per day
- (60%-80%) of volunteer fees is to take care of you while staying with us, sent to Host families/ Volunteer house management
- (10% - 20%) goes to project Donations that you will be participating
- (10-30%) goes to Local Country Office Expenses/Staffs for your facilitation.

In Summary, Fee includes
- Accommodation (host family)
- Airport Pick up/Transfer
- Program Orientation
- In-country support
- Certificate of completion
- Fundraising ideas and letters
- Discount for returning volunteers
- Breakfast and Dinner
-Hospital Transport (If needed we provide for free at any time)
- First aid support if needed

Not included in the fee:
- Drop off ( will be charged only USD 20 )
- Laundry (5 USD/week)
- Local SIM card you need to purchase
- Weekend Tour
-Volunteer T-shirt
- First Aid Support
- Visas
- Airfare
- Personal expenses on soft drinks and foods
- Daily transportation
- Airport return transfer

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Environment Activity Lead

Huanchaco, Peru Teaching

As an Environment Activity Lead you will work under the guidance of our Environment Activity Lead and make sure that our Environment awareness teaching is meeting high quality standards and is carried out successfully. You could be leading several volunteers in their work of delivering Environmental classes and activities. The main goal of the role is to develop a program whereby the community understands the importance of protecting our environment and acts in an environmentally sustainable way. In order to complete that role, you will be also responsible to carry out environment awareness campaigns for the community with the help of volunteers.
This role may only require a few hours a week but also gives you the chance to work on other projects within the OCN portfolio to top up your hours to around 25 hours/week.

This position includes tasks such as:

-Facilitate weekly meetings with volunteers to plan lessons
-Help volunteers to deliver high quality lessons and guide them with your specific knowledge in this field
-Assist in delivering lessons if required, depending on your own language abilities.
-Improve and add to the Environment curriculum
-Be creative in coming up with new ideas to actively involve children in fun and educative activities
-Plan and carry out Environmental campaigns and events
-Have weekly meetings with the Project Coordinators and participate in the Coordinators meeting

What you can expect when interning with us:

-Personal pick-up upon arriving and walking tour through Huanchaco
-Thorough introduction to the organization
-Certified training in First Aid and Child Safeguarding
-24/7 emergency support
-Receiving mentorship from in-house staff and coordinators
-Liaison with your university department to ensure that the placement meets all requirements for your course, so you can gain the relevant course credits
-Completion of all relevant documents and reports required by your university relating to your placement
-Adaptation of work hours and timetable to comply with your university’s requirements
-In-house training introducing you to the world of humanitarianism and NGOs - pertaining to a wide range of basic skills such as the creation and implementation of a project plan, including Needs Assessment, Log Frames and GANTT charts
-Organized activities & trips (barbeques, game nights, volunteer-lunch, team building trips) with like-minded people from all over the world
-Working in a friendly beach & surf town right next to many historical sites
-The satisfying feeling of committing your work to a good cause whilst gaining insight into a new culture
-Formal internship reference letter for future employment
-Ability to say you completed a formal internship with Otra Cosa Network on your CV

ADDRESS
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APPLICATIONS DEADLINE

Sep 10, 2021

LANGUAGE SKILLS

Type of work

As an Environment Activity Lead you will work under the guidance of our Environment Activity Lead and make sure that our Environment awareness teaching is meeting high quality standards and is carried out successfully. You could be leading several volunteers in their work of delivering Environmental classes and activities. The main goal of the role is to develop a program whereby the community understands the importance of protecting our environment and acts in an environmentally sustainable way. In order to complete that role, you will be also responsible to carry out environment awareness campaigns for the community with the help of volunteers.
This role may only require a few hours a week but also gives you the chance to work on other projects within the OCN portfolio to top up your hours to around 25 hours/week.

Conditions

The reason why we ask for a financial contribution from all of our volunteers and interns is because we aim to provide all of our projects for free to the local communities. These financial contributions make up a large part of our income to cover our operating costs. You can look at the contribution rates here http://otracosa.org/volunteer/contribution/. We believe our rates are pretty fair compared to rates other organizations in South America ask for. We also hold transparency extremely important so you can see where our contributions go in our Annual Reports. We will have 2019's report up soon. I know it seems kind of unfair to ask for a financial contribution when you offer your work for free but a lot of the contribution goes to the support system we offer such as airport pickups, weekly lunches, and fun weekend trips.

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Community Education Coordinator

Huanchaco, Peru Teaching

Being a Project Coordinator with us in community-based centres will allow you to work in several different fields such as environmental awareness, teaching English, women’s empowerment and youth development and gain experience of Project Coordination, Volunteer Management and grassroots NGO project implementation. You will work together with our field staff management team and Volunteer Coordinator, managing the volunteer team who are active at any given time, to implement activities in our Recreation and Education Centre.

This position includes tasks such as:

-Supervising volunteers to create individualized lesson plans from our pre-existing curriculum and resource packs if there is no English or Environment lead available
-Scheduling activities, workshops and classes focusing on physical and psychological health and wellbeing, as well as learning and development.
-Supervising and coordinating Recreation and Education volunteers, including running weekly team meetings, in collaboration with the Volunteer Coordinator and managers.
-Keeping all Project Coordinator resources updated and organized (including materials, books, curriculums and activities) if there is no English or Environment lead available.
-Assisting in managing the project budget and expenditure.
-Contributing new ideas on how to improve the program and the space.
-Presenting positive results and any potential issues at the weekly coordinators meeting.

What you can expect when interning with us:

-Personal pick-up upon arriving and walking tour through Huanchaco
-Thorough introduction to the organization
-Certified training in First Aid and Child Safeguarding
-24/7 emergency support
-Receiving mentorship from in-house staff and coordinators
-Liaison with your university department to ensure that the placement meets all requirements for your course, so you can gain the relevant course credits
-Completion of all relevant documents and reports required by your university relating to your placement
-Adaptation of work hours and timetable to comply with your university’s requirements
-In-house training introducing you to the world of humanitarianism and NGOs - pertaining to a wide range of basic skills such as the creation and implementation of a project plan, including Needs Assessment, Log Frames and GANTT charts
-Organized activities & trips (barbeques, game nights, volunteer-lunch, team building trips) with like-minded people from all over the world
-Working in a friendly beach & surf town right next to many historical sites
-The satisfying feeling of committing your work to a good cause whilst gaining insight into a new culture
-Formal internship reference letter for future employment
-Ability to say you completed a formal internship with Otra Cosa Network on your CV

ADDRESS
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APPLICATIONS DEADLINE

Sep 20, 2025

LANGUAGE SKILLS

Type of work

Otra Cosa Network is a well-established UK Registered Charity and Peruvian registered not for profit (NGO), addressing the educational needs of children and vulnerable adults in an extremely impoverished area of Northern Peru. We work in informal settlements where many community members have been displaced by climate change, disaster and political instability. They live in precarious circumstances, few have running water, sewage provision and there is only sporadic electricity. Additionally, many children are forced to work instead of continuing their education, in order to boost family finances and there are no community-based facilities for learning and developing new skills in a safe environment.

Conditions

The reason why we ask for a financial contribution from all of our volunteers and interns is because we aim to provide all of our projects for free to the local communities. These financial contributions make up a large part of our income to cover our operating costs. You can look at the contribution rates here http://otracosa.org/volunteer/contribution/. We believe our rates are pretty fair compared to rates other organizations in South America ask for. We also hold transparency extremely important so you can see where our contributions go in our Annual Reports. We will have 2019's report up soon. I know it seems kind of unfair to ask for a financial contribution when you offer your work for free but a lot of the contribution goes to the support system we offer such as airport pickups, weekly lunches, and fun weekend trips.

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Volunteer at Mayflower Beacon School Complex

Ghana Teaching

Gain experience in the Ghanaian Educational System
Explore and experience Ghana
Helping set up for school events
Assisting teachers in building classroom kits at home
Reading with children after hours
Offering to tutor students
Help the needy
Touch lives through volunteering

ADDRESS
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APPLICATIONS DEADLINE

Dec 31, 2025

LANGUAGE SKILLS

English,

Type of work

Placement comes at a minimum charge; volunteers will be living with our host family in Accra. However, volunteers pay $70 per month to support utility bills and other facilities volunteers will use at the host family's residence.

Volunteers will be picked up from the airport to the placement area for free. On your arrival, Shadrach will pick you up from the airport.

Accommodation, food, and security is free as it is captured in the placement charge.

The host family's residence is mostly a walking distance from the Mayflower Beacon School Complex. Location farther from the School will attract transport cost but you will know more during induction.

hoping to see you soon!

Conditions

The amount to be paid is to cover your accommodation, food, and security for a three months period.

What to pack?
Casual clothes mostly. If you are a sports enthusiast you'll need to come along with your sports apparel.

Don't hesitate to phone in for further inquiries on things to bring and not to bring. There is also the possibility of making purchases here in Ghana hence don't overpack.

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Thriveseed

New Delhi, India Teaching

- Four schools for children in slums in New Delhi
We have four schools where we offer education to children that would not otherwise get it. These are: Baljeet Nagar School, Nehru Nagar Slum School, Zakheera Slum School and Pandav Nagar Slum School. We teach english, math and hindi. Read more on our home page: http://www.thriveseed.org/ourschoolprojects/

-Women's empowerment program
Unfortunately, many women in slums in New Delhi finds themself in horrible situations like not being able to care for their children after their husbands death etc. Sonu gives these women opportunities to support themselves and their children through self-sustainable enterprises. Teaching the women different skills such as sewing, candle-making and running their own businesses is just a small step towards giving these women more freedom and confidence. Read more on our home page: http://www.thriveseed.org/womens-empowerment-project/

-Thriveseed Responsible Tourism
This project, launched in 2017, enables former Thriveseed pupils to earn money by working as tour organisers. This not only provides former Thriveseed students with an income that they would not have otherwise had, but it also encourages current Thriveseed students to pursue their education to a high level so that they develop the maths, English and Hindi writing skills necessary to carry out this type of work. Read more on our home page: http://www.thriveseed.org/thriveseedresponsibletourism/

ADDRESS
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APPLICATIONS DEADLINE

Dec 31, 2025

LANGUAGE SKILLS

English,

Type of work

We accept all kind of help and are happy to share any of your gifts with our students. Of course, we do need assistance in our english, math and hindi classes, but you could also help out with teaching the women in the women's empowerment program handcraft that you know, make food in our community kitchen etc. We also love to teach the children new kind of games that you might know from your home country. You could also help with taking pictures and posting about our project on social media -Imagination is the only limit when it comes to helping out with our project.

Conditions

When volunteering with us, you pay a one time registration fee of 15 USD. This goes directly to keeping our project running.

If you are choosing to stay with one of our host families, the price for accommodation and food is 120 USD each week. You are also free to stay other places, and will then not pay any fee other than the one time fee of 15 USD.

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HELP/SUPPORT SUSTAINABLE EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT TO OUR VILLAGE

Arusha, Tanzania Teaching

We believe that a child’s future success and advancement in life is greatly influenced by their early educational experience as those who have go to school early develop an interest in education more than those who have not participated in early learning education – learning how to get along in groups, work under teacher supervision, etc. They also receive encouragement to express their feelings and ideas through building, dancing, and drawing, playing, singing and speaking. And thus, at the end of their pre-school years, they have become more competent pupils and will be more advanced in some of their abilities and be ready to master their new environment in primary and secondary education.We are located at Sanawari village -Arusha.

ADDRESS
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Feb 27, 2025

LANGUAGE SKILLS

English,

Type of work

All volunteer work 5 days per week and 2 days for week end. And during the week end they can go to visit variety attractions such as water fall, Safari, Mountain trek,Hot water spring,Lake, Coffee plantation, Masai culture, And Zanzibar.

Conditions

Once a volunteer arrive at our office he/she will fill the form and host family after that they will pay to host family amount for the all duration they stay at our project.

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Help young girls with their homework and studying in Jodhpur, India

Jodhpur, India Teaching

Girls Homes:
Sambhali Trust has 2 Boarding Homes for young girls who come from the rural desert area surrounding Setrawa, 110km west of Jodhpur: Sheerni and Laadli Boarding Home.
The aim is to provide these girls with a good education until 12th standard (final year at school) and college after to enable them to reach their potential and have better opportunities.
Volunteers visit the girls for 3 hours every afternoon (Monday-Friday) to provide extra tuition in English and Math, weekly educational workshops and sports/outdoor activities.
Additionally, they will play games with the girls, dance and read stories.

ADDRESS
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APPLICATIONS DEADLINE

Dec 31, 2025

LANGUAGE SKILLS

English,

Type of work

You will need to work around 6 hours per day in a flexible way. Volunteers visit their projects from Monday to Friday so you are free on the weekends. Additionally, you need to attend a weekly volunteer meeting and sign up for volunteer shifts at the Sambhali Boutique in Jodhpur's Old Town on Sundays.

Conditions

There is no fee for volunteers at Sambhali Trust.
The NGO will assist volunteers with finding accommodation. Please discuss details when applying to volunteer. Usually, volunteers stay at the Durag Niwas Guesthouse which is right next to our Sambhali House. The volunteer coordinator will advise volunteers on where to stay but expected costs at Durag Niwas are: non air-con room single 32,000 rps, shared 22,000 rps, and four shared 15,000 rps including three meals a day, drinking water, wifi, rooftop, picking up and dropping from Jodhpur airport, shared refrigerator and washing machine.

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Teach English and Math to children in Rajasthan

Jodhpur, India Teaching

Primary Education Centers (post-lunch): There are 4 centers in Jodhpur with approximately 30-40 children (boys and girls, 5-12 years old). These centers have been established to teach the children of the mothers’ who attend the empowerment centers and to extend this out to others. The aim is to provide a basic education in Hindi, English and Math to enable and encourage these children to go to school. For the very young children, art & craft and primary education workshops will also be given as well as general knowledge workshops on a weekly basis.
Usually, volunteers stay at one of our centers the whole day. They will get a lunchbox from Durag Niwas Guesthouse and eat together with the local staff and some of their students at their projects.

ADDRESS
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APPLICATIONS DEADLINE

Dec 31, 2025

LANGUAGE SKILLS

English,

Type of work

You will need to work around 6 hours per day in a flexible way. Volunteers visit their projects from Monday to Friday so you are free on the weekends. Additionally, you need to attend a weekly volunteer meeting and sign up for volunteer shifts at the Sambhali Boutique in Jodhpur's Old Town on Sundays.

Conditions

There is no fee for volunteers at Sambhali Trust.
The NGO will assist volunteers with finding accommodation. Please discuss details when applying to volunteer. Usually, volunteers stay at the Durag Niwas Guesthouse which is right next to our Sambhali House. The volunteer coordinator will advise volunteers on where to stay but expected costs at Durag Niwas are: non air-con room single 32,000 rps, shared 22,000 rps, and four shared 15,000 rps including three meals a day, drinking water, wifi, rooftop, picking up and dropping from Jodhpur airport, shared refrigerator and washing machine.

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