Tutor, mentor, encourage, and support St. Lucian children of all ages. Help paint and repair community facilities.
Apply your $350 deposit to a true adventure in service in 2022.
There’s never been a more important time for you to engage hand-in-hand with parents’ great success in Tanzanian villages.
The first team back following the onset of the pandemic in August found our staff and village parents had not missed a beat in moving the Reaching Children’s Potential (RCP) Program forward. More than 700 families from five villages were excited to welcome back volunteers to their communities.
More than 140 babies were born at Global Volunteers’ Ipalamwa General Clinic (IGC) in volunteers’ absence. At this time, two family foundations are funding earth boxes, chicken coops, and fuel-efficient vented stoves for 100 village families and a “House for New Moms” to stay before and after delivery. More than 100 men and women participated in five mental health workshops and five women’s cooperatives offer a variety of products and services.
Give. Explore. Care. Make Friends. Be a Global Volunteer.
You’re greatly needed to carry on parent workshops; conduct home visits; teach English at the primary schools; tutor math, science, and geography at the secondary schools; work with the women’s cooperatives; help families construct chicken coops and fuel-efficient vented stoves; work in the greenhouse; serve alongside the Tanzania medical professionals at IGC; paint and repair community buildings; and help with other community-based projects. Volunteers always work hand-in-hand with local people and under the direction of local leaders.
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