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India: Teaching Program (Udaipur)

Nicaragua: Teaching (Granada)

There are morning classes and also afternoon classes.  Morning classes have about 380 primary school age children, and 25 pre-schoolers.  In the afternoon there are 187 primary students and 60 pre-schoolers in attendance.  In this program, volunteers will help children learn the correct use of English words and master English grammar.  A typical class averages about 30-35 students.

India: Teaching Program (Udaipur)

India: Teaching Program (Udaipur)

Your voluntary teaching work provides you with an opportunity to develop new skills in a very different environment. In addition, your work in the school adds to the educational experience of the children. It is a marvelous experience for them to interact with people from another culture who speak another language. They will learn the things more attentively and enthusiastically, and welcome you open-heartedly. When you leave school in the afternoon you will be content to see that your students have learnt the things taught by you and your efforts are bringing results. This, we are sure, will bring you great personal satisfaction in helping children who have not been so fortunate.

Tanzania: Medical/Healthcare (Moshi)

Tanzania: Medical/Healthcare (Moshi)

In the out patient department the most common diseases are malaria, fever, STD's, respiratory infections, and urinary infections. The clinic also provides services of family planning, reproductive health, vaccinations as well as HIV voluntary counseling and testing, Lab and pharmacy.  Volunteers may be involved with giving vaccinations, taking blood samples, assisting in deliveries and in providing health checks.  Home visits may be part of the volunteer experience also.

Honduras: Dental Program (La Ceiba)

Honduras: Pre-Dental (La Ceiba)

Undergraduate students will observe local dentists and provide hands-on assistance with cleanings, checkups, extractions and restorative care.  Hygienists will be able to offer oral hygiene education and first time cleaning for children.  Pre-dental students are welcome.  You will shadow the local dentist and help manage the lines of patients, assist in record keeping, help with instruments and charting. This is a great chance to gain some hands on experience & knowledge of oral care in a developing country.  You can enhance your Spanish skills, build up your resume and help at this understaffed department in a large busy hospital.

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Latest Volunteer Program Reviews

Volunteer Name: Jasmine Brown

Program Location: Belize
Dates of program:12/14/14-12/26/14

Type of Program: Children’s Orphanage

Review Jasmine Brown
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Volunteer Name: Kevin Loughlin

Project Location: Cusco, Peru

Program Dates: 12/26/2014  to  01/23/2015

Volunteered at: Orphanage 

Feedback Kevin Loughlin
 Volunteer in Cusco, Peru

Volunteer Name: Lakyn Perry
Project Location: Moshi, Tanzania
Program Dates: December 09 - December 23, 2014
Volunteered at: Clinic/health care project

Feedback Lakyn Perry Volunteer in Moshi, Tanzania

Volunteer Name: Ozge Colak (From Turkey)

Project Location: Cusco, Peru

Program Dates: 01/11  to  01/18/2015

Volunteered at:  Orphanage

Review Ozge Colak Volunteer in Cusco, Peru

Volunteer Name: Caitlyn Ahlberg
Project Location: La Ceiba, Honduras
Program Dates: 09-01 to 23-01-2015
Volunteered at: Local Hospital

Review Caitlyn Ahlberg Volunteer in La Ceiba, Honduras

Volunteer Name: Tara Degnan - University of Dayton
Project Location: Belize
Program Dates: From 01/03/2015 to  01/10/2015
Volunteered at:  Children House

Review Tara Degnan Volunteer in Belize

Volunteer Name: Nathan Turnwald - University of Dayton Winter Trip
Volunteer Location: Belize
Dates: 1/3/2015 - 1/10/2015
Project: Orphanage/ Children's Home

Review Nathan Turnwald - University of Dayton Winter Trip Volunteer in Belize

Volunteer Name: Nicholas Kos
Project Location: La Ceiba, Honduras.
Program Dates: Jan 2th to Jan 10th  2015
Volunteered at: Local Clinic

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