Freiwilligenarbeit in Westafrika
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With total flexibility you will be able to choose from helping at a lower primary class up to secondary school. Provide support and assistance to struggling classes!
Support local teachers in understaffed and over crowded community school. this project is open to anyone who what's to help make education accessible to the poor
Combat climate change and the affects of deforestation by growing seedlings, planting trees and working alongside the local communities on educational outreaches.
Providing assistance to nursery/creche classes where teachers struggle with large numbers of students. Supporting the basic foundations of education in the children.
This amazing opportunity gives you an insight into how psychiatric services operate in Ghana today. Help this important sector to reach modern standards.
A teaching project in a poor neighbourhood in Accra. You can teach your own class. The maintopics are Math and English, the kids are aged from 8 to 16
Mental health issues often come last on the list of priorities for policy makers and hence mental illnesses receive very little attention from the government.
Help out in schools to assist with the teaching and understanding of the English language. Providing a strong foundation for the children to develop.
This position has varying levels of animal contact, and can be informative for those considering a career in the field of veterinary medicine.
Volunteers work in orphanage home. Volunteers helps to care for the children especially the babies and toddlers by bathing, feeding, dressing and playing with them.
Observe local professionals and perform routine tasks in various departments as you work directly with doctors & nurses to heal patients in & around cities in Ghana.
Improving local facilities by renovating unsafe structures and creating positive learning environments through painting and creative wall displays.
These initiatives are geared towards reducing urban and rural poverty and are typically put forth by the government and other institutions.