Childcare & Teaching Assistant Jaipur, India Volunteering With India (VWI)
This program is to support children who are disadvantaged because of poverty or other circumstances.
Street Children Supporter Jaipur, India Volunteering With India (VWI)
This program is to help children which lost their families, kidnapped by criminal gangs, left by their parents because of Poverty and rescue from child labor work.
Daycare center Helper New Delhi, India Sadreshya CPL
We are working in Faridabad for underprivileged children, who are from very poor families and are not getting basic rights. Faridabad is only 35 KM from Airport.
Care Assistant for underprivileged children Kolkata, India SMILE Society, India
International youth volunteers are welcome to teach, help, play, distribute food to the underprivileged children living around Kolkata city.
Educate Slum and Street Children Jaipur, India SHRESTHA
Experience our colourful Indian culture and teach children and women a range of different subjects.
Childcare Centre Supporter Dharamsala, India iSpiice
Volunteers work to support Child Care in the area of pre school education and provide love, care & a safe hygienic environment for the children to play and learn.
Support Teacher in Child Care Center Dharamsala, India Pari Voluntourism Solutions
Volunteers work with local child care centers to provide children pre-school activities.
Childcare Educational Supporter Jaipur, India Integrated Learning Experience
The childcare program is an authentic experience for those who want to help shape children's minds and want to work in initial education programs.
Provide Essential Life-Skills to Street Children Delhi, India Love Volunteers
Educate and empower vulnerable children and youth through various programs and initiatives.
Daycare Center Assistant Bharatpur, India Sadreshya CPL
We are working for underprivileged children, who are from very poor families and are not getting basic rights.
Help the Street Children New Delhi, India Volunteering Solutions
Spend some quality time and contribute for the overall development and welfare of unfortunate children, who lived on streets, but now are given shelter by local NGOs.

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