Our teaching program places volunteers in Pre-schools, Primary Schools, Junior High Schools and Senior High Schools throughout the Volta.
Our teaching program places in local schools and Volunteers would work in Pre schools, Junior High Schools and Senior High Schools throughout. Volunteer may teach one more subjects including English, Mathematics, Computer and Science. Volunteer will be able to pass on invaluable skills as well emphasize the importance of a good educationn to Ghanain students andteachers.You will find an warm welcome awaits you from stundens. Assisting teachers in school with limited resources provides an enagaging environment for educting children and teenagers.Your ideas, your energy and presence are exciting for students and invigorating for teachers and parents.The students are full of curiosity about the world around them and they welcome your perspective. Your contribution will make great difference.
lesson plan, teaching classes and evaluating student progress ·
Encouraging students and acting as teacher-advisor for students · Communicating with parents about
students' progress · Helpin sutdents who need extra help of normal
· Encouraging students and acting as teacher-advisor for studentsRunning extracurricular sport, club activities
· Communicating with parents about students' progress
· Helpin sutdents who need extra help of normal lessen hoursMaintaining school discipline in the classroom (classroom management)
Learning of how to play drums and dance with local People the traditionel dance of Volta Region: Borborbor, Agbadza and Kpanlongo Dance. - learning of how to cook Ghanian Food with your host family - learn the local language, called Ewe - participate and visit local Festivals, as the Yam Festival, Kente Festival
Volunteers get weekends off allowing them in their ample time to explore attractions in and around the city.
Here are some exemples for trips which can be organized: Monkey Village in Tafi Atome (close to Hohoe), Wli Waterfalls the biggest in West Africa and they can go to different beaches, like Busua, Butre, trip to Accra, the capital City of Ghana, to see the National Museum, Kwame Nkrumah Museum, lighthouse in Jamestown, Markola market, Art Center, Aburi Garden. They also visit Capa Coast Castle and Emina Castle, acient slaves Castles. Kakum National Park, where you can do a canopy walt Places to visit in your holidays: Mole National Park where you can see elephants, bamboos, antilope, warthog and Paga Crocodile Ponds, where you can see how crocodiles will be feed
An Airport Pickup Guide (APG) will meet you at the Accra Airport.
Please make sure to verify with us the date and time or your flight arrival
One bed room and small living hall. Bathrooms are shared and open buckets are used Depending on the volunteer project location;
Volunteers will be fed three meals a day and save with drinking water.
Your meals will typically consist of traditional Ghanian dishes, including rice, beans, maize meal, root, vegetables, fish, meat and Vegetarian meals.