You will support teachers, organize workshops & art classes, & connect with passionate students. In addition, you will have time to explore amazing culture.
Humanity Foundation (IHF) is seeking forward-thinking, dynamic individuals of
all ages and backgrounds to contribute to our international centers as part of
our Voluntourist program. IHF runs children’s home in Nakuru, Kenya Kenya with
approximately 50 children, as well as education centers in Bali, Jakarta, Banda
Aceh and Medan, Indonesia.
About the role
As a Voluntourist, you would gain hands-on experience with an international not-for- profit NGO at the ground level and contribute your time and talents to substantially helping provide better opportunities for young people.
You will complete four hours of at-center work a day. At our Bali Education center, you will teach English to young students for whom English is a tool to secure better jobs in the future. In addition, you will provide the co-Directors with needs-based assistance in the daily maintenance of the centres, becoming a part of the IHF family and integral to the work we do.
This is an ideal opportunity to gain first hand experience in international development, but still have time to explore a new place and culture. In Indonesia, our centers offer unique insights into Balinese Hinduism, the busy capital of Jakarta, or the beautiful and wild Sumatra where Aceh and Medan centers are based.You will have plenty of time to visit these incredible settings, but work must remain a priority. By both volunteering and sightseeing, you will have a unique experience, and hopefully you will leave our center with a better understanding of your surroundings and IHF as an organisation.
You will have 4 hours of local tasks daily.
For your local tasks be prepared to have them vary from day to day.
On any given day in Bali you will:
Assist in teaching English to young students -- providing a tool to secure better jobs in the future.
Organize projects and activities to enrich student's lives through art, geography, science, and anything in between!
Provide the co-Directors with needs-based assistance in the daily maintenance of the centres
1. We have a pool that can be used when there are no students at the centre.
2. There's a beach right outside our centre - nice to watch the sunrise
4. Lots of great beaches with snorkeling and diving options in the area
5. Local market visit
6. Get a massage or any other natural treatments at a spa
7. Watch Balinese dance and participate in cooking classes
8. Attend Yoga class
These are not daily activities, but something to do over the weekend.
1. Sunrise trek up Mount Batur and Mount Agung
2. Trips to Ubud and Amed
3. Take the ferry to one of the islands nearby
We have dormitory-style living quarters. There are shared bathrooms and kitchen facilities at our center, and there is a possibility that you will be sharing a room with other volunteers at the center.
Our cook comes every day to prepare lunch and dinner for those living at the center. In Indonesia, it is customary to cook once a day, and eat that meal for but lunch and dinner. As such, this is how we serve our meals at our centers.
All meals are self-serve. Meals are eaten interdependently or family-style with other volunteers.
Breakfast will be provided separately.