Volunteering in Peru helping with education

Volunteering in Peru helping with education

Our organization needs volunteers for our project for volunteering with children. These children come from migrants families of areas that have been declared, by the main organisations of international development, to be in a situation of extreme poverty and need (Junin, Huancavelica, Ayacucho and Central Rainforest).

We work directly with communities of the Central Andes of Peru, where the neglect and need is great. There is virtually no presence of volunteering or state organisations providing these children with assistance, emotional, caring, educational or material support. Come and participate in this wonderful cause, by helping to improve self-esteem that has been destroyed and by assisting with education. Many of the children come from dysfunctional migrant Quechua families that suffer from neglect and domestic violence that is caused by their difficult situation and economic, social and cultural marginalisation.

We are a non-commercial volunteering alternative that focuses on participation and operating a flat organisational structure. We promote self-management within communities, as a means of organisation and development.

Come and participate as a volunteer on this project, built with our own hands and with the ambition of undertaking transparent, genuine and direct social work with the communities.

NOTE: due to our being a small organisation, we cannot cover the cost of airfares. However, we offer low-cost accommodation options. Thank you for your understanding.


Requirements for Volunteers:

- You must be over 19 years of age.
- no prior experience or specialization is required
- Personal adaptive, positive and willing to learn.
- have the ability to integrate into a multi cultural work team

 

Further Details

We are a non-profit organization legally registered in 2009 and we develop our work in a self-financed way, for that reason, we ask for a small monthly contribution to help sustain our social work, organization and projects, as retribution, our organization offers In exchange

- continuous support and advice by people with experience and training in the social area
- Accommodation in a comfortable and equipped house
-excursions in markets, towns and native fairs, knowing firsthand their culture and folklore.
-courses or exchange in: food, pastry and cocktails in Peru
- Group excursions on weekends to many places such as mountains, lakes, artisan villages, central jungle of Peru, visit pre-Inca ruins and others
- (optional) learn the Inca culture of the Andes, experience Andean energies, Andean reiki, munay-ki and Inca yoga.
-possibility to learn at no cost to Andean Inca culture and history, the Quechua language
-practicar and improve your level of Spanish in a practical way.

 

How to apply

To apply, send the form that is on our website:
http://sharingdreamsproject.info/application/

 Or contact us through our facebook page:
Https://www.facebook.com/Volunteering-in-Peru-Sharing-Dreams-Project-262120160505351/

 

Organisation Name

Sharing dreams Project

 

About Organisation

A small local nonprofit organization that works directly with Andean populations subject to exclusion, social, economic and cultural, developing their own projects helping Quechua women and children in issues of empowerment, educational support, health and community development.

 

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