Dharamsala Community Development Project, India

Volunteers are needed to work on grassroots community development projects in Dharamsala, Northern India, home of the Tibetan Refugee community and his holiness the Dalai Lama. Volunteer projects include education, primary care, women's empowerment, health education and more.

Volunteers can work on one or more of a range of community service projects in Dharamsala, including:

- Teaching Projects - Teaching English to women and children

- IT Teaching - Teaching basic IT skills

- Childcare Projects - Caring for infants and children, including street children

- After school programmes/Summer camps - Assisting local teachers and staff with after school programmes and summer camps

- Renovation of local institutions - Assisting with the renovation of local institutions and creating clean, bright learning spaces

- Community Health - Making community health visits/community health awareness training

- Women's Empowerment - Working towards improving women's rights in society (including job skills training)


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What to Expect?

Volunteers should be aged 18 years upwards and speak English. All nationalities are welcome. Volunteers joining the health education project should ideally have some previous experience.

You can join for 2 up to 12 week durations, year round, starting on a Sunday. The program is, however flexible with dates and can accommodate as well.

  • Program ID: # 2182
  • duration:
    1 to 2 Weeks
    2 Weeks to 1 Month
    1 to 3 Months
  • location:
    New Zealand
  • Fitness level:
    Moderately Fit
    Very Fit
  • Closest Airport:
    Delhi (DEL)
  • Costs From:
    $500 to $1000
    $1000 to $1500
    $1500 to $3000
  • Program Type:
    Community Development Projects
    Environmental & Wildlife Programs
    Learn Abroad
    Teach Overseas
    Women's & Youth Programs
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