Ethiopia Volunteer Program
Volunteers will be responsible for teaching the children with a focus on English and mathematics.
- Program ID: #2335
- Location: Addis AbabaEthiopia9° 2' 13.2108" N, 38° 44' 55.6044" EET
Experience Life in Kenya: Feed, Teach, Play
Through our centres and community projects in Kenya, One Horizon offers a unique opportunity for you to contribute something back to society and make a difference in people’s lives. If you only have a week or less that you can spare, a 3-day One Horizon experience in Kenya is for you. And you can bring your entire family, from the youngest to the oldest. It’s not a backpacking or tour bus experience. You will experience things that most people never do.
- Program ID: #2299
- Location: NairobiKenya1° 16' 27.5124" S, 36° 48' 54.6696" EKE
Medical & Health Program in Zambia
Love Volunteer’s partner works with several busy clinics and hospitals. The duties assigned to medical volunteers depend on the individual’s interests and expertise. Medical students who take up volunteering on this program gain an invaluable opportunity to increase their medical experience by working in local clinics and hospitals. Many of the clinics are struggling to cope with an HIV epidemic in Zambia. Volunteers assist the medical staff with various duties and responsibilities and this badly needed help with the Zambia Aids crisis contributes directly to improving the population's health in Zambia.
Teaching Program in Zambia
Those volunteering in Zambia to teach will often be assisting local teachers in delivering various subjects. Among these are mathematics, science, geography, social sciences, history, business studies, art, music, as well as English. Neither formal teacher training nor teaching experience is demanded of those wishing to be volunteer teachers in Zambia. The programs take place in schools where the students come from very difficult economic circumstances or are orphans.
Working With Children in Uganda
The work usually undertaken by volunteers in Uganda orphanages entails organising play, assisting with arts and crafts, and helping with feeding, hygiene and HIV/AIDS education. Volunteers in Uganda may be involved in some administrative tasks such as preparing budgets, writing proposals, and setting up and maintaining the children’s personal files.