Ayuda y colabora solo por algunas horas a la semana.
Da clases de idiomas a huéspedes o en una comunidad local.
Ayuda a la comunidad local.
Toma fotos increíbles.
Un tiempo libre para explorar la cuidad o descansa un rato.
Preparate para conocer gente mientras te alojas en una habitación compartida.
Obtén tu desayuno gratis, la comida más importante del día.
El almuerzo gratis está servido para todos, consigue el tuyo!
Ten tu cena gratis antes de ir a dormir.
Hay un lugar especial donde se lava la ropa sin costo.
El equipo de Worldpackers te guiará y aconsejará antes, durante y después de tu viaje.
Todos los anfitriones de la comunidad son verificados y aprobados por nuestro equipo.
¿Algo ha sido diferente a lo acordado? Ponte en contacto con nuestro equipo.Leer más
Worldpackers will stay in touch with me, find out more about our children's lives, their strengths and weaknesses in education, do jobs around the school, tutor children who need help with different subjects, take photographs/videos for fundraising purposes, assist with health checks up for the children, and improve meal plans. Feel free to try your own ideas too!Leer más
Más de 18 años
Vuelos, Seguro de Viaje, Transporte Interno y Visa
After 3 months in Makuyu, I feel thankful because I achieved what I was expecting.
I came here to serve and help in any task; it didn't matter if it was to clean, sweep floors, wash clothes or even a toilet. Everything was for the kids and thats what really matters.
I also learnt how to cook traditional food, went to church and school with the kids, watch movies, play and share with them. I also tried to do my best during nights, assisting teaching math, english, science or even social studies. I also learnt a lot of swahili words.
This is the perfect place to live a simple life.
Meeting the children of MEI was one of the most intense experiences of my life, a mixture of feelings during the three months I spent there helped me to evolve in every way.
I will take friends from home, volunteers and children always at heart. Go from the open heart and learn from these children what happiness is.
About security, infrastructure, donations, staff, activities and food, feel free to send me messages. (some details are important to know to avoid surprises).
Already leaves there feeling miss...
The biggest problem with this project is the absence of warnings or description of what the job really is. Mostly the volunteer job is cleaning the floor in a very ancient way and washing the kid’s clothes. The infrastructure is quite bad as well: no running water, no toilets but a hole in the ground. To take showers you use a bucket and the water comes from rain or the water well. You have to buy things as toilet paper and drinking water, some food as well. You do your own laundry using your own stuff. That being said the kids are THE BEST and if you are up to the chalenges, they are worth it
I have mixed feelings about the experience I had in Makuyu. First of all, I have to point out that the kids are amazing and I got really attached to them. That was for sure the bright side of the trip. On the other hand, I felt volunteers were not really useful. We just helped washing the clothes (by hand) and cleaning the floor every morning. It was hard to get involved with teaching. Also, I didn't feel very welcome (the only people who showed me around were the other volunteers) or safe walking around the school/village as a solo female. If you want to know more, feel free to send me a mess
We are very transparent, accountable, and efficient organization that deeply cares about the children and wants to make a real difference in their lives.Sobre el anfitrión