Teaching our children with creativity and happiness


El intercambio

As volunteers of the project, you would be fully in-charge of dispensing individual roles or tasks assigned in a local community. You could be working with the schools, cooperative group, farm, church or any segment of the local community where work is needed. The Mission Statement: to provide sustainable healthcare, educational and volunteer support to the identified communities in the Cordilleran region, Luzon, Philippines.


Title

25 Horas de ayuda por semana

Artes: Pintura profesional, escultura o dibujo.

Trabajo Social: Ayuda como voluntario en proyectos locales y comunidades.

Enseñar Deportes: Enseña o ayuda a huéspedes o comunidades a practicar un deporte nuevo.

Enseñar Idiomas: Da clases de idiomas a huéspedes o comunidades locales.


Que obtienes

2 dias libres por semana

Habitación privada: Tendrás una cama en un cuarto privado. Sí, un cuarto solo para ti.

Habitación compartida: Tendrás una cama en un cuarto compartido con otros viajeros.

Habitación del equipo: Tendrás una cama en un cuarto compartido con otras personas.

Desayuno: Tienes derecho a desayunos gratis cada día de tu estadía.

Almuerzo: Tienes derecho a almuerzos gratis cada día de tu estadía.

Cena: Tienes derecho a cenas gratis cada día de tu estadía.

Puedes usar libremente nuestra lavandería.: Hay un lugar especial donde se lava la ropa sin costo.

Utilice nuestra cocina equipada: Siéntete libre de usar nuestra cocina y preparar tu comida deliciosa.

Certificado: Obtén un certificado de culminación una vez que hayas terminado tu experiencia.


Requisitos

Inglés Intermedio o Tagalog/Filipino Intermedio

Más de 18 años

Admite voluntarios solos, parejas y dúos


Lo que no está incluído

Vuelos, Seguro de Viaje, Transporte Interno y Visa


Programa detallado


In 2016, I launched a project aimed at three primary goals, namely;

1. The interplay of social dynamics (socio-economic, religious and linguistic ) with groups of volunteers locals and foreign [traveling to various parts of the Philippines] and locals [Filipinos] who receive them as guests, communicate and interact on a specified travel time;
2. Integration to local or indigenous communities [or families] and understanding of various practices, customs and traditions;
3. Providing sustainable medical and educational support to marginalized indigenous communities through local and international aid.

Since December 2016, we have been going back to the Cordilleras and launched The Cordillera Project Philippines.


Actividades & Turnos

The Cordilleran mountainous charms and many customs are not just fascinating; they play a pivotal role in their daily life. With my several visits, I met like-minded Cordillerans who showed me the need to help their people in all aspects and forms. Education, [as indispensable as it is], is still served on a mediocre and destitute platter in areas like Basao, Belong, Dananao, , Sumadel (Tinglayan), San Francisco, San Pedro (Rizal), Mallong, Lacnog (Tabuk) and Chapyosen (Bontoc).


Reglas


WEATHER
The Kalinga province is generally warm and temperate. It can get colder at night in the villages. Kalinga temperature can drop to 10 degrees celsius from November to February.

DRESS CODE
It is imperative to dress appropriately when meeting the local people, visiting schools and communities. Generally, the people of the Cordillera are conservative.

FLEXIBILITY
Infrastructure is one of the major issues in the Philippines. Going to the remote villages in the mountains of the Cordilleras requires a great deal of patience and will.

FILIPINO TIME
The Filipino culture is known to be extremely warm and laid-back. This translates to every aspect of life including time.

RESPECT
Given that we are visitors in this area, we ask that volunteers be respectful towards the Kalingan people (and Cordillerans as a whole), their local customs and land.