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Sustainable World Initiatives (S. W. I) is a youth Organization which deals with different humanitarian activities which aim to help the community They engaged in Life Skill Education to children, Charity projects with disabilities, Orphans, Elders and Women as well as Environmental Conservation Welcome to Join this Organisation for a great experience which you will forever remind it.Learn more
The Samaritan Education Center is a free public school where opens doors for any children. In our team, 2 teachers and 3 helpers who work full time and they receive salaries monthly. Most of the income that the project is getting from volunteers contribution which is ($10 per day) we split for their accommodation/food, salaries for the team and for school materials.
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12 Meeting locals
11 Immersing in the local culture
11 Creating true social impact
8 Developing social awareness
8 Practicing English
7 Meeting international travelers
This is a family. You will enter a real deep cultural profound experience. Will interact with locals and teach others, providing useful knowledges for them to grow and create a bigger impact in society. They really do need your help. If you arrive with motivation to make the difference, you will have plenty of activities to do. Emmanuel is a unique and kind host, get ready to arrive home.
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13 days ago
It was great. Best aspects were clarly Emma's flexibility, his immense effort to help us in everything we need and his open posture to accept ideas for the school. OTOH some aspects can be improved to get the most of volunteers´presence there. Also during our stay, there was a very negative situation in which I hope Emma will try to prevent it from happening again. To sum up, I´m very happy with the experience since it made me feel part of Emma´s family and Chamazi, among the 8 volunteers we made a great group and if you go with own initiative you can do lot of good.
Open to any doubt :)
18 days ago
Thank you Mr Carlos for your feedback and I appreciate your point of views. Because I had a big group of volunteers ( 8Volunteers) was difficult to manage all by my self, I trusted friends and gave them opportunity to youth to get involved with our volunteers and teach our culture, traditional and showing around in the city, and getting our volunteer s immersed in our culture.
Unfortunately they were not good friends they just pretended they were good but they caused problems to our volunteers at the end. I will take your advice very positively and situation like this will not happen again. Now everything is going well and I manage the school, accommodation and trusted people around our project.
I had a great time at samaritans, I think it’s a very good project for the kids in the community and Emma and his family are good hearted people, they made me feel at home.
I liked Emma's way of relating to the children a lot, he’s very patient and you can tell that he enjoys what he does, also mama Britty’s food is delicious.
I definitely recommend this experience.
5 months ago
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