BLESS organization helps 6 villages around our camp, near Pondicherry, in Tamil Nadu state. These populations don't have access to proper sanitation or health assistance so the health problems are common, misevaluated and, specially, preventable. If you have any health related degree or experience you will be really helpful! Tasks start from hygienic habits promotion to medical consultations, or even with helping in building new toilets.
6 hours of help per day
Child Care: Get a new purpose in life educating and caring for children
Social Work: Help the local community.
2 days off per week
Private Room: Have a private room to chill and relax just by yourself.
Shared Dorm: Be ready to meet people while staying in a shared dorm.
Breakfast: Get your free breakfast, the most important meal of the day.
Lunch: Free lunch is served y'all, get yours!
Dinner: Have your free dinner before going to bed.
Free Laundry: There's a special place where all the clothes get cleaned for free.
Pick Up: No worries! Get a free ride to get to our place.
Certificate: Get a certificate of completion after you finish your experience.
Between 18 and 80 years old
Flights, Travel Insurance, Internal Transportation and Visa
You just need to arrive and have a helpful mentality! We offer you accommodation in our complex, where is also located the children's home, the daily meals in the traditional Tamil Nadu way and we will pick you up at the airport, if needed. More than that, you are free to explore the beautiful city of Pondicherry, which is close by.
The activities will be the ones you feel you fit better into.
If you have experience in promoting hygienic habits, if you are (or you are studying to be) a doctor, nurse, public health specialist or you have any other important knowledge about rural health improvement, you are definitely welcome to talk to us. Together we should plan the best way for you to be really useful for the ones who need it.
More than that, you can also collaborate with our Children's Home, located in the BLESS complex, attending for the health of the 60 unprivileged children living there.