Teach English to disabled children in Hanoi

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Giving love and care is the most meaningful act that humans can do. This program will give the volunteers the opportunity to make a social impact.


Como você vai ajudar

18 horas por semana

Ensinar idiomas: Ensine um idioma para hóspedes ou comunidades locais.


Recompensas

3 dias livres por semana

Quarto compartilhado: Conheça uma galera ficando em um quarto compartilhado.

Almoço: Você ganha um almoço delícia diariamente.

Jantar: Você ganha um jantar preparado com amor diariamente.

Lavanderia gratuita: A lavanderia é por nossa conta.

Bicicletas à vontade: Use nossas bikes à vonts, quando quiser.

Carona na chegada: Te buscamos e damos uma caroninha até aqui.

Aulas de idiomas: Aprenda ou melhore uma outra língua. Oh yeah.

Certificado: Ganhe um certificado de conclusão quando for embora.


Requisitos

Inglês Intermediário

Tem que ter pelo menos 18 anos


O que não está incluso

Passagens, seguro viagem, transporte e visto


Detalhes

Volunteers will be given a chance to help in providing the disabled children care, education, and restoration of mental health, which would enable them to find suitable jobs, build self-confidence and become more independent in their everyday lives. As they are absorbed into the community, their burden on their families in particular, and society as a whole, will diminish.

Besides early grade academic lessons, educational programs include physical education and therapy, yoga, painting and poetry. Their disabilities include Down’s syndrome, cerebral palsy, autism, children who are victims of Agent Orange, and various other mental disorders.


Atividades & Turnos

Weekdays:

7.30am: Breakfast and coffee with other volunteers.

8.00am: Volunteer and staff take transport to volunteer placement. You will be given a duty roster and a plan for your work. There is usually a tea break and a lunch break (11.30 am – 2.00 pm). Work hours vary and depend on your placement.

8.30am-4.00pm: Work at the placement usually ends. Volunteers are free to visit local sites or do some shopping. You may also want to hang out with the children until around 5.00pm.

7.30pm – 8.00pm: Dinner at the volunteer house.

Weekends:

During the weekend, volunteers have time off and usually just relax or take the opportunity to explore other parts of Hanoi and Vietnam. Long weekends can be taken to travel further afield and engage in interesting activities with the students such as homestay in the student’s home, trekking, swimming, sport, historical tours and scenic tours.


Regras

Having a medical background and/or experience in working with people with disabilities is an advantage, however, volunteers without experience will still be able to join in various activities as the students are always very keen to be around foreigners.