CADIP

CADIP

About

Canadian Alliance for Development Initiatives and Projects (CADIP) is a non-profit organization. It has no religious or political affiliation. Through various charity, volunteer and youth initiatives, CADIP promotes peace, cooperation, tolerance and understanding in multi-cultural, multi-ethnic and international surroundings.

CADIP organizes volunteer service projects (international workcamps) in field of charity work in favor of children and youth from underprivileged and disadvantaged background, care for people with special needs, environmental protection, restoration and conservation work, cultural events and festivities, etc. Each year CADIP has over 2000 volunteer opportunities in Canada, Bolivia, France, Colombia, Indonesia, Bulgaria, Costa Rica, China, Iceland, Kenya, India, Italy, Botswana, Korea, Mexico, Peru, Vietnam, Spain, Nepal, Indonesia, Tanzania, Thailand, Togo, Turkey, Zambia, Uganda...

Website
www.cadip.org

Reviews

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Jacob
9/10
Yes, I recommend this program

Studying in Christchurch, NZ was easily the greatest experience of my entire life. I was able to further my chemical engineering education in a unique system of challenging courses while having the opportunity to explore some of the most beautiful places in the entire world!! I met lots of Kiwis through classes and clubs that provided me with many authentic experiences. I helped out on a sheep farm, surfed, cheered on the local rugby team, drank heaps of flat whites, climbed mountains, and saw some incredible wildlife. Studying abroad in New Zealand provides an opportunity for growth on so many levels. I am so grateful for this experience as it has changed the entire scope in which I view life.

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Shubneet
10/10
Yes, I recommend this program

I love children. And to work with them. It creates patience level in me. I am a student of early childhood education. I choose this program to learn more about children. I feel so glad if i get a chance to work with children. Thank you so much. God bless you all who start this work.
I have done bachelor degree in home science and fine arts as well as in English from India. There i went to the orphanage sometime with my friends. We donate for them. In Canada, i have done volunteer and part time work in daycare of Richmond. Just to familiar with all stuff. It was interesting.

What would you improve about this program?
Just be patient and polite with children. Just give them a chance to do first.

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