Volunteers in Ghana with our wonderful in-country team. Our team at IVI is well established and doing amazing things to help combat poverty and inequality in areas of need. In Ghana, you can be assured of safe, quality volunteer experience with many international volunteers from around the globe.
Do something you’ll remember for the rest of your life! Give back and experience Ghana as a local with Involvement Volunteers International.
You can choose between:
- English teaching & Sports Coaching
- Medical Clinic Volunteering
- Physiotherapy Internship
- Journalism Internship
- Teaching Art & Design
- 7 Meaningful Projects to Choose from in Ghana.
- Incredible In-Country Support & 24/7 Assistance.
- Non Profit Org & Charity with 30+ Years Experience.
- Amazing Support & Safety Record.
- Responsible, Immersive & Affordable Projects.
Take your love of sports or coaching and give back to local youths in Ghana! Teach them the basic rules, strategies and everything else to do with your chosen sport. The kids here love anything energetic and competitive and you can be of great inspiration to them, as well as providing valuable knowledge and advice. Assist with training sessions, organise matches with other clubs, and teach with a variety of skill levels.
This is an exciting opportunity to gain valuable journalism and media experience, through work experience at newspapers, TV centres, and radio stations in Ghana. Learn about the local industry, while helping to support underfunded and understaffed newspapers, TV networks and radio stations. Work with local journalists, and learn from their guidance, whilst gaining new skills and insights.
Teach eager to learn students and help improve their education, as a teacher in Ghana! Take this opportunity to teach subjects like Math, English, History and Science, at schools in Accra. You will also be encouraged to take part in other activities such as art and design, drama, music, sports or the production of a school newspaper.
Provide well needed support and assistance to medical staff in local hospitals and clinics in rural parts of Ghana. Medical care is actually quite good in the major cities such as Accra, but in rural parts there is a major shortage of qualified medical professionals. You'll assist medical staff as they deliver essential treatment to patients.