IVHQ offers 3 projects around Africa focusing on the education and professional development of local women. In Kenya and Uganda, volunteers work with women affected by HIV/AIDS, and provide assistance through income-generating projects, education and skills training. Many of the women's groups are involved in craft-making through basket weaving, sewing, tailoring and jewelry-making, and the crafts which they make are then sold in order to generate income and provide for their families.
The IVHQ Women's Education project in Morocco, aims to enable local Moroccan women to improve their literacy levels and to provide them with professional development opportunities. Volunteers in Morocco will focus primarily on education and teaching.
Learn more about IVHQ's affordable Women's Education volunteer projects below.
Kenya: Volunteers work with local women in and around Nairobi. Programs begin on the 1st and 15th of every month and last 1-12 weeks.
Morocco: Volunteers work with local organizations in Rabat, or in rural Moroccan villages and can begin their project on the first and third Monday of each month, for durations ranging from 2-12 weeks.
Uganda: Based in the town of Mutango, Women's Education volunteers in Uganda can begin the first and third Monday of each month for durations ranging from 1-24 weeks.
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