The Philippines consists of more than 7000 stunning islands but it is also a very poor country. Poverty is most severe and widespread in rural areas, with more than a third of the people in the Philippines living in poverty. You can help in many ways.
IVI Projects in the Philippines:
- Primary & Kindergarten Teaching
- Street Children Support
- Nutrition & Public Health
- Rural Healthcare
- Medical Internships
- Envoirmental Conservation
- Agriculture & Fishing
IVI is a Charity & Non Profit Org, dedicated to giving volunteers a real and authentic experience. Our projects are sustainable, meaningful and impactful. Help make a genuine and lasting difference on your next trip abroad.
- IVI has 30+ Years Experience - Offering Affordable and Trusted Programs.
- Comfortable and Safe Accommodation (home stay or volunteer house).
- Over 25,000+ Volunteers Placed Worldwide.
- Amazing Support & Safety Record.
- 20 Countries & over 100 projects.
Help out the local staff at kindergartens in Palawan. Be sure to bring along your energy and enthusiasm as you will be volunteering with young children aged 3-6 years. You will assist the kindergarten staff with daily tasks such as feeding the kids, playing with them and providing one-on-one attention to the young children, as well as teaching them basic English.
Volunteer in rural healthcare projects on the tropical island of Palawan Philippines. Here, the village medical center is one of serves the local community where you will be welcomed and greatly appreciated by the local staff and patients.
Play a critical role in local public health projects to combat hunger in preschool children through supplementary feeding programs and nutritional education for families and community workers in a society which is now rampant with chronic heart disease, diabetes, vitamin A deficiency, PEM and mal-nourishment due to unhealthy diets.
Teach English to Primary school children in Leyte or Palawan. Unfortunately, many rural elementary schools are overcrowded and lack sufficient textbooks and teaching material. Often, the only classroom equipment available is a blackboard. Children are often squeezed into small classrooms, and most schools do not have a library. Given the dire condition of our rural elementary schools, volunteers will be providing valuable support to overburdened teachers.