Volunteer in Vietnam with IVI - Charity & Non Profit Org
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Experience the amazing culture and lifestyle of Vietnam. IVI have a range of meaningful projects that will help you connect with like minded people from all over the world while helping to support local communities. With over 33 years of volunteering overseas, you can count on IVI to make your next trip unforgettable.
All programs include arrival airport transfers, accommodation, meals, 24/7 local support, orientation, and Certificate of Completion. We offer safe, reliable and impactful programs, helping communities in need around the globe.
Have a lasting impact on local communities by volunteering with IVI. We are dedicated to giving volunteers true and authentic experiences.
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- IVI has 33+ Years Experience - Offering Affordable and Trusted Programs.
- Charity & Non Profit Organisation
- Year-round Programs, starting every Monday
- Over 25,000+ Volunteers placed worldwide.
- Excellent Support, Safety Record and Testimonies
Incredible opportunity to shadow medical professionals such as nurses, doctors, and specialist therapists. The hospital has a physiotherapy department, children’s ward, x-ray ward, operating theatre and emergency room, all of which you can get involved with. You may also have an opportunity to observe staff in the acupuncture and occupational/physical therapy departments.
Teach English in Ho Chi Minh city. You'll be teaching university students aged 18-24 who are very eager to learn from you. Help assist local teachers in teaching conversational skills, as well as sentence forming and structure building.
Help support a local NGO that provides low cost meals for locals who need affordable, quality meals. The NGO relies on donations to survive and volunteers can provide an essential assistence to this project. You will be preparing and serving meals to people in need. This is a really rewarding project!
You will volunteer at a children’s home that cares for 20-25 Vietnamese children, who have a variety of disabilities. Your main role as a volunteer is to play with the kids and care for them. Your daily roles include comforting the children, playing games, and interacting with them. Previous experience in this field would be helpful but not essential.