The goals of the project are:
• Provide high-quality education in English, language, improve the
creativity, learn new sports and play in gender equality to children
from the most vulnerable areas of the country
• Improve knowledge management in the English Language with the
local teacher through interaction with English speaking volunteer.
• Volunteer provide a space for practice and perfecting the Spanish
• Open spaces of cultural exchanges between Peru and the various
• Housing with a local family
• Training (opening, cultural, teaching)
• Spanish classes
Since December 2016, Peru has been facing several rains on the coast of the country. This has given way to multiple floods
Trujillo has putted up with 7 floods, which have left pain and multiple losses. As of March 23th, the SINPAD “Sistema de Información Nacional para la Respuesta y Rehabilitación ,” have reported 111,283 victims; 672,892 affected and 85 died. 13,072 homes have collapsed and 153,829 are affected.
At this emergency we have been providing humanitarian support in the affected areas as you can see here http://sayariyperu.org/es/peru-ayuda-inundacion-flood-relief/
Now kids are back at school a month delay, they have to learn about what have happen and learn to take care of the environment.
This is why we are looking for volunteers to teach at Local School. We want to provide some English Classes, Art, Sports and create a project related to global warming and how to take care of the environment.
We are looking for passionate volunteers who want to work with kids who have faced this big Natural Phenomenon and want to work with them in this resilience period.
We are a Peruvian non-profit organisation that works with disadvantaged communities by building with them a suitable place where their children can grow up without violence, respect for themselves and the environment, equal opportunities and with the memory of their history and culture.
$ 360.00 Monthly
El Porvenir is one of the oldest districts of Trujillo. It underwent a major economic growth in the late 80s, when most large shoe factories were forced to close in the country (as a result of the economic crisis and because of the strong competition from informal producers). Many factory workers from the city of Trujillo had their own shoemaking workshop in El Porvenir and therefore started producing and selling shoes from there. Most of the footwear in Peru have been created and produced in El Porvenir since then. It is now regarded as “The Capital of Shoes”.
This activity continues to attract many interior migrants who live outside the district, where the living conditions are far from adequate. When they settle down, the migrants – women, men and children – do not have any economic resources and live in invaded areas where there are no basic services and many needs. For such needs, we seek to work with the migrant families and to accompany them in their adaptation, growth and change. We help them build a new community and safe place to grow. It is the reason why they came to the city. But we also help them stay connected to their own culture.
Here you can find our Wish List.