Hope for Community Development and Consultancy Organisation
What We Need
Teaching kids,youths and women.
organising sports,training to Youths and women regarding vocational training and entrepreneurship skills,construction.working at the hospital
When & Who
What we Provide
we do arrange Meals and Accommodation but volunteers will contribute something small to cater for Accommodation and Meals
Breakfast, lunch and Dinner or evening tea or coffee
Upon arrival, volunteers will be picked up from the airport or other specified location by Hope Academy staff and placed with carefully selected local hosting families. Three meals will be provided daily. The Hope Academy staff will provide briefing, training on local culture and a tour of the community to help volunteers settle. The staff will accompany the volunteers until they feel comfortable, safe and settled.
We ask for a donation to cover the the cost of airport pick-up, orientation, accommodations, food, administration and security.
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More Services we Offer
Other Ways to Help
The program aim to equip volunteer with different knowledge and skills pertaining to traditional cooking class,
pencils,pens, crayons,clothes,shoes,computers,laptops,I pads,books
Additional Info about Us
Teaching kids and Administration
Hope for Community Development and Consultancy Organization (HOCODECO)
HOCODECO was created in 2008 to serve the community through the provision of education and human rights advocacy. We aim to shine light where there is darkness, encourage hope where there is despair and to provide children with skills and knowledge so that they can achieve a better future.
Our vision is to bring hope to those who are living without hope and to bring light to those who are living in darkness, through:
Establishing and managing academic training centers, libraries and institutions;
Providing sponsorship and support to vulnerable children;
Discovering and developing the talent within every child;
Conducting seminars, workshops and meetings for community members on all issues relating to community development and advocacy; and
Providing counseling and equipping the vulnerable, by offering them life skills training and material support, so that they can become self-sufficient.