Humana People to People Belize (HPPB)

Bella Vista, Belize, Central America
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We are a non-governmental organization centered in grassroots community development projects in Belize, since 2007.

Volunteering Activities

Agriculture Work
Human Rights Work
Women Empowerment

What We Need

HPPB's projects focus on one or more thematic areas: Community Development, Sustainable agriculture, and environment, Health and Education. Volunteers will be part of the implementation of different projects active in the community where they live.

For the most part, volunteers will work with students, women and farmer groups.

When & Who

Year-round. We prefer that applicants start volunteering sometime between February and November.
Yes, we require a minimum of 3 Months
Its recommended that volunteers stay at least 3 months as it takes time to adapt a new community and to start to get to know different community groups. The maximum length of the volunteer service is 9 months.
Individuals, Groups

What we Provide

Types: Volunteer House

Volunteers live and work in villages where projects are being implemented.

As other villagers, volunteers will live together in small houses that are usually built with traditional materials (made of wood and thatched roofs) and have basic furniture.

Local SIM Card
Hospital Transport

Our Fees

$15 daily

Daily fees provide volunteers with housing with basic furniture plus bus-fare refunds and work materials to carry out approved project activities. NOTE: Volunteers are responsible for food, leisure, visa, and health-related expenses, during their stay.

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More Services we Offer

May have additional fees

Contact Person

Andrea Perez
Project Office: Bella Vista Village (near Reyes Guest House), Toledo District, Belize, Bella Vista, Belize.
86% response rate , 67 hour(s) response time.

Other Ways to Help

Workshop materials are always welcomed as well as supplies to do small income-generating activities with youth and women groups.

Additional Info about Us

20 to 50 people

HPPB's staff is either implementing or monitoring development projects.


Weather is warm throughout the year, bring clothing for hot weather and the outdoors as well as mosquito protection.

Volunteers need to have their own health insurance and/or pay for medical attention.

Consumption of drugs/alcohol and intimate/sexual relationships with community members is not allowed during the volunteer service. Non-compliance with these restrictions and lack of active participation in the project activities can lead to the termination of the volunteering agreement.

Volunteers are required to buy and cook their own food, during their stay.

Activities change slightly during summer vacation in July and August when summer camps for children and youth are implemented.

HPPB has experience working with local and international volunteers. Since 2010, every year 2 to 6 international volunteers immerse themselves in Belizean communities and actively collaborate in the implementation of HPPB’s projects.

On average we collaborate with 3 to 4 local volunteers in each community. Local volunteers are usually project beneficiaries that are passionate about development and possess the traits of leaders and activists.