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Volunteer in Africa doing Administration work

TANF GHANA

Accra, Ghana, Africa.
Accommodation Meals
84% response rate , 10 hour(s) response time.
TANF supports the neediest people within Ghana, by providing them with an education and access to health care. We believe this is an investment into a brighter future for our country.

98% response rate , 8 hour(s) response time.
YAAPHA (YOUTH IN ACTION AGAINST POVERTY AND HIV/AIDS) is a non profit organization working in Tanzania main land.Established in 2010 and got registered in July 2011. YAAPHA operates in Kilimanjaro, Tabora and Kigoma Regions.

Mawulolo Youth Network

Accra, Ghana, Africa.
Accommodation Meals
58% response rate , 40 hour(s) response time.
Our org is run by a group of passionate and determined people from varied walks of life. Each board member is committed to reaching out to their community and helping the less fortunate by tapping into any creative force within them, mentoring and providing the necessary and basic tools for success.

100% response rate , 34 hour(s) response time.
RUDEC-Rural Development Centre is a business enterprise that focuses on children, women and the environmental protection with focuses on tourism development as a project

KAASO Uganda

Kyotera, Uganda, Africa.
Accommodation Meals
79% response rate , 62 hour(s) response time.
St. Paul KAASO (Kabira Adult Attention & School for Orphans) is a unique community project in Uganda that provides education and mentorship to children in one of the areas hardest-hit by the HIV/AIDS crisis.

Trust Future Uganda

Kampala, Uganda, Africa.
Accommodation Meals
85% response rate , 34 hour(s) response time.
we are a charity organization working in wakiso, uganda

Destiny Community School

Lusaka, Zambia, Africa.
Accommodation Meals
We are a charity providing education to the orphaned & Vulnerable Children in Zambia

CIAFDO

Help empower communities through agriculture and skills training!

Mwanza, Tanzania, Africa.
Accommodation Meals
CIAFDO is non government organization aims to empower women,youth,children nd vulnarable groups in Tanzania through Agriculture,Health,Education, Water and Law sectors

Lola Kenya Screen

Help Promote Creativity Through Cinema and Art!

Nairobi, Kenya, Africa.
Movie and Arts Festival and Skills-Development and Marketing Platform for Children and Youth in Eastern Africa

100% response rate , 11 hour(s) response time.
We provide a platform for groups/volunteers/ to be involve in group educational activities that focuses on issues related to intercultural communication, development issues in the host communities and larger issues related to international development while learning our culture and way of lifestyle

Latest Reviews


Priceless two months volunteering with TANF reviewed by Brittany Wiafe
"Hi! My name is Brittany Wiafe, a student at the University of North Carolina. I had the amazing opportunity to spend two months volunteering with the Anidaso Nsae Foundation. The time I spent volunteering was truly remarkable. I worked as a medical volunteer in the Senya Health Care center in Senya Breaku (about a 2 hour drive outside of Accra). I spent weekdays at the clinic, after the work day I was able to go to Becky’s Home (a local orphanage) or just chill, and on weekends I was able to travel the Ghana!
The departments of the clinic I spent considerable time in included outpatient delivery, maternity, lab, reproductive child health, records, and consulting. In each department, I got to learn so much about not only the medical practices that occurred, but also about the health problems afflicting the community. From this, I saw the problems Senya faces with the prevalence of malaria, hypertension, and unplanned pregnancy. With these problems realized, I was able to work with other medical volunteers to hold health education and medical screening events. The first was a family planning education event. In this, we targeted the women of the community and discussed the benefits of family planning and debunked some of the misconceptions holding women back from using contraceptives. The next was a malaria screening event held in Wiae, a village in the Northern Region of Ghana. We heard of the major health risks of the community, including a high prevalence of malaria, snake bites, and water borne disease, and decided to fundraise for the trip up to Wiae to help as much as we could. We ended up testing around 1,200 people for malaria (of which, close to 50% were positive), dressed wounds, wrote referrals for health risks, were able to provide malaria medicine to all that were positive and deworming medicine to all that attended. At this screening, we also discussed with the community members present ways to prevent malaria, snake bites, and hygienic practices to decrease the prevalence of water borne disease. In my last week in Senya, I was also able to go to a local school to discuss the aspects of healthy relationships. Walking around Senya, you see a few of concerning relationships where the health of the women involved is questionable. It was my hope that with this education, I could equip the younger generation with the tools to stop these concerning relationships.
I also greatly enjoyed the time I was able to spend away from the clinic. The reproductive health units and mental health units hold community outreach events during the week that volunteers are welcome to join. I was able to attend a couple and would definitely recommend them! I also was able to grade papers at a local school for a couple days. This perspective on the community was eye-opening to see. In this, I became aware of the great job the educators in Senya were doing and how many more children need to be enrolled in school. I also grew attached to the children at Becky’s Home. They are ALWAYS overjoyed to see volunteers and the time I spent with them meant so much to me. In my free time, I also was able to take Twi lessons taught by a teacher at the local school. This meant a lot to me because my parents are Ghanaian and I have always wanted to learn my mother tongue. I also could hold conversations with patients, the kids at the home, and community members easier through these lessons. On the weekends, my destinations included Cape Coast, Kumasi, Accra, Wli Waterfalls, and local beaches. I would recommend each of the places I was able to visit!

Of course, my two months did not come without trouble. I had to adjust to bucket baths and no running water. There were times the food portions didn’t quite meet my appetite. There were sometimes one too many volunteers at the medical clinic limiting the work one could do. Despite these troubles, I would not trade my time in Senya for anything. I was able to connect to my culture and passions so easily in this environment. I know I will be back to Senya and would recommend TANF to someone looking for a life-changing volunteer experience. Laud was also a pleasure to work with and will respond promptly to any problem you may face. If you have questions, feel free to ask Laud for my contact to chat more!
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on 20/07/2017

Online Support Volunteer reviewed by Douglas Riddle
"I worked as an online volunteer with YAAPHA , I had worked as a Website developer and logo Designer for about 3 months with full assistance of Peter Bundala The project Coordinator.
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21 days ago