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Volunteer in Guatemala doing Healthcare work

El Proyecto 123

La Candelaria , Santa Rosa , Guatemala, Central America.
Accommodation Meals
91% response rate , 46 hour(s) response time.
We work with children ages 6 to 12 years offering basic English classes and environmental education.

Casa Guatemala

Rio Dulce, Guatemala, Central America.
Accommodation Meals
We are a children's village providing a safe home, education, nutrition, and health care for the vulnerable children of the remote and impoverished region of Rio Dulce, Guatemala.

We see organizational strengthening as an entity for overcoming and developing fully the communities, the most vulnerable organized groups or movements such as children, adolescents and youth, widowed women, single mothers, or women in situations of prostitution or prostitution.

Latest Reviews

"Hey! I wanted to share my experience in the project .. I got to teach English at school and because I had a background as a gymnastics trainer I could incorporate it in lessons. The ideas is welcomed on the pogram which gives room for anyone to truly offer what he knews and love best.
At first I was a bit afraid of teaching by myself in the classroom (I do not have a background as a teacher), but I soon realized that there was no reason for that - the children are charming and very eager to learn which makes the whole experience much more enjoyable and satisfying! I felt that even my basic knowledge helped them a lot.
I was staying with a family and it was great! From the first moment I arrived the family did everything to make me feel at home and as comfortable as possible, helped me with any problem or question I needed, and made all this experience even more positive and unforgettable."
22 days ago

An amazing experience! reviewed by Isobel Nicholson
"I arrived at Casa Guatemala intending to volunteer for 3 months, I ended up staying for over a year! If you are willing to work hard and embrace the experience it is incredibly rewarding. The children are warm, loving, entertaining and truly special! Be warned they will steal you heart and you won't get it back! Living in the jungle in basic conditions can be hard but once you embrace it, it is amazing! Living by candle light, waking up in the morning to the sounds of the jungle, walking back to the volunteer house at night at stopping to stare at the millions of stars and fireflies, it is a very magical place. If you want a life changing volunteer experience and are willing to put in the hard work, time and energy to achieve it, I would 100% recommend Casa Guatemala! "
on 25/04/2016