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Volunteer in Guatemala in Women Empowerment

RIDO

Summer 2018: Join a Group of Volunteers to help make a Ugandan Community Self-Sustainable

Masaksa, Uganda.
July 1 - July 15, 2018
RIDO (Rural Integrated Development Organization) is a Non-Profit Community-Based Organization located in the Masaka District of Uganda. Established in 2007 to spread awareness about HIV/AIDS prevention to the grassroots communities, RIDO expanded its activities to tackling environmental issues working hand in hand with local communities of Masaka. In partnership with these communities, our current efforts are in addressing a variety of development issues they have identified. Their most pressing issues are poor health, environmental conservation, lack of skills for development and poverty. Together with the communities some of the projects we are working on are the construction of underground water tanks, energy saving stoves, vegetable gardens, tree planting and skills development. RIDO aims to improve the livelihood status of the rural-based people of Kyesiiga and other communities in Masaka while working with women and youth and giving support to the most vulnerable in the community.

One Heart Christian Foundation

Summer 2018 - experience life in rural South Africa with a group from all over the world!

Cape Town, South Africa.
July 15 - August 4, 2018
Experience life in rural South Africa with a group of volunteers from all over the world! Assist teachers in the classroom, help coordinate Outreach Programs, and more.
100% response rate
We are a registered Guatemalan NGO created to implement sustainable solutions to environmental hazards threatening the health and economy of the Maya living in the Lake Atitlan drainage basin.

100% response rate
Mayan institution Ochoch Hik´eek is an educational institution aiming to contribute towards the formation of the future leaders who will work looking for the solutions to community problems, appreciate the human rights of Mayan land, in the framework of the multicultural state of 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.