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Volunteer in South East Asia doing Web Work

Teatro Angeleño, Inc.

Volunteer in a community Theater, teaching Arts and Drama!

Angeles City, Philippines, South East Asia.
69% response rate , 17 hour(s) response time.
Educational Community Theater in Angeles City, Philippines

86% response rate
JWOC develops projects in Southeast Asia that reduce poverty levels, increase educational and economic opportunities, and empower recipients and supporters, inspiring ongoing social change.

Khmer New Generation Organization

Battambang, Cambodia, South East Asia.
Accommodation Meals
89% response rate , 49 hour(s) response time.
KNGO provides free English, computer skills and supplementary Khmer literacy and mathematics classes to the children of Bospo Village and surrounding areas.

We are a Cambodian registered wildlife conservation NGO that works with rural communities and the royal government of Cambodia to preserve the wildlife and nature resources in the Northern Plains of Cambodia and Tonle Sap Floodplains.

Thailand Teach

Bang Rachan, Thailand, South East Asia.
Accommodation Meals
100% response rate
Local volunteers working together with rural temple schools and our community in Thailand.

VDCA is an officially registered Cambodian NGO, offering free education and community programs to underprivileged children and families in Siem Reap and rural areas.

Yaowawit School

Accommodation Meals
Yaowawit School is providing home and quality education for children from underprivileged backgrounds

93% response rate
Slukat Learning Center (SLC), founded in 2007, is a registered non profit organization that provides free after school education for the children in the Gianyar village. It is a new model for combining Balinese and expatriate forces to provide opportunities for the children.

The Eco-Soap Bank collects and sanitizes millions of bars of unused soap from the Cambodian hotel industry and redistributes them to communities in need of improved hygiene and sanitation.

FundLife believe every child deserves a right to dream.

Latest Reviews


Theater reviewed by GianPanlilio Vlogs
"Theater is a collaborative form of fine art that uses live performers, typically actors or actresses, to present the experience of a real or imagined event before a live audience in a specific place, often a stage. and i have learned so many things about theater because of Sir John's learning's that he taught us and that make me love theater so much it's not boring it's exciting and you can learn so many things about it if you join so join us in discovering theater"
13 days ago

Invaluable experience reviewed by sylvia wong
"I was with the JWOC team for 3 weeks in February this year to support the free English classes and it was such an invaluable experience in my life.

I knew JWOC since June 2016 when I was travelling to Siem Reap and met a scholarship student at a hotel restaurant, who shared with me how JWOC sponsored him for undergraduate studies - which has actually given him more opportunities to be self-sufficient and be able to work in the thriving hospitality industry in Cambodia. I was inspired and started to look into the good work JWOC has been giving to the Khmer community - with the idea of reducing poverty level through educations, and develop future leaders for tomorrow!

JWOC has a team of passionate teachers/co-workers, structured programs for the community/free classes/communications, transparent financial documents for the donations spent, as well as knowledgeable volunteers - mostly scholarship students who give their time back to the organisation on their free time.

The kids whom I served ranged from 6-15 years old and they normally come before/after their normal 3-hour public school classes. You will be inspired by how eager they are willing to learn, their innocence and how much they love to be at JWOC to spend time with the teachers and kids every day.

JWOC team - thank you for all of your love and effort made in the Cambodian community and making things happen!
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on 20/07/2017