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Volunteering in South Africa gives participants a first hand experience of a new nation working towards a vision of unity and prosperity.

Main Features

  • Orientation in Cape Town.
  • Introduction to local language, customs & culture.
  • Accommodation with a local family or on the project site.
  • Projects:  Community Development, Education, Childcare, Conservation, Enviorment.
  • From 4 to 24 weeks.

Volunteer in Ghana

Experience "Akwaaba" (a warm welcome) in West Africa's peaceful and vibrant Ghana.

Give your support to worthwhile projects;

Caring for children in residential care homes,

Main Features

  • Personalised project selection
  • PreDeparture workshop included
  • Orientation workshop in Ghana
  • Transfer to Host community
  • 24/7 local support
  • EIL Emergency support
  • Accomodation: Host Family
  • Projects: Teaching, Welfare, Health Care
  • Optional Drumming, Dance, Language and Craft workshops
  • From 4 to 24 weeks
  • Personal Debriefing
  • Group Debrieifng Workshop
  • Eligible for Global Citizen Award

Brian Hughes from Dungarvan traveled to Ghana

Volunteer in Vietnam

Experience spectacular landscapes, 3,400 km of divine beaches, mountain regions with lush vegetation and charming lakes. Vietnam offers an opportunity to see a country of traditional charm and rapidly opening up to the outside world. 

Main Features

  • Pre-departure workshop included
  • Airport pickup & orientation on arrival
  • Placements available in Ho Chi Minh or Hanoi
  • Accommodation: Volunteer house (shared bedroom with intl volunteers)
  • Projects: Teaching, Welfare, Childcare
  • Staff on site at all times
  • EIL emergency support
  • From 3 to 12 weeks
  • Personal Debriefing
  • Group Debriefing workshop
  • Eligible for Global Citizen Award

The Phuc Tue Caring Center

Children at a local welfare project in Ho Chi Minh.

Whether it is the excitement and energy of Bangkok or the beautiful beaches and islands dotted around the coast, Thailand has long held a draw for travellers to South East Asia.

Main Features

  • Orientation on arrival in Chiang Mai
  • Accommodation in a Volunteer house (shared bedroom)
  • Projects: Art, Education, Working with children with disabilities, HIV/AIDS awareness raising, Animal welfare, Enviornmental

Thailand Vol House

The Himalayan kingdom of Nepal is renowned for its breathtaking scenery, its rich cultural heritage and its friendly people. A small country wedged between India and China, it contains 8 of the world’s 10 highest peaks, including Mount Everest.

Main Features

Guatemala is a country steeped in history and traditions. Once the centre of the great Maya civilisation, it contains a wealth of archaeological treasures including the impressive pyramids dotted around the countryside.

Main Features

  • Orientation in Antigua City
  • Up to 4 weeks intensive language classes (depending on the length of your placement)
  • Homestay with a local host family
  • Projects: teaching, health, welfare, environmental, building and community development projects
  • Placements availavle from 3 to 24 weeks

Volunteer in Guatemala

Mexico is a land of contrasts comprised of almost two million square miles of coastline, white sandy beaches, desert, rain forest, mountains, fertile plains and one of the world largest cities.

Main Features

  • Orientation on arrival in Mexico City
  • Optional language classes in Oaxaca City
  • Homestay with a local host family or in residential projects
  • Projects: teaching, welfare, animals and environment
  • From 4 to 12 weeks
  • "Volunteering abraod was a huge gift to me. It helped me realise my potential as someone who is able to do anything if given the chance. I learned and gained a lot from the experience, including a huge new family over in Mexico! I learned a lot about working together as a community and the importance of being able to rely on one another!" Ciara, Co. Cork.

The children's Library of Barra de Potosi

Argentina has long held a romantic draw for travellers, with its vibrant culture, cosmopolitan cities and stunning scenery. The second largest country on the continent, it is famed for attractions such as the Iguazu Falls, glacial Patagonia and of course the renowned capital of Buenos Aires.

Main Features

  • Home stay with a local host family
  • Projects: teaching, welfare, sports, health, human rights
  • From 8 weeks to 5 months
  • Spanish not essential but needed on most projects

Escuelita de Isonza - 2006

The Republic of Peru is located in western South America and is bordered by Ecuador, Colombia, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, and the Pacific Ocean. The capital city is Lima. Peru’s population is made up of many different ethnicities.

Main Features

  • Homestay with a local host family
  • Projects: Teaching, Welfare, Health Care, Conservation
  • From 4 to 24 weeks
  • Optional Spanish classes

Aine's Experience!!

India is at once stimulating, challenging and rewarding. The world's largest democracy is also one of the world's oldest civilisations, and its unique cultural heritage is everywhere in evidence.

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