Voluntourist needed: Children & Education Focused International NGO in Indonesia & Kenya

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International Humanity Foundation (IHF) is seeking forward-thinking, dynamic individuals of all ages and backgrounds to contribute to our international centers as part of our Voluntourist program. IHF runs children’s home in Nakuru, Kenya Kenya with approximately 50 children, as well as education centers in Bali, Jakarta, Banda Aceh and Medan, Indonesia.

As a Voluntourist, you would gain hands-on experience with an international not-for-profit NGO at the ground level and contribute your time and talents to substantially helping provide better opportunities for young people.

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You will complete four hours of at-center work a day. These tasks vary from center to center, day to day. At our Indonesian education centers, you will teach English to young students for whom English is a tool to secure better jobs in the future. In our children’s home in Kenya, daily tasks will include assisting with homework and organizing projects and activities for the children once they`re back from the schools.

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You must be fluent in written and spoken English. 

We value volunteers who are creative and innovative, willing to take responsibility and easily adapt to new conditions and unexpected situations.

Minimum commitment of 2 weeks. 

Minimum age 16 years old (if under 18 - with parent`s permission only).


Each IHF center is a product of its environment and follows the cultural code and norms of its host country. So must our staff and interns. Our volunteers must have high inter-cultural sensitivity and be tolerant to different views and ways of life.



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Please familiarize yourself further with our organization reading the IHF Annual report 2014 that contains the latest information about IHF Centers, Programs, Achievements, Finances and many more at http://hosted.verticalresponse.com/1317609/1928b08739/TEST/TEST/ and our blog where you can find stories of current and former volunteers http://ihfblog.wordpress.com/home/.

We were given a 2013 Inspiring Story - Responsible Tourism Award! Read more about it at http://rt.wildasia.org/2013/10/25/2013-inspiring-stories-destinations/.


See our great ratings at http://greatnonprofits.org/reviews/international-humanity-foundation-1/.


If you have any questions at this time, feel free to e-mail one of our helpful volunteers at volunteering@ihfonline.org.


If you’re ready to apply, send your CV to applications@ihfonline.org.

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We provide basic accommodation and food at our centers, where you will live with your co-workers. Unfortunately, as a non-profit, we are unable to provide these amenities freely and we charge a minimal cost of $150 per week for an individual person and $200/week for married couples (subject to availability at the centers). For children under 16 coming with their families, we charge 75$ per week.

 The maximum duration of our Voluntourist Program is 4 weeks.

 We are not able to cover travel or insurance expenses or any other related costs, but we will help you with your travel and visa planning.