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Tour style – Learn & Volunteer

14 days

Spend time in India’s great capital, working with a determined and focused community project which aims to make a difference in the most meaningful way through education and vocational training.
About this Project: Located in the heart of Delhi, this project provides support to children living and working on the streets of this bustling city. With four shelters and seven care centres, over 3500 children seek help here every year. In addition to basic health care, food and shelter, the organization provides
computer, photography, theatre and arts workshops.
A day in the life of a volunteer:
•Get creative with art projects and help youth with their work
•Join staff and take students on outdoor field trips
•Teach guitar , dance and music classes
•Use your camera to teach some basic photography skills on the streets of Delhi
•Help brighten the care centres with murals
•Teach basic English and practice conversational skills
•Coach cricket or other sports
  • Day 1 Delhi

    Arrive at any time and transfer to your accommodation. The remainder of your day is at your leisure to explore Delhi on your own.
    Wander through the heart of India’s capital city and explore Old and New Delhi. Travel by the new metro or auto rickshaws and visit the famous Jama Masjid (Great Mosque) where you could climb the minaret for a bird’s eye view of the old city. Explore Chandni Chowk, one of India’s oldest and busiest markets or
    head to the colorful spice market a great photo opportunity.
    There are so many options for dining, from age-old eateries in the by lanes of the Old Walled City to glitzy, specialty restaurants in five-star hotels, Delhi is a movable feast. Restaurants and bars cater to all tastes and budgets.

  • Day 2 – 14 Volunteering in Delhi

    Our project partner runs five 24-hour full care shelters for children, one being devoted to girls. These shelters provide the children security, a sense of home, and an opportunity to receive all the critical inputs of childhood. One of the types of educations provided is non-formal education that not only deals with
    everyday subjects like maths, reading and writing, but also focuses on skills like cooperation, teamwork, sharing, time management, self awareness, and creative thinking.
    During Two weeks at the project, all volunteers are welcomed to share their knowledge, experience and enthusiasm. There is a number of projects where you can be involved – tutoring school subjects, providing help to medical personnel (if you have medical qualification), helping to organize everyday activities of
    children and project community, help with project’s buildings maintenance, etc. If you don’t feel comfortable teaching, there are many other projects where you can take part, for example, assist with project documentation, marketing and communication.

  • Day 14 Delhi

    Depart at any time.

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