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Organic gardening project in support of Agent Orange victims
Hanoi          December 1 - December 13, 2014

Volunteer project: This project is in support of a treatment and care centre for Agent Orange victims located 15 km from downtown Hanoi, which was opened in 1993 to treat children and veterans suffering from the effects of Agent Orange. The children, whose fathers or grandfathers were exposed (causing chromosomal damage) or who were contaminated from their mother’s milk, suffer from a range of difficult conditions. While staying in the centre, children and veterans are nourished and are provided with free medical care. The children, who may stay there for several years, receive not only basic education, but also some forms of job training.

The centre is now housing up to 120 children and 40 veterans. The children aged 6 to 18 suffering from mental or physical disabilities are provided special education, medical rehabilitation and vocational training. In the terrace of the centre, we have established a new garden with the aim to provide fresh vegetables for the residents.

In the garden, the volunteers will help with clearing the site, preparing soil, weeding and planting vegetables and fruit trees. In the centre, the volunteers will play with children, organize games in the classrooms, and try making flowers and embroideries with the kids.

Study theme: Disadvantaged children in Vietnam

Special requirements: Interest in working with children with disabilities; Interest in manual work in the garden.

Leisure activities: Weekends will be free for personal travel & leisure. A culture day will be organized by the volunteers.

Language: English

Accommodation: Shared rooms at the project site.

Location: Tay Mo, Tu Liem, Hanoi Capital (western end of the city)

Terminal: Hanoi Airport

Age range: 18 and over

Extra fee: 5,000,000 VND (about 170 Euro)

The extra fee is intended to support the hosting organization who does not have sufficient funds. It is due upon arrival on the project.

                                                                                                         

 

Raising environmental awareness and tree planting in Can Gio Biosphere Reserve
Can Gio National park          December 1 - December 13, 2014

Volunteer project: Cần Giờ Biosphere Reserve is a wetland located 40 km southeast of Ho Chi Minh City. This reserve has been recognized under UNESCO's Man and the Biosphere Programme to promote sustainable development based on local community efforts and sound science. The site is an important wildlife sanctuary in Vietnam as it is characterized by a wetland biosystem dominated by mangrove and many rare species. The forest’s area is 75,740 ha, with over 150 botanical species.

The first and most important task of the volunteers will be to organize several workshops to raise people’s awareness on protecting the environment. Volunteers will reach out to local volunteers and local people to hold an Environmental Week, a Green Day, to collect and recycle garbage, plant trees, etc.

Leisure activities: Vietnamese Day, International Day, self-organized city tour and excursions.

Language: English

Accommodation: In a dormitory in Saigon. Shared rooms. Sleeping on bunk beds. Free Wi-Fi is available at the volunteer house.

Location: Cần Giờ Biosphere Reserve, Can Gio district, in the coastal zone of Ho Chi Minh City, South Vietnam

Terminal: Tan Son Nhat Airport (SGN)

Age range: 18 and over

Extra fee: 5,000,000 VND (about 170 Euro)

The extra fee is intended to support the hosting organization who does not have sufficient funds. It is due upon arrival on the project.

                                                                                                         

 

 

 

Rehabilitation for disabled children and improving their living environment
Son Tay          December 15 - December 27, 2014
Son Tay          March 2 - March 14, 2015

Volunteer project: This project is organised with the Rehabilitation Centre for Handicapped Children, located 13 km from the small town of Son Tay and 70 km from the capital Hanoi. Founded in 1976, the centre was originally opened for disabled children of veterans infected with the Agent Orange, the toxic chemical used during the war. Over time, the centre started to render its services to all disabled children. It now houses up to 150 children and 50 staff. The children, aged 6 to 18, suffering from mental or physical disabilities, are provided with rehabilitation, special education and vocational training. The ultimate goal of the centre is to help the children integrate into society. While special education helps to lessen the burden on families by teaching the disabled children to take care of themselves, the vocational training programs enable them to earn their living and live independently in the future. Thousands of children have benefited from the education here and many of them now have a stable job. The centre itself has five staff who were nursed and educated in this school and they are now helping other unlucky children.

There are two types of work that the volunteers can help with in the centre: Manual outdoor work involving gardening and renovation, and social activities with the children. Manual tasks can vary but the need of renovation and construction is constant because the centre was built more than 30 years ago. Groups of volunteers have been helping the centre since 2008 with some construction work and small projects.

At the same time, volunteers can work in the rehabilitation room where handicapped children come to do exercises and have physical therapy. There are nurses and family members helping and taking care of the kids, but the presence of volunteers always brings great enjoyment to them all. Although you may not have background and skills in physical therapy, you would certainly bring smiles and encouragement to these disadvantaged kids who strive day by day for a better future. Volunteers' help is also needed in the classrooms for special education such as special classes for mentally retarded children, basic education for deaf and mute children, vocational classes where children learn to sew, do embroideries, wool knitting. Working with kids here requires a lot of creativity.

Study theme: Disadvantaged children in Vietnam

Special requirements: Interest in working with children with disabilities.

Leisure activities: Weekends will be free for personal travel & leisure. A culture day will be organized by the volunteers.

Language: English

Accommodation: Volunteers will stay in the centre, sharing a large room. You need to bring your sleeping bag.

Location: Son Tay, Ha Noi

Terminal: Hanoi Airport, 2 hour drive to the west

Age range: 18 and over

Extra fee: 5,000,000 VND (about 170 Euro)

The extra fee is intended to support the hosting organization who does not have sufficient funds. It is due upon arrival on the project.

                                                                                                         

 

Warm Christmas for orphans in Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh City          December 15 - December 27, 2014

Volunteer project: The volunteers in this project will work in two orphanages in Ho Chi Minh City.
The first one is a shelter for boys in one of the poorest districts in Ho Chi Minh City. Originally, they all lived on the streets before being collected randomly all over the country. There are many reasons why their families cannot look after them, the most common being that their parents have passed away or got divorced, none of their relatives could take care of them, they got abandoned and had to live on the streets.
The shelter takes care of these children, provides them with a place to stay, food and education in local schools. They have a few staff members who take turns staying at night to look after the children there. The staff have been trying to build a healthy life and safe environment for children, to create an open and friendly atmosphere, like a family. Every day the children receive love and respect while building trust in people and life. As a result, children have the opportunity to easily integrate with their families and communities and hopefully feel more comfortable for later independent life. While providing a stable environment for children, one main aim of the shelter is to try and reunite them with their families if possible. The children living here also go to school or follow certain vocational trainings. Besides that, there are many other fun activities for the boys to take part in such as swimming, playing football, camping, hip-hop dancing, drawing, singing which are organized and supported by donors. There are 21 boys living at the shelter while the staff in charge consists of 1 project leader, 2 educators and 1 cook.

The second orphanage is for boys in the Tan Binh district of Ho Chi Minh City. The orphanage provides care and education for poor and underprivileged boys. While living at the orphanage, they are also placed in a local school, giving them a chance to develop themselves and have a better opportunities for the future through education. There are currently 26 boys living in the orphanage. The age range is from 7 to 20 years old and the boys who grew up there stay on to work at the orphanage or visit very often.

Volunteers will help to teach English and organize fun activities for the children at both orphanages. Moreover, the volunteers will prepare and wrap up presents for the children to have a warm and meaningful Christmas.

Special requirements: Interest and motivation for working with children in difficult situation

Leisure activities: Vietnamese Day, International Day, self-organized city tour and excursions, etc.

Language: English

Accommodation: In a dormitory in Saigon. Shared rooms. Sleeping on bunk beds. Free Wi-Fi is available at the volunteer house.

Location: Ho Chi Minh City, South Vietnam

Terminal: Tan Son Nhat Airport (SGN)

Age range: 18 and over

Extra fee: 5,000,000 VND (about 170 Euro)

The extra fee is intended to support the hosting organization who does not have sufficient funds. It is due upon arrival on the project.

                                                                                                         

 

 

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year for disadvantaged Vietnamese kids
Hanoi          December 19 - December 26, 2014

Volunteer project: Christmas is a famous holiday in many countries in the world. Families are always happy to celebrate this holiday which brings hope and strengthens relationships. In Vietnam, there are still a lot of disadvantaged children, disabled children and orphans as well as disadvantaged elderly people who don’t have families to support them.

International and local volunteers will organize Christmas and New Year celebrations for extremely poor children living in the Fisher village at the Red River and for the little patients of the National Pediatric Hospital in Hanoi. The volunteers will prepare music performances and organize leisure activities for the children. The group will also make nice gifts for the kids such as light stars.
In the Fisher village, in collaboration with the local volunteers and the children, the international participants will organize a big party on the bank of the Red River. In the Hospital, the volunteers will visit the children in their rooms, dressed as Santa Claus, and will hand out candies and small gifts.

With the key message “Warm heart, warm Christmas”, this workcamp hopes to foster relationships between people, and also to give them hope for a beautiful future. The aim of the volunteer project is to provide disadvantaged people with a warm atmosphere that is being seen in families during the Christmas period.

Leisure activities: Hanoi is the capital of Vietnam with its ancient and modern features. You can enjoy Hanoi with its many museums and parks or just take a walk in the old square. Beautiful spots nearby are Halong Bay, Ba Vi, Mai Chau, Tam Coc ... Hai Duong is another big city 60 km far from Hanoi, Ha Long Bay is at about 180 km.

Language: English

Accommodation: In a house (dormitory style). The volunteers should bring a sleeping bag.

Location: Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam.

Terminal: Noi Bai International Airport (HAN)

Age range: 18 and over

Extra fee: 185 Euro

The extra fee is intended to support the hosting organization who does not have sufficient funds. It is due upon arrival on the project.

                                                                                                         

 

 

Care and support for abandoned children in South Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh City          January 5 - January 17, 2015
Ho Chi Minh City          February 23 - March 7, 2015

Volunteer project: The volunteers will support an orphanage run by monks, which was built in the early 20th century, and is quite famous in Ho Chi Minh City. The orphanage is now a place of charity for unlucky children and also helps treat diseases. Now the monks are taking care of and bringing up more than 200 children from the South of Vietnam. The children here have unfortunate backgrounds as many have been abandoned by their parents and relatives. Every few months, the monks find a new baby left in front of the pagoda gate. The head monk sometimes receives phone calls from hospitals requesting him to take in abandoned babies. At the moment, about 200 children are living in the orphanage; their ages ranging from 5 days old to 40 years old. 90 of these are orphans that are suffering from cerebral palsy, blindness or Down syndrome. At present, about 30-40 local children have the chance to study at the orphanage as some local teachers teach them Vietnamese in the morning.

Volunteers will spend time with the children and help improving their English, organizing games and other activities for them. Volunteers will also do some manual work to improve the houses and classrooms of the children, like painting and cleaning the area. Volunteers will get closer to the children’s life and try to build up wider horizons for the children and encourage them to learn better for a brighter future.

Study theme: Disadvantaged children in Vietnam

Special requirements: Interest and motivation for working with children in difficult situation

Leisure activities: Vietnamese Day, International Day, self-organized city tour and excursions, etc.

Language: English

Accommodation: In a dormitory in Saigon. Shared rooms. Sleeping on bunk beds. Free Wi-Fi is available at the volunteer house.

Location: Go Vap District, Ho Chi Minh City (or Sai Gon), in the southern part of Vietnam.

Terminal: Tan Son Nhat Airport (SGN)

Age range: 18 and over

Extra fee: 5,000,000 VND (about 170 Euro)

The extra fee is intended to support the hosting organization who does not have sufficient funds. It is due upon arrival on the project.

                                                                                                         

 

 

Social and educational support for orphan children and elderly people in Hoa Binh Province
Hoa Binh          January 12 - January 24, 2015
Hoa Binh          March 30 - April 11, 2015

Volunteer project: The volunteer project is organised in cooperation with a governmental Social welfare center in Hoa Binh Province. The center is accommodating homeless elderly people, mentally and physically disabled people, poor children and orphans. The mission of the center is to provide health care and education access for the residents, providing them with a safe home and better living conditions which will ultimately get them integrated into normal social life. At present, the center has 60 staff with more than 100 residents including 15 homeless elderly people, 57 mentally and physically disabled people, 32 poor and orphans.

The volunteers in this project will:
. Take care of the kids and single old age people
. Organize games and educational activities for the residents
. Help with gardening and cooking
. Organize events for the center
. Feed the kids when needed
. Help with fundraising and organize charity campaign for books, old clothes, old shoes for the children
. Teach English to children from 6 to 18 years old.

Special requirements: Interest in working with children with disabilities and old people.

Leisure activities: Vietnamese Day, International Day, self-organized city tour and excursions, etc.

Language: English

Accommodation: Shared large room, hot shower available. Local food provided.

Location: The center is located in Ky Son District, Hoa Binh Province in North West Vietnam, around 70 km from Hanoi.

Terminal: Hanoi Airport

Age range: 18 and over

Extra fee: 5,000,000 VND (about 170 Euro)

The extra fee is intended to support the hosting organization who does not have sufficient funds. It is due upon arrival on the project.

                                                                                                         

 

 

Cadip volunteer project review:
         
          "I wanted to do international volunteering so that I could experience life in another country and boy did I have my eyes open. The living situation is much different from what I was used to and the weather was quite hot and dry. The good thing about the volunteering experience was that I got to try a lot of different Vietnamese delicacies that I have never even heard of before. The volunteer house which we stayed in served as the daycare for children as well and surprisingly, the children were very open to us. As in they would play and try to talk with us even though we had just met. The best thing about the experience though were meeting the local volunteers. They were all so nice and helpful since they would accompany us everywhere and would also help us out whenever we needed help. They taught us what to be careful of and explained the situation of the country. Although it took some time to get used to the country, my volunteer trip in Hanoi was definitely worth it."

Jenny H.,
Cadip volunteer 2009

 

Teaching English to primary school students in Saigon
Ho Chi Minh City          January 19 - January 31, 2015

Volunteer project: Volunteers will work in a free primary school for children whose families have no opportunity to send them to public schools. At the moment, there are more than 120 children aged 6 to 16 joining 6 classes. These children come from many different districts of Ho Chi Minh City, some of them even take almost 2 hours to get to the school. After class, many children have to help their parents earn money by selling lottery tickets, collecting scrap (nylon bags, plastic, glass,…) or babysitting for neighbours.

The volunteers will be divided into smaller groups to discuss and then organize fun activities about health, sport, environment, education, etc. The aim is to create an active environment for the children to practice English. Although they study English at school, their English skills are very basic and they can hardly communicate with foreigners. Moreover, because of limited facilities and skilled staff, they have little access to recreational activities. In the afternoon, volunteers can help renovate the classrooms or repaint the fences and walls.

Study theme: Disadvantaged children in Vietnam

Special requirements: Interest and motivation for working with children in difficult situation

Leisure activities: Vietnamese Day, International Day, self-organized city tour and excursions, etc.

Language: English

Accommodation: In a dormitory in Saigon. Shared rooms. Sleeping on bunk beds. Free Wi-Fi is available at the volunteer house.

Location: Binh Thanh, Ho Chi Minh City

Terminal: Tan Son Nhat Airport (SGN)

Age range: 18 and over

Extra fee: 5,000,000 VND (about 170 Euro)

The extra fee is intended to support the hosting organization who does not have sufficient funds. It is due upon arrival on the project.

                                                                                                         

 

Happiness for the poor in the Lunar New Year's days
Hanoi          February 1 - February 12, 2015

Volunteer project: Vietnamese Lunar New Year, more commonly known by its shortened name Tết, is the most important and traditional holiday and festival in Vietnam. Many Vietnamese prepare for Tết by cooking special holiday foods and decorating their houses. There are a lot of customs practiced during Tết. In Vietnam, to celebrate Tết is to “ăn Tết”, literally meaning "Tết eating", showing the importance of food in its celebration. Some of the food is also eaten year-round, while other dishes are only eaten during Tết. “Bánh chưng” (Chung cakes) are symbolically connected with Tết and are essential in any Tết celebration. Preparation is time-consuming, and can take days to cook. The story of their origins and their connection with Tết is often recounted to children while cooking them overnight. There are many poor families and children in Vietnam who can not afford to make Chung cakes because of their financial situation.

Local and international volunteers will work together at the Volunteers’ House in Hanoi to make the traditional Chung cakes. They will also prepare special performances and gifts for disadvantaged children and adults. Then they will go to the Children’s hospital and the Fisher Village to distribute the cakes, perform and spread happiness among the less-fortunate people.

Leisure activities: Hanoi is the capital of Vietnam with its ancient and modern features. You can enjoy Hanoi with its many museums and parks or just take a walk in the old square. Beautiful spots nearby are Halong Bay, Ba Vi, Mai Chau, Tam Coc ... Hai Duong is another big city 60 km far from Hanoi, Ha Long Bay is at about 180 km.

Language: English

Accommodation: The volunteers will live in a volunteer house, dormitory style. Please bring a sleeping bag.

Location: Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam.

Terminal: Noi Bai International Airport (HAN)

Age range: 18 and over

Extra fee: 185 Euro

The extra fee is intended to support the hosting organization who does not have sufficient funds. It is due upon arrival on the project.

                                                                                                         

 

Celebrate Vietnamese New Year with orphans in Ho Chi Minh City
Ho Chi Minh City          February 2 - February 13, 2015

Volunteer project: TET Festival is Vietnamese traditional New Year Holiday (following Lunar Calendar) which usually falls into mid January – mid February. This is the time for family reunion and visits to friends and relatives. Like the Christmas and New Year in western countries, people here prepare a lot for this holiday, from renovating their houses, to making cakes and a lot of food and drinks. However, in the orphanages, children do not have enough to prepare for their holiday. Most of them stay in the orphanages or centers over the Tet, only some of them go back to their home villages. Thus there is a need to prepare something for those children so they still have good time and enjoy this big holiday.

In Ho Chi Minh City area, an international workcamp will be set up to prepare Tet holidays in some orphanages. Volunteers will help renovating the houses, cleaning the site and making Chung Cake (traditional cake for children in Tet).

Study theme: Disadvantaged children in Vietnam

Special requirements: Interest and motivation for working with children in difficult situation

Leisure activities: Vietnamese Day, International Day, self-organized city tour and excursions, etc.

Language: English

Accommodation: In a dormitory in Saigon. Shared rooms. Sleeping on bunk beds. Free Wi-Fi is available at the volunteer house.

Location: District 7, Ho Chi Minh City (or Sai Gon – southern part of Vietnam).

Terminal: Tan Son Nhat Airport (SGN)

Age range: 18 and over

Extra fee: 5,000,000 VND (about 170 Euro)

The extra fee is intended to support the hosting organization who does not have sufficient funds. It is due upon arrival on the project.

                                                                                                         

 

Cadip volunteer project review:
         
          "Volunteering in Hanoi was a life changing experience for me because I have never been to any Asian country before in my life except for Hong Kong. The living environment was very different from what I was used to in Canada, as well as the weather. There were motorbikes everywhere and it seemed like it is hot and dry everyday there. However, the people at the volunteering site were extremely friendly, especially the local volunteers. They have helped me in many ways to adapt to the country by explaining to me the local customs and history of the country. The children were nice and often tried to play with me and were overall eager to learn. This is definitely an experience I would never forget."

Calvin H.,
Cadip volunteer 2009

 

Teach English and celebrate Children's Day with homeless boys in Ho Chi Minh City
Ho Chi Minh City          March 9 - March 21, 2015

Volunteer project: This is a project devoted to care, education, protection and support for homeless boys. The volunteers will work with a shelter for boys in one of the poorest districts in Ho Chi Minh City. Originally, they all lived on the streets before being collected randomly all over the country. There are many reasons why their families cannot look after them, the most common being that their parents have passed away or got divorced, none of their relatives could take care of them, they got abandoned and had to live on the streets.

The shelter takes care of these children, provides them with a place to stay, food and education in local schools. They have a few staff members who take turns staying at night to look after the children there. The staff have been trying to build a healthy life and safe environment for children, to create an open and friendly atmosphere, like a family. Every day the children receive love and respect while building trust in people and life. As a result, children have the opportunity to easily integrate with their families and communities and hopefully feel more comfortable for later independent life. While providing a stable environment for children, one main aim of the shelter is to try and reunite them with their families if possible. The children living here also go to school or follow certain vocational trainings. Besides that, there are many other fun activities for the boys to take part in such as swimming, playing football, camping, hip-hop dancing, drawing, singing which are organized and supported by donors. There are 25 boys living at the shelter while the staff in charge consists of 1 project leader, 2 educators and 1 cook.

The international volunteers will help teach English, and organize a meaningful and cheerful Children’s Day for the boys by preparing presents and doing some fun activities.

Special requirements: Interest and motivation for working with children in difficult situation

Leisure activities: Vietnamese Day, International Day, self-organized city tour and excursions

Language: English

Accommodation: In a dormitory in Saigon. Shared rooms. Sleeping on bunk beds. Free Wi-Fi is available at the volunteer house.

Location: Ho Chi Minh City, South Vietnam

Terminal: Tan Son Nhat Airport (SGN)

Age range: 18 and over

Extra fee: 5,000,000 VND (about 170 Euro)

The extra fee is intended to support the hosting organization who does not have sufficient funds. It is due upon arrival on the project.

                                                                                                         

 

Teaching English and organizing educational activities for disadvantaged children in South Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh City          March 16 - March 28, 2015

Volunteer project: The School for disadvantaged children in Tan Hung ward was established in May 2000. With a strong desire of offering free education for disadvantaged children, the class was set up with the hope of providing a bright future for them. All of the students are immigrated from other provinces throughout Vietnam. Their parents have unstable incomes, frequently move between different job and often change homes amongst other reasons. This instability means the children are unable to attend public school due to fees and commitments required. There are currently 6 classes at the school from Grade 1 – 5. Each class has around 20 students, with around 120 attending the school in total. Students study for 10 months per year and examinations are held with support from local schools. At the end of the year, each child receives an evaluation of their studies. Through the class, children understand that education is a good way to develop themselves and have a better life in the future. After leaving school, they are encouraged to continue their study at a higher level at other normal public schools. There’s 10 to 15 children studying from 6th to 12th grade at public secondary schools, and about 10 of them can attend College. After 10 years, the management board happily realized some achievements in that children should feel the care and love from the teachers, which leads them to more positive thinking. Also, thanks to the school, students’ parents know how to care more for their children and they don’t feel inferior to other families who have better living-conditions.

Volunteers will help to teach English and organize educational activities for the children in the school. Moreover, the volunteers will also do some manual works such as painting the walls, building a new bookshelf. Some books are donated and supported by some sponsors or individuals but there is no bookshelf in the school at the moment.

Special requirements: Interest and motivation for working with children in difficult situation.

Leisure activities: Vietnamese Day, International Day, self-organized city tour and excursions, etc.

Language: English

Accommodation: In a dormitory in Saigon. Shared rooms. Sleeping on bunk beds. Free Wi-Fi is available at the volunteer house.

Location: Ho Chi Minh City, South Vietnam

Terminal: Tan Son Nhat Airport (SGN)

Age range: 18 and over

Extra fee: 5,000,000 VND (about 170 Euro)

The extra fee is intended to support the hosting organization who does not have sufficient funds. It is due upon arrival on the project.

                                                                                                         

 

 

Sustainable development of local communities in Khe Ro Forest
An Lac          March 16 - March 28, 2015

Volunteer project: This is a new ecological project to support people from An Lac community who live next to the rich Khe Ro Forest but still under the poverty line. Their main income comes from farming but they also depend, either directly or indirectly, on the forest. Khe Ro provides local people with food, wood and non-timber products, that they need for household use or sell to make a living. The project tries to give these people a new perspective, to open up new opportunities and to ensure that the communities have sustainable livelihoods through community based ecotourism, while protecting their natural heritage as well as their culture.

Volunteers will help raising awareness among local people about sustainable living and environmental protection (collecting garbage in the community and along the tourist trails); paving the tracking route in the forest and along the streams, working together with local people in the gardens or in the forest. The volunteers will learn new skills and share culture with local people. They will also interact with the local children and teach them English.

Special requirements: Interested in social life, culture and environment.

Leisure activities: Vietnamese Day, International Day, self-organized city tour and excursions, etc.

Language: English

Accommodation: Volunteers will stay with local host families in the village.

Location: An Lac, Northern Vietnam

Terminal: Hanoi Airport

Age range: 18 and over

Extra fee: 5,000,000 VND (about 170 Euro)

The extra fee is intended to support the hosting organization who does not have sufficient funds. It is due upon arrival on the project.

                                                                                                         

 

 

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