Volunteer with Children in the Maldives

Durations: 2 - 12 weeks
Fieldwork hours35 hrs of fieldwork per week
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The project
The project Experience the true beauty of the Maldives as you live and work on the remote Naifaru island. As a volunteer, you will inspire young minds, help bridge cultural gaps and contribute to sustainable community development programs alongside our dedicated team on the ground. Your focus will be on providing opportunities for youth engagement through sports, education and environmental awareness.   You will also play a part in our coastal conservation initiative, assisting marine biologists with the protection and rehabilitation of si...
What’s included

Project work

Assist with kindergarten classes, including extracurricular activities like sports, art and nature clubs.

Accommodation

Live in shared dorm-style accommodation at the volunteer house in the village.

Meals

You will get breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Airport transfer

You’ll get collected from the airport.

Basic pre-departure support

Includes an Essential Info Pack and answering any questions you might have.

Basic in-country support

Receive info packs with local resources, clinic details. In emergencies, consult packs; contact Program Manager if needed.

24/7 mental health support

Receive support services provided by licensed professionals.

Training

Receive island orientation, a welcome presentation and training from local staff.

Excursions

Go on one excursion per week to explore uninhabited islands.
What's not included

Flights and airport taxes, medical and travel insurance, visa costs, police or background check, additional drinks and gratuities, extra local excursions, personal items and toiletries, local transport during free time (outside of program excursions), food and accommodation outside the volunteer house.

Your accommodation

Our volunteer house is just a two-minute walk from the beach. Spend nights here sharing meals with other guests or socialise and relax in the common area. 

 

The house has a communal kitchen, but is not equipped with cooking appliances. Rooms are shared, with a maximum of three participants per room. Each room comes with air-conditioning and an en-suite bathroom. While there is no hot water available, the warm island climate compensates for this. 

 

Volunteers also have access to laundry facilities and free Wi-Fi. 

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