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Volunteer to care for young children from poor backgrounds in the beautiful beach town of Florianopolis. You’ll get involved with general caring and playing educational games, singing and narrating nursery rhymes, organising games in the playground, teaching them colours, numbers, etc - all these activities bring huge smiles to the children’s faces!


We've added some exciting new half-day and 1-day tours of Rio, with your own personal guide, to make your stay even more ejoyable!

You can add one, two or more of these low-cost / high fun tours to your itinerary and get to see Rio from a local's perspective.

See the "Optional Add-Ons tab below - the hardest part is which choice to make!


Price: £1,295 (approx. US$1,610) for 4 weeks
£140 (US$175) for each additional week.
Excludes flights. Please see Full Price List & prices in other currencies
Duration: From 4 weeks to 3 months or longer, subject to visa requirements.
Start Dates: All year round – you choose your start and finish dates.
Requirements: Minimum age 18. No qualifications or experience required, but you must be enthusiastic. If you have some grasp of Portuguese or Spanish, that would be a big help. You should be able to adapt to a tropical environment and should also be flexible, patient and have an enthusiastic attitude towards children.
What's included: Arranging your Programme
Full pre-departure support and assistance
Payment Protection insurance
Meeting you at the nearest Airport
Transfer to your accommodation
Welcome Dinner in a local eatery
Daily transport to and from your project
Local in-country team support and backup
24-hr emergency support
Free T-Shirt
Certificate of Completion
What's not included: Flights, Insurance, Cost of Visas (if a visa is required), Food, Return transfer to the airport.
Who can do this Programme? This project is open to all nationalities. Suitable for gap years or those taking a year out, grown-up gappers, career breakers, anyone interested in caring for, teaching or working with children overseas while doing voluntary work, teaching projects abroad, or study abroad. Also available as a summer placement in Brazil or South America, short breaks or for those wanting to do TEFL teaching.
Available as part of the Latin-American Triangle.


  • An exciting opportunity to travel, see the world and experience a foreign culture first-hand.
  • New language skills, more confidence and invaluable personal and professional development.
  • The enormous satisfaction of helping disadvantaged children and knowing that you made a difference to them.
  • An opportunity to take a break from the traditional academic track or your current career path in order to gain life experience and global cultural awareness
  • An entry on your CV or Résumé that will enhance your career opportunities and make you stand out from the crowd.
  • Make friends, form relationships and build memories that will last a lifetime.
  • Opportunities to enjoy some exciting adventure and cultural activities while on your programme.
  • And best of all ... an unforgettable experience!


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Volunteer with children in Florianopolis at a wonderful crèche that has a lot of charm and where your help here will be greatly appreciated. This crèche brings a new style of school, where children’s needs are priority. The director of the crèche believes children are constantly learning through everything they live, so it is not imperative that we teach them all of the time. There are 120 children at the crèche from 1 to 5 years of age and their purpose is to provide an innovative way to educate the children.

Due to the level of poverty, neither the children nor their families have no knowledge of a different culture, so this cultural exchange is really important. The children love having extra people to play with and their smiles really make it worthwhile! Just a small amount of your time can really make a big difference. Take all your enthusiasm with you to the playground and you will make a huge difference to those children´s lives.

Activities are mainly based on helping the teachers to take care of the children, as well as developing educational games, and recreational activities. You'll mainly be playing with the children, feeding them, reading to them and finding ways to interact and help them learn. If you have any special skills, such as playing a musical instrument, sports, arts, etc., please let us know as the crèche would love you to teach the children these wonderful skills.

Work you may be also involved in could include:

  • Educational games and play time supervision
  • Organising and facilitating games and plays for the children
  • Helping the children eat
  • Helping to clean and tidy the crèche
  • Helping the children to wash their hands
  • Nursing and caring for the children
  • Educating the children about personal and environmental hygiene
  • ...and anything else you think you can bring to these worthy institutes

You can choose how many hours you work a day, but your daily schedule will usually be Monday to Friday with your hours being 8-11am and/or 2-5pm.

There are times when the crèche is closed due to holidays and festivals. Please see below:
• Winter Holiday: 15th July 2017 – 30th July 2017
• Summer Holiday: 22nd December 2017 to 11th February 2018

Carnaval begins at midnight on the Friday before Ash Wednesday (usually around the second week of February) and last for five days, but the whole country stops for about two weeks. Carnaval is celebrated all over Brazil. The most famous is, of course, held in Rio, but the authentic versions of Carnaval are found outside of Rio.

The dates for 2018 are 10th to 13th of February.

If you speak some Portuguese (or even Spanish), you will find it very beneficial on this project. But don't be put off if languages aren't your thing! You're sure to pick up some of the basic words whilst you are there, and will find other ways to converse without language becoming a barrier. Don't forget that we can also arrange some Portuguese Lessons for you during your programme if you'd like.


You'll stay at one of our selected guest houses in the Santa Monica area of ‘Floripa’. The guest house is run by 3 ladies from the same family and you will be warmly welcomed Graziela, her mother and her little daughter! There are also 2 lovely cats who live in the house.

Internet access: The guest house provides free internet.

There’s a lounge with comfy sofas and a lovely balcony with hammocks in which to chill out!

You'll stay in a room with up to 3 other people; the rooms are basic but you will have a comfortable bed, there is a wardrobe and fans are provided.

The house is located in a central area of Florianopolis, near the universities, so the area around it is always busy with local people coming and going. It is just a 7 minute walk to one of the biggest shopping malls in the city and also close to supermarkets, pharmacies, shops, restaurants - a great place to be situated! At the weekends, the pubs and restaurants around are always crowded with locals who like to go out to relax and have a drink with friends. From this accommodation it is easy to get to other parts of the island using the public bus system.

This project does not provide food, however there are ample supermarkets nearby where you can stock up on provisions and you are welcome to cook in the accommodation. There is a large kitchen and you can store your food there. Alternatively, there are many eateries nearby if you would prefer to eat out.


Read important information about the Support & Backup you receive before you leave and during your programme.

Read about the Safety and Security measures we take to ensure your safety and wellbeing while on our programme.


Once you have applied for a placement, we'll contact you and send you our Welcome Pack. You'll also receive Log-on details and password for our Volunteer Extranet where you'll have access to all the documentation and information which we've put together to facilitate preparations for your adventure! Your Project Co-ordinator for your country will liaise with you throughout the arrangements process, as well as while you're on your placement and on your return home.

The documents you'll have access to also include a Country Factfile, Safety Guide and any manuals that may assist you on your particular programme (e.g. Teaching Guide, Sports Manuals, Enrichment Suggestions for Animal Care, etc.). We do all we can to make your stay one that you'll never forget. This is a truly awesome, elegant and beautiful country.

As with all our destinations, the culture and heritage is different to what you're used to ... which, although one of the most exciting aspects of travelling, should be borne in mind. Self-reliance and independence are highly appreciated in all our destinations and will help you to make the most of this wonderful opportunity!

As well as protecting all our volunteers, Travellers Worldwide is committed to all our projects and dedicated to practices which protect children and vulnerable adults from harm. Read Travellers' Child Care and Vulnerable Adults Policy.



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Make the most of your time there! To help you do that, we've put together some exciting activities, courses and tours that you can add to your itinerary. These are designed to be fun, but also to enable you to learn, and expand your personal and professional development enjoyment ... but mostly for your enjoyment! :-)

1-day Walking Tour of Central Rio de Janeiro in Brazil

Price: £45 for the 7-hour tour
Includes Lunch, Refreshments, Entrance Fees and Transport. You'll be personally guided on the tour by Romulo, who is very enthusiastic and knowledgeable about his home-town of Rio and Brazil in general.

You'll be picked up from the hostel at 9.30 a.m. for a full day tour of the city, including lunch. You'll see some of the famous sites of downtown Rio, including Otero da Gloria, Cinelandia, and Largo da Carioca and learn about the history of these areas.

We’ll stop for coffee at Confeitaria Colombo, a café in a historical building over 100 years old. After this welcome pit stop, we'll continue our tour to Mercado Popular and then Saara (Rio’s largest outdoor market), where there are hundreds of shops in small narrow streets. We continue onto Candelaria church and CCBB (one of the most important cultural centres in Brazil) with its neoclassical designs. The CCBB has a good bookshop and often has great exhibitions.

We leave here and walk up a small hill to Mosteiro São Bento, a good example of Brazilian Colonial architecture and amazing opulence! We head back down the hill to Praça Mauá, a large square with great waterside views and home to Museu do Amanha. You'll have time to visit the museum before heading back to the hostel (entrance fee not included).

Morning coffee and lunch is included on the tour. Comfortable shoes recommended. Don’t forget your camera!

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Walking Tour of some of Rio de Janeiro's famous beaches

Price: £37 for the 4-hour tour
Includes Refreshments, Entrance Fees (if any) and Transport. You'll be personally guided on the tour by Romulo, who is very enthusiastic and knowledgeable about his home-town of Rio and Brazil in general.

You'll be picked up from the hostel at 10.00 a.m. We'll take a local bus to Gloria and walk down to the Promenade. Here you'll enjoy amazing views of Guanabara Bay, Pão de Açucar (Sugar Loaf Mountain) and Flamengo Park. You can watch the planes take off and land as they circle Sugar Loaf Mountain and enjoying watching beach volleyball all along the beach.

We'll take a well-earned rest at the Obelisk for refreshing coconut water as we leave Flamengo beach behind and walk towards Botafogo Bay. This is a gorgeous walk where you'll see small ships in the harbour and closer views of Urca and Sugar Loaf Mountain - and of course,, the Cristo Redentor.

We'll hop on a bus for a short ride to Urca and Praia Vermelha. You may even catch sight of some small monkeys here! We'll walk through to Urca Beach, where there are many bars and restaurants with lots of people hanging out and sipping on a cold drink. We'll join them and take in more stunning views!

After our long walk we'll take a taxi back to the hostel, arriving around 2.oo p.m. Note: Please wear comfortable footwear and, again, don’t forget your camera!

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1-D Tour of the Ilha de Paqueta (the Island of Paqueta) in Rio

1-Day Tour of the Gorgeous Ilha de Paqueta (Island)
Price: £65 for the 8-9 hour tour
Includes Lunch, Refreshments, Ferry Costs, Entrance Fees (if any) and Transport. You'll be personally guided on the tour by Romulo, who is very enthusiastic and knowledgeable about his home-town of Rio and Brazil in general.

You'll be picked up from the hostel at 10.00 a.m. and return at approximately 6.30 p.m. The way to this lovely island is by ferry, which takes just over an hour from the centre of Rio. The trip to and from the island itself is pretty cool! The ferry journey goes under the Niteroi Bridge for amazing views of Rio de Janeiro – not to be missed.

The Island is car-free (except for 1 police car and the rubbing truck) and all transport on the Island is limited to bicycles, cycle rickshaws and horse drawn carriages - and that makes a tour of this island very special. You'll discover colonial buildings, a lovely park, a museum, outstanding view-points, lots of beaches. You'll also see the famous Baobab tree; legend has it you kiss the tree to bring you luck!

Our tour includes a cycle rickshaw ride which makes lots of stops for photo opportunities, including the time to visit the museum.

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Stand-up Paddle Boarding lessons in Rio De Janeiro in Brazil

Includes the hire of a board.
Includes transport to and from each lesson.
1 Single Lesson = £20.00
5 Lessons = £75

A popular and fun sport in Rio de Janeiro is the fast-growing Stand Up Paddle. This sport originated in Hawaii and is taking the world by storm ... everyone's doing it! Set on one of the most famous beaches in the world, Copacabana, you will spend a little time on land learning from the professionals on how to control the board with the paddle and keep your balance, before taking to the water for a great workout whilst admiring the stunning scenery.

  • All abilities catered for.
  • Lessons are one hour each

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Learn the art of Brazilian Cooking in Rio De Janeiro

PRICE: £65 for the half-day lesson
Includes lesson fees and ingredients.
Includes transport to and from the lesson.

A fantastic opportunity to join other foreigners for a real taste of Brazilian cooking. This is a fun half day where you will cook, eat, drink, have a lot of laughs and make new friends. You'll learn to cook traditional and exotic Brazilian food with a popular, friendly and knowledgeable teacher who will also give you an insight into the history of the food you will be cooking.

Your classes take place at a cooking school in the heart of Copacabana. Classes are 4 hours long and take place on Mondays to Fridays, mornings or afternoons, with two delicious menus to choose from:

  • Seafood Moqueca – a delicious Brazilian fish stew
  • Feijoada – a stew of black beans and meat which is part of the staple Brazilian diet
  • Vegetarian options are also available.

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Portuguese Lessons in in Rio de Janeiro in Brazil

** 1 Week Intensive Portuguese Course, 10 hours, private lessons, £545
(prior to starting your placement, including accommodation)
** 1 Week Intensive Portuguese Course, 20 hours, private lessons, £745 (prior to starting your placement, including accommodation)
** Portuguese Lessons, 10 hours per week, £180 per week (at the same time as your placement)
** Portuguese Lessons, 20 hours per week, £340 per week (at the same time as your placement)

Take Portuguese lessons alongside ANY project or as an intensive introduction course before you start. You can take a course for any length of time to run alongside your placement OR you can take a 1 week introductory course before you start your project at a super discounted price:

Your Portuguese lessons are with a private tutor for maximum exposure to the Portuguese language, and lessons are structured to suit your needs for maximum flexibility. Classes are held Monday to Friday and you will take your classes at a professional, prestigious school in the heart of Rio de Janeiro.

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Portuguese Lessons in Florianopolis in Brazil

Price: £70 per week for 5 lessons of 1 hour each per week
Includes transport to and from each lesson.
Includes Course fees.

Your classes will take place at the home of a local Brazilian teacher who has taught Portuguese as a foreign language since 2008. She also lived in the USA for 8 years and speaks fluent English. Lessons take place around 30 minutes by bus from your accommotion.
Classes are in one hour sessions and take place Monday to Friday, and they will be fit around your volunteering schedule.
Portuguese Language Lessons (5 hrs per week at the same time as your main project)
Lessons are available at Beginner, Intermediate or Advanced levels and are in the form of private classes that are prepared personally to fit your needs. You'll also be strongly encouraged only to speak Portuguese

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Surfing Lessons in Rio de Janeiro in Brazil

1 Single Lesson = £22.00
5 Lessons = £85

Includes transport to and from each lesson.

Surfing is a way of life in Rio and its home is Arpoador Beach, where our surfing lessons take place. Because of the fantastic rolling waves, the beach hosts to many surfing tournaments a year, and for the truly daring, spotlights on the beach also allow for surfing at night!

  • Lessons are arranged in conjunction with your main project and each lesson lasts one hour.
  • Lessons are arranged in groups with other volunteers or tourists up to a maximum of 4 people.
  • You can choose as many lessons as you like.
  • These lessons cater to all levels of skill, from Beginner upwards.

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Surfing Lessons in Florianopolis in Brazil

Price: £90 for a Course of 8 x 1-hour lessons
Includes Course fees.
Includes transport to and from each lesson.

The island of Florianopolis has 42 beaches and some of the most consistent surf spots in Brazil! Some of the beaches hold the worldwide surfing championships making it an ideal place to learn or improve your surfing skills. Lessons will take place on either Praia de Ingleses or Praia Barra da Lagoa, normally in the mornings. Your teacher speaks good English and is a member of the local Surf Association.

  • Lessons are arranged in conjunction with your main project and each lesson lasts one hour.
  • The course consists of 8 hours of surfing
  • Lessons are group classes with other volunteers/tourists up to a maximum of 4 people.
  • These lessons cater to all levels of skill, from Beginner upwards.

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Capoeira lessons in Rio De Janeiro in Brazil

Includes course fees.
Includes transport to and from each lesson.
£65 for the first 1 week (4 lessons)
£50 for each additional week of 4 lessons

Comprises 4 classes per week, Monday to Thursday, each lasting 1.5 hours

Our Capoeira lessons run concurrently with your main project and the course consists of 6 hours per week, 4 lessons each lasting 1.5 hours. These are group lessons which you will take with locals and foreigners and if you are a beginner please don’t worry, after the warm up a teacher will be allocated specifically for beginners and will help you with the moves.

You don’t need to be particularly fit, flexible or have previous martial arts experience to learn Capoeira but of course this well help. You need to wear comfortable clothing but the purchase of a uniform is completely optional.

Capoeira is not only a martial art, a dance and an art form steeped in Afro-Brazilian culture, it's also a language, a form of self-expression and freedom inside yourself - and the way to gain a deeper understanding of Brazilian culture! The basic moves are simple and, with a little practice, they are easy to learn.

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Ju-Jitsu Lessons in Florianopolis in Brazil

PRICE: £25 per week, includes 3 lessons a week of 1.5 hours each. Also includes transport to and from your lessons.

Lessons take place in a classroom attached to a local church, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Friday evenings for 1.5 hours each session. Classes are held in groups where you'll mix with other volunteers, tourists and local people. You will need to wear a kimono which you can either bring with you or you can purchase one locally.

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is the martial art with speciality in floor fighting and grabbing, in which weight and strength are not the most important in fighting. Practice this martial art in a Brazilian style, with an experienced Brazilian teacher with over 20 years experience, teaching in Florida and Hawaii. Get to know Jiu-Jitsu Brazilian fighters, make new friends, learn the Brazilian technique and have fun!

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Latin Dance Lessons in Rio de Janeiro in Brazil

£55 for fortnight (4 lessons of 1 hour each, 4 lessons in total per fortnight)
£50 per fortnight, i.e. each additional 2 weeks

Styles of dance taught: Ballroom Dance, Samba, or Forró.

You can choose to learn Samba, Forro, or Ballroom dance and you will have 2 x one hour of group lessons per week. You can also learn Tango or Zouk but these classes are taught only once a week – but you can mix and match!

These dance classes are designed to be taken alongside your main project. The classes tend to take place in the evenings on Mondays to Saturdays and your timetable will be given to you prior to your arrival. You will take group lessons with locals and foreigners.

The dance studio is a short bus ride away from your accommodation and the cost of transport is not included in the price.

Brazilians seem to be born with the natural ability to dance and it’s hard not to get caught up in the excitement of Samba in Brazil – it’s everywhere! You can put into practice what you learn at your classes at the multitude of clubs in Rio!

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Photography lessons in Rio De Janeiro in Brazil

Includes Course Fees and transport to and from each lesson.

  • 2-Week Nature Photography Course - £345
  • 2-Week Lighting & Studio Photography Course - £445
  • 4-Week Beginners Photography Course - £595
  • 8-Week Full-On Photography Course, includes all 3 individual elements above - £1,145

Take some inspiring photography courses in than Rio de Janeiro alongside your main project. You'll enhance your Brazil experience and really capture the flavour of this beautifully enigmatic city with your lens. Courses are available at beginner, intermediate & advanced levels to cater for any kind of student.

The Photography Centre is the oldest and traditional photo school in Rio. It's located around 15-20 minutes from your accommodation on public transport. Courses run throughout the year - as you'll be working 1-1 with your tutor, the course can run at any time. All lessons are taught in English and all course materials are in English.
You'll have lessons 2 or 3 times per week. You’ll be taught using videos, slides, enlarged photographs and your course book. You’ll also have access to all the different cameras and studio equipment at the centre. Most students will work with both digital and film cameras. On the course, you will cover a variety of skills and ideas and have the opportunity to put them into practice in beautiful Rio de Janeiro! For example, the basic course covers:

  • How to use digital and film cameras
  • Technical skills including composition, lighting & colour usage, flash techniques, exposure and filters
  • Practical studio photography, including portraits and still life
  • Practical outdoor photography
  • A visit to a professional studio

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Florianópolis, or Floripa as it's known, is the capital city of Santa Catarina in southern Brazil. It is composed of one main island, Ilha de Santa Catarina, and a number of surrounding small islands. Floripa is a natural treasure with truly exceptional sights, like beautiful lagoons, stunning beaches, rolling mountains lush with Atlantic rainforest, soft white dunes and an array of small offshore islands.

Floripa has something for everyone, from authentic and rustic fishing villages to surfer's paradises, high-end Brazilian summer getaways, pristine and untouched nature reserves just minutes away from modern shopping malls and cinema complexes. Its numerous white and clean sand bottom beaches attract visitors from around the world as well as holidaying Brazilians.

There are lots of fun activities, like surfing, windsurfing, paragliding, snorkelling, diving, boat tours, jiu-jitsu, hiking, whale-watching and many other ecotourism options. Florianópolis is also blessed with some of the most breathtaking beaches in the world, 42 beaches in total and has a wonderful sub-tropical climate, with average temperature between 70ºF and 90ºF, perfect for the beach!

  • Lagoa da Conceição, which has several of the island's most beautiful beaches, including Joaquina, a Brazilian temple of surf and stage with immense sand dunes. It's also home to the world-wide surfing championships.
  • Praia Mole, another paradise of surfers and sun worshippers and a favourite of the island's young, athletic and beautiful!
  • Barra da Lagoa, which concentrates the biggest fishing colony of the Island of Santa Catarina and is popular with backpackers.
  • Praia da Galheta, a jaw-dropping coastal nature preserve completely virgin in its natural state, with a soft white sand beach, clear waters and surrounded by lush green hills.
  • Pantano do Sul beach, known for typical seafood restaurants and local fishing boats that make the passage to the beautiful offshore island Ilha do Campeche; and Ribeirão da Ilha, an historic district and one of the rustic fishing villages of Florianópolis.
  • Further north along the eastern coast is Moçambique, the island's longest beach and completely virgin, also a nature preserve, and Santinho beach, a more populated region offering good tourism infrastructure.
  • In the southern stretch of the eastern coast, Matadeiro beach is a great option for surfing and Morro das Pedras has an agitated sea and a unique rock formation advancing into the sea.

Like Mardi Gras, Carnaval has its roots in ancient pagan ritual. The wild parties began in the Middle Ages. Over time it flourished and incorporated extravagant costumes from India and primitive carnal beats from African rhythm. Carnaval takes place before Lent where Catholic Brazilians officially gave up luxuries such as meat, alcohol and pastries.

The excitement of Carnaval builds practically all year round. Rehearsals at samba schools begin in August and marching percussion bands practise for their performances of music throughout the year. Carnaval Balls are extreme, surreal and erotic events. There is various stages of undress, extravagant body painting, stickered tattoos, fishnets and spandex involved! Hypnotic music, grinding movements and beautiful ladies of the night vying for the camera’s attention are included in the price of the ticket. Some of these beautiful ladies are less ‘lady’ than they may appear…

Street Carnaval is all about the dancing in the streets, marching bands pump out their theme tune and other rhythms as the drag queens and party crazed people bop along behind. The samba parades are perhaps a highlight of carnaval. As the Lonely Planet so nicely puts it, the Brazilians harness sweat, noise and confusion and turn it into art. The best Samba schools in the country prepare all year for their moment of glory. This procession is a competition of the art. There are many aspects to samba including percussion, song, dance, choreography, costumes, story line, floats and decorations. The winner of the samba parades earns admiration and the pride of Rio and all of Brazil.


Read about Travel arrangements and what happens when you arrive in your new country.


Care for Disadvantaged Children and Adults in Florianopolis

First impressions... it's amazing! Just flying over Brazil was great! Though landing was clearly better!

Everyone has been really great, Ana's parents were fantastic! I have been in Floripa since Friday and it's really great here. I love the city and Ana is awesome.

I started work on Monday and I think I am fitting in well! All the employees are nice and helpful. The elderly people I work with are great too. It's a very good environment.


The Challenges
One of the main challenges facing this crèche is the lack of teachers in the crèche. This in turn affects their ability to provide good quality of care and attention to the children in the crèches. There are usually one or two teachers who are financially supported by the government for each group of 20-30 children. This means that’s almost impossible for the children to receive individual attention, which is the type of attention that children of very young ages require. Because of that, volunteers are always needed in the crèches.

Another challenge is to present a different culture to the children when not even their local teachers know about foreign cultures.

Our Goal
With the partnership between Travellers and the Crèche, we aim to enable small group teaching so that the children receive more individual attention. This in turn will have a very beneficial impact on the children that will be ongoing and will have a ripple effect on their later education as well.

Both the Crèche and Travellers believe that the exposure they receive from the interaction with overseas volunteers will help to broaden everyone’s minds – the staff, the children and their parents - by introducing a foreign culture to them. Each volunteer has lots of knowledge, information and creative thinking to share, and so everyone wins!

Our Achievements

  • These little children have learned many words in English just by playing with the volunteers every day, even if they're not yet old enough to read or write.
  • As a result of their daily interaction with volunteers, the children have been showing a happier behaviour and self-confidence. This has come about as a result of them receiving a lot more individual attention and this is something they should benefit them throughout their educational years.
  • When teachers receive help from the volunteers, it relieves some of the pressure and concerns about workload that they may have and helps them to give even more of their excellent support to the children.
  • The children and their parents, as well as the crèche staff, are continuously gaining more direct knowledge of different cultures and embracing how important this is to their children’s development.