Start your volunteer experience in India with a free week of cultural activities in Jaipur.
In order to introduce you to the Indian culture, we included some cultural activities, Hindi classes and incredible trips for you at the beginning of your program to volunteer in India.
You may choose, whether you would like to participate in Yoga classes, learn Indian dances or have Indian cooking classes, including to bake chapati. You will also learn about religion, experience Holi and Diwali celebrations, and even draw Mandalas!
Work as a child care volunteer in India with IKPVA in our Orphanage project and support the education and personal development of our kids!Learn More
Go for a trip to India and volunteer with child development at Jaipur. The volunteer program is a residential program for children living close in the neigborhood attending at the moment over 30 children. All the children are from nearby areas of the city are economically very poor.Learn More
Have a unique experience teaching English in India to children at a community school in Jaipur. Your skills and dedication will greatly help to improve the lives of children from a very poor backgrounds.Learn More
Volunteer with Women Empowerment in India with IKPVA providing sustainable development opportunities to girls and women. Help fighting for women’s rights in India!Learn More
Go for a trip to India and work as a medical volunteer in Jaipur in our hands on medical & health program!
As a medical student or prospective nurse, you can help the local population in care centers, hospitals and pharmacies. These medical facilities aim to provide medical and health services to the local public free of charge or at a much lower price than the standard price.Learn More
Work as a construction volunteer in India with IKPVA side by side with local people to build and renovate important public venues, such as schools, hospitals and more.Learn More
Lea describes her experience from the volunteer in India point of view: “Incredible, unexpected and beautiful.”
The local staff is very welcoming and helpful, always ready to give you a hand with your program or giving you tips for your leisure activities. She enjoyed everything on her trip to India, from the airport pickup, orientation, and the projects: “The people are very friendly. sometimes you can be a little bit too friendly, but it’s OK. You get used to it”.
During your stay, you will enjoy the wonderful atmosphere, where you can see Jaipur’s musicians, artisans, and craftsmen. Today, the city attracts travelers for its fine jewelry, varied textiles, and sumptuous cuisine.
Moreover, there are innumerable sagas and stories of culture, traditions, practices, and valor. This diverse land of rich cultural heritage is a royal treat for your volunteer vacations!
After visiting some of these fascinating places, you may enjoy going out shopping in Jaipur. The famous handicrafts, silver and gold jewelry, precious and semi-precious stones, beads and jewelry, blue pottery products, carpets, and textiles are the most preferred ethnic items by visitors.
Delhi, the capital of India, is close to Jaipur, and you can find good connections to other parts of the country by air, rail or roads as well.
Jaipur is one of the fastest-growing cities in India with productive investment opportunities like Mahindra World City, World Trade Park, etc.
Since India is home to roughly one-sixth of the world’s total population, it has become the second-most populous country, after China. And it remains one of the most ethnically diverse countries in the world.
Apart from its many religions and sects, India is home to innumerable castes and tribes, as well as to more than a dozen major, and hundreds of minor linguistic groups from several language families unrelated to one another.
Earnest attempts have been made to instill a spirit of nationhood in so varied population, and India has been blessed with several leaders of world stature, notably Mahatma Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru, who galvanized the masses at home bringing prestige to India abroad.
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Sri Lanka is a tropical island off India where you can save young hatched sea turtles and do valuable work in social and educational projects. At the Hospital in Colombo, you can join a pre-medical observation project or participate in a Clinical Psychology Internship. An unforgettable journey!Learn More
Visit the magical mountains of the Himalayas in Nepal. Near Kathmandu, you can teach young Buddhist monks, teach English at a school, or look after the children of an orphanage. For aspiring doctors, we offer an excellent medical internship at a children's clinic in Kathmandu.Learn More
Join one of our volunteer projects in Cambodia and have an unforgettable travel experience in this culturally rich country of Asia. Join our animal rescue project in Phnom Penh, or work as a childcare volunteer at a daycare or orphanage. For medical students, we offer r medical internship in Cambodia at the Pediatric Hospital in Phnom Penh.Learn More