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Loving Ghana, the kids are great! – Jeanette Warthon, from USA

Jeanette Warthon’s Chid Care volunteering in Ghana:

“Loving Ghana, the kids are great.

Ghanaians are so friendly, everyday is a new experience.”

Child Care Volunteering in Ghana

When you join the Child Care volunteering in Ghana, you will be considered a daily staff member, working Monday-Friday.

On the weekends, you may choose to make some trips around, or rather stay and work.

Your efforts will be focused on caring for the kids by nurturing, playing, tutoring, and teaching them.

Also, you will be expected to help with various needs, chores, and duties around the children’s home.

Upon acceptance into the program, you will be provided with a daily schedule to guide your tasks throughout the day.

Jeanette Warthon, from the USA: “loving Ghana, the kids are great. Ghanaians are so friendly, every day is a new experience”

Want to volunteer in Ghana?

Find out more about the Child Care Volunteering in Ghana? 

Visit our page with all the volunteer programs in Ghana.

You might as well be interested in learning about more childcare abroad programs in other African, Asia or Latin-American countries.

IKPVA Volunteer Abroad

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