Marsha from New York City and Enzo from France Teaching Children in South Africa

Enzo from France and Marsha from New York City enjoyed teaching children at Doreen’s Crèche in Cape Town South Africa. Both are teaching social development, maths, stories, counting and more. Marsha and Enzo had a lot of fun with the kids.

About the Childcare and Teaching Project in South Africa

As a child care volunteer you will be teaching and caring for beautiful children at Doreen’s Crèche. The well-established day care centre at Masiphumelele Township, around 45 minutes from central Cape Town.

The crèche receives over 60 children aged 3-6 during the day while their parents work to earn a living. You will take care of these dynamic and energetic children, which requires a lot of work. But your love and dedication will be greatly appreciated.

During your stay at Cape Town, you also will learn about township life, culture, and history.

How to work as a volunteer teaching children at the day care in South Africa

Visit our page with the Teaching Project at Doreen’s Crèche and proceed with your application. You also can find more volunteer projects in South Africa here. You may also have a look at all our childcare volunteer abroad projects in more countries.

More testimonials from our volunteers in South Africa:

Isabella with the children of Doreens Creche

Isabella Neves: Volunteer Teacher in Cape Town and visit to Jacobs Bay

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Camilla Bartholomei Santos in Doreen's Kinderkrippe

Camilla is committed to the children at Doreen’s kindergarten in Cape Town

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Ricardo Ramajo caring for orphaned animals

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