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We are looking for a Psychologist who can help children with their self-esteem, family problems and abilities deficiency.

We are also looking for professional doctors, nurses, dentists, optometrists etc.

Please write to us what kind of work you would like to do.

We would be very happy to have you on our team.

We are also looking for volunteers in various disciplines as: music, sports, arts, cooking, crafts, painting, geography, science, solar panels, electricity, computers, etc.

If you want to initiate a different talent, write to us please.

You will have contact with the children and you have the opportunity to experience a different voluntary work, build with your hands, and use your energy and enthusiasm.

Teaching children: English, mathematics, arts and painting, music, dances or any other activity that the volunteer wants to do. We also need innovative ideas that will stimulate students research aptitudes.

Construction with dirt or concrete: you can help us in this project. This is your opportunity to put your skills and knowledge into practice, build walls, stone floors and stairways among others. You do not have to be a professional, you do not have to know Spanish, we just need your goodwill, your enthusiasm and your ideas. If you wish to bring some tools from your country to facilitate your work, there is no problem with that.

Woodworking: you can take part of this magnificent project of construction of doors, windows, tables, chairs for poor families who would normally sit on the ground or on bricks, beds for poor families who would normally sleep on the ground, furniture for our school and different woodwork, you will always be supervised by a Peruvian who will tell you what to do and how to do, guiding you all along when you need it. Once again, you do not need to be a professional and you do not have to know Spanish; we just need your goodwill, your enthusiasm and your ideas.You can bring your own tools to do your work more easily. Here we have basic tools, please coordinate with Nilton. (Note that electric power is 220V).

Volunteer in Peru | Peru Luz Esperanza, volunteer work with children

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