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Offer: International Volunteering: Sex Workers in Sierra Leone

Challenging Opportunity: Sierra Leone
Sierra Leone is one of the poorest nations in Africa. There has been a sharp increase in prostitution. Resolving the poverty that drives the prostitution is an important new initiative.

NGOabroad, a service which matches your skills to international need,
seeks people who have one or more of the following skills:

+ Experience working with sex workers
• Experience in community & capacity building
• Experience in business development
• Can teach entrepreneurial or income generating skills
• Work well with youth
• Can teach literacy skills

Because this is a post-conflict region, first priority will be given to people that:
• Have experience in West Africa, Africa or
• Have experience with poverty

Assist vibrant organization that is rebuilding Sierra Leone!
Help establish a solid foundation in Sierra Leone by helping build livelihoods
so youth are not drawn to conflict. Educate women and children.

Please read website: http://www.ngoabroad.com/
then send us your resume & answered Questionnaire to info@NGOabroad.com.
If you are entering international development work, this position provides valuable experience.
It is not a paid position; but "if you will eat at our table & sleep in our home"
then food & room will humbly be provided.

NGOabroad is a unique service that provides frugal, customized international volunteer options and helps people enter international humanitarian work. http://www.ngoabroad.com/

Interested? Please read the entire NGOabroad website.
Email info as requested on home page: embedded resume
& answered Questionnaire to info@NGOabroad.com

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Rebecca's picture

I'm perusing your website

I'm perusing your website right now...how exciting and inspiring! Thanks for posting, you've definitely sparked my interest!

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Summer Camps

Let's talk about the summer camps. Recall how in destve we stayed in summer camps and will do so that our children would not have missed this opportunity. It’s the middle of winter so naturally you may be thinking about summer weather, and the opportunities for fun, adventure and a change in scenery that a summer camp provides. A little planning now will make it possible for some of those day dreams to come true.
Types of Summer Camps/Summer Experiences. When the word “camp” comes up many children and adults think about traditional, outdoor living, sleep over type camps. But there are actually many different types of camps and summer experiences that can help you achieve your goals. An increasing number of traditional residential camps are accessible to children and adults with disabilities, along with day camps, summer classes, adapted athletic teams and tours.
Here are a few categories to think about:
• Learning about the outdoors
• Theater/performing arts
• Art
• Music
• Special interests such as computers, science, fashion design or cooking
• Hobbies such as chess, short wave radio, scrap-booking, bird watching or gardening
• Sports
• Cheerleading
• Sailing or boating
• Career related jobs, or internships

Select a gift for children! - Best Summer Camps
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