Date 2013-11-14 08:11:02 Location : Southeast Asia:Thailand
If youre looking for a long-term volunteering opportunity, the International Humanity Foundation is offering you the chance to help in our childrens home.
IHF is looking for hard-working, committed volunteers to help in our childrens home in Thailand. IHF provides education, and in some cases, homes, to children in need in six centers across Indonesia, Thailand and Kenya. IHF has no central headquarters; each center is a product of its environment and follows the cultural code and norms of its host country.
Our Thailand center is a home for hill-tribe children. Children from this marginalised community come to our center for a stable home and a chance for an education.
At the center, you will divide your time between caring for the children and working on international tasks. IHF is a grassroots, all-volunteer organisation with no central office, so all administration work is done in center. All volunteers manage one or more of our international task teams such as university relations, fundraising and media; working together online with volunteers in other centers. You will be assigned according to your experience. You must possess excellent time management skills.
Those who are secure without the comforts of home gain the most from this valuable opportunity. We are looking for applicants preferably with:
- A related university degree; eg. in social studies, language, teaching, medicine, law, social work
- Experience abroad; travel, working or volunteering
- 1-2 years working experience in any field
- Experience with teaching and/or children
Fluency in English, both written and spoken is essential. Those interested in volunteering at an IHF centre are required to complete a level of pre-trip duties in order to gain an understanding of how our organization functions.
Stipend: Volunteers must commit to serve at least a year at the center. Basic accommodation and food is provided by IHF. You are a volunteer at the center, and all local tasks
completed are done so without pay. Volunteers who commit to serving one year or more will receive a small monthly stipend. It is broken down as follows:-
First 3 months: Training period - $20 per month
3-6 months: Assistant co-Director - $50 per month
6-9 months: Co-Director - $80 per month
9-12 months: Co-Director - $100 per month
This stipend results only from the international online work; not from any local tasks.
After one year there is the opportunity to become a full Director.
Strict IHF Policy: These stipends are fixed. They will not be raised for more experienced applicants, and everyone will be upgraded according to the timeframes outlined above, and no sooner. There are no exceptions to this, regardless of what may be the situation in the centre. We are an all-Volunteer organization and training and hands-on experience is paramount.
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