Volunteer on sustainable construction projects in beautiful local communities in Ghana and help lay the foundations that will set up basic education and health infrastructure in deprived communities for years to come. Contributing to building or renovation work is a great way to see the direct impact you will have on local communities, while having the unique opportunity of experiencing life inside these communities.
Get your hands dirty in exciting and exotic local communities. Help build classrooms, health or recreational centers for the local children or youths,
• Improve sanitation
• Take part in basic repairs and renovation, or
• Give an old building a fresh coat of paint.
If you are looking to get involved in critical construction programs in disadvantaged areas around the world, look no further. We give new meaning to hands-on, practical skills with our rewarding construction efforts around the country. Come enjoy a real-world experience and make the most of your gap year, spring or summer break, or volunteer holiday. Students should find out more about receiving academic credits for our construction programs.
Alternatively join a construction internship and enjoy extensive training and mentorship on sustainable building development.
Our volunteers play a key part in contributing towards our construction project’s goals. Eduvolgh aims to address basic human needs and protect those most at risk. We work to build or improve key infrastructure, and thereby, improve the communities’ access to healthcare, education and children’s development.
Our volunteer programs are designed just for you to fulfill your abroad volunteer goals. Our well-trained, dedicated, and professional staff will work side-by-side with you and provide the needed assistance throughout your stay.
Our host family home offers decent accommodation (neatly fitted rooms) with serene environ, local and continental dishes prepared under strict hygienic conditions, scheduled transportation service, 24/7 security and 4G internet access. “Welcome to the gateway of Africa”