Freiwillige Hilfe

Freiwillige Hilfe – als Volunteer nach Tansania?

Hast Du nicht auch schon mal davon geträumt, nach Afrika zu reisen und dort wirklich in einer Gemeinschaft integriert zu sein und freiwillige Hilfe zu leisten?

Ferien als freiwillige Helferin / freiwilliger Helfer bringen Dich in Kontakt mit einer internationalen Community.

 

Freiwillige Hilfe, Volunteer, Tansania, Hostel Hoff,

Das gesamte Team mit Helferinnen und Helfern

 

Dein Engagement wird Einfluss auf  Dein Leben haben und Du wirst es nie vergessen. Du wirst etwas Unschätzbares mit zurückbringen.

 

Freiwillige Hilfe, Hostel Hoff, Volunteer, Tansania

Auf Augenhöhe.

Es gibt so viele Möglichkeiten, wo Du helfen kannst – und mit Gleichgesinnten zusammen bist:

  • in einem Waisenhaus
  • in einer Schule
  • in Berufsbildungszentren
  • in Frauengruppen,
  • in Zentren für Kinder mit Behinderungen
  • bei Umweltschutzprojekten
  • in der Pflege

 

Freiwillige Hilfe, Hostel Hoff, Volunteer, Tansania

Hostel Hoff – das Haus

 

Freiwillige Hilfe, Hostel Hoff, Volunteer, Tansania

Hostel Hoff – einer der Schlafräume

 

 

Freiwillige Hilfe, Hostel Hoff, Volunteer, Tansania

Hostel Hoff – der Wohnraum

 

Ich habe vor einigen Monaten Amanda Natai in Tansania kennengelernt. Sie ist die Gründerin und Leiterin des Projektes Hostel Hoff. Sie kommt ursprünglich aus Australien und hat selbst als Volunteer gearbeitet. Dabei hat sie sich immer darüber geärgert, dass man als Volunteer auch noch dafür zahlen muss, wenn man hilft.

Das wollte sie ändern und hat sich geschworen, einmal ihr eigenes Projekt zu gründen. Sie hat es geschafft: viele Menschen, meist jüngere, doch auch viele ältere, haben in ihrem Projekt die Möglichkeit, auf unterschiedichste Art und Weise zu helfen – und zahlen lediglich für Kost und Logis.

 

Willst Du mehr wissen: Bei mir erfährst Du alles!

Schreib mir einfachüber das Kontaktformular oder ruf mich an:

0221 / 7326504 oder 0157 / 73 57 41 65

 

Hier kannst Du schon mal einiges über die Projekte lesen (steht am Ende auch als Download zur Verfügung):

 

Volunteer opportunities through Hostel Hoff

Thank you for your interest in volunteering through Hostel Hoff and supporting such great causes. The successes of these programs are because of people like you offering your time and assistance. Listed below are the volunteer projects that we work with.

This list can be overwhelming, if you don’t have a specific preference, we can allocate you into whichever project is most in need when you arrive in Moshi. Also if you have a special skill (web design, fundraising, marketing, work with children, teaching, social work etc.) please let us know and we can suggest which project might be most suitable.

Hostel Hoff also runs a local NGO, Path to Africa and a portion of your stay is donated to support this cause. Details are provided below however for more information please visit our web site, www.pathtoafrica.org

Also, feel free to visit our Hostel Hoff facebook page, use the below link or search Hostel Hoffers. http://www.facebook.com/home.php?sk=group_62190179599


Path to Africa

Path to Africa is a registered charity in Tanzania and was set up by the owners of Hostel Hoff. Many volunteers often bring fundraised money or continue fundraising efforts after their stay. Path to Africa distributes these funds to projects that are most in need.

From 2008 to 2012, Path to Africa worked on building a Children’s Centre in the village of Newlands which is on the outskirts of Moshi. Since then, Path to Africa is looking to distribute these funds to a larger range of projects.

For the moment, our main goal is assisting the Hope Village Orphanage. This is one of our projects listed below and they are in desperate need of funding assistance. Any volunteer interested in web design, fundraising or grant writing is welcome to volunteer with Path to Africa and help us obtain funds for the projects we support.

 

Teaching

  • Born to Learn, Newlands Village

“Born to Learn” was created by past volunteers from Hostel Hoff in the village of Newlands. Volunteers saw the volume of children hanging around the streets and not attending school. Our volunteers contacted the local church Pastor who kindly offered to provide some classroom space for this project. There are now approximately 80 children (6-10 years old) attending classes every day free of charge. All older children have secured sponsorship for government and private schools.

Volunteers are required for teaching, predominately English and Maths classes, therefore qualified teachers are particularly valuable here. Other volunteers with little or no teaching experience are also welcome to assist in classrooms. The school is English medium. There is also the opportunity to be involved in the construction work of the new school. “Born to Learn” ask for certain commitments from volunteers. Please email for more information.

Transport is by private minibus costing 4,000TSH (approx. USD$2.5) per day.

 

  • Kilimanjaro Young Girls in Need

KYGN is run by a local woman, Anna Mariah. The centre was originally established to help vulnerable, ‘at risk’ young girls from the village Mambogini, on the outskirts of town. Their aim was to improve their prospects, as many turn to prostitution as the only means of making money. The project has now evolved to work with younger children, teaching them life skills alongside normal subjects such as English, basic reading & writing and Mathematics. The school has over 200 students (ages 3-10 years old) and is based in the village. There is one nursery class and two primary classes, which are taught in English by local teachers.

Volunteers are invited to assist the teachers in their daily activities – teaching, games, sports, art, etc. With so many children the project is in great need of support from volunteers.

Transport is by private minibus taxi costing 5,000TSH (approx. USD$3) per day.

 

  • Good Hope Organisation

Good Hope was founded in 2011 and offers an education to children who have failed the primary school standard 7 examination and are therefore no longer able to attend government sponsored school. The organization focuses on vulnerable children with challenging backgrounds, whose families cannot afford to pay for them to now go to private school their only option. The Good Hope team’s aim is to bring the children up to secondary school entry standards and secure sponsors for their secondary education or vocational training. Currently there are Volunteers are needed to assist the local volunteer teachers in class. Once volunteers feel confident they are encouraged to plan and teach English, Geography or other projects based subjects of the volunteer’s choice. All volunteer teaching is with translation and overall support. The organization is well run and provides great support to volunteers. The mama’s speak good English and all of the children can communicate in basic English. Please also see the additional aspect to this project under ‘Health, Medical and Clinical Work’.

Transport to the project is by foot approx 35-45 mins

 

Nursery Teaching

There are a number of Nursery schools which are located within walking distance from Hostel Hoff. They teach 3-7 year olds and the hours are generally 9am-12noon. This is very basic teaching, mostly English & Math’s. Learning ABC’s and 123 etc. The children are lovely, very keen to learn and in a lot of cases, the children who cannot afford the nursery fees are getting free placements. One of these nurseries is Islamic and female volunteers are required to cover their heads and shoulders and wear long skirts or loose trousers. Male volunteers are asked to wear trousers or shorts below the knee.

Transport to the project is by foot approx 25-40 mins from Hostel Hoff.

 

  • Juvenile Retention Home

This home is operated by the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare and is for young people who have been arrested and retained whilst awaiting or undergoing trial. Most stay for a few months and are then either released or sent to approved schools. Ages range from 12-17 years and there is a mixture of girls and boys, although the majority of these teenagers are male. Most are only educated to primary school level and come from poor villages. As a result they have been caught up in crime, usually theft and housebreaking, in order to generate cash to be able to meet basic needs such as buying food. A few of the young people are accused of more serious crimes.

Volunteers are needed to teach these teenagers skills that will help them survive and generate an income once they are released. Classroom subjects such as English and Math´s are useful, but vocational skills such as gardening, carpentry and handicrafts are most welcome. New lessons and skills are encouraged and funds may be available to support these ideas. Volunteers work in the mornings through to mid-afternoon. There is onsite local staff support and many volunteers find this a very rewarding experience.

Transport to the project is by foot approx. 10-15 mins.

 

  • Pamoja Tunaweza Boys & Girls Club

The club aims to enrich some of the most vulnerable and at risk youth in Moshi with the skills and support to live independent, sustainable and responsible lives by teaching them vocational and leadership skills. Club programs are led by leader members, which is vital to its success, as they provide inspiring community role models.

In the morning business classes and Co- Operative production is held for 17-25 year olds as their creative and artistic skills produce incredible jewelry, art and tailoring items which is sold in the community and to tourists to raise funds for the Club and members living expenses as the majority of them do not have families.

Volunteers are needed if they have a certain craft skill to contribute they are welcome in the morning sessions. Alternatively, most volunteering work will be during the afternoon when the club offers drop in sports dance, music, theater programs, computer and English classes for a wider age range of 6-22 year olds. During holidays volunteers are needed to assist in planning activities for the younger children.

The club suggests a non-compulsory volunteer contribution of USD$250 and will use the funds towards their sustainability goals. Ideas of how to fundraise this

can be provided. Please email expressing interest and any ideas/skills you have to offer if you would like to work with the Boys & Girls Club.

Transport to the project is by foot approx 20-25 mins

 

  • Toa Nafasi – (minimum of 3 months volunteering)

Toa Nafasi means ‘provide a chance’ and was established in response to the uniform approach of education in schools in Tanzania, where little consideration is given to individuality or learning styles. Targeting children struggling in mainstream education, the project aims to provide them with the necessary tools to reach their full potential. Currently Toa Nafasi is working in one primary school on the outskirts of Moshi. Volunteers roles will vary throughout the year, since the first months of the academic year are used for assessing children and identifying their needs and in later months they are tutored in small groups for parts of the school day.

The project is suitable for volunteers with experience of working with learning difficulties, teachers and occupational therapists. Help is needed in assessing and tutoring the children. In addition, since the project is in its infancy, support with raising their profile in social media, writing blog entries, fund raising, writing grant proposals and researching options for the expansion of the project are also required. Children are around aged 7-8. A basic grasp of Swahili is also necessary to tutor the children. Volunteers will need to undertake lessons during their first few weeks in Moshi, which we can help organize for you. Please email if you are interested in this project.

Transport to the project is by foot and local bus, costing approximately USD$2 per day.

 

  • Mawela Vocational Training Centre

This centre caters for teenagers and young adults who are no longer in mainstream education. Often they have failed end of year exams and are therefore not able to attend government schools and private schools financially out of reach.

Mawela offers opportunities to those teenagers who would otherwise be left without a secondary level education. The centre runs vocational classes in carpentry, welding, sewing, basic auto repair and electrical skills where volunteers with the appropriate skills are welcome to assist.

Volunteers with a background in design or marketing could also work to develop products the school could produce and sell to generate funds for the school as an income. In addition Mawela has two classrooms where these teenagers are taught additional subjects such as English, Math´s, and Business Skills.

Volunteers with a background in these areas are always welcome to volunteer as assistants.

Transport to the project is by foot and local bus, costing approximately USD$2 per day.

 

Orphanages

  • Neema Baby Orphanage (minimum of 3 months volunteering)

Run by the Lutheran Church, this orphanage is home to 51 babies ranging in age from 1 day to 4 years. These children are mostly found abandoned, although some have lost their mothers in childbirth and their fathers are unable to care for them. At age 4 they are moved to orphanages for older children or, where possible, reunited with their extended families.

Volunteers are mainly needed to play with the children as the nuns have little time to offer this stimulation alongside their other duties. Volunteers are also expected to be involved with duties such as washing, feeding and changing babies and taking them to the clinic. The older children are taught using Montessori methods and volunteers are also welcome to assist teachers in the classroom. The orphanage is beautifully maintained and the nuns do an excellent job caring for these children.

Volunteers must respect their routine and work to support the nuns in raising the orphans in a way appropriate to their culture and religion, for example dressing in suitable clothing is extremely important. There are four houses at Neema, all for different age groups and you can choose which house to work in.

Working hours are from 9am to 1pm. The orphanage is located in the village of Machame on the foothills of Kilimanjaro. If you are interested in volunteering here please email to discuss this in more detail.

Transport to the project is approx 45mins by local bus, costing approx USD$2 per day.

 

  • Hope Orphanage

This project is now 4 years old and is a delight to be involved with. Hope Orphanage is located within walking distance from Hostel Hoff and is a centre for 8 wonderful children, aged 4-11 years old.

These children love the attention from volunteers who are needed for assisting with homework and spending general time playing with the children. You can also assist with general household chores such as food preparation and laundry.

 

The children are very outgoing and interactive and there is a great chance to create a real bond with them. Volunteers may also choose to assist at a nursery school nearby in the morning, as the children are all in school, and then return to the orphanage in the afternoon around 4pm. Volunteers that wish to spend extra time with the older children are welcome to spend Saturday mornings at the orphanage when all the children are home, as well as during school holidays.

Transport to the project is by foot or taxi, costing approximately USD$3 per day.

 

  • Kili Kids Centre

Please see Building / Construction / Gardening for more information about this orphanage as this is usually a farming project. However, volunteers are also needed during school holidays to spend time with the children, running activities such as sport, art and crafts and consolidating topics they have been taught at school.

Transport to the project is by local bus and foot, costing approximately USD$2 per day.

 

Working with Disabilities

  • Building a Caring Community – children

This project involves assisting day care centre’s for children with disabilities. The organization has 11 centres around the Kilimanjaro/Moshi region. Each centre is very small, caring for approx. 10 children with mild physical or mental disabilities. There are 2 women working at each centre, but volunteers are required to give extra attention to the children, playing with them and helping with the daily chores.

Despite the hardships these children face, these centres are very happy environments. This opportunity is rare in Tanzania, where children with disabilities are largely neglected. The centres not only provide a much needed service to these children, but do so in a refreshingly warm and happy environment. The organization also assists parents with loans so they can go out and start a business whilst their child is being taken care of. The work of the volunteers includes talking and playing with the children, helping with drawing and writing, helping with feeding and other daily chores and assisting with simple exercises with the physically disabled children. The project welcomes any volunteers; however if you have experience in occupational or physical therapy, this is an added bonus.

Transport to the project is by foot and or local bus depending on site location, costing approximately USD$2 per day.

 

Manual Work

There are a number of projects available for those interested in outdoor work. Currently 2 projects such as Kili Kids has a large gardening/permaculture project and TAFCOM is also building a primary school and need help with construction on an intermittent basis

Building projects can depend on funds that the project have at that time therefore if you are interested, contact us to see what is currently happening with the projects.

  • Kili Kids Centre

This is a centre for boys and girls aged 1 to 16. There are currently 29 orphans living at Kili Kids, which was established after 2 years of fundraising in Australia by the founders. At the start of 2011, Kili Kids completed their new, Eco friendly centre to house these children. Kili Kids operate a permaculture and sustainability project on their farm alongside the orphanage.

Volunteers are needed to work on the farm assisting the local farm manager (who has excellent English) planting, tending and harvesting crops, helping with general maintenance and caring for the animals. Work is usually from 9am – 1pm as the afternoons are too hot for manual work. Once or twice a week volunteers can return to the orphanage late in the afternoon to run activities with the children after they return from school.

Transport to the project is by local bus and foot, costing approximately USD$2 per day.

 

Health, Medical and Clinical Work

  • St Joseph’s Hospital

St Joseph’s is a district hospital located in Moshi. Volunteers can be medical professionals, students or those with a scientific/laboratory background. There are a number of departments at the hospital, including surgical, gynaecology and paediatrics. Volunteers may be asked to complete 8 hour shifts alongside doctors. Dependent upon experience volunteers may also work without supervision. As such this is fantastic experience for medical students and professionals. A fee is payable to volunteer at St Joseph’s. This is USD$200 per month of volunteering and funds are used to finance free or low cost medicine and treatment for women and children under 5 years old, who could otherwise not afford medical intervention. If you are interested in this project please contact us for a more detailed information sheet.

Transport to the project is by foot approx 30-40 minutes

 

  • Good Hope Organisation

As described under the ‘Teaching’ projects sections, this organization was founded in 2011 and also undertakes home visits to local teenagers and adults suffering with serious illnesses, providing medical support, physical therapy and counselling. Seminars and information sessions regarding HIV and other serious illnesses are run in local primary schools. Medical professionals, physiotherapists and those with a healthcare background are welcome to help support this work.

Transport to the project is by foot approx. 30-40 minutes

 

Women’s Projects

  • Tusaidiane Women’s Group (minimum of 3 months volunteering)

Tusaidiane is a Gender Justice group started by an American, Amanda and a Tanzanian, Rahabu. Their aim is to provide economic, emotional, and educational support to women of Tanzania in order to foster gender justice and improve standards of living. Every Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon they hold meetings and run seminars on topics such as HIV/AIDS awareness, water borne diseases, and women’s rights.

The group also performs home visits to monitor members‘ social situations. Volunteers with a background in social work/health care, business, women and gender studies, or with an interested in carrying out awareness seminars are invited to assist in the development of this group. The project operates from the Tusaidiane Community Centre and there are several projects with which a volunteer can engage full-time. Generally requires 1 month advance notice.

Volunteers with experience in social work/health care, psychology, business, or microfinance can be helpful to this project. Currently they are in need of some construction assistance to finish builing a community center kitchen ara.

Transport to the project is by foot and local bus, costing approximately USD$2 per day.

 

  • Network Against Female Genital Mutilaion (NAFGEM)- (minimum of 3 months volunteering)

NAFGEM is an organization working towards the elimination of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), child marriages and other forms of violence against women and young girls. In some areas of Tanzania the incidence of FGM can be as high as 70%. NAFGEM run several programs to empower women involving community outreach education through trainings, seminars and workshops.

They also have several safe houses for girls that have run away from early marriage and/or FGM. Volunteer work can involve assisting the girls at the safe house with homework and business/vocational skills. There is also the opportunity for volunteers interested in assisting with office work, marketing, fieldwork and research.

This project would be ideal for those with an interest in social work or gender studies. The nature of your volunteer work would depend on your background and length of stay. The project asks for a non-compulsory volunteer contribution of USD$100 per month to cover costs associated with hosting a volunteer. Please contact us for more information if you are considering volunteering at this project.

Transport to the project is by foot and less than a 3 minute walk from Hostel Hoff

 

Projects with Multiple Aspects

  • Jipe Moyo

Jipe Moyo is a community project with a number of interests. Firstly a women’s group, it offers support to women in the area suffering with serious long term illnesses such as HIV/Aids or diabetes. There are weekly meetings for those women well enough to attend, discussing their health and offering advice and support. One day each week the women undertake home visits, taking small food parcels and keeping company those people in the community not well enough to travel to the centre. Jipe Moyo also has a small nursery school in need of teaching assistants/teachers. Volunteers can be involved in all aspects of their work, including teaching, home visits and health advice.

Transport to the project is by foot approx.30 minute walk from Hostel Hoff.

 

  • Newlands Orphanage & Nursery School

Path to Africa has a long history with this project since when the charity was first established we helped fund the running costs of the orphanage. The orphanage and nursery school are located in Newlands, a rural village outside Moshi town. The orphanage is currently home to 40 children ranging in age from 5 years to 20 years.

During school holidays volunteers are needed to run activities and tuition with the children. Next door to the orphanage is a nursery school, providing an education to approximately 80 of the village children in two classes (age 3-4 and age 5-6). Although the nursery has two qualified teachers, with such large numbers in each class it is hard for them to give attention to all of the children,

especially those who are struggling. Volunteers are needed during term time to assist the teachers in the class. Dependent upon which time of year you are in Moshi, volunteers can work at the nursery or the orphanage. Nursery hours are 8am to 12pm. If volunteers wish to spend the morning at the nursery and afternoon at the orphanage during term time, they are welcome to do so. Some of the children from the nursery will be around to play (only 2 of the orphans are in nursery school) and the staff at the orphanage are always grateful for help with chores such as preparing food, cleaning and laundry.

Transport to the project is by foot and local bus, costing approximately USD$2 per day.

 

  • TAFCOM

TAFCOM stands for Tanzanian Organization Facilitating Community Development Projects. The organization was established in 2005 in order to tackle the poor standards of living, healthcare and education in the Kilimanjaro region. They aim to work within the community to empower people and help alleviate some of the day to day challenges. Focusing much of their work with people living with HIV/Aids. TAFCOM operate multiple branches and volunteers are welcome to choose which area they work in.

Volunteers can assist teachers in a day care centre for vulnerable children and orphans with approximately 80 children, ranging from 2 to 6 years of age. Other projects include a Home-Based Care Programme 3 days per week providing medical, educational and financial support to HIV/Aids victims; a micro-finance division offering soft loans to allow families to establish small businesses; and a women’s tailoring group giving women the skills they need to produce and sell their own products. There is opportunity to teach these women other useful skills, such as English and cooking or jewelry making. TAFCOM are also building a primary school and need help with construction on an intermittent basis. Volunteers with the necessary skills are welcome to work in any aspect of the organization.

Transport to the project is by foot and local bus, costing approximately USD$2 per day.

 


 

Antworten auf Fragen zum Ablauf, zur Sicherheit, zu Versicherungen usw. an Amanda Natai, Gründerin und Geschäftsführerin:

At Hostel Hoff, we have 2 houses currently, one which can hold 28 volunteers and the other which is 22 volunteers. Therefore we can take 50 volunteers at any one time. During busy months, both houses are open and then when we quieter, we have just one house open. The rooms at each house vary from 2 bed to 6 beds. Our standard rates are based on the dorm rooms which are 3-6 beds and then our twin/double rooms are held aside for couples or friends travelling together who want their own room. The twin/double rooms have a USD$2pp supplement charge on them.

Our volunteers range from 18 years old all the way up. We have had volunteers in their 70’s before. 80% of our volunteer would be between 18-25 years old and then we always have a few that are in their 30’s or 40’s and some that are retired and always dreamt of doing something like this. We have had a number of families come with their young children, which works well. We have also had a few occasions where we have had 16 or 17 year olds, after having close communication with the parents and making sure everything feels comfortable for their children to come without an adult accompanying.

Our volunteers do not need special skills. If they do have skills, we will look at which projects can use someone with those skills the most. If they have no special skill set, they can let us know their interests and we can talk through the most suitable project. They might like to work at an orphanage or feel comfortable doing some basic English teaching (ABC’s / 1,2,3’s etc).

Under Hostel Hoff, we run Path To Africa and the volunteers obtain their volunteer visas under Path To Africa. However, this means they can volunteer at any project in Moshi. Attached is the list of projects we have and volunteers can choose what interests them the mostly. Some volunteers will choose a project in advance and others will wait and talk through options with us when they are here.

We have an agent in Denmark who sends a lot of volunteers to us. She categorizes the projects under sub headings like, teaching, orphanage, women’s groups etc. and tells the volunteer to choose one sub category. We then allocate which project we think is best within that sub category. Alternatively, you could give the whole list to a volunteer or just ask their interests.

For your friend who works at the school, if it’s teenagers, the school might like to organize some sort of school trip to incorporate the volunteering. We normally have a minimum 1 month stay however if it’s a group that can come over with a specific plan to paint a school for example, we can set something up like this.

The students would just need to fundraise for the costs of the paint etc. Alternatively, it might just be something that individual students want to come.

To give you some history, Hostel Hoff was originally established back in 2007 to provide a low-cost volunteering option near the base of Mt. Kilimanjaro in Moshi. Guests come and stay with us for a minimum of one month, only paying for their accommodation and food whilst we organize their volunteering placement for free!

We attract a very diverse demographic from all over the world, ranging in age and life experience so this also creates a very unique cultural and English immersion opportunity.

We do often have parents concerned about their son or daughter travelling. It’s quite often that we have email communication with parents who feel nervous. Once they communicate with us, they always feel at ease and they can even call us or skype for a chat. We would explain that we would be there to collect their son/daughter from the airport, show them around town and always be available whenever they need us. There is a live in manager at the hostel as well as a general manager and myself who are there during the days.

We have the attached volunteer agreement (s. letzte Seite) which we send to the volunteers and ask them to sign and bring with them or sign once they are here. It’s just to make sure they do read our advise about safety precautions and looking after themselves when in a foreign country.

In regards to the safety at the hostel, we have 2 guards who work shifts and on guard 24 hours a day. We have never had to use them for anything unfortunate happening however they are there to make sure our volunteer are and feel safe.

It is very important that volunteers take our international travel insurance to cover them when here. If they would like extra coverage, we can organize flying doctors emergency cover, which is helicopter evacuation to Kenya if they needed it. This only costs USD$10 per 1 month period. It’s not travel or health insurance, just covers the evacuation.

Another point, if it makes people feel more comfortable, let them know that Hostel Hoff is run by an Australian which might feel more comforting than a completely locally run hostel. I’m also a mother and although my kids are young, I’m quite good at pulling the 18/19 year old volunteers aside if needed and giving them some motherly advice on ways to behalf when they go out or into town etc.

 


 

Hostel  Hoff Terms and Conditions

This is an agreement between HOSTEL HOFF & PATH TO AFRICA as a Non Governmental Organization and ____________________ as a volunteer. Placement with HOSTEL HOFF & PATH TO AFRICA will be for a period of ______________ Volunteering Monday -Friday

Hostel Hoff will provide the following:

  • Provide staff support to assist with any problems or concerns
  • Provide town tours and facilitate logistical needs such as SIM Cards, ATM’s, Pharmacy Etc.
  • Facilitate introduction to selected project
  • Provide daily breakfast and dinner, laundry and cleaning
  • Provide a clean, safe and friendly environment
  • Be available for guest feedback, suggestions or concerns
  • Monitor overall health and well being of all volunteers

Volunteer Code of Conduct:

  • Volunteer agrees to maintain appropriate visa and immigration requirements
  • Volunteer understands PATH TO AFRICA is the host organization of their volunteer visa and is only valid during their booking period with HOSTEL HOFF
  • Volunteer agrees to represent themselves HOSTEL HOFF and PATH TO AFRICA in a professional and appropriate manner and agrees to be culturally sensitive to local customs
  • Volunteer agrees to maintain a respectful and cordial environment with employees, other volunteers and on site project staff
  • Volunteer agrees to take all reasonable personal safety precautions
  • Volunteer agrees to express any challenges or issues to management for swift resolution
  • Volunteer understands HOSTEL HOFF is not a traditional hostel and volunteer placements require a one month minimum commitment
  • Volunteer understands that the non refundable deposit paid covers the FINAL 25% of booking, in the event of early departure a prorated refund will be issued for the difference between early departure date and the dates covered by your deposit (Final 25% of booked nights)
  • Volunteer understands they are financially responsible for entire booking period, including extensions. Credit will not be given for nights away from hostel i.e. trips, excursions, etc…
  • Volunteer understands that Hostel Hoff is a Drug Free property and will not participate in any use, purchasing, or distribution of illegal substances

 

 

 

_____________________________                   _____________________________

Volunteer                                                                               Hostel Hoff

 


 

Kosten für Unterbringung, Verpflegung und Betreuung

 

Der Einsatz/Platz als Volunteer ist kostenlos. Es fallen lediglich Kosten für den Transfer vom und zum Flugplatz, für die Unterbringung/Übernachtung, Verpflegung und Wäsche sowie das Visum an. Diese sind Abhängig von der Aufenthaltsdauer:

 

Dauer Aufenthalt Kosten *)
1. Monat        670,00 €
 Airport Transfer            80,00 €
Summe:        750,00 €
2. + 3. Monat        640,00 €
2 Monate     1.310,00 €
 Airport Transfer            80,00 €
Summe:     1.390,00 €
3 Monate     1.950,00 €
 Airport Transfer            80,00 €
Summe:     2.030,00 €
mehr als 3 Monate (pro Monat)        615,00 €
 Airport Transfer           80,00 €
zusätzliche Kosten:
Visum bis 3 Monate  $       250,00
länger als 3 Monate  $    1.050,00
Die Kosten beinhalten:
Einsatz als Volunteer
Unterstützung durch das Personal
Übernachtung (Zimmer mit 3 bis 6 Betten)
Frühstück und Abendessen
tägliche Wäsche

 


 

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