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Tuyển sinh visa J1

Hope Centers

Cập nhật: 6/21/2014 2:30:37 PM

Hope Centre was established in June, 1997 under Hanoi Disabled Children Save Association The Centre has 02 sites and provides education for 70 children and young people who are suffering from the effects of autism, brain traumas, down, epilepsy, low memory, homeless children (at the age of 3 and 17). The aim of the Hope Centre is to look after, teach and provide vocational training for these children and help them integrate into ordinary social life. They are arranged into 3 special classes where they receive primary lessons and other vocational training classes where they can learn craft, self-service, pre-education skill, rehabilitation and tailing guided by the Centre's 17 dedicated staffs.

You need to pay fees for

Registration Fee: usd50

Include: Vietnam visa approval document, 24/7 support from local staff, program marketing costs, administration costs, travel costs to inspect programs and communication costs with volunteers.

Program Fee: usd 90 per week

Include: Orientation with basic Vietnamese lessons, program supervision, accommodation and meals (lunch and dinner) during volunteer placement period, In-country 24/7 volunteer support and In-country administration costs.

What additional costs will I have?

Airport pick up = usd 30, Visa, flights, insurrance, vaccinations, souvenirs, trips or tours you do while in the country, transfer back to the airport from program, spending money (volunteers in Vietnam generally find US$15 to be sufficient for basic weekly expenses).