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Many children in rural communities across Ghana lack access to basic computer skills and the benefits of our world of growing technology.
As a volunteer on our ICT program, you will help communities capitalize on technologies by teaching computer and multimedia skills and contribute ideas that promote socio economic development. In the local schools, you will teach basic computer skills, data processing, introduction to windows, MS Windows, MS Excel (Spread sheet), MS Word and MS PowerPoint.
Social change doesn’t just happen people and communities must work together to advocate for freedom and equality without bounds or limits.
It is transformation that takes understanding, acceptance, cooperation and volunteer service.
Therefore, CVN making all efforts to fight forparity and freedomfor every one by the help of our volunteers.
The project focuses on youth development in rural areas where cocoa, coffee, maize, rice, yam, cashew and other cash crops and vegetables are cultivated in small holding structures.
When all members of the community became involved in the lives to youth, student attendance and the quality of education greatly improve.
Youth have the power to make their mark on the world when they are empowered through service, and can access the education and resources that can help them give back to their communities.
CVN offers magnificent opportunities for volunteers to help in wild life and environmental conservation projects animal care. Conservation project volunteers work in a diversity of project various game and wildlife centers such as Tafi Atome Monkey Sanctuary, Mole Nation at park and kyabobo national park at Nkwanta in the north of Volta Region.
Summer Camp – Program. 3 weeks community help and travel.
Dates Start: Any days of June, July, August, September and October every year.
Empowering women in Africa is a key part of many of CVN’s projects, such as those concerning Human Rights, HIV/AIDS and Micro-finance. These are all projects which help African women overcome challenges and become financially independent.
Care Volunteers Network organizes music performance and training or lessons to volunteers interested in culture and music. Our volunteers are taking through series of Ghanaian music and dancing, drumming, cultural display and story telling.
Volunteers will learn to play, sing and dance with various music ensembles in Ghana for that matter Volta Region.
The development objective of the Community Development is to establish an effective and sustainable instrument to improve the living conditions and the economic status of disadvantaged communities.
As part of CVN’s quest to promote African culture, we have introduced an internship opportunity for people who would like to come and learn traditional African dance and drumming.
One of the most important work to be done in developing communities is setting up basic infrastructure.
Assisting communities through building lays a foundation that will allow locals to continue with your efforts even after your work of volunteer abroad has ended.
Our term is working in collaboration with all health care volunteer organisations and professionals,hospitals to help donate medical and surgical equipment, medications and other medical supplies to various under privilege, ill-equipped and understaffed hospitals in Ghana.
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CVN offers the opportunity to make a great change to the life of child in Ghana. Many children in Ghana suffer from undernourishment, inadequate, poor harvesting and little opportunity to education.
Sponsoring a child makes a lot difference to their future.
VPWA’s Africa Business Development (ABD) project provides volunteering opportunities for professionals who would like to contribute their skills and experience to indigenous African companies. Students can also apply for internship opportunities in a wide range of business areas.
This project aims to build a healthy and sustainable environment in Volta Region, Ghana, whilst also reducing poverty by providing social and economic benefits.
At Green Volta Region, we grow seedling of the fast growing and drought resistant’s teak trees (tectonagrandis ),moringaoleifera tree.
Faced with a lack of infrastructure and low secondary school attendance, Ghana’s literacy rate is estimated to be just 58%. The aim of the Street Library project is to help more children and youths, particularly those in rural areas, discover reading.
CVN has opportunities for volunteers to work in line with locals in health care. With small health clinics and under staffed hospitals serving low income communities. Volunteers support the over worked staff, adding to their efficiency and allowing more people in need to be served.
The only sanitation block in LogbaAdzakoe village has collapsed. The foundations gave way causing the entire structure to fall into the pit below. The large majority of Adzakoe residents have no toilets in their homes and therefore rely on this sanitation block on a daily basis.