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Volunteer in Vietnam

If you want to volunteer in Asia and you can't find what you are looking for in Vietnam then this is one of life changing volunteer projects for you. Ultimate cycling adventure taking you along roads less traveled into the heart of Cambodia. On this amazing journey you will meet friendly Cambodians who still view foreigners as a novelty and encounter landscapes untouched by tourism. Good for those wanting to see more of the Mekong Delta and Cambodia, get off the beaten track and see it from the locals pace of life.

Vietnam is a country that is located in the easternmost country on the Indochina Peninsula in Southeast Asia and it is officially the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. Vietnam is surrounded with China in the north, Laos in the northwest, with Cambodia in the southwest, and with South China Sea also known as the East Sea in the east. Vietnam is a strip of land shaped like the letter “S”. There are nearly 86 million people living in Vietnam. Vietnam is the 13th highest populated country in the world.  The capital of Vietnam is Hanoi.

The people of Vietnam got their independence and separated from China in 938 AD after they won the battle of Bach Dang River. During the mid 19th century Vietnam was occupied by the French. The people of Vietnam took a lot of pain to oppose the French which ultimately ended in their eviction from the country in the mid-20th century, leaving the nation divided politically into two countries. Fighting between the two sides continued during the Vietnam War, ending with a North Vietnamese victory in 1975.

Vietnam’s total length from north to south is 1,650km. Its width from east to west is 600km at the widest point in the north, 400km in the south, and 50km at the narrowest part, in the centre, in Quang Binh Province. The coastline is 3,260km long and the inland border is 4,510km. Vietnam’s territory is divided into three quarters which consists of mountains and hills and it is also divided into 63 provinces and cities.

The language spoken by the people in Vietnam is Vietnamese and the other languages that are spoken in Vietnam are English, French, Chinese, Russian and German.

Available Vietnam Programs Options
Only Volunteer Programs
Working in orphanages
Working in an orphanage gives you a wonderful opportunity to share your love and skills with poor children. Your efforts will have a great impact on the children's lives as you help contribute to their overall development. The children are very welcoming and very sweet!

Work with the Hill tribe children / people
Here is an opportunity to live and work within a hill-tribe community, helping tribe children and people with a range of education and conservation initiatives, while at the same time experience the natural beauty and culture of this fascinating area.

Working with Disabled and Special Needs Children
Our mission is to empower vulnerable children in communities by providing them with basic needs and building their life skills through childhood development activities. So who ever feel a heart of working with such kind of people is welcome.

Street Children Project
Work at projects for street children is a great way to contribute to the development and education of children in need. It is so important for these children to see a great role model so that they can break out of the cycle of poverty and become successful in future.

Teaching English at schools
By considering this program you can give the children of Vietnam an opportunity to learn English from an international speaker and make their lives more meaningful through your help. At the same time you can gain an invaluable teaching experience.

Health or medical program
Help children and people with life threatening illness in Vietnam and get reward beyond measures. If you have a loving heart and really want to improve the status of health, personal hygiene and sanitation for poor people in Vietnam then come and join us.

Work in local NGOs
Working in local NGOs presents a wonderful opportunity to be immerged within an amazing culture while simultaneously working in your area of interest. The work is often discreet and at times boring, but it is a great way to get work experience and network within the sector.