Volunteer Teaching in Ghana
Meet a generation of eager students and help improve their education, as a teacher in Ghana!
Take this opportunity to make an impact by sharing your knowledge, as you teach subjects like Math, English, History, Science and Foreign Languages at schools in Accra. In addition to regular class-teaching, you will be encouraged to introduce your own ideas and get involved with extracurricular activities, which might include art and design, drama, music, sports or the production of a school newspaper.
Aims & Objectives
- Improve the educational prospects of village children and widen their cultural interactions
- Gain practical knowledge from your teaching experience, an invaluable life skill!
- Assist school staff, working hands on with students and infusing new ideas in classes
Tuesday to Friday
Teaching at the school
Teaching at the school
Preparation time for the next day
During your stay here in Ghana you will be accommodated at our centre here in Accra. The accommodation has a pool (donations for maintenance are requested) and is located within a gated community. Rooms are generally dorm style and are separated between male and female. Programs are located about 20 – 40 minutes away from the house. Limited WIFI is available in the common area. Staff remains on site 7 days a week to assist volunteers.
- Standard Room
- All meals included
- Free beverages (Water,Tea,Coffee)
- Persons per room 2 -14
- Wifi in public areas
- Safety box
- Bed linen
WIFI is available, but in very limited supply. Personal SIM card is recommended.
Typical Ghanaian dishes mixed with western food will be served at the accommodation. Typical ghanaian food includes rice dishes, beans, fruits, vegetables, chicken, beef and fish.
Trip Country Info
Population: 27 million
Currency: Ghana cedi (GH?)
Time zone: GMT (UTC +0)
This multicultural nation is in the western region of Africa, south of the Sahara. Bordered by the Togo in the east, Burkina Faso in the north, Ivory Coast in the west and the Gulf of Guinea and the Atlantic Ocean in the south. Ghana’s President is both head of state and head of the government. They now have one of Africa’s strongest economies, which together with their democratic political system have made them to a regional power in West Africa.
This country has succeeded in keeping its culture alive for centuries making it an amazing place to visit. Its diverse geography and ecology ranges from coastal savannahs to tropical jungles. Once known as the gold coast, Ghana is the second largest producer of gold in Africa and today Ghana is also the second largest producer of cocoa beans in the world.
Participant Criteria & Requirements
|MUST have a yellow fever vaccination and must obtain a certificate as proof|
|Criminal Record Check|
No requirements have been provided.
- 24/7 support in case of emergencies
- Airport Pick up
- English speaking coordinator
What's not included
- Travel insurance