Child Care program

About Child Care

Daily caring for and help with Basic English of children from underprivileged communities is one of the most satisfying and accessible of volunteering activities. The overall purpose of these projects is to provide a higher standard of care to infant's children in different public and privately-run facilities by providing hands-on support on a day to day basis.

Why a Volunteer program?

Volunteering is a beautiful way to travel with numerous benefits that are being enjoyed by tens of thousands of people from all over the world each year.

If you are looking to have fun, make a difference and do it safely then you can look forward to making a volunteering trip for the following reasons:

Location – Cape Town, South Africa

South Africa is the only nation-state named after its geographic location. South Africa is an incredibly popular backpacker destination, welcoming hundreds of thousands of travellers from all over the world every year, visiting to experience the lively cities of Cape Town and Johannesburg, go on safari, and for some as a jumping off point for a longer African of the world's most diverse destinations, South Africa has it all! From exciting big five safaris to the impressive coastal landscape along the Garden Route, the cosmopolitan cool of Cape Town to the rich history of KwaZulu Natal's battlefields, the gastronomic heartland of the Winelands to the dry sands of the Kalahari; South Africa's description as the Rainbow Nation couldn't be more apt.

South Africa will feel most familiar to anyone from a western culture, so as long as you use common sense and behave as you would while visiting any country, you needn't worry too much about breaking social norms. However, South Africa's turbulent history and ongoing issues mean there are a few things to be aware of. South Africa is a beautiful country, with friendly people and stunning views (and penguins! and ostriches!) and vibrant cities. If many are hesitant to travel afar, South Africa is a great choice. Everyone is welcoming and helpful (and speaks English).

Cape Town is the southernmost city of the African continent and the second largest city in South Africa and has one of the most amazing displays of nature and culture that you'll find on the continent. It's home to the famous Cape of Good Hope where you'll get a thrilling glimpse of where the Atlantic meets the Indian Ocean;

The colourful streets of Bo-Kaap are famous amongst visitors to Cape Town, offering a quick glimpse into the culture of the Muslim descendants who created the raucous and enchanting streets. These descendants of South East Asian slaves have brought their cultural heritage to life, offering delectable Muslim cuisine and entertainments.

The Wine Lands of Cape Town was the original source of the city's fame. Endlessly stretching along hills and valleys, the vineyards produce some of the most delicious and prized wines in the world. For those who do not favour wine drinking, the landscape alone is enough to make some visitors want to stay for a lifetime. As one ventures through the Wine Lands, there's a chance to glimpse small towns like Franschhoek, Paarl, and Stellenbosch.

Features of the Volunteering Trip

After knowing why you should see yourself making a volunteer trip, as compared to any other type of travel, here
are some features that make it a safe, immensely enjoyable and memorable experience.

Your safety and well-being is the top priority when you are travelling to another country. For this, we use our experience since the year 2000 to make it one of the safest forms of travel you can undertake:
  • Everything is pre-organised for you from the time you arrive until the time you complete the program. Journey with complete peace of mind.
  • Safe, licenced drivers and registered vehicles used for all your road transportation.
  • We are always with you, during trips, transfers and your project activities.
  • Hygienic meals of home-like local cuisine (as included in your plan) for proper nutrition.
  • We prepare you really well for your travel and volunteer experiences from before you start the program until the completion of the program.
  • With us, your family can feel safe because they can reach you through multiple team members that are with you or looking out for you.
A volunteer program needs to be well designed and organised to make sure that even if you are volunteering or visiting the country for the first time, you can focus on enjoying your time there and make the maximum positive impact possible.
  • Pre-arranged accommodation throughout the program with other international volunteers.
  • 3 meals per day as per local cuisine (breakfast, lunch and dinner) for the entire duration of the program.
  • Free wi-fi at the accommodation to stay in touch with family and friends.
  • The regular presence of our trained staff to help you at your volunteer project guiding you on how to plan and execute your volunteer work.
It is very possible that you are volunteering for the first time or at least volunteering in a new country on your trip. This means that you will do better if we supported you fully during your volunteering activities.
  • We provide complete details of the project where you would be contributing. You will know why the project exists, it’s needs and the role you play as a volunteer to help in that project.
  • A tailor-made volunteering activity plan for you to get started as quickly as possible and know who you are teaching.
  • We support you every day in planning activities at your project, the next day.
We believe that a good volunteering program should be fun and leave you with memorable experiences. This means that your volunteer program can include trips, adventures, workshops and cultural experiences that are delightful or hard to find.
  • Optional weekend excursions to top highlights of the country or region ensure that you are getting the best of what tourism in the area offers.
  • One of the most fun elements of a country’s culture is learning the basics of its language, cooking food local style, seeing how local people live and other aspects. For this reason, we include workshops in your volunteer program such as
    • Visiting local families and having a meal with them.
    • Learning the local dance or arts.
    • Trying your hands at local cuisine.
    • Learning the local language for fun and for practically using during your travels or volunteering.
We will speak with you daily, assist in case you need medical care or help you change plans if something unexpected comes up.

Services and Activities

After knowing why you should see yourself making a volunteer trip, as compared to any other type of travel, here are
some features that make it a safe, immensely enjoyable and memorable experience.

  • Accommodation on sharing occupancy basis at local, thoroughly vetted host families for the program duration selected.
  • Airport pickup on arrival#
  • Drop off at the airport at the end of the program
  • Daily return transfers between accommodation and volunteer project
  • All required transfers for cultural workshops
  • Breakfast, lunch and dinner of local cuisine from the time of arrival till departure during the volunteering days and free weekends+
  • Activities for experiencing local culture include:
    • > Learn Afrikaans for fun, use during trips and volunteer work.
    • > A local dance workshop to loosen up and have some fun.
  • A pre-selected and organised volunteer project based on your selection and availability including
    • > Project introduction to get you settled at the project.
    • > Handover session so you may continue the work from where it was left by previous volunteers.
    • > Daily work planning to plan the next day.
    • > Daily accompanying staff to help with translation, organising and general support.
    • > The material used for volunteering such as pens, papers, workbooks, paint, colours or others.
  • A thorough orientation upon arrival including various topics of local culture, personal well-being and appropriate behaviour.
  • All currently applicable taxes.
#Refer to arrival and departure procedure to know pickup window times and departure schedules. + Meal plan during any trips during weekends may be different. ++ Please refer to detailed information about excursions for all details.
  • Any personal expenses such as tips, laundry and drinks.
  • Any extra meals (other than those specifically mentioned).
  • Personal Travel Insurance, visa etc.
  • Camera fees (both still and video).
  • International flight ticket or other flight tickets, unless otherwise mentioned.
  • Donation to your volunteering project is not included in this program fee and may be taken upon an individual capacity.

Volunteer Activities include

Volunteers work mostly in pairs as teachers or teaching assistants for one or more of the following kind of activities based on the curriculum and academic plans for the educational facility or project:

Accommodation and Amenities

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Program Itinerary

Duration : 4 weeks

Place : Cape Town, South Africa

Week 1

Days Meal Plan Volunteer Program
Monday No Meal Arrival at Cape Town International Airport and transfer to accommodation.
Tuesday B&D Welcome meeting and orientation starts. Orientation includes talks & presentations on:
• South Africa & its culture
• Social development and the role of volunteers
• How to do volunteer work
• Project activities
• Cultural responsibility
• Personal safety & Code of Conducts
• General Local area
• Afrikaans lessons.
Wednesday to Friday B&D Project work starts with a daily schedule of volunteering, cultural activity and free time. You will have one local language workshop and one dance workshop to learn some moves in this week.
Saturday B&D Free Day.
Sunday B&D Free Day.

Week 2

Days Meal Plan Volunteer Program
Monday To Friday B&D Volunteer Work with a daily schedule of volunteering and free time.
Saturday B&D Free weekend
Sunday B&D Free weekend

Week 3

Days Meal Plan Volunteer Program
Monday To Friday MondayTo Friday Volunteer Work with the daily schedule of volunteering and free time.
Saturday B&D Free weekend
Sunday B&D Free weekend

Week 4

Days Meal Plan Volunteer Program
Monday To Friday Monday To Friday Volunteer Work with the daily schedule of volunteering and free time.
Saturday Breakfast Only Free weekend
Sunday Breakfast Only Transfer to Cape Town International Airport after20:00 hrs. (Please refer to arrival and departure procedure for details)

Typical Daily Schedule

While the schedule of the day depends on the project, overall, it looks a bit like the following:

  • Activities Time
  • Breakfast at Accommodation 7:00-8:00 hrs
  • Project Volunteering Work 8:00-13:00 hrs
  • Lunch1 13:30-14:30 hrs
  • Cultural workshops- as per program schedule 15:00-16:00 hrs
  • Preparation meeting/lesson planning for the next day 16:00-17:00 hrs
  • Tea/coffee at the accommodation 17:00-17:30 hrs
  • Dinner at accommodation 19:00-20:00 hrs

1Lunch may be offered a packed lunch or lunch at the project depending on different factors such as distance from accommodation and others.

+The scheduled time table mentioned above may change due to the need of the project or any other circumstances.

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