Construction / Architecture
CONSTRUCTION AND ARCHITECTURE PROGRAM
Every community deserves better life. While volunteering won’t pay bills, it’s very interesting and rewarding to give back to the communities by providing something unique that communities don’t have. How cool is that! Come and join us in art works on the wall, painting, renovation of schools, community centers and the construction of Foster Parents home!
FOSTER PARENTS HOME (FPH)
The purpose of Foster Parents home (FPH) is to eradicate overcrowding in the orphanages and lack of intimate personal parent and child relationship in the orphanages. FPH program is to provide the children with parents whom they can call mothers and fathers hence in return get that parents' love they are always longing for.
FPH also to support and enhance child ability to excel at school. AT FPH program, children are thought how to go about duties in the house, provides formal education and skills developments. Attached to FPH is a school for the general public, public library, youth centre. Our program provides architects and non-architects with an opportunity to strengthen their skills set and expand their professional network. There is something for everyone to do. From the construction work to renovation work on the existing building. Swing paint brushes, pound nails, fixing the windows, doors, the roof, the broken walls, plumbing work, electrical work, concreting the floor, fixing the furniture in the classrooms, painting, artwork, landscaping and having fun with the children on site. This project is to spread in most African countries and also to house very poor needy parents for free.
Which country do you want to go? You can also choose multiple countries.
We have many volunteer opportunities based on your talents, interests and skills. We have something unique to offer you regardless of how limited your time seems to be. With STAESA you will find your passion!
STAESA the initiator of this project have become aware of an increase in lack of infrastructures in our communities, hence the need to use this program to bring development to our communities.
You can combine your program with any other program(s )of your choice upon arrival and it is free. The additional program(s) is free. Join us to touch lives. After successful completion of the program, you'll be given a Certificate of Completion and letter of recommendation for further studies, job application and job promotion.
Some of the activities include
(1) Molding block
(2) Mixing concrete
(3) Laying blocks
(5) Dug trenches for the building foundation
(6) Assist in directing other builders
(7) Supervise other employees on site
(8) Assist in buying and transporting building materials to site
(9) Project management
(10) Renovation work on existing buildings fixing
Windows, Doors, Plumbing works, Electrical works, Concreting the floor, Fixing broken furniture in the classrooms, Painting, Art works on the wall, landscaping and assisting in beautifying the community.
Working hours: 8:00 am till 4:00 pm
Free days: Weekends
Who can join: Everyone 15 years and above
When to arrive: Anytime in the year
Any experience required: No previous experience required
Placement type: Rural and urban setting
Accommodation: Host family, Volunteer house
Can I cook myself Yes
Good toilet facility: Yes
Running water: Yes
Can I come alone: Yes
Can I come with a friend: Yes