Coming to Nicaragua and living for a time is an experience you are not likely to forget. It changes you and helps you see global issues in a different light.
You make friends and even “family” and in the words of a past volunteer “everything becomes much clearer… like seeing through a dirty window that has suddenly been cleaned.”
We host individual volunteers and delegations. For individual volunteers, we have a few bedrooms upstairs in the dormitory, and when there is space you may have a bedroom or share one with another volunteer.
We offer home stays with families in Ciudad Sandino on a limited basis.
We will place you in our work projects and you will also work with the JHC folks who mostly live on the CDCA finca.
We ask that you commit to a six month stay so that you can truly begin to be a part of the work, though we do make some exceptions. If you can only spare a week or two, we will try to connect you with a delegation, to come as part of that group. We do charge a per diem of $10/day for a six month stay. This covers your accommodations, food, some in-country transportation, and support in your work. For shorter stays, please write us for the per diem charge.
We are currently seeking volunteers with the following skills or interests:
- Dentists and hygienists (for a minimum stay of one week)
- Gynecologists (for a minimum stay of one week)
- Herbal medicine (six month stay preferred)
- IT/Tech (six month stay preferred)
- Volunteer Coordinator (one year required)
Interested? Start a conversation with us; write firstname.lastname@example.org
Want background on Nicaragua? Download our Your Nicaraguan Cheat Sheet: all the essentials in two hours or less © 2012 here (15MB PDF file).