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We expect volunteers to contribute wherever the need arises, even if it means being involved in activities they were not expecting to work in.Being able to adapt, adjust and fit in is challenging, but also what makes international volunteering so special. In their application, volunteers must provide their resume/CV. Medical placements can be very rewarding, but they are also very challenging.
Requirements to participate: -At least an intermediate level of Spanish.Ecuadorian hospitals are very different than Western hospitals – there is a serious lack of resources and manpower.Volunteers accepted into the project must exercise a high level of independence.Lunch: As is the tradition in Ecuador, lunch is the most important meal and typically includes a soup or starter followed by a sandwich or main dish featuring local staples like vegetables or rice with chicken or beef.Volunteers eat lunch at the volunteer house, or, if they are at their project during lunch, receive a box lunch.The house is close to conveniences like grocery stores, internet shops and public phone booths. It is a great place to call home; be ready for wonderfully long meals and some dancing!
Quito offers some of the most distinctive and delicious food in South America and volunteers can expect to eat very well during their stay. A cook prepares a wide-range of Ecuadorian dishes exclusively for the volunteers.
Enjoy excellent food and have an authentic, immersive experience living as part of the local community. You live in the friendly UBELONG Quito Volunteer House, which is in the residential neighborhood of Tumbaco, one of the safest and most convenient parts of town.
The house is also the home of Geovanna’s wonderful family, so you have the opportunity to experience local family life.
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