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Dunenyo Global Project

Dunenyo Global Project


Ellen Eli

Description of the project and the work to be done

We offers meaningful programs in orphanages, healthcare, Photography, Eco-tourism, teaching in our schools, women empowerment, street children, medicine, journalism, disability, construction Agriculture and many more.

Our Projects:-
Educational programs range from lending a hand at an elementary school to teaching English to adults in order to improve their job opportunities. Volunteers might provide vocational training or health and hygiene education through workshops for girls, teach photography, run workshop in high schools, run reading clinics or tutor struggling students at an after-school program.

Environmental projects may have volunteers working in an office preparing educational materials, outside creating trails (or recycling, or picking up trash, or planting and tending flora), or in schools or neighborhood centers providing community outreach. In a context where putting food on the table is a more urgent need than care of the environment for many families, volunteers should look for projects that combine community outreach and education with their efforts and know that their presence can help draw attention to an area that might have been overlooked by the local community in the past.

While opportunities abound for specialized skills, from first-aid training to heart surgery, health outreach you don’t necessarily need to be a medical professional to assist in a community health clinic or public hospital. Volunteers may be able to help organize workshops, assist medical staff, provide translation skills, health talks, or raise awareness on issues such as HIV/AIDS, hygiene etc.

Women’s Empowerment
Volunteer opportunities that focus on women might include promoting associations of in our sewing, soap making, tie and die fabrics, catering workshop, or supporting workshops on everything from civil rights to home finances, teaching photography. According to UN Women, “there is a direct link between increased female labor participation and growth,” and World Bank studies demonstrate that women are more likely than men to spend their income on food and education for their children, making investments in women a critical part of development.

Agricultural work might be on a rural community farming or permaculture project. The best of these projects include local outreach— such as demonstration farms and educational workshops in schools—that support a community-wide change in thinking about agriculture.

Children and Youth
Volunteers might work with kids at an orphanage or nursery, tutor teens in English or math, or organize sports activities for at-risk youth. The most effective child care centers are those that provide a quality education that prepares the children and youth for an economically viable future, and engaging alternatives to the temptations of drugs and gangs.

Disability project:
With the help of our volunteers,we provide home care for our disabled children and adults. Currently, we are planning to establish a care center to provide education and training for all kinds of persons with disabilities.

Capacity Building:
We train women, school pupils, and youth in strategies for personal development and self-employment skills.

Computer education:
We train local school pupils in computer skills as part of their subject and also train young women to boost their employment skills.

We need help with the construction and renovation of classrooms, libraries, skill centers, cabins, and health centers etc

Immerse yourself in each destination’s unique landscape and authentic culture, while having a positive impact every step of the way. Our volunteer trips provide you with a perfect combination of meaningful project work, cultural immersion, and off-the-beaten-path adventures.

From the moment you step off the plane, you will be supported by our experienced team.

Come join our meaningful volunteer programs and change the way you see the world!

Project Objectives

No poverty
Zero hunger
Good health and well-being
Quality education
Gender equality
Clean water and sanitation
Affordable and clean energy
Decent work and economic growth
Industry, innovation and infrastructure
Reduced inequalities
Sustainable cities and communities
Responsible consumption and production
Climate action
Peace, justice and strong institutions
Partnerships for the goals

Type of activity







Have Etoe

Number of places

20 places

Languages needed


Languages spoken by the NGO


Project duration

No specific dates

Volunteering time table

Weekly work days:



4 hours a day

Included services

  • Volunteer insurance
  • Bed in shared room
  • Bed in single room
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Shared WC
  • Private WC
  • Shower
  • Internet


Volunteers are required to make donations or fundraise for the project.