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Minimum stay: 4 weeks – Pax can stay for longer, but minimum stay of 4 weeks, due to impact on the children Accommodation: Yoga Shala – Back packer style accommodation / volunteer house – Walking distance to project, with a home away from home feeling.

Included : Accommodation is on a dinner, bed and breakfast basis Airport Transfers Cape Town City Orientation on Red Bus Township Orientation Programme mentorship & guidance Cape Diversity Tours tour desk Excluded : Lunches Additional tours & transfers Medical / Travel Insurance Project location : Masiphumelele Township, Cape Town.

You will work closely with the African culture and experience Ubuntu culture, Africa’s gift to the world.

All our township projects are under resourced and lack basic facilities.

Experience the vibrant African culture whilst volunteering in this diverse and wonderful township.Changing nappies, feeding, cleaning and providing the general love, care and routine – that gives comfort to little ones.Lunch : 12h30 – 14h30 Lunches are spent at our centre in the township, or at a nearby coffee shop / restaurant. Afternoon : 14h30 – 16h30 Afternoons are spent at our own centre, “ The Ubuntu Centre” and volunteer base in the township, where we take care of 60 – 70 children every afternoon.We work with vulnerable and orphaned children, that have been affected by poverty.Not all our children come from vulnerable situations, but many of them do.

Experience the vibrant African culture whilst volunteering in this diverse and wonderful township.Changing nappies, feeding, cleaning and providing the general love, care and routine – that gives comfort to little ones.Lunch : 12h30 – 14h30 Lunches are spent at our centre in the township, or at a nearby coffee shop / restaurant. Afternoon : 14h30 – 16h30 Afternoons are spent at our own centre, “ The Ubuntu Centre” and volunteer base in the township, where we take care of 60 – 70 children every afternoon.We work with vulnerable and orphaned children, that have been affected by poverty.Not all our children come from vulnerable situations, but many of them do.The Ubuntu centre is based on values – kindness, respect, caring, sharing, non-violence, respect for all life etc.