Nutrition & Public Health Peru

Help combat malnutrition & public health issues in Peru. Nutritionists, Naturopaths, Dietitians and Allied health professionals are needed to assist with healthcare services within specialized living facilities, community outreach campaigns and working with the physically or mentally disabled, HIV infected, child clinics and elderly support services. ​

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Amazon Jungle Conservation Review

A real funny and interesting immersion in the jungle (Tierra Linda) where I learnt a lot of things about reforestation. A perfect mix between work and fun!!! You can have the possibility of living a unique experience without internet and electricity. You will eat healthy a delicious dishes made by fruits and vegetables of the greenhouse. You will plant primary …

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Teaching in Peru Review

Overall it was a great time, with learning from great Spanish teachers and the mentors. Everyone was welcoming the program was organised and I was very pleased with the great I obtained in terms of language, socialising, and the rewarding impact I had working with the kids and teaching English. Overall I learned a great deal and the people here …

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Dog Shelter in Peru Review

I loved working with the dogs. My experience was incredibly rewarding and the time I spent there felt impactful. The dogs were very receptive to any love and attention they received, and it was made apparent that a little would go a long way. I was able to work with individuals from all around the world and learn more about …

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Review of Alpaca Farm in Peru!

My experience was so amazing and enriching. The staff that they have in the office was helpful and willing to answer any of my touristy questions about the city and needs as a volunteer at their placement. Overall they were so hospitable and ready to welcome new volunteers, and work with them to provide help to the surrounding communities in …

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Medical Project Peru: Review by Victoria

My time was such a unique and unforgettable experience. I really loved working amongst the locals and learning how the medical system differentiates with the healthcare system back in my country. There were a lot of barriers that I was not prepared for, the biggest being the language barrier. Though stated that the experience would be better with a higher …

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