Projet Permanent
Bacolod , Philippines


  • permanent
  • KIDS
  • EDU
  • PHL-49/2018
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 200.00 EUR
Frais supp : 350.00 EUR


Participation : 4 semaines à 16 semaines. Frais supplémentaires : 350 € pour 4 semaines, 75 € pour chaque semaine additionnelle. Le projet est ouvert toute l’année, la date d’arrivée est libre.

  • Code : PHL-49/2018
  • Dispo : 2M / 1F (Total Part 3)
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 99




Brief description and main aims Provide Quality and Affordable education to poor children Provide microfinance loans to the poor families to enable them to engage in alternative or supplementary livelihood Provide medical, emergency aid, housing and educational grants and educational opportunities to poor families and communities. Main Activities Pre School/ Day Care Services Micro finance Loans Educational, Housing Loans Medical and Emergency aids Volunteer tasks The volunteer will primarily help and monitor and evaluate the families and students under their programs. They will do home visit/s, community profiling, possible making of project proposal/s to sponsors and work on articles for the organizational website.


Host family


Bacolod City Other area/s: Tagbilaran, Bohol Santa Catalina, Negros Oriental The PSHF opened its first office in 1987 at the time of the sugar crisis on Negros island. Many sugar workers were losing their jobs in the sugarcane plantations and their families were going hungry. The PSHF was initially set up to provide micro-loans to poor families to enable them to engage in alternative or supplementary livelihoods. Later, the scope of the PSHF was broadened to include a wide range of clients, both urban and rural, who needed start-up capital for a small business venture. With no collateral, the poor cannot avail of loans from the banks so usually, their only option is the so-called "5/6" system, which is short for borrow 5/ pay-back 6, after only 28 days. PSHF loans, in contrast have an affordable 15% annual interest, with the prospect of a rebate subject to meeting contractual repayment terms. The PSHF also provides medical emergency aid, housing grants and education opportunities to poor families and communities. It is the capital of the province of Negros Occidental, and dubbed as the "Convention Center of Southern Philippines". Having a total of 511,820 inhabitants as of 2010, it is the most populous city inWestern Visayas and the 17th most populous city of the Philippines. Negros Occidental, it can be found near the central part of the country. It is one of the five provinces that compose Western Visayas or Region VI. It is located in the north-western portion of Negros Island, the fourth biggest island in the Philippine archipelago. http://negros-occ.gov.ph/about-negros-occidental/


They should be open minded hard working willing to learn can speak and understand English responsible skills in writing articles/proposals,etc. — EXTRA FEE : 350€ for 4 weeks, 75 € for each extra week ; stay is 4 to 16 weeks (maximum), open all year, arrival date is free.

The Global Initiative for Exchange and Development Inc. (GIED) was established in 2015 with the primary aim to promote various meaningful collaborations in building local communities and empowering people to be partners in nation building. New breed but experienced social development professionals actively involved in different social development efforts in the Philippines and abroad conceptualized GIED. These social development professionals are armed with the professional background and passion to offer quality services to more communities in the country. Together, they pool more than a decade of experience in community development initiatives focusing on the most vulnerable sectors, children, youth, women, indigenous people, persons with disabilities among others. As a non-government and non-profit organization in the Philippines, GIED also seeks to establish its own relevance as it responds to the Philippines’ important national social policy frameworks and plans for sustainable human development. It is with this mindset that GIED’s advocacy on participation, empowerment, and development are emphasized to realize its vision on community development and global citizenship work. GIED aims to empower people-to-people connectivity through cross-cultural interaction and immersion within and across nations, international voluntary service and dynamic cooperation. It primarily focus its programs and services on social issues like access to education, health services, environmental sustainability, employment and livelihood opportunities as well as social exclusion. It also offers to serve the general public, regardless of religion, race, ethnicity, or gender.

GIED is an associate member of Network for Voluntary Development in Asia (NVDA), an official partner of the International Cultural Youth Exchange Federation (ICYE) and guest organization with Alliance of European Service Organizations. It is also a registered Youth Serving Organization of the National Youth Commission and a Resource Agency under the Department of Social Welfare and Development of the Philippine Government.
Website: www.volunteergied.org

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