Projet Permanent
Hanoi , Vietnam


  • permanent
  • EDU
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 200.00 EUR


The program fee is 250USD/person for 1 week and 400USD/person for 2 weeks. This is to cover the pick-up service, orientation, board and lodging, workshop preparation and facilitation, and regular support from the local team. Lisez les informations spécifiques

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


Volunteers for Peace Vietnam (VPV) is a non-profit, voluntary organization founded in 2005 with the aim to promote voluntary service as a means of cultural and educational exchange among people to generate peace and friendship, and as an approach to address social issues. Vision: VPV’s vision is a world of peace, where all people live together with mutual respect, have equal opportunities to develop to their full potential and have respect for the environment. “Young Skill-up” is one of VPV’s programs aiming at empowering local youth by equiping them with necessary knowledge and skills in the globalized world. The idea of this project is to create an environment for international volunteers to share their expertise in various fields, using non-formal education methods, with local youth.


Project details: – Host and organizer: VPV – Facilitators/ trainers: international volunteers – Target group: Vietnamese young people (between 15 to 22) with limited chances to access similar learning opportunities with international volunteers – Activity format: interactive workshops or similar formats with non-formal education methods – Topic: depending on international volunteers’ expertise. In general, topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following: +Arts (vocal or choir training, painting, dancing, handicraft, architecture, etc.) +Physical trainings (yoga, meditation, workout, etc.) +Office skills (presentation, writing official emails, mastering word and excel, designing CVs, using design tools, etc.) +Self-development skills (critical thinking, facilitation, debating, interculural learning, etc.) +Social academic knowledge (climate change, global challenges, cultures, history, etc.) +Others (sign language, public speaking, photography, making videos, massage therapy, etc.) – International volunteers’ length of stay: from 1 to 2 weeks. Depending on the length of stay, volunteers can design the workshops and number of activities accordingly. An example of a schedule of a one-week stay is described as follows: Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Morning Orientation for volunteers Preparation for workshops Preparation for workshops or free time Preparation for workshops or free time Preparation for workshops or free time


Volunteers will stay at VPV house, sharing the room with up to 5 other volunteers. Food is provided at accommodation.


The volunteer house is located in a quiet and convenient neighborhood. It takes 40 minutes to 1 hour to get to the city center from the house by public buses. Volunteers usually have free time on Saturday and Sunday and can travel to some nearby cities.


– Have knowledge, skills and/or experiences, expertise, qualifications in the fields and topics that they want to organize workshops on. – Have a good command of English – Have good communication skills – Be willing to share and be flexible with the working hours An interview with the international volunteers may be conducted by VPV prior to volunteers’ arrival.

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