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CONSTRUCTION AID

TO THE NEEDY

See Your Impact Through

Are you passionate about completing projects that truly make a difference in the community

  • Build from the ground up on projects that directly affect the daily lives of locals

  • Work alongside local organizations who promote sustainable building initiatives in the community

  • Improve public health by completing much needed infrastructure projects

  • Be innovative by utilizing sustainable materials to meet community needs

 

ICA: Building a Sustainable world

Pull on your work gloves—this program will immerse you in hands-on, humanitarian projects for undeserved communities. Ica has a few little villages one of this is Ocucaje. The history of Ocucaje goes back millions of years, it is very rich in evidences of fossil remains of marine species, such as:

Whales, seals, dolphins, sharks, algae, bivalves, etc. It has an age of 15 to 20 and 20 to 50 million years (Cenozoic period of the geological era), you’ll be participating in sustainable solutions to combat social and environmental issues.

Highlights

  • Help to build a health-friendly stove, shelter and community garden.

  • helps with reconstruction of homes for the elderly and single mothers

  • Tour the city of ICA

  • Take a sand-based rollercoaster ride as you motor up the steep 1,640-foot (500-meter) sand dunes by buggy, before zooming back down at high speed.

  • Go for a boat ride to explore the Ballestas Islands and Paracas Reserve

  • Hiking through the desert to fallow the dinosaur path

  • Visit to the Lost Canyon

Start Dates: Jun 13; Jun 20, 2020; Jun 27, 2020; Jul 11, 2020; Jul 18, 2020; Jul 25, 2020; Aug 1, 2020

 

Amazonas: let’s do It for the community

 

Pull on your work gloves—this program will immerse you in hands-on, humanitarian projects for underserved communities. the Region of Amazonas is truly complex. Living on the country’s northern, a pristine and untouched region far off the tourist track, you’ll be participating in sustainable solutions to combat social and environmental issues.

Highlights

 

  • Help to build a health-friendly stove, shelter and community garden.

  • Help the elderly and single mothers in their farms

  • Helps with the reconstruction of homes for the elderly and single mothers

  • Hiking and horse ride to Gocta Waterfall, (The third highest in the world 771 meters)

  • Get up a cable car to visit Kuelap Archaeological Center - called La Fortaleza is in the most important archaeological center of the northern jungle of Peru.

  • Expedition to The Karajia Sarcophagi and Caverna de Quiocta.

Start Dates: Jun 13; Jun 20, 2020; Jun 27, 2020; Jul 11, 2020; Jul 18, 2020; Jul 25, 2020; Aug 1, 2020

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