Summer Volunteer & Trekking

MIFACIG summer volunteer program is a program that combines Cameroon culture, trekking and adventure, volunteer work for the good of the locals, and shopping in authentic Cameroon, all together in a matter of weeks. Our aims to deliver the experience of a lifetime to foreigners, and believes that the itinerary put together will successfully integrate the two concepts of work.

You as a volunteer will be given a proper orientation on how to handle yourself in Cameroon, and then after this, you will be placed in the Cameroon village, with a Cameroon family, in a home-stay set up, where you will be able to make visits to the local schools or orphanages and teach English. You may also work with women empowerment groups or with gardens clubs and early childhood development centers.

Lastly, before you leave Cameroon, you will be given some time to explore the city of Cameroon, shop around and enjoy the nightlife at various tourist spots, the largest one being Limbe.


Project: Summer Volunteer & Trekking
Start Dates: 1st and 20th of each month
Language Requirements: English or French
Food and Accommodation: Cameroon Standard at host family in the working community
Key Activities: Teaching children / youth, child care orphanage/ ECD centers, construction & Manual work, Cultural immersion activities, trekking & adventure
Beneficiaries: Children, youth, women, Schools, from the most disadvantaged communities in out of MIFACIG
Working Hours: 3 to 5 hours a day / 5 to 6 days a week
Required Qualifications and Skills: High School complete, passionate to work with the people in need.
Program Fees: €1099, FCFA 824250 including full board trekking (We offer one of the most affordable program fees compared to other international organizations, while still being able to avoid the compromise of quality. There is no hidden cost associated with our program and no international agencies fees.)

The creation of MIFACIG were spurred by living conditions in their area, where there was poverty and threats of food insufficiency. Soil fertility was lower than in other parts

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