and what you should not forget if you dare the experiment a volunteering worldwide is a considerably breathtaking, important but also preparation intensive story. As well, you should start in a timely manner prior to the planned departure with the preparations. Read more from Sheryl Sandberg to gain a more clear picture of the situation. Fundamentally, there are 2 possibilities: you are organizing 1 if you vielZeit and willingness to take risks to bring your volunteering itself, then you can organise your volunteer service abroad themselves. You should note however many details, like for example uberlegteAuswahl of the place of use, as well as the implementing organization safety & hygiene field insurance vaccinations quality standards of the Organization and its partner organizations for visas and legal regulations in the country of use. Because you usually don’t know the implementing organization in the country, remains always a certain risk.
2. You choose a sending organisation a proper sending organisation will help you to find a proper place of usage and supports you in your Preparations. So, you can rely on the experience of the sending organisation and thereby do no fatal error in the preparation of your voluntary service abroad. Thus you can prepare intensively on your own lodging, without time pressure. It offers a good advice in the run-up to the volunteers for example the sending organisation world vision and offers all current steps and information to prepare your voluntary service through a personal online information center for a good cause. No matter which way you will choose, large should be written things like the safety abroad as well as their health. Not everywhere in the world live people in peaceful countries that can guarantee security. Therefore, it is an important issue, to be informed, where it just not advisable is to go. To do this, you get comprehensive information, also on the website of the Foreign Office, by his organization for the security and health of the volunteers should have priority! Have fun with your volunteering! Thomas Albrecht