3 Month Volunteer Placement with International Service Ghana


International Service Ghana is offering 8 weeks volunteer placement for visually impaired and fully sighted youth through the ICS Programme on our REACT project. REACT will raise awareness and advocate for disability and disability rights in Northern Ghana, through inclusive sports such as Goalball.

International Citizen Service (ICS) is a UK Government funded programme. International Service Ghana (a UK Charity) works in partnership with local development organisations in the Northern and Upper East Regions to implement the ICS programme.  ICS gives young people the opportunity to make a difference in communities, whilst gaining transferable skills and invaluable experience working alongside volunteers from different cultural backgrounds in areas such as Female Empowerment, Disability Rights, Livelihoods Skills Support and Education with local partners.

Ghanaian 18 – 25 year olds and 23 – 35 year olds can apply as Volunteers or Team Leaders respectively, regardless of skills, educational qualifications, disability or work history. You need to be available, passionate about volunteering, flexible and able to work in a cross-cultural team.

This placement is in April and May 2018.

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To apply:

There are three ways to apply:

Send all completed applications and your video/audio to: ghanarecruitment@internationalservice.org.uk or posted to International Service P.O.Box 107 E/R. NO later than Tuesday 22nd November 2017 by 17:00pm.

People who need assistance in applying can get someone to help them or call the International Service offices.

For more information, contact us on (+233) 03720 28078.

Successful applicants will be contacted to attend an assessment day in Tamale, week beginning Monday 27th
November 2017. If you do not hear from us, unfortunately your application has been unsuccessful this time.

To find out more about our projects with our partners, click here or read the volunteer blogs here.