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Volunteer BaseCamp Ecuador, Quito, Ecuador

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Address: Juan Rodriguez E8 - 72 Y
Quito,
Ecuador
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 100
Number of People Being Served: 100

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Mission Statement


We believe international volunteering promotes cross-cultural learning that helps create global awareness, understanding between cultures and provides the platform for positive change. Our volunteers have taught in schools, provided disaster relief support for the International Red Cross, conducted essential research to improve the management strategies of threatened environments, built homes for impoverished people, provided vocational training and programs for street kids and have worked in co-operation with hundreds of local organizations to distribute aid and improve the quality of life for people throughout Asia, Africa and Latin America.

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Volunteer BaseCamp Ecuador is located in the Mariscal district of Quito. We meet each of our volunteers when they first arrive at the airport and our staff transfer with them back to BaseCamp. Once there, volunteers go through an extensive 7 day orientation and training before they head out to start working with their organization.

Volunteer BaseCamp Ecuador is located in the Mariscal district of Quito. We meet each of our volunteers when they first arrive at the airport and our staff transfer with them back to BaseCamp. Once there, volunteers go through an extensive 7 day orientation and training before they head out to start working with their organization.

Mission Statement: We believe international volunteering promotes cross-cultural learning that helps create global awareness, understanding between cultures and provides the platform for positive change. Our volunteers have taught in schools, provided disaster relief support for the International Red Cross, conducted essential research to improve the management strategies of threatened environments, built homes for impoverished people, provided vocational training and programs for street kids and have worked in co-operation with hundreds of local organizations to distribute aid and improve the quality of life for people throughout Asia, Africa and Latin America.

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Do you Require Formal Orientation Training?


Yes