Ferdous International Foundation - Volunteer and Internship

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Grand-Saconnex, Geneva

Overview

Ferdous International Foundation (FIF) is a humanitarian organization based in Geneva, Switzerland whose mission is purely to provide assistance to low resource communities regardless of race, nationality, and religion, with no political borders. We tend to value their high potential and strengthen their present capacities with the aim to meet their needs and improve their standard of living.

Details

Ferdous is often looking for volunteers who would like to work in our offices for minimum period of 3 months or on site in a project supported by us (length of stay varies). 

To volunteer means to do challenging work and to be exposed to difficult situations, but it also means an outstanding opportunity to develop your personality and to experience life-enriching moments.Before you contact us, may we ask you to carefully read the information on our website.

Voluntary works my also include Internship programs for university students which will end up with issuing a certificate of work. To apply for this voluntary and internship program please send us your motivation letter and updated CV in English electronically to:info@ferdous.ch or by post to the following address:

Ferdous International Foundation
150 Route de Ferney, 1218

Grand-Saconnex, Geneva, Switzerland 

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Eligibility

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Dates:

Deadline: The application period is open for one or more cycles a year


Cost/funding for participants:

Please bear in mind that volunteering and Internship is unpaid work. Volunteers need to provide themselves with accommodation and transportation however any cost related to the implementation of the project such as travel, accommodation in other cities or countries will be covered by the project.

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