Sponsor an HA: Ghana Volunteer
Sponsor a Volunteer
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HA: Ghana volunteer Rebecca Czekalski<br />
trains health screeners to administer<br />
malaria and diabetes tests.
The Humanist Action: Ghana demonstrates its commitment to diversity and effective, culturally responsible service by providing living stipends to each volunteer and covering all program-related costs. This allows volunteers from a variety of socioeconomic backgrounds to apply and places the emphasis on the skills the volunteers bring to the program rather than the experience the program provides to the volunteer.
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Patty Cake never fails.
There are already plenty of religious and secular volunteer service programs that exist to please paying volunteers. Most of them focus on creating the context for volunteering instead of selecting and training volunteers for the context. Doing the right thing – the humanist thing – is undoubtedly more expensive, but we hope you will agree that the integrity is worth the price.
<a href=”https://gohumanity.world/contact”>Contact us</a> to sponsor an HA: Ghana volunteer.