VAP News > 2010 > 5th July 2010: Teach in Zambia

My Home Town is a charitable organisation with its HQ in Choma, Zambia and it is also registered in the UK. It is recruiting volunteer teachers for government and private schools in and around the town of Choma, in the Southern province of Zambia, to teach at Primary, Secondary and Technical levels.
The subjects to be taught are Sciences, IT, Maths , English, Domestic Science, Electronics, Motor Mechanics.

The period of service is either medium term (6 months) or long term (one year).

Choma is a small but lively town on the main road and rail route half way between Lusaka and Livingstone. It has a pleasant climate and all basic services.

My Home Town will provide:
- Return air ticket to Zambia.
- Accommodation for the period of contract (either in shared accommodation with other volunteers or in family homes).
- Pocket money for food and basic needs.
- Orientation Training in the UK before leaving for Zambia.

The volunteers will need to take out personal health insurance in the UK before leaving for Zambia and to pay to VAP an initial registration fee of £190. Volunteers will pay travel costs to the orientation.

If you are interested to apply please contact VAP.

member of:
Volunteer Action for Peace, member of the Co-ordinating Committee for International Voluntary Service Volunteer Action for Peace, member of the Volunteer International Network Exchange UK
with the support of:
Volunteer Action for Peace, member of the European «Youth in Action» Programme

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