Medicina y Salud in Nepal
Uno de los pilares de nuestro trabajo es la transparencia. Consideramos fundamental que sepas qué sucede con tu dinero cuando eliges participar en nuestros programas. A continuación, te contamos el destino de tu aporte:
TASA DE REGISTRO: verás que todos los programas tienen una tasa de registro de USD 279, válida por 12 meses desde el comienzo de tu programa. Muy bien; se trata del ÚNICO ingreso que recibe Voluntarios al Mundo por la organización del mismo. No existen costos ocultos, ni comisiones, ni ninguna clase de ayuda económica que percibamos de otras organizaciones; solo trabajamos duro para mantener nuestros costos al mínimo.
¡Te invitamos a comparar precios! Comprueba por ti mismo que nuestras tarifas no solo son competitivas sino, además, mucho más bajas que las de varias otras organizaciones que ofrecen programas similares.
¿CUÁL ES LA FUNCIÓN DE LA TASA DE REGISTRO?
La tasa de registro asegura tu lugar en el programa seleccionado e incluye:
Asistencia antes, durante y después de tu viajeMonitoreo y evaluación constante de las organizaciones con las que trabajamosAcceso a nuestra guía informativaCostos de marketing
TASA DE ORGANIZACIÓN: Es la suma que abonarás directamente a nuestro aliado local. La misma ya cuenta con un descuento especial e incluye los costos de alojamiento, comidas, orientación, transporte y pago del staff encargado de brindarte soporte en tu destino. Un porcentaje de esta tasa será destinado al desarrollo de nuevos programas. Si calculas cuánto podrías llegar a gastar en el caso de alojarte en un hotel y comer diariamente en un restaurante, notarás que su costo es mínimo.
Teniendo en cuenta el especial precio de los programas brindados por Voluntarios al Mundo, puedes tener la certeza de que tu pago se dirigirá directamente al proyecto local que has elegido.
CW Abroad offers Medical volunteering experiences in Ho Chi Minh, with the help of our local partners. In every case, each intern will work together with a full-time professional doctor or nurse on daily shifts in hospitals that focus on Orthopedics and Rehabilitation.
Volunteers will be able to experience working in a Vietnamese hospital first-hard, but their tasks will vary depending on their qualifications and experience. You may observe surgeries, help with basic procedures, and interact with patients before or after an operation. However, it is crucial to point out that volunteers only observe or assist with small tasks. The local health professionals are also interested in learning about medical work in your country, so it’s great that you can share your insight!
Bear in mind that a volunteer may be part of this program for at least 2 weeks (including Orientation), and they will be charged US$ 25 for each week they stay, which pays for the training and resources that they used during the program. The Program Fee that CW Abroad quotes for you will include this surcharge. As volunteers will deal with delicate health issues in this program, they will have to submit a copy of their qualifications in a relevant medical field to our partner organization in Vietnam.
To be part of a volunteer project you must be 18 years-old or over. You’ll be required to have adequate volunteer travel insurance and to provide a criminal background check to CW’s local team on arrival in Ho Chi Minh City.
Medical volunteers need to be in training or qualified in a relevant medical field, therefore, volunteers are required to present a copy of their qualifications and certificates to our partner organization on arrival in Vietnam.
The programs taking place in Ho Chi Minh may begin any week; volunteers will be picked up at the airport between Monday at 10am to Tuesday at 6am. If you choose a project in Hanoi, they start on the first and third Monday of each month. Volunteers are also collected from the airport, but on Sunday at any time. The duration of every program may be from one week to six months; if you wish to make your stay longer, you should arrange this with our local partner.
New volunteers need an introduction to life in Vietnam and living in the local neighborhood. This Orientation includes knowing about Vietnamese culture, such as what is accepted or not by locals, and learning a bit of Vietnamese language.
Accommodation for our volunteers in Hanoi is located at our partner’s main center. It is 1h away from the center of the city. The dorms have between 4 to 12 bunk beds and include Wi-Fi connection. There is a comfortable common room with a TV and there are shared bathrooms. All programs include breakfast and dinner, and lunch is available depending on the project, all made by a cook who has been highly praised by previous volunteers. If lunch is not included, it will be possible to eat for little cost at local eating places. Volunteers who go to Ho Chi Minh are accommodated in a Volunteer House where they share their bedrooms. They will be offered three meals per day in all programs. Volunteers who take part in programs located in other areas of Vietnam will be welcomed by host families.
One of the most popular things Vietnam is known for is its food. The most famous one is Pho, which contains noodles, and is spicy and has a delicious smell. It can also be called Pho Bo, which is a soup that includes beef, and Pho Ga, another soup that includes chicken. Another specialty is Com, or green rice, which is commonly presented in a lotus leaf. The Vietnamese New Year is a very special time of the year, when amazing food is prepared. Giò, a snack with banana aroma; and Chung cakes, rice cakes with pork; are some examples. Many incredible restaurants are found in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh as well!
You must keep in mind that volunteers are depended on for very important tasks and though they can occasionally take a day off (with dew previous notice to the staff), having chosen to be part of a volunteer program implies responsibility.
On a regular weekday volunteers have breakfast in the house at 7.30 am and at 8:00 they are taken to their project placement where they’ll take part in the different tasks involved in that particular project from 8:30 to 5 pm. There’s usually a morning tea break and a lunch break.
Work and timetables may vary at each placement depending on the projects, but work usually ends at 5:00 in the afternoon and then volunteers are free to do what they want for the rest of the day.
Some will go to do some shopping or sightseeing, go back to their accommodation to rest.
-Vietnam is a thin and long country that borders China in the south.
-This country is a one-party authoritarian state, and is the home of 85 million people.
-The official language of Vietnam is Vietnamese. Its words have been heavily influenced by Chinese languages.
-Most people learn English in school, but their proficiency is generally poor.
-Prices are widely advertised in US dollars, but payment is often expected in dong only.
-The main productions in the country are oil, tea, coffee and rubber.
-Tipping is not expected in Vietnam, with exception of high end hotels.
-85% of people identify themselves as Buddhists.
For more information, visit the following link:http://www.cwabroad.org/vietnam-p-53.html
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*Please note: All Volunteer programs in Vietnam attract a refundable* Registration Fee of USD 249 on top of the program Fee. A 5% international banking fee is added at point of payment.You can calculate the value of your currency in US dollar using this currency convertor.
*Please read our refund policy.
What do my fees pay for?
Registration Fee: Discounted program fees, Support and guidance from CW staff, program marketing costs, staff salary, pre-departure assistance, CW Solidarity Fund, administration costs, travel costs to inspect programs and communication costs with volunteers.
Program Fee: Accommodation in a guest house, 3 meals per day from Monday to Friday, 2 meals per day during the weekends, airport pick-up, orientation, program supervision, in-country 24/7 volunteer support and in-country administration costs.
What’s no included: Air tickets, Vaccinations, Certificate of Good conduct, Visa, Local travels, transfer back to the airport at conclusion of program, Personal expenses and International Insurance against sickness, accident and 3er party liability. In addition to providing health insurance, the plan must cover medical evacuation and repatriation. Our participants in Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh, generally find USD 30 to be sufficient for basic weekly expenses.1