Bahía de Caráquez, Ecuador

(in a small rural community)

June 18th - July 2nd, 2017

Be apart of a not-for-profit program aimed to help small communities in need since the recent 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit Ecuador. During your time, you’ll be building a water tank with emergency relief volunteers across all walks of life. The tank will supply each home in the community for many years to come. 

What's Involved

  • Rustic accommodation in northern, rural Ecuador and 3 traditional meals provided each day
  • Full day risk management orientation and intensive prep workshop to help you effectively develop the project within the interests and constraints of the local community, builders and other third-parties
  • Strategic goal-setting and daily hands-on work to build a water tank 

$1,250 USD


Where Your Money Goes

We like money well spent and aim to put as much of yours back into the project. However, it’s important you feel safe and supported during your time in Ecuador.

Here’s how we’ve got your back: 

  • 24 hour in-country El Nomad support and emergency response
  • In-country bilingual staff (Spanish and English)
  • Airport pick-up/drop-off and transportation out to Macara 
  • In-country cultural orientation and health/safety briefing 
  • Cell phone for your time in Ecuador
  • Welcome dinner, cultural activities and regular staff check-ins 

International flights are not included and organised independently. If you need booking assistance, contact us. 

Click on the pie chart to see exactly where your money goes.


Takeaways

With this program you will:

  • Contribute to sustainable, long-term project that can make a difference in the lives of a small and resilient community 
  • Develop hard skills in the field of international emergency relief and sustainable community development
  • Gain empathy for those in desperate situations 

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