Children’s Meals Program in Zambia
The vulnerable children’s meals program in Zambia began in 2015 with approximately 250 underprivileged children receiving meals on Mondays. Since then, as a result of local and international supporters, it has grown into nearly 2,000 children being provided 2 meals per day, Mondays through Fridays. That’s a lot of hungry kids, so volunteer support is always needed!
Volunteers will help ensure that all children receive their meals as well as helping with preparation and clean-up. Other tasks may be assigned as required.
Room & Board
Your project fee for the Volunteer Teaching in Zambia project covers your room in the self-catering volunteer hostel
- Shared, single-sex room in the volunteer hostel
- Projects in Zambia are self-catering, meals are not included
- Borehole well drinking water is available, though volunteers are also encouraged to bring a water filter/purifier to avoid having to purchase bottled water (and reduce plastic consumption!) if they’re not comfortable with the well water
As with all GOAT Volunteer projects, there are 2 primary fees associated with volunteering: the application fee paid to GOAT and the project fee paid directly to the NGO after they accept your application.
Included: Shared room in volunteer hostel • Local transportation for project activities • 24/7 local support • Dedicated field officer at project • Airport pick-up & return
NOT Included: Meals • Flights • Vaccinations • Visas • Travel insurance • Extra activities • Personal expenses • Bank/wire transfer fees
For project duration not listed, please Contact Us.
All projects incur a $250 application fee. Please see the The Fine Print page for more information.
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Special Considerations | Children’s Meals Program Volunteering in Zambia
For special considerations regarding all projects in Zambia, please visit the Zambia page.
Criminal Record Check
GOAT Volunteers requires a criminal record (background) check for all projects working with children. Inquire with your local police department to see if they offer this service (many do for free or a small fee). U.S. citizens can visit the U.S. Department of State website for additional information.
The criminal record check must be submitted to GOAT Volunteers after the prospective volunteer’s application is accepted and at least 30 days prior to the project start date.