Volunteering in Peru
Martes, 07 de Julio del 2020
Meet the Makikita Quykuway Team
Why Volunteer with Makikita Quykuway?
How Can I help?
Who Can Participate?
Makikita Quykuway Volunteer Reviews
Makikita Quykuway Community Center
Community Health Center
Street Children Program
Special needs School
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Makikita Quykuway means “Give me your hand” in Quechua, the ancient language of the Incas. Guided by this principle, our organization has brought together a network of compassionate...
Meet the MQ Team
Juliana Naupari Samaniego Makikita Quykuway Executive Director Juliana holds a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from the Universidad Nacional del Centro del Peru in Huancay...
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How to get to Huancayo?
Travelling to Huancayo from Lima (you will first have to fly into Lima) By Bus Buses from Lima run several times a day through several different companies. The safest and most ...
On weekends. volunteers have time to relax and visiting tourist destinations. Huancayo has beautiful mountains, landscapes, lakes, ruins, and glaciers. Older surrounding villages are usually v...
Spanish lessons Most of our volunteers come to Peru with a very low level of Spanish. This creates a communication barrier with children in different projects where volunteers have ...