OHF Volunteer is an overseas community service project that involves volunteers in challenging yet achievable tasks that meet real community needs in the less developed countries.
Get into the adventure of a lifetime by serving the poor, the sick, orphans and widows in a less developed country! With our experienced staff on the field, own vehicles and accommodation, your safety and security are assured. You would also be guided by our staff who are familiar with the local conditions during the trip.
Partner us for meaningful, impactful and safe overseas projects.
Build Trip Information
WHAT TO EXPECT
Trips can be between 3-15 days, based on each team’s preference.
Country destinations :Cambodia
Team sizes vary from 2-60 volunteers
Minimum age for volunteers is 15 years old if unaccompanied by parents/guardian.
Volunteers must be reasonably fit with no serious injuries or medical conditions.
Every team will have a host coordinator.
No prior building experience is required. Volunteers will be trained & supervised by local OHF staff.
ARRIVAL IN PHNOM PENH AND TRAVEL TO PREY VENG (3 HOURS)
BUILD HOUSE IN VILLAGE
BUILD HOUSE IN VILLAGE
HANDOVER HOUSE TO FAMILY
INTERACTION WITH HOPE VILLAGE CHILDREN , BACK TO PHNOM PEHN
FLY BACK TO SINGAPORE
WHAT IT INvolves
- Volunteers are responsible for arranging their own flights
- Accommodation in Prey Veng and Phnom Penh ( if needed) will be arranged by OHF
- OHF will arrange local transport, logistics like transport & water.
- Project Contribution $5,200 per group for cost of project materials, staff cost and coordination
- $200-$400 per pax in-country cost
- – Includes accommodation, meals, local transport, logistics
- Flights, insurance and visa: to be arranged by volunteers
What past Open Team participants have to say about their experience:
Amir“Open Teams is a good idea as people from different walks of life get to meet together and do something good. You make friends and you also get to accomplish your goals at the end of the day.”
Keen keong“I learnt about the real harsh environment the Cambodian villagers are living in and yet they seem to be contented. I enjoyed the ‘workout’ during the building of the house, using my hands to help others.”
Swee Sen“It was my first time doing volunteer work and I’m glad I could have this opportunity to help out.”