Volunteering With VACI

With a team of cheerful, professional, fun loving people with a desire to impact lives and transform communities, in a hospitable country full of rich and diverse culture, you will carry your experiences with you for a lifetime.

Volunteer Placement

VACI Ghana offers a variety of volunteering opportunities to international volunteers, including teaching, counselling and orphanage work. Placement programmes are flexible with a lot of extra curricular activities.

Volunteer Projects

With a variety of VACI projects in the areas of Education, Heath Services, Agriculture, Community Support and Relief services, Volunteers have a wide range of opportunity to change lives.

Gap Year

We have a year round programme for student volunteers from all countries taking a gap year off and willing to make a difference. You have the opportunity to work on any of our programmes or projects.

Who We Are

The Voluntary Aid and Cultural Integration Organisation, founded in the year 2000, is based in the Volta Region of Ghana. We operate in five communities in two districts (Akatsi and Ketu south and Ketu north Districts). Our team works with local participants for the development of their communities. We encourage voluntary work and cultural understanding between people of different countries. Our team works with local participants for the development of their communities. Our major goals is to promote the engagement of Ghanaian youth in the development of their own country. Read More

What We Do

  • Educational campaigns and educational opportunities.
  • HIV/AIDS awareness.
  • Fighting Drug Abuse.
  • Poverty reduction through building sustainable practices for food security.
  • Advocating the stop of Child Trafficking.
  • Youth counselling.

What Volunteers Are Saying

  • Natasha Mellor

    "VACI-Ghana is a great project that allows you to really make a difference; it encourages individuals to achieve so much from their stay, with great outcomes for both the host village and the volunteer. They welcome volunteers to take ownership of small projects. I really enjoyed spending time with my host family, I even went back a second time. I’m now studying for a PhD regarding the skills that volunteers gain in developing countries. I gained so much from this experience that I wanted to empirically study the effects!"

    Natasha Mellor, University of Salford
  • Zoey Billington

    "‘’…. most amazing 3 weeks working with the most amazing children!! An experience that can't be put into words!! If you want to volunteer, come to me for details about VACI- Ghana!! Something you will never forget, good to be home though’’"

    Zoey Billington, Leeds Metropolitan University UK
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