Cross Cultural Solutions offers opportunities to work with

  • People affected by HIV/AIDS in Brazil, Costa Rica, Peru, Tanzania, and Thailand.
  • Abused women and children in Brazil, Ghana, Guatemala, India, Morocco, Peru, South Africa, and Tanzania.
  • Neglected or abandoned elderly people in Brazil, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Peru, Russia, South Africa, and Thailand.
  • Teaching English in Brazil, China, Costa Rica, Ghana, Guatemala, India, Morocco, Peru, Russia, South Africa, Tanzania, and Thailand.

Here’s what some of their volunteers report:

Working with People affected by HIV/AIDS: “The biggest thing that I will forever cherish from this trip is the unconditional love and zest for life that the children at CAASAH exuded. Regardless of their prognosis, these children run, laugh, play and cry just like any other child.”

Caring for People with Disabilities: “I met some great people there, and they really made me feel at home. Soon after, it didn’t feel like I was doing volunteer work, I was just helping out some friends.”

Caring for Infants and Children: “I, without a doubt, feel as though I had an impact at my work placement. The babies wanted our love, they just wanted to be held and have our attention. At the daycare, when one would sit on my lap, 10 more kids would rush over, because they wanted us to be with them, and love them too.”


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