Human Health Aid Burundi


As A charity which promotes the principles of humanity, impartiality, neutrality, independence, voluntary service, unity, and universality. We are looking volunteers for our different projects in orphanage care, education, health, WASH, Climate Change mitigation an, disaster preparedness and recovery,. The volunteers should have a passion for making a difference in the lives of individuals.

Requirements for volunteers:

Volunteers should have a relevant educational background or experience in the field of education or healthcare.

Volunteers should possess practical skills related to the project they will be involved in. This can include teaching abilities, medical skills, research skills, or administrative skills depending on the specific project requirements.

Proficiency in English and/or French is required since Burundi is a bilingual country. Having knowledge of Kirundi, the local language, is an added advantage.

The ability to adapt to different cultural, social, and professional settings is crucial. Volunteers may be required to work in rural areas, with limited resources, and in challenging conditions.

Volunteers should be willing to commit a significant amount of time and effort to the project. This can vary depending on the specific project, but a minimum commitment of three months is generally expected.

Volunteers should have good interpersonal and communication skills, and the ability to work effectively in a team. Collaboration with local staff, volunteers, and community members is essential.

Volunteers should be open to learning about and respecting the local customs, traditions, and beliefs. Cultural sensitivity and adaptability are important for the success of the projects

Volunteers should be in good physical and mental health, and have the ability to cope with the challenges of working in the education and healthcare sectors. This may include vaccinations and adherence to safety protocols.


Volunteers should ensure they have the necessary legal documentation, including visas and permits, to work in Burundi. HHA will provide guidance and support in navigating these requirements.