social volunteering in the Andes of Peru


Minka Project

a direct way of volunteering, knowing the culture and the most interesting places of this ancestral land and its living culture
About us

Helping women never doubt that they are Valuable & Powerful

We are a social project driven by volunteers. We work directly with the Andean populations in a situation of poverty and exclusion promoting self-development based on the improvement of their education, organization and self-esteem. We are inspired by the Andean ideals of mutual support, reciprocity and respect for nature, our work is in the field, we have a form of participation and horizontal organization, volunteers and population.

Come join us

This is a unique opportunity to change lives, develop an internship with us and be an integral part of this social causes helping Andean women and girls

Events and other activities:

We organize many experiences of cultural exchange, trips and non-commercial excursions, in addition to experiencing culture in a direct and experiential way.

17 July, 2020

A fairly direct way of voluntary social work in populations with real need of support and help in the Andes of Peru


29 June, 2020

an effective and comforting form of study and socio-cultural immersion in collaboration of a team with experience and social training in development, knowledge and knowledge of the Andean world

5 May, 2020

On weekends we organize non-commercial excursions to many places of “tourist”, ecological, cultural or mystical interest, visit know and experience first-hand villages, mountains, lagoons and beautiful landscapes of the Andes and central jungle, an experience very experiential.

Our partners
I had a great time working with the programm. You get to really know the peruvian live when you are there since Huancayo is not touristic which is really nice. The work with the kids was amazing. They are really nice and are also very patient with you if you don't understand.
Magda Gallob
Volunteering with the Project is an intense cross cultural learning experience. The needs are varied and large among the families in the program, yet smiles and genuine personal relations are the norm. Frank and the other "tichers" are highly respected and warmly received.
Peter wotowiek
I was a volunteer with the Minka project, until you do it you don't know how good this experience is. You are going to live for a while in a place very different from yours you notice many sensations that make you think you help people who need it but you receive very human lessons
Carmen Diego
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