We are available round the clock to help you with your queries. Volunteers can effortlessly reach us via telephone or email at any point of the day. They can also directly communicate with our sizeable staff in person in India and China. In fact, even before you embark on your journey of a lifetime and physically start your overseas volunteer work, you can find the answers to most of your questions in the comprehensive study materials that we furnish you with so that you reap the maximum benefits from your volunteer travel experience.
Larger cities of China are very safe, but you still have to use common sense at your discretion. Try not to walk unescorted at night, as touristy sites are a magnet for pickpockets.
Traffic patterns in China do not favor pedestrians. You have to be very much be on your guard, while you are crossing streets or riding a bicycle.
Ensuring personal health and safety is our number one concern. In fact, we have never had a problem with the health or safety of any individuals volunteering with us. We ensure that volunteers can reach one of our representatives 24 hours a day. We have safeguards in place to cover all possible scenarios concerning the health and well-being of everyone in the program.
In China, urban crime rates are among the lowest in the world, much lower than in major US cities. The health care systems in Beijing, Yunnan and Shanghai are state-of-the-art and able to address any medical problems which might arise in the course of your volunteer travel and work.