From the moment Caravans without Borders started, we’ve been touched by a recurring story shared by our volunteer sponsors: “We set out to give, but in the end, we find that we’re the ones receiving.”

This is the remarkable impact of solidarity in motion. As you embark on this humanitarian mission, we invite you to explore not just the destination but also the journey within yourself, connecting with others, and embracing the joy of serving.


Join forces with other volunteers on a meaningful journey to one of the projects endorsed by Fraternity Without Borders. This is your opportunity to immerse yourself in the true essence of fraternity, discovering the heart and soul of the project you’ll be visiting.


Guided by the values upheld by Fraternity Without Borders (FWB) and driven by the vision of “changing the world,” instilling confidence in the possibility of a better world through benevolent actions, the “FWB Caravan” was conceived. This unique initiative offers individuals the chance to embark on a fraternal journey that will forever leave a mark on their hearts.

To uphold the FWB mission’s values and actively contribute to transforming lives, our humanitarian endeavors adopt a compassionate, respectful, technically sound, and thoughtful approach in the locations where our projects are based. Every activity we engage in is guided by a strong ethical compass, moral principles, and transparent guidelines.

Our caravans are entirely voluntary and are designed to provide participants with a profound fraternal experience, inspiring everyone to become agents of positive change. Moreover, they aim to immerse participants in the local realities they encounter, including both the challenges and vulnerabilities, as well as the rich cultural and human tapestry they will discover. Whether it’s the resilience of the African people, who teach us about humility and purity, or the shared bonds with our brothers and sisters, we approach these experiences with an attitude of service, offering affection, discipline, respect, cooperation, and compassion.

It’s important to note that these caravans complement the ongoing projects carried out by FWB. They are organized with the involvement of sponsors who are passionate about volunteer work, contributing their personal or technological expertise, as well as professional skills.

By enrolling in our caravans, you’re preparing for an experience that has the power to transform your life. At the core of our philosophy is the African concept of “Ubuntu” – “I am because we are.” Your heartfelt service will be warmly received by the individuals assisted by our projects, individuals who have been living in challenging conditions with limited access to food and resources, yet they continue to hold onto the hope that brighter days are on the horizon.




What are the goals of these caravans?

The primary goal of these caravans are to provide our volunteers with the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of Fraternity Without Borders’ operations within each project. Through your participation, you’ll carry back with you the invaluable experience of unity, fostering a sense of shared purpose and connection.

These caravans will have a special focus on the Ubuntu Nation School (Malawi) and Horova School (Madagascar), and will be led by Charles Heaton, an experienced elementary school principal. Charles will organize activities tailored to the knowledge and skills of all volunteers, regardless of whether they come from an education background or not.

Rest assured, there are diverse opportunities available at our school, encompassing roles working with children, teachers, parents, administration, support staff, and much more. We extend a warm welcome to everyone who wishes to join us on this meaningful journey.

If you’re already familiar with the project and have ideas for activities that could enrich our mission, we encourage you to share your proposals during the registration process. Your input and creativity are highly valued as we work together to make a positive impact.


When is planned to happen? How long does it last?

Mozambique: The humanitarian work will be from June 27th to July 5th.

Ubuntu Nation, Malawi:

Spirituality Humanitarian Mission: The humanitarian work will be from July 08th to July 15th. The volunteers arrive in Malawi on July 7th and depart on July 15th, 2024.


Madagascar: The humanitarian work will be from November 24th to December 07th. The volunteers needs to arrive in Madagascar on November 23rd and depart on December 08th, 2024.

How much does it cost? How do I pay for it?

Flight Costs: Volunteers are responsible for booking their inbound and outbound flights to and from the country. You’ll handle these expenses once your participation in the caravan is confirmed. Remember, booking your tickets early often means lower prices, so keep that in mind.

On-Site Expenses: During your stay, there will be expenses for ground transportation, accommodation, delicious meals and beverages, as well as for our invaluable translators and dedicated maintenance staff. In Malawi, each volunteer will contribute with US$600 for this caravan. In Madagascar, each volunteer will contribute US$1,100 for this caravan.

Additional Expenses: Depending on your home country, there may be extra costs for visas, vaccines, health insurance, and COVID tests. Please note that these expenses are not covered by the amount mentioned above. Don’t worry, our caravan coordinator will provide you with detailed information and guidance to help you navigate these requirements.

Registration Fee: Lastly, all our caravans have a registration fee of US$100, which is due after the orientation session held once a month.

We understand that there are costs involved, but please know that your participation makes a world of difference. We’re here to support you every step of the way, so if you have any questions or need more information, please don’t hesitate to reach out to your caravan coordinator.

Thank you for your incredible dedication and for joining us in making a positive impact on the world!

What else do I need to know?

Each and every one of you plays a pivotal role in the meaningful work carried out by Fraternity Without Borders (FWB) in our projects. With this role comes great responsibility, as it involves becoming an active part of the lives of individuals who are extraordinarily vulnerable and who, at times, have been overlooked by society.

To ensure your purpose aligns seamlessly with that of FWB, it is vital that you:

  • Understand the Caravan’s Purpose: Familiarize yourself with the mission and goals of the specific caravan you’re joining.

  • Embrace FWB’s Mission, Vision, and Values: Dive into the heart of FWB by fully grasping our mission, our vision for a better world, and the core values we uphold.

  • Research Your Destination: Take the time to learn about the community and location where you’ll be volunteering. Understanding the local context will deepen your impact.

  • Commit to a Better World: Recognize that as a volunteer, you are an agent of positive change, working towards creating a better world for all.

  • Not Just Tourism: Remember that FWB humanitarian caravans are not designed for social tourism. Your presence and efforts are driven by a genuine desire to make a meaningful impact on the lives of those we serve.

  • Register and Attend Orientation: To begin your journey with us, ensure you’re registered for the caravan and participate in the monthly orientation session, where you’ll receive valuable insights and guidance.

Your dedication to our cause is truly commendable, and we believe that together, we can make a profound difference in the lives of those we serve. If you have any questions or need further information, please don’t hesitate to reach out. Thank you for being a part of our compassionate community.


Do you want to participate in this caravan?

CLICK HERE to fill the form and register for caravan of Education (Madagascar)!

CLICK HERE to fill the form and register for Family-Humanitarian Mission to Mozambique (06/27 to 07/05/2024)!

CLICK HERE to fill the form and register for Spirituality-Humanitarian Mission to Malawi (07/08 to 07/15/2024)!