Welcome to WindAid Institute !

WindAid Institute provides volunteer projects in Peru for people taking a gap year, career break, retirement or time out from education, employment or training. School and educational programs, corporate programs and programs for youth organizations can be tailor-made to suit specific requirements.

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WindAid Projects

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Project Dates

2 Jan - 27 Jan |6 Feb - 3 Mar | 13 Mar - 7 Apr...

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Jay Vinda: United Kingdom – Mechanical Engineering at University of Leicester
"My time with WindAid has been the best experience of my life to date and is one that I will
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Earth Day & Fishing in Playa Blanca
Posted on May 13, 2015 by Lewis White This month I was lucky enough to travel to Playa Blanca for
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Rishi Khan : Trinidad and Tobago / Canada – Research & Development Engineer
"WindAid gave me a life changing experience and introduced me to some of the most down to earth individuals with
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Cajamarca Visit – Part 1 of 2
Last week WindAid Institute got back from an amazing trip to Cajamarca! Gean, Lewis, and I spent three extraordinary days
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NCC students make world record in Peru
World Record in Peru "A handful of students from Northampton Community College, traveled thousands of miles over the summer to
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La Republica – Lima
´´...El trabajo de asesoría que brindará IBM dependerá de cada una de las organizaciones. Para Trujillo ¡Ahora!, observatorio ciudadano, se
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Stephanie Lohberg: Florida-USA, Renewable Energy Development Program at GE Power & Water
“My experience at WindAid was unforgettable. They were so welcoming and created a true cultural immersion experience. And the best
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Billy Thurston: London – Water Engineer at Mott MacDonald
"WindAid really was one of the best experiences of my life. As well as teaching me so much about wind
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Alexander Orchard: Spain-Materials Engineering at Imperial College London
"Words fail to express my gratitude and admiration towards WindAid and the mission it believes in. I really didn't know
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Alan Martin Almendras Guzman : Bolivia – Ingeniero Electrico en la Universidad Tecnica de Oruro
 " "Energia limpia que mueve nuevas generaciones" Despues de mi busqueda por internet y la ayuda de un amigo llego
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Stavros Eleftheriou : Cyprus – Electrical Engineering at Imperial College London
"I always wanted to do something special in my life, something I would be proud talking about. I was just
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Leah Kunkel: Minnesota, USA – Mechanical Engineering at Saint Louis University
"My experience with the WindAid Institute surpassed all of my expectations, and gave me an experience that I will forever
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Dora Ip : Canada – Technical Sales Engineer at Electrometals
"I could not have asked for a more phenomenal and freeing experience than what I had accomplished with WindAid. I
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WWF Perú – Oficial Asociado de Cambio Climático y Huella Ecológica
"WWF Perú desea reconocer el gran esfuerzo y compromiso de la institución educativa WindAid, quienes con su constante trabajo empoderan
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Genny Pang: Engineer at Munich-Germany
“I learned so much during my participation in WindAid’s programs, including how to build a wind turbine, methods for getting
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Press Release 2016
WindAid launches first “Community Wind Workshop” in the small fishing village of Playa Blanca in Northern Peru. Read our official
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Lorena Rojas: Florida-USA, University of Florida
“Working in WindAid helped me gain vast knowledge about coils, circuits, electricity, and the entire process that goes behind physically
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Hamish Macdonald: Scotland, University of Strathclyde
“I was part of the 2nd volunteer troop, away back in September 2010. It was a fantastic experience and I
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Spencer Truesdell: Texas-USA, Wind Turbine Service Technician Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
“Before arriving to Trujillo, I wasn’t entirely sure what I was getting myself into but by the time I left,
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