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01.Jan - 31.Dec 2022
KUNDAPUR, Inde

REGULAR TEACHING

  • Long terme 6-12 mois
  • FSL-LTV 01 A
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150 EUR
Frais supp : 18000 INR

Remarque

The Participation cost is 18,000 Indian Rupees for each month (approximately Euros 230 per month). Note: The Euro rate may vary based on the exchange rate.

  • Code : FSL-LTV 01 A
  • Dispo : COMPLET
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 65

PARTENAIRE

FSL-India, (Field Services and Inter-cultural Learning – India) is a youth development organisation focused towards Inter-cultural Learning through Voluntary Services set up to promote Global Understanding by providing opportunities to the youth to work in different cultural contexts to appreciate Inter-cultural learning. Thereby, reducing boundaries and bringing people to work together in harmony by understanding the Inter-cultural aspects focusing towards development of people and society through youth mobility and volunteerism. Founded in the year 2000 and legally incorporated in 2001, FSL-India is a Trust under Indian Trust Act 1882. It was formed with the support of like-minded National and International Organizations with a primary purpose to bring about global transformation, progress and growth through youth exchange programs. FSL-India is headquartered in Bangalore, with regional offices in Karnataka (Bangalore, Mysore and Kundapur), Tamil Nadu (Chennai), and Pondicherry and is well equipped with experienced associates who support developmental activities across the country with the help of Local and Regional Partners. Annually, FSL- Indi a mobilizes movement of 1500 and more youths from across the globe with the support of International Partners and local NGOs.

TRAVAIL

https://padlet.com/fslindia06/nz6v3dss7c4qa2b4Some of the tasks include i- Assist during the learning of English as a language usingcreative teaching methods, encourage and develop learninglevels and cognitive skills of the students- Assist during extra-curricular activities, inspire children tolearn new languages and different culturesAdditionally following tasks may also require your assistance:- Develop teaching and learning aids wit low or no cost using locallyavailable material, and facilitate simulation games for the childrenand the teaching facilities.- Design appropriate tools for development and set certain criteria forassessment of children s learning levels and cognitive skills,Individual goal setting for children with learning disability, lessonplanning etc.Note: Due to school holidays, these projects will remain closed duringthe following months: March until May; the month of October; andsometimes in December. During the non-teaching months i.e. duringthe school holidays, FSL India organizes camps to its LTVs: SummerProjects (in March/April/May) and Winter camps (in October).

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

You could be staying with local families near to the project. You could be sharing rooms with 2-3 volunteers or staying on your own. Sometimes, projects provide accommodation for the volunteers. The project will provide a room that is shared by other volunteers or with the staff of the project.

SITUATION

Our projects are spread out across different regions in South India. Your project location could be in any one of the following locations – Bangalore, Mysore, Chennai, Kundapur, Udupi, Mangalore, North Karnataka or Pondicherry. You will be notified of the location of your project a month prior to your arrival. During the Orientation week, one can find out the leisure activities around your area. There are lots of things to do in south of India.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

According to the new Visa Regulations, volunteers coming to India to do voluntary service with/through a registered Indian organization need to apply for an Employment Visa ( to work with NGO / Non-Profit organization). No other visa is acceptable. In order to apply for an Employment visa, you ll need proof of employment with an organization in India, such as a contract that states the terms and conditions. FSL India will provide necessary documents for your visa application on request. For more information, please visit the following websites: http://goindia.about.com/od/visas/tp/Guide-To-Indian-Visa-Types.htm http://www.immihelp.com/nri/indiavisa/categories.html What is needed to be an LTV We welcome anybody who is interested to participate in our voluntary programs regardless of age, sex, religious belief, ethnicity or sexual orientation. Most of our programmes do not require any specific skills. But as the work is humanitarian in nature, we encourage volunteers to be: O Open Minded: It is essential to be open to new ideas, situations, morals, values and ways of doing things. Things may be different from what you are used to or your existing expectations. If you remain open minded then you will be flooded with new opportunities. Broadening the mind is at the heart of inter-cultural exchange. O Flexible: Remaining flexible to ideas, people, situations and encounters is important. While working at social projects, you will be dealing with people i and people are unpredictable. Taking a flexible approach is often the best way to deal with such situations. O Creative: Taking a creative approach to your volunteer placement and work maintains motivation and, prevents routine and boredom for yourself and the project. When you start to think creatively it is amazing what can be achieved.

01.Jan - 31.Dec 2022
KUNDAPUR, Inde

SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE / ORGANIC FARMING

  • Long terme 6-12 mois
  • AGRI
  • FSL LTV 02 E
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150 EUR
Frais supp : 18000 INR

Remarque

The Participation cost is 18,000 Indian Rupees for each month (approximately Euros 230 per month). Note: The Euro rate may vary based on the exchange rate.

  • Code : FSL LTV 02 E
  • Dispo : COMPLET
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 65

PARTENAIRE

FSL-India, (Field Services and Inter-cultural Learning – India) is a youth development organisation focused towards Inter-cultural Learning through Voluntary Services set up to promote Global Understanding by providing opportunities to the youth to work in different cultural contexts to appreciate Inter-cultural learning. Thereby, reducing boundaries and bringing people to work together in harmony by understanding the Inter-cultural aspects focusing towards development of people and society through youth mobility and volunteerism. Founded in the year 2000 and legally incorporated in 2001, FSL-India is a Trust under Indian Trust Act 1882. It was formed with the support of like-minded National and International Organizations with a primary purpose to bring about global transformation, progress and growth through youth exchange programs(FSL-India) works in the fields of Education, Environment, Health and Sanitation, Wildlife and Marine Conservation, Community Development, Disaster Relief and Rehabilitation. Volunteering is the heart of our work and activities. We carry out our programs across India in cooperation with the Ministry of Health, Women and Child Welfare, Ministry of Education, Forest and Wildlife Departments, Archaeological Survey of India, State and National Governments and local bodies.We have prior experience in Disaster Management and post relief work, starting from the Tsunami which took place in 2004-05 to the ongoing COVID-19 relief work. In recognition of our work carried out during the Tsunami, FSL India was selected as the NGO Coordination Cell in Nagapattinam district, Tamil Nadu.FSL-India is headquartered in Bangalore, with regional offices in Karnataka (Bangalore, Mysore and Kundapur), Tamil Nadu (Chennai), and Pondicherry and is well equipped with experienced associates who support developmental activities across the country with the help of Local and Regional Partners. Annually, FSL- India mobilizes movement of 1500 and more youths from across the globe with the support of International Partners and local NGOs.

TRAVAIL

The challenge of food security, especially in the face of risingfood prices, places a serious responsibility before the country.Despite immense advances in the agriculture sector, manypeople still sleep hungry or live under the threat of foodshortage. The degradation of natural resources is also a majorconcern as it severely impacts the livelihoods of poor andbackward communities in rural areas. In this backdrop,sustainable agriculture is one of the most effective ways torespond to the challenges of the rural community.LTV 02 E SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE/ORGANIC FARMING In essence, Sustainable Agriculture refers to a set ofpractices adopted for cultivation that are least harmful tothe environment while also ensuring a good crop. Itinvolves crop production methods that support sustainablenatural resource management to increase crop productivity,maintain biodiversity, and also are economically viable andsocially acceptable. Organic farming is generallysustainable; however, organic produce can also becultivated on large scale industrial farms that are notsustainable. Soil and water management, organic farming,integrated pest management, and integrated nutrientmanagement are common practices promoted undersustainable agriculture. Sustainable agriculturaldevelopment, as well as employing organic farmingmethods, seeks food and nutritional security, improvedlivelihoods for our people, safe ecosystems, and sustainableeconomies of agriculture.As a volunteer in this field of work you will — Work with the farming community and the associatedorganizations that assist in sustainable agriculture and/ororganic farming.- Conduct community awareness on the importance ofsustainable agriculture.- Facilitate training and capacity building on cropproductivity, how to maintain biodiversity, watermanagement, organic farming, integrated pestmanagement, and integrated nutrient management,surveys, documentations etc.The Info-sheet will have more information regarding theindividual projects with schedules, and activities.

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

You could be staying with local families near to the project. You could be sharing rooms with 2-3 volunteers or staying on your own. Sometimes, projects provide accommodation for the volunteers. The project will provide a room that is shared by other volunteers or with the staff of the project.

SITUATION

Our projects are spread out across different regions in South India. Your project location could be in any one of the following locations – Bangalore, Mysore, Chennai, Kundapur, Udupi, Mangalore, North Karnataka or Pondicherry. You will be notified of the location of your project a month prior to your arrival. During the Orientation week, one can find out the leisure activities around your area. There are lots of things to do in south of India.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

Visa Requirements: According to the new Visa Regulations, volunteers coming to India to do voluntary service with/through a registered Indian organization need to apply for an Employment Visa ( to work with NGO / Non-Profit organization). No other visa is acceptable. In order to apply for an Employment visa, you ll need proof of employment with an organization in India, such as a contract that states the terms and conditions. FSL India will provide necessary documents for your visa application on request. For more information, please visit the following websites: http://goindia.about.com/od/visas/tp/Guide-To-Indian-Visa-Types.htm http://www.immihelp.com/nri/indiavisa/categories.html What is needed to be an LTV We welcome anybody who is interested to participate in our voluntary programs regardless of age, sex, religious belief, ethnicity or sexual orientation. Most of our programmes do not require any specific skills. But as the work is humanitarian in nature, we encourage volunteers to be: O Open Minded: It is essential to be open to new ideas, situations, morals, values and ways of doing things. Things may be different from what you are used to or your existing expectations. If you remain open minded then you will be flooded with new opportunities. Broadening the mind is at the heart of inter-cultural exchange. O Flexible: Remaining flexible to ideas, people, situations and encounters is important. While working at social projects, you will be dealing with people i and people are unpredictable. Taking a flexible approach is often the best way to deal with such situations. O Creative: Taking a creative approach to your volunteer placement and work maintains motivation and, prevents routine and boredom for yourself and the project. When you start to think creatively it is amazing what can be achieved.

01.Jan - 31.Dec 2022
KUNDAPUR, Inde

CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS

  • Long terme 6-12 mois
  • SOCI
  • FSL LTV 03 A
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150 EUR
Frais supp : 18000 INR

Remarque

The Participation cost is 18,000 Indian Rupees for each month (approximately Euros 230 per month). Note: The Euro rate may vary based on the exchange rate.

  • Code : FSL LTV 03 A
  • Dispo : COMPLET
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 65

PARTENAIRE

FSL-India, (Field Services and Inter-cultural Learning – India) is a youth development organisation focused towards Inter-cultural Learning through Voluntary Services set up to promote Global Understanding by providing opportunities to the youth to work in different cultural contexts to appreciate Inter-cultural learning. Thereby, reducing boundaries and bringing people to work together in harmony by understanding the Inter-cultural aspects focusing towards development of people and society through youth mobility and volunteerism. Founded in the year 2000 and legally incorporated in 2001, FSL-India is a Trust under Indian Trust Act 1882. It was formed with the support of like-minded National and International Organizations with a primary purpose to bring about global transformation, progress and growth through youth exchange programs(FSL-India) works in the fields of Education, Environment, Health and Sanitation, Wildlife and Marine Conservation, Community Development, Disaster Relief and Rehabilitation. Volunteering is the heart of our work and activities. We carry out our programs across India in cooperation with the Ministry of Health, Women and Child Welfare, Ministry of Education, Forest and Wildlife Departments, Archaeological Survey of India, State and National Governments and local bodies.We have prior experience in Disaster Management and post relief work, starting from the Tsunami which took place in 2004-05 to the ongoing COVID-19 relief work. In recognition of our work carried out during the Tsunami, FSL India was selected as the NGO Coordination Cell in Nagapattinam district, Tamil Nadu.FSL-India is headquartered in Bangalore, with regional offices in Karnataka (Bangalore, Mysore and Kundapur), Tamil Nadu (Chennai), and Pondicherry and is well equipped with experienced associates who support developmental activities across the country with the help of Local and Regional Partners. Annually, FSL- India mobilizes movement of 1500 and more youths from across the globe with the support of International Partners and local NGOs.

TRAVAIL

Working with people/children who deal with various forms of physical or intellectual challenges can be quitea demanding task for anyone.However, despite the challenges they never lack in terms ofspirit and enthusiasm and working along with them can bringyou a lot of joy and give a lot of life learning experiences.The main work will be teaching and supporting the staff intheir daily activities for the care of the children. As avolunteer, you will be involved in Individual goal setting andplanning for holistic development of children/persons withspecial needs through home-based, community based orinstitutional based approach. It needs a bit of flexibility andopenness to all kinds of works and activities.LTV 03 A CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS These children are subject to multiple deprivations andlimited opportunities in several dimensions of theirlives. They are mostly rejected by mainstream societyand face grave discrimination.Yo ur work schedule include:- We believe volunteers can be huge change-makers insuch projects by participating and bringing joy in livesof these children, and help the NGO to bring somestructure changes in their daily lives and preparethem for adulthood.- Involve in maintenance and gardening work, prepareand serve meals, cleaning and providing company.- A creative approach to work is useful and you willhave the opportunity to initiate new mini projects oractivities. A flexible approach to the work with to beprepared to undertake multiple tasks is verynecessary to work in these projects.The Info-sheet will have more information regardingthe individual projects with schedules, and activities

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

You could be staying with local families near to the project. You could be sharing rooms with 2-3 volunteers or staying on your own. Sometimes, projects provide accommodation for the volunteers. The project will provide a room that is shared by other volunteers or with the staff of the project.

SITUATION

Our projects are spread out across different regions in South India. Your project location could be in any one of the following locations – Bangalore, Mysore, Chennai, Kundapur, Udupi, Mangalore, North Karnataka or Pondicherry. You will be notified of the location of your project a month prior to your arrival. During the Orientation week, one can find out the leisure activities around your area. There are lots of things to do in south of India.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

Visa Requirements: According to the new Visa Regulations, volunteers coming to India to do voluntary service with/through a registered Indian organization need to apply for an Employment Visa ( to work with NGO / Non-Profit organization). No other visa is acceptable. In order to apply for an Employment visa, you ll need proof of employment with an organization in India, such as a contract that states the terms and conditions. FSL India will provide necessary documents for your visa application on request. For more information, please visit the following websites: http://goindia.about.com/od/visas/tp/Guide-To-Indian-Visa-Types.htm http://www.immihelp.com/nri/indiavisa/categories.html What is needed to be an LTV We welcome anybody who is interested to participate in our voluntary programs regardless of age, sex, religious belief, ethnicity or sexual orientation. Most of our programmes do not require any specific skills. But as the work is humanitarian in nature, we encourage volunteers to be: O Open Minded: It is essential to be open to new ideas, situations, morals, values and ways of doing things. Things may be different from what you are used to or your existing expectations. If you remain open minded then you will be flooded with new opportunities. Broadening the mind is at the heart of inter-cultural exchange. O Flexible: Remaining flexible to ideas, people, situations and encounters is important. While working at social projects, you will be dealing with people i and people are unpredictable. Taking a flexible approach is often the best way to deal with such situations. O Creative: Taking a creative approach to your volunteer placement and work maintains motivation and, prevents routine and boredom for yourself and the project. When you start to think creatively it is amazing what can be achieved.

01.Jan - 31.Dec 2022
KUNDAPUR, Inde

REHABILITATION PROJECTS

  • Long terme 6-12 mois
  • SOCI
  • FSL LTV 03 B
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150 EUR
Frais supp : 18000 INR

Remarque

The Participation cost is 18,000 Indian Rupees for each month (approximately Euros 230 per month). Note: The Euro rate may vary based on the exchange rate.

  • Code : FSL LTV 03 B
  • Dispo : COMPLET
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 65

PARTENAIRE

FSL-India, (Field Services and Inter-cultural Learning – India) is a youth development organisation focused towards Inter-cultural Learning through Voluntary Services set up to promote Global Understanding by providing opportunities to the youth to work in different cultural contexts to appreciate Inter-cultural learning. Thereby, reducing boundaries and bringing people to work together in harmony by understanding the Inter-cultural aspects focusing towards development of people and society through youth mobility and volunteerism. Founded in the year 2000 and legally incorporated in 2001, FSL-India is a Trust under Indian Trust Act 1882. It was formed with the support of like-minded National and International Organizations with a primary purpose to bring about global transformation, progress and growth through youth exchange programs(FSL-India) works in the fields of Education, Environment, Health and Sanitation, Wildlife and Marine Conservation, Community Development, Disaster Relief and Rehabilitation. Volunteering is the heart of our work and activities. We carry out our programs across India in cooperation with the Ministry of Health, Women and Child Welfare, Ministry of Education, Forest and Wildlife Departments, Archaeological Survey of India, State and National Governments and local bodies.We have prior experience in Disaster Management and post relief work, starting from the Tsunami which took place in 2004-05 to the ongoing COVID-19 relief work. In recognition of our work carried out during the Tsunami, FSL India was selected as the NGO Coordination Cell in Nagapattinam district, Tamil Nadu.FSL-India is headquartered in Bangalore, with regional offices in Karnataka (Bangalore, Mysore and Kundapur), Tamil Nadu (Chennai), and Pondicherry and is well equipped with experienced associates who support developmental activities across the country with the help of Local and Regional Partners. Annually, FSL- India mobilizes movement of 1500 and more youths from across the globe with the support of International Partners and local NGOs.

TRAVAIL

There are many NGOs working for social inclusion projects where minorities or less fortunate people have been left behind in the race and struggle for economic and social justice. FSL-India makes efforts to motivate/support them by placing interested volunteers to help them in their office, field work or to bring in new innovative ideas to their work. The work varies from project to project. Therefore, it is important for the volunteers to clearly mention in the application indicating why they want to work on such projects and also how they can contribute to the projects. Following are examples of the different kinds of Rehabilitation projects:-Projects where working children are given vocational training ;-Projects where young people are given training in various trades ;-Projects where Micro-finances are given to a minority community and we help them to become economically stable;-Projects where computer education is given;-Projects with disabled children and/or adults, in order to give them more autonomy and to eventually reintegrate them in the mainstream of society.In the past volunteers have contributed in a lot of ways for instance i Photography and documentation work of local projects and helping them build a webpage of their own, at a vocational training centre help make a catalogue of all their products. Assist projects by implementing a good filing system; support in survey and data collection. In these projects creativity plays a major role, and prior experience is also very useful. The volunteers will help the special children to work in Terrace garden, carft work and agriculture work which will increase their creativity. The Info-sheet will have more information regarding the individual projects with schedules, and activities.

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

You could be staying with local families near to the project. You could be sharing rooms with 2-3 volunteers or staying on your own. Sometimes, projects provide accommodation for the volunteers. The project will provide a room that is shared by other volunteers or with the staff of the project.

SITUATION

Our projects are spread out across different regions in South India. Your project location could be in any one of the following locations – Bangalore, Mysore, Chennai, Kundapur, Udupi, Mangalore, North Karnataka or Pondicherry. You will be notified of the location of your project a month prior to your arrival. During the Orientation week, one can find out the leisure activities around your area. There are lots of things to do in south of India.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

Visa Requirements: According to the new Visa Regulations, volunteers coming to India to do voluntary service with/through a registered Indian organization need to apply for an Employment Visa ( to work with NGO / Non-Profit organization). No other visa is acceptable. In order to apply for an Employment visa, you ll need proof of employment with an organization in India, such as a contract that states the terms and conditions. FSL India will provide necessary documents for your visa application on request. For more information, please visit the following websites: http://goindia.about.com/od/visas/tp/Guide-To-Indian-Visa-Types.htm http://www.immihelp.com/nri/indiavisa/categories.html What is needed to be an LTV We welcome anybody who is interested to participate in our voluntary programs regardless of age, sex, religious belief, ethnicity or sexual orientation. Most of our programmes do not require any specific skills. But as the work is humanitarian in nature, we encourage volunteers to be: O Open Minded: It is essential to be open to new ideas, situations, morals, values and ways of doing things. Things may be different from what you are used to or your existing expectations. If you remain open minded then you will be flooded with new opportunities. Broadening the mind is at the heart of inter-cultural exchange. O Flexible: Remaining flexible to ideas, people, situations and encounters is important. While working at social projects, you will be dealing with people i and people are unpredictable. Taking a flexible approach is often the best way to deal with such situations. O Creative: Taking a creative approach to your volunteer placement and work maintains motivation and, prevents routine and boredom for yourself and the project. When you start to think creatively it is amazing what can be achieved.

01.Jan - 31.Dec 2022
KUNDAPUR, Inde

ETHNIC TRIBES TEACHING

  • Long terme 6-12 mois
  • FSL LTV 01 C
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150 EUR
Frais supp : 18000 INR

Remarque

The Participation cost is 18,000 Indian Rupees for each month (approximately Euros 230 per month). Note: The Euro rate may vary based on the exchange rate.

  • Code : FSL LTV 01 C
  • Dispo : COMPLET
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 65

PARTENAIRE

FSL-India, (Field Services and Inter-cultural Learning – India) is a youth development organisation focused towards Inter-cultural Learning through Voluntary Services set up to promote Global Understanding by providing opportunities to the youth to work in different cultural contexts to appreciate Inter-cultural learning. Thereby, reducing boundaries and bringing people to work together in harmony by understanding the Inter-cultural aspects focusing towards development of people and society through youth mobility and volunteerism. Founded in the year 2000 and legally incorporated in 2001, FSL-India is a Trust under Indian Trust Act 1882. It was formed with the support of like-minded National and International Organizations with a primary purpose to bring about global transformation, progress and growth through youth exchange programs(FSL-India) works in the fields of Education, Environment, Health and Sanitation, Wildlife and Marine Conservation, Community Development, Disaster Relief and Rehabilitation. Volunteering is the heart of our work and activities. We carry out our programs across India in cooperation with the Ministry of Health, Women and Child Welfare, Ministry of Education, Forest and Wildlife Departments, Archaeological Survey of India, State and National Governments and local bodies.We have prior experience in Disaster Management and post relief work, starting from the Tsunami which took place in 2004-05 to the ongoing COVID-19 relief work. In recognition of our work carried out during the Tsunami, FSL India was selected as the NGO Coordination Cell in Nagapattinam district, Tamil Nadu.FSL-India is headquartered in Bangalore, with regional offices in Karnataka (Bangalore, Mysore and Kundapur), Tamil Nadu (Chennai), and Pondicherry and is well equipped with experienced associates who support developmental activities across the country with the help of Local and Regional Partners. Annually, FSL- India mobilizes movement of 1500 and more youths from across the globe with the support of International Partners and local NGOs.

TRAVAIL

There are several ethnic minorities in India who faces severalissues like lack of proper education, infrastructure and medicalfacilities along with isolation due to the inferior nature of living,illiteracy of parents and lack of livelihood development. VariousNGOs are working towards to community development of theseparticipate and complete within the mainstream society.Working in this files requires a high degree of flexibility, andvolunteers should try and get involved with local community andwith the staff of the project. These projects with the tribalcommunities are located in rural and remote areas, near to orwithin the communities and since you will be working withtheme, therefore it is important that you are prepared for bareminimum and simple living conditions.LTV 01 C ETHNIC TRIBES TEACHING Strong language barrier could also pose a greater challenge foranyone working in this field Most of the development workcarried out by NGO s is aimed at community developmentthrough education, awareness, livelihood promotion and healthimprovement. Volunteers will be required to teach in most ofthe projects where they will work with tribal children. Thereforean interest in teaching and love for children is crucial. However,you could also be supporting the staff in the daily activities if thecentre, whilst the children are away attending Regular schools.A creative approach to work is useful and you will have theopportunity to initiate new mini projects or activities.You will have to be prepared for a flexible approach to the workand be wiling to undertake a variety of tasks. If you have manyideas of teaching different kinds of activities such as games,songs, arts and crafts or sports and athletics to children, thenthis type of project is for youThe info-sheet will have more information regarding theindividual project with schedules and activities.

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

You could be staying with local families near to the project. You could be sharing rooms with 2-3 volunteers or staying on your own. Sometimes, projects provide accommodation for the volunteers. The project will provide a room that is shared by other volunteers or with the staff of the project.

SITUATION

Our projects are spread out across different regions in South India. Your project location could be in any one of the following locations – Bangalore, Mysore, Chennai, Kundapur, Udupi, Mangalore, North Karnataka or Pondicherry. You will be notified of the location of your project a month prior to your arrival. During the Orientation week, one can find out the leisure activities around your area. There are lots of things to do in south of India.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

Visa Requirements: According to the new Visa Regulations, volunteers coming to India to do voluntary service with/through a registered Indian organization need to apply for an Employment Visa ( to work with NGO / Non-Profit organization). No other visa is acceptable. In order to apply for an Employment visa, you ll need proof of employment with an organization in India, such as a contract that states the terms and conditions. FSL India will provide necessary documents for your visa application on request. For more information, please visit the following websites: http://goindia.about.com/od/visas/tp/Guide-To-Indian-Visa-Types.htm http://www.immihelp.com/nri/indiavisa/categories.html What is needed to be an LTV We welcome anybody who is interested to participate in our voluntary programs regardless of age, sex, religious belief, ethnicity or sexual orientation. Most of our programmes do not require any specific skills. But as the work is humanitarian in nature, we encourage volunteers to be: O Open Minded: It is essential to be open to new ideas, situations, morals, values and ways of doing things. Things may be different from what you are used to or your existing expectations. If you remain open minded then you will be flooded with new opportunities. Broadening the mind is at the heart of inter-cultural exchange. O Flexible: Remaining flexible to ideas, people, situations and encounters is important. While working at social projects, you will be dealing with people i and people are unpredictable. Taking a flexible approach is often the best way to deal with such situations. O Creative: Taking a creative approach to your volunteer placement and work maintains motivation and, prevents routine and boredom for yourself and the project. When you start to think creatively it is amazing what can be achieved.

01.Jan - 31.Dec 2022
KUNDAPUR, Inde

WOMEN EMPOWERMENT

  • Long terme 6-12 mois
  • SOCI
  • FSL LTV 03 C
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150 EUR
Frais supp : 18000 INR

Remarque

The Participation cost is 18,000 Indian Rupees for each month (approximately Euros 230 per month). Note: The Euro rate may vary based on the exchange rate.

  • Code : FSL LTV 03 C
  • Dispo : COMPLET
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 65

PARTENAIRE

FSL-India, (Field Services and Inter-cultural Learning – India) is a youth development organisation focused towards Inter-cultural Learning through Voluntary Services set up to promote Global Understanding by providing opportunities to the youth to work in different cultural contexts to appreciate Inter-cultural learning. Thereby, reducing boundaries and bringing people to work together in harmony by understanding the Inter-cultural aspects focusing towards development of people and society through youth mobility and volunteerism. Founded in the year 2000 and legally incorporated in 2001, FSL-India is a Trust under Indian Trust Act 1882. It was formed with the support of like-minded National and International Organizations with a primary purpose to bring about global transformation, progress and growth through youth exchange programs(FSL-India) works in the fields of Education, Environment, Health and Sanitation, Wildlife and Marine Conservation, Community Development, Disaster Relief and Rehabilitation. Volunteering is the heart of our work and activities. We carry out our programs across India in cooperation with the Ministry of Health, Women and Child Welfare, Ministry of Education, Forest and Wildlife Departments, Archaeological Survey of India, State and National Governments and local bodies.We have prior experience in Disaster Management and post relief work, starting from the Tsunami which took place in 2004-05 to the ongoing COVID-19 relief work. In recognition of our work carried out during the Tsunami, FSL India was selected as the NGO Coordination Cell in Nagapattinam district, Tamil Nadu.FSL-India is headquartered in Bangalore, with regional offices in Karnataka (Bangalore, Mysore and Kundapur), Tamil Nadu (Chennai), and Pondicherry and is well equipped with experienced associates who support developmental activities across the country with the help of Local and Regional Partners. Annually, FSL- India mobilizes movement of 1500 and more youths from across the globe with the support of International Partners and local NGOs.

TRAVAIL

an SHG is, in essence, a creditand savings group: each member regularly contributes a fixed,small amount of money until enough capital is built within theSHG to begin lending.The group then collectively decides which members should belent money, based on the needs of each member. Repayment,at a predetermined interest rate, is ensured through peerpressure.Through the years, SHGs have evolved into more than justcommunity-driven institutions of micro-credit; they have alsobeen crucial to mobilizing women sempowerment activities atthe grassroots level.Volunteers will work extensively with SHGs andother women s groups to implement capacitybuilding initiatives in their communities. Some oftheactivities they will be involved in include:- Teaching English- Building capacity in computer literacy- Raising awareness on health and hygiene- Promoting entrepreneurial initiatives and incomegeneration activities thatincrease family income- Building the financial capacity of SHGs to activelymanage their group, increase capital and- fund entrepreneurial projects of their women membersThe Info-sheet will have more information regarding theindividual projects with schedules, and activities

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

You could be staying with local families near to the project. You could be sharing rooms with 2-3 volunteers or staying on your own. Sometimes, projects provide accommodation for the volunteers. The project will provide a room that is shared by other volunteers or with the staff of the project.

SITUATION

Our projects are spread out across different regions in South India. Your project location could be in any one of the following locations – Bangalore, Mysore, Chennai, Kundapur, Udupi, Mangalore, North Karnataka or Pondicherry. You will be notified of the location of your project a month prior to your arrival. During the Orientation week, one can find out the leisure activities around your area. There are lots of things to do in south of India.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

Visa Requirements: According to the new Visa Regulations, volunteers coming to India to do voluntary service with/through a registered Indian organization need to apply for an Employment Visa ( to work with NGO / Non-Profit organization). No other visa is acceptable. In order to apply for an Employment visa, you ll need proof of employment with an organization in India, such as a contract that states the terms and conditions. FSL India will provide necessary documents for your visa application on request. For more information, please visit the following websites: http://goindia.about.com/od/visas/tp/Guide-To-Indian-Visa-Types.htm http://www.immihelp.com/nri/indiavisa/categories.html What is needed to be an LTV We welcome anybody who is interested to participate in our voluntary programs regardless of age, sex, religious belief, ethnicity or sexual orientation. Most of our programmes do not require any specific skills. But as the work is humanitarian in nature, we encourage volunteers to be: O Open Minded: It is essential to be open to new ideas, situations, morals, values and ways of doing things. Things may be different from what you are used to or your existing expectations. If you remain open minded then you will be flooded with new opportunities. Broadening the mind is at the heart of inter-cultural exchange. O Flexible: Remaining flexible to ideas, people, situations and encounters is important. While working at social projects, you will be dealing with people i and people are unpredictable. Taking a flexible approach is often the best way to deal with such situations. O Creative: Taking a creative approach to your volunteer placement and work maintains motivation and, prevents routine and boredom for yourself and the project. When you start to think creatively it is amazing what can be achieved.

01.Jan - 31.Dec 2022
KUNDAPUR, Inde

CHILDREN FOUND ON STREET

  • Long terme 6-12 mois
  • FSL LTV 01 D
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150 EUR
Frais supp : 18000 INR

Remarque

The Participation cost is 18,000 Indian Rupees for each month (approximately Euros 230 per month). Note: The Euro rate may vary based on the exchange rate

  • Code : FSL LTV 01 D
  • Dispo : COMPLET
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 65

PARTENAIRE

FSL-India, (Field Services and Inter-cultural Learning – India) is a youth development organisation focused towards Inter-cultural Learning through Voluntary Services set up to promote Global Understanding by providing opportunities to the youth to work in different cultural contexts to appreciate Inter-cultural learning. Thereby, reducing boundaries and bringing people to work together in harmony by understanding the Inter-cultural aspects focusing towards development of people and society through youth mobility and volunteerism. Founded in the year 2000 and legally incorporated in 2001, FSL-India is a Trust under Indian Trust Act 1882. It was formed with the support of like-minded National and International Organizations with a primary purpose to bring about global transformation, progress and growth through youth exchange programs(FSL-India) works in the fields of Education, Environment, Health and Sanitation, Wildlife and Marine Conservation, Community Development, Disaster Relief and Rehabilitation. Volunteering is the heart of our work and activities. We carry out our programs across India in cooperation with the Ministry of Health, Women and Child Welfare, Ministry of Education, Forest and Wildlife Departments, Archaeological Survey of India, State and National Governments and local bodies.We have prior experience in Disaster Management and post relief work, starting from the Tsunami which took place in 2004-05 to the ongoing COVID-19 relief work. In recognition of our work carried out during the Tsunami, FSL India was selected as the NGO Coordination Cell in Nagapattinam district, Tamil Nadu.FSL-India is headquartered in Bangalore, with regional offices in Karnataka (Bangalore, Mysore and Kundapur), Tamil Nadu (Chennai), and Pondicherry and is well equipped with experienced associates who support developmental activities across the country with the help of Local and Regional Partners. Annually, FSL- India mobilizes movement of 1500 and more youths from across the globe with the support of International Partners and local NGOs.

TRAVAIL

It is estimated that more than 400,000 street children in Indiaexist. FSL iIndia like many other NGOs and local initiatives inIndia, work for the welfare of these children often termed as working children .The focus is to take these children away from the streets andfrom their working place in order to give them a chance to livea decent and accepted standard of life. The effort is to try andplace as many of these children in centres, boarding schoolsand day-care shelters etc. and help them return to the regularschooling system, where they are provided vocationaleducation and training skills that would help them find adecent job in the future and keep them away fromexploitation.LTV 01 D CHILDEN FOUND ON STREET Much of the development work these projects is based oneducation known also as alternativeeducation .Therefore, the volunteers will be required to teach in mostof the projects where they work with street children.Hence, an interest in teaching and love for children is ofutmost importance to the project.Their work activities will involve supporting the staff in thedaily activities of the schools.- A creative approach to work and dealing with the childrenwill be useful and you will have the opportunity to initiatenew mini projects or activities. You need to have a flexibleapproach to work with children and be prepared toundertake a variety of tasks.- In some cases the volunteer will be required to go amidstthe tent community comprised of families of migrantlabourers, to raise awareness of the teaching program andto motivate parents to enrol their children in schools. Ifyou have a lot of ideas in teaching different kinds ofactivities such as games, songs, arts and crafts or sportsand athletics to children, then this type of project is bestsuited for youThe Info-sheet will have more information regarding theindividual projects with schedules, and activities

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

You could be staying with local families near to the project. You could be sharing rooms with 2-3 volunteers or staying on your own. Sometimes, projects provide accommodation for the volunteers. The project will provide a room that is shared by other volunteers or with the staff of the project.

SITUATION

Our projects are spread out across different regions in South India. Your project location could be in any one of the following locations – Bangalore, Mysore, Chennai, Kundapur, Udupi, Mangalore, North Karnataka or Pondicherry. You will be notified of the location of your project a month prior to your arrival. During the Orientation week, one can find out the leisure activities around your area. There are lots of things to do in south of India.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

Visa Requirements: According to the new Visa Regulations, volunteers coming to India to do voluntary service with/through a registered Indian organization need to apply for an Employment Visa ( to work with NGO / Non-Profit organization). No other visa is acceptable. In order to apply for an Employment visa, you ll need proof of employment with an organization in India, such as a contract that states the terms and conditions. FSL India will provide necessary documents for your visa application on request. For more information, please visit the following websites: http://goindia.about.com/od/visas/tp/Guide-To-Indian-Visa-Types.htm http://www.immihelp.com/nri/indiavisa/categories.html What is needed to be an LTV We welcome anybody who is interested to participate in our voluntary programs regardless of age, sex, religious belief, ethnicity or sexual orientation. Most of our programmes do not require any specific skills. But as the work is humanitarian in nature, we encourage volunteers to be: O Open Minded: It is essential to be open to new ideas, situations, morals, values and ways of doing things. Things may be different from what you are used to or your existing expectations. If you remain open minded then you will be flooded with new opportunities. Broadening the mind is at the heart of inter-cultural exchange. O Flexible: Remaining flexible to ideas, people, situations and encounters is important. While working at social projects, you will be dealing with people i and people are unpredictable. Taking a flexible approach is often the best way to deal with such situations. O Creative: Taking a creative approach to your volunteer placement and work maintains motivation and, prevents routine and boredom for yourself and the project. When you start to think creatively it is amazing what can be achieved.

01.Jan - 31.Dec 2022
KUNDAPUR, Inde

SLUM CHILDREN TEACHING DEVELOPMENT

  • Long terme 6-12 mois
  • SOCI
  • FSL LTV 03 D
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150 EUR
Frais supp : 18000 INR

Remarque

The Participation cost is 18,000 Indian Rupees for each month (approximately Euros 230 per month). Note: The Euro rate may vary based on the exchange rate.

  • Code : FSL LTV 03 D
  • Dispo : COMPLET
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 65

PARTENAIRE

FSL-India, (Field Services and Inter-cultural Learning – India) is a youth development organisation focused towards Inter-cultural Learning through Voluntary Services set up to promote Global Understanding by providing opportunities to the youth to work in different cultural contexts to appreciate Inter-cultural learning. Thereby, reducing boundaries and bringing people to work together in harmony by understanding the Inter-cultural aspects focusing towards development of people and society through youth mobility and volunteerism. Founded in the year 2000 and legally incorporated in 2001, FSL-India is a Trust under Indian Trust Act 1882. It was formed with the support of like-minded National and International Organizations with a primary purpose to bring about global transformation, progress and growth through youth exchange programs(FSL-India) works in the fields of Education, Environment, Health and Sanitation, Wildlife and Marine Conservation, Community Development, Disaster Relief and Rehabilitation. Volunteering is the heart of our work and activities. We carry out our programs across India in cooperation with the Ministry of Health, Women and Child Welfare, Ministry of Education, Forest and Wildlife Departments, Archaeological Survey of India, State and National Governments and local bodies.We have prior experience in Disaster Management and post relief work, starting from the Tsunami which took place in 2004-05 to the ongoing COVID-19 relief work. In recognition of our work carried out during the Tsunami, FSL India was selected as the NGO Coordination Cell in Nagapattinam district, Tamil Nadu.FSL-India is headquartered in Bangalore, with regional offices in Karnataka (Bangalore, Mysore and Kundapur), Tamil Nadu (Chennai), and Pondicherry and is well equipped with experienced associates who support developmental activities across the country with the help of Local and Regional Partners. Annually, FSL- India mobilizes movement of 1500 and more youths from across the globe with the support of International Partners and local NGOs.

TRAVAIL

Indian cities suffer from huge urbanization problems andslums are present and mushrooming in many cities and towns.The slum areas in the cities are clusters of houses and shacksbuilt illegally, where all basic infrastructures are absent, waterand electricity supply and other civic amenities are scarce ornon-existent, hygiene is of very poor. With high rates ofunemployment and outbreak of diseases these slums becomebreeding grounds to poverty, exploitation and negligence.LTV 03 D SLUM CHILDREN TEACHING AND DEVELOPMENT Many NGOs are working with an aim to improve the basicliving conditions of the large number of people residing inthose slums. The volunteers will have the opportunity tojoin hands with the local NGOs to support ongoingprojects such as – Awareness campaigns, Literacyprograms, Educational projects and Empowerment ofminorities.The volunteer swill mainly focus on:- Teaching slum children in small shelters or in schools.- In addition, with the support of the project staff, thevolunteer may have to visit slum areas interact withinhabitants, conduct awareness campaigns on health,water, sanitation, etc.The Info-sheet will have more information regarding theindividual projects with schedules, and activities.

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

You could be staying with local families near to the project. You could be sharing rooms with 2-3 volunteers or staying on your own. Sometimes, projects provide accommodation for the volunteers. The project will provide a room that is shared by other volunteers or with the staff of the project

SITUATION

Our projects are spread out across different regions in South India. Your project location could be in any one of the following locations – Bangalore, Mysore, Chennai, Kundapur, Udupi, Mangalore, North Karnataka or Pondicherry. You will be notified of the location of your project a month prior to your arrival. During the Orientation week, one can find out the leisure activities around your area. There are lots of things to do in south of India.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

Visa Requirements: According to the new Visa Regulations, volunteers coming to India to do voluntary service with/through a registered Indian organization need to apply for an Employment Visa ( to work with NGO / Non-Profit organization). No other visa is acceptable. In order to apply for an Employment visa, you ll need proof of employment with an organization in India, such as a contract that states the terms and conditions. FSL India will provide necessary documents for your visa application on request. For more information, please visit the following websites: http://goindia.about.com/od/visas/tp/Guide-To-Indian-Visa-Types.htm http://www.immihelp.com/nri/indiavisa/categories.html What is needed to be an LTV We welcome anybody who is interested to participate in our voluntary programs regardless of age, sex, religious belief, ethnicity or sexual orientation. Most of our programmes do not require any specific skills. But as the work is humanitarian in nature, we encourage volunteers to be: O Open Minded: It is essential to be open to new ideas, situations, morals, values and ways of doing things. Things may be different from what you are used to or your existing expectations. If you remain open minded then you will be flooded with new opportunities. Broadening the mind is at the heart of inter-cultural exchange. O Flexible: Remaining flexible to ideas, people, situations and encounters is important. While working at social projects, you will be dealing with people i and people are unpredictable. Taking a flexible approach is often the best way to deal with such situations. O Creative: Taking a creative approach to your volunteer placement and work maintains motivation and, prevents routine and boredom for yourself and the project. When you start to think creatively it is amazing what can be achieved.

01.Jan - 31.Dec 2022
KUNDAPUR, Inde

KINDERGARTEN / ANGANAWADI TEACHING

  • Long terme 6-12 mois
  • FSL LTV 01 E
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150 EUR
Frais supp : 18000 INR

Remarque

The Participation cost is 18,000 Indian Rupees for each month (approximately Euros 230 per month). Note: The Euro rate may vary based on the exchange rate.

  • Code : FSL LTV 01 E
  • Dispo : COMPLET
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 65

PARTENAIRE

FSL-India, (Field Services and Inter-cultural Learning – India) is a youth development organisation focused towards Inter-cultural Learning through Voluntary Services set up to promote Global Understanding by providing opportunities to the youth to work in different cultural contexts to appreciate Inter-cultural learning. Thereby, reducing boundaries and bringing people to work together in harmony by understanding the Inter-cultural aspects focusing towards development of people and society through youth mobility and volunteerism. Founded in the year 2000 and legally incorporated in 2001, FSL-India is a Trust under Indian Trust Act 1882. It was formed with the support of like-minded National and International Organizations with a primary purpose to bring about global transformation, progress and growth through youth exchange programs(FSL-India) works in the fields of Education, Environment, Health and Sanitation, Wildlife and Marine Conservation, Community Development, Disaster Relief and Rehabilitation. Volunteering is the heart of our work and activities. We carry out our programs across India in cooperation with the Ministry of Health, Women and Child Welfare, Ministry of Education, Forest and Wildlife Departments, Archaeological Survey of India, State and National Governments and local bodies.We have prior experience in Disaster Management and post relief work, starting from the Tsunami which took place in 2004-05 to the ongoing COVID-19 relief work. In recognition of our work carried out during the Tsunami, FSL India was selected as the NGO Coordination Cell in Nagapattinam district, Tamil Nadu.FSL-India is headquartered in Bangalore, with regional offices in Karnataka (Bangalore, Mysore and Kundapur), Tamil Nadu (Chennai), and Pondicherry and is well equipped with experienced associates who support developmental activities across the country with the help of Local and Regional Partners. Annually, FSL- India mobilizes movement of 1500 and more youths from across the globe with the support of International Partners and local NGOs.

TRAVAIL

An Anganwadi (meaning courtyard shelter in Hindi) is inmany ways a day care centre for children below 6 years of ageand were established around the country in 1975 as a part ofthe Government of India s Integrated Child DevelopmentScheme (ICDS). One of their main functions is to provide non-formal, pre-school education to children between the ages of3 to 5.Volunteers will be expected to teach children in this agegroup through various interactive and creative activities thatwill help improve the cognitive skills of the children. Thepedagogical approach to teaching should be in accordancewith standards employed in kindergartens around the world.Anganwadis were also envisioned as a part of the Indianpublic healthcare system.LTV 01 E KINDERGARTEN / ANAGANAVADI TEACHING Along with providing pre-school education, one of theirmain functions is to act as primary healthcare centers invillages and raise awareness of health and hygiene in theirlocality. Volunteers can also help these workers in providinghealth, hygiene and nutrition education to families. This willinclude teaching them about family planning, educatingparents on child growth and development, among others.The volunteers should bring in creative ideas to initiate newactivities in the school. It is important for the children to befelt loved and cared for by you, as you will be surrounded bythem every day.This type of project is perfect for you if you are someonewho has many ideas in teaching different kinds of activitiessuch as games, songs, arts and crafts or sports and athleticsto You will be teaching a variety of subjects depending onyour personal interests and skills. Volunteers should have agood level of spoken English, and previous experience inteaching children will be useful.The Info-sheet will have more information regarding theindividual projects with schedules, and activities.Note:Please note that due to school holidays, theseprojects will remain closed during the following months:March until May; in the month of October; and sometimesin December. During these months, FSL India organizesSummer Projects (in March/April/May) and Winter camps(in October). These camps are offered to our LTVs in Teaching projects which remain closed due to schoolholidays.

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

You could be staying with local families near to the project. You could be sharing rooms with 2-3 volunteers or staying on your own. Sometimes, projects provide accommodation for the volunteers. The project will provide a room that is shared by other volunteers or with the staff of the project.

SITUATION

Our projects are spread out across different regions in South India. Your project location could be in any one of the following locations – Bangalore, Mysore, Chennai, Kundapur, Udupi, Mangalore, North Karnataka or Pondicherry. You will be notified of the location of your project a month prior to your arrival. During the Orientation week, one can find out the leisure activities around your area. There are lots of things to do in south of India.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

Visa Requirements: According to the new Visa Regulations, volunteers coming to India to do voluntary service with/through a registered Indian organization need to apply for an Employment Visa ( to work with NGO / Non-Profit organization). No other visa is acceptable. In order to apply for an Employment visa, you ll need proof of employment with an organization in India, such as a contract that states the terms and conditions. FSL India will provide necessary documents for your visa application on request. For more information, please visit the following websites: http://goindia.about.com/od/visas/tp/Guide-To-Indian-Visa-Types.htm http://www.immihelp.com/nri/indiavisa/categories.html What is needed to be an LTV We welcome anybody who is interested to participate in our voluntary programs regardless of age, sex, religious belief, ethnicity or sexual orientation. Most of our programmes do not require any specific skills. But as the work is humanitarian in nature, we encourage volunteers to be: O Open Minded: It is essential to be open to new ideas, situations, morals, values and ways of doing things. Things may be different from what you are used to or your existing expectations. If you remain open minded then you will be flooded with new opportunities. Broadening the mind is at the heart of inter-cultural exchange. O Flexible: Remaining flexible to ideas, people, situations and encounters is important. While working at social projects, you will be dealing with people i and people are unpredictable. Taking a flexible approach is often the best way to deal with such situations. O Creative: Taking a creative approach to your volunteer placement and work maintains motivation and, prevents routine and boredom for yourself and the project. When you start to think creatively it is amazing what can be achieved.

01.Jan - 31.Dec 2022
KUNDAPUR, Inde

PREVENTION OF CHILD LABOUR /PROMOTION OF CHILD RIG

  • Long terme 6-12 mois
  • SOCI
  • FSL LTV 03 E
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150 EUR
Frais supp : 18000 INR

Remarque

The Participation cost is 18,000 Indian Rupees for each month (approximately Euros 230 per month). Note: The Euro rate may vary based on the exchange rate.

  • Code : FSL LTV 03 E
  • Dispo : COMPLET
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 65

PARTENAIRE

FSL-India, (Field Services and Inter-cultural Learning – India) is a youth development organisation focused towards Inter-cultural Learning through Voluntary Services set up to promote Global Understanding by providing opportunities to the youth to work in different cultural contexts to appreciate Inter-cultural learning. Thereby, reducing boundaries and bringing people to work together in harmony by understanding the Inter-cultural aspects focusing towards development of people and society through youth mobility and volunteerism. Founded in the year 2000 and legally incorporated in 2001, FSL-India is a Trust under Indian Trust Act 1882. It was formed with the support of like-minded National and International Organizations with a primary purpose to bring about global transformation, progress and growth through youth exchange programs(FSL-India) works in the fields of Education, Environment, Health and Sanitation, Wildlife and Marine Conservation, Community Development, Disaster Relief and Rehabilitation. Volunteering is the heart of our work and activities. We carry out our programs across India in cooperation with the Ministry of Health, Women and Child Welfare, Ministry of Education, Forest and Wildlife Departments, Archaeological Survey of India, State and National Governments and local bodies.We have prior experience in Disaster Management and post relief work, starting from the Tsunami which took place in 2004-05 to the ongoing COVID-19 relief work. In recognition of our work carried out during the Tsunami, FSL India was selected as the NGO Coordination Cell in Nagapattinam district, Tamil Nadu.FSL-India is headquartered in Bangalore, with regional offices in Karnataka (Bangalore, Mysore and Kundapur), Tamil Nadu (Chennai), and Pondicherry and is well equipped with experienced associates who support developmental activities across the country with the help of Local and Regional Partners. Annually, FSL- India mobilizes movement of 1500 and more youths from across the globe with the support of International Partners and local NGOs.

TRAVAIL

It severy Child sright to have a joyful childhood and grow up ina safe and nurturing environment with protection and guidancefrom their guardians. Whether in the cities or in villages, athome or in schools, every child deserves a childhood free fromexploitation and abuse. Children are the hope and future of anation. Yet, there are millions deprived children in our countrywho have never known a normal, carefree childhood.The problem of child labour is a serious social matter thatneeds to be addressed sooner. With an officially estimated 4.3million children engaged in hazardous occupations (2011Census), India has the largest number of child laborers underthe age of 14 in the world.They are employed in many industries and trades, includinggarments, footwear, brick kilns, stainless steel, hotels, andtextile shops. glass blowing, fireworks and matches,brassware, electro-plating, lead mining, stone quarrying, lockmaking and beedi rolling (indigenous cigarette in whichtobacco is rolled in a tendu leaf).There are legislations thathave been enacted to prevent child labour in India.Many NGOs across the country are working for elimination ofchild labour and promotion child rights. Prevention strategiesadopted include rescue, relief and rehabilitation interventionsdesigned by NGOs and other actors with education, health,alternative livelihoods.As a volunteer you will be associated with a communityorganization that isinvolved in:- Special health care programs for children living on the streets,- Exposing exploitative child labour practices, and Ensuringchildren join residential bridge schools and vocationaltraining programs for children above 14 years.- Conducting awareness campaigns.- Facilitating training and capacity building for the parents andcommunity workers.- Prevention/rehabilitation of child labour and Counselling.- Conducting surveys, documentations, designing appropriateIEC (Information, Education and Communication).The Info-sheet will have more information regarding theindividual projects withschedules, and activities.Note: Limited projects are available, and most require aminimum application oftwo months

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

You could be staying with local families near to the project. You could be sharing rooms with 2-3 volunteers or staying on your own. Sometimes, projects provide accommodation for the volunteers. The project will provide a room that is shared by other volunteers or with the staff of the project.

SITUATION

Our projects are spread out across different regions in South India. Your project location could be in any one of the following locations – Bangalore, Mysore, Chennai, Kundapur, Udupi, Mangalore, North Karnataka or Pondicherry. You will be notified of the location of your project a month prior to your arrival. During the Orientation week, one can find out the leisure activities around your area. There are lots of things to do in south of India

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

Visa Requirements: According to the new Visa Regulations, volunteers coming to India to do voluntary service with/through a registered Indian organization need to apply for an Employment Visa ( to work with NGO / Non-Profit organization). No other visa is acceptable. In order to apply for an Employment visa, you ll need proof of employment with an organization in India, such as a contract that states the terms and conditions. FSL India will provide necessary documents for your visa application on request. For more information, please visit the following websites: http://goindia.about.com/od/visas/tp/Guide-To-Indian-Visa-Types.htm http://www.immihelp.com/nri/indiavisa/categories.html What is needed to be an LTV We welcome anybody who is interested to participate in our voluntary programs regardless of age, sex, religious belief, ethnicity or sexual orientation. Most of our programmes do not require any specific skills. But as the work is humanitarian in nature, we encourage volunteers to be: O Open Minded: It is essential to be open to new ideas, situations, morals, values and ways of doing things. Things may be different from what you are used to or your existing expectations. If you remain open minded then you will be flooded with new opportunities. Broadening the mind is at the heart of inter-cultural exchange. O Flexible: Remaining flexible to ideas, people, situations and encounters is important. While working at social projects, you will be dealing with people i and people are unpredictable. Taking a flexible approach is often the best way to deal with such situations. O Creative: Taking a creative approach to your volunteer placement and work maintains motivation and, prevents routine and boredom for yourself and the project. When you start to think creatively it is amazing what can be achieved.

01.Jan - 31.Dec 2022
KUNDAPUR, Inde

SPEECH HEARING IMPAIRED CHILDREN TEACH

  • Long terme 6-12 mois
  • FSL LTV 01 F
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150 EUR
Frais supp : 18000 INR

Remarque

: The Participation cost is 18,000 Indian Rupees for each month (approximately Euros 230 per month). Note: The Euro rate may vary based on the exchange rate

  • Code : FSL LTV 01 F
  • Dispo : COMPLET
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 65

PARTENAIRE

FSL-India, (Field Services and Inter-cultural Learning – India) is a youth development organisation focused towards Inter-cultural Learning through Voluntary Services set up to promote Global Understanding by providing opportunities to the youth to work in different cultural contexts to appreciate Inter-cultural learning. Thereby, reducing boundaries and bringing people to work together in harmony by understanding the Inter-cultural aspects focusing towards development of people and society through youth mobility and volunteerism. Founded in the year 2000 and legally incorporated in 2001, FSL-India is a Trust under Indian Trust Act 1882. It was formed with the support of like-minded National and International Organizations with a primary purpose to bring about global transformation, progress and growth through youth exchange programs(FSL-India) works in the fields of Education, Environment, Health and Sanitation, Wildlife and Marine Conservation, Community Development, Disaster Relief and Rehabilitation. Volunteering is the heart of our work and activities. We carry out our programs across India in cooperation with the Ministry of Health, Women and Child Welfare, Ministry of Education, Forest and Wildlife Departments, Archaeological Survey of India, State and National Governments and local bodies.We have prior experience in Disaster Management and post relief work, starting from the Tsunami which took place in 2004-05 to the ongoing COVID-19 relief work. In recognition of our work carried out during the Tsunami, FSL India was selected as the NGO Coordination Cell in Nagapattinam district, Tamil Nadu.FSL-India is headquartered in Bangalore, with regional offices in Karnataka (Bangalore, Mysore and Kundapur), Tamil Nadu (Chennai), and Pondicherry and is well equipped with experienced associates who support developmental activities across the country with the help of Local and Regional Partners. Annually, FSL- India mobilizes movement of 1500 and more youths from across the globe with the support of International Partners and local NGOs.

TRAVAIL

Many NGOs and Government organizations are working tosupport people/children with hearing loss and speechproblems. The hearing loss can affect a child sdevelopment ofreceptive and expressive communication skills. The languagedeficit causes learning problems that result in reducedacademic achievement. Communication difficulties often leadto social isolation and low self-esteem. Different tools andmethodologies are used by organizations to conduct formaland informal teaching and to help such children integrate intomainstream life through inclusion.The Info-sheet will have more information regarding theindividual projects with schedules, and activities.LTV 01 F SPEECH AND HEARING IMPAIRED CHILDREN TEACHING Work schedule for volunteers working in Speech andHearing impaired children teaching project includes any ofthe following activities:- Class room teaching: Spoken and written English,Mathematics, Geography, etc.- Extra-curricular activities: Sports, Games, Drawing, etc.- Assist in Computer reporting work, Photo/videodocumentation- Impart training to children on life skills, health andpersonal hygieneA creative approach to work is useful and you will have theopportunity to initiate new mini projects or activities. It isimportant that volunteers in this project have a flexibleapproach to the work and are good at Multitasking,prepared to undertake variety of tasks. If you have manyideas of teaching different kinds of activities such asgames, songs, arts and crafts or sports and athletics tochildren, then this type of project is for you

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

You could be staying with local families near to the project. You could be sharing rooms with 2-3 volunteers or staying on your own. Sometimes, projects provide accommodation for the volunteers. The project will provide a room that is shared by other volunteers or with the staff of the project.

SITUATION

Our projects are spread out across different regions in South India. Your project location could be in any one of the following locations – Bangalore, Mysore, Chennai, Kundapur, Udupi, Mangalore, North Karnataka or Pondicherry. You will be notified of the location of your project a month prior to your arrival. During the Orientation week, one can find out the leisure activities around your area. There are lots of things to do in south of India.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

Visa Requirements: According to the new Visa Regulations, volunteers coming to India to do voluntary service with/through a registered Indian organization need to apply for an Employment Visa ( to work with NGO / Non-Profit organization). No other visa is acceptable. In order to apply for an Employment visa, you ll need proof of employment with an organization in India, such as a contract that states the terms and conditions. FSL India will provide necessary documents for your visa application on request. For more information, please visit the following websites: http://goindia.about.com/od/visas/tp/Guide-To-Indian-Visa-Types.htm http://www.immihelp.com/nri/indiavisa/categories.html What is needed to be an LTV We welcome anybody who is interested to participate in our voluntary programs regardless of age, sex, religious belief, ethnicity or sexual orientation. Most of our programmes do not require any specific skills. But as the work is humanitarian in nature, we encourage volunteers to be: O Open Minded: It is essential to be open to new ideas, situations, morals, values and ways of doing things. Things may be different from what you are used to or your existing expectations. If you remain open minded then you will be flooded with new opportunities. Broadening the mind is at the heart of inter-cultural exchange. O Flexible: Remaining flexible to ideas, people, situations and encounters is important. While working at social projects, you will be dealing with people i and people are unpredictable. Taking a flexible approach is often the best way to deal with such situations. O Creative: Taking a creative approach to your volunteer placement and work maintains motivation and, prevents routine and boredom for yourself and the project. When you start to think creatively it is amazing what can be achieved.

01.Jan - 31.Dec 2022
BATTAMBANG PROVINCE, Cambodge

DEVELOPMENT FOR CAMBODIA CHILDREN (DCC)

  • Moyen terme 3-6 mois
  • SOCI
  • SPOR
  • CYA/LTV04
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150 EUR
Frais supp : 400 USD
  • Code : CYA/LTV04
  • Dispo : 1M / 1F
  • Langue du Projet : ENG
  • Age : 18 - 30

PARTENAIRE

Development for Cambodian Children (DCC) was registered in the Ministry of Interior in 2011. We have been working with children since 2002 by providing English language skills, computer skills, grass root soccer for development and community development. There are four projects are mainly focused on: education (English, basic computer skill, and coding), sports (mostly football), environment, community development. Youth development is another project that we are trying to build up the capacity of young people in the community to be the future leaders. Its vision is to see all children live and prosper in an environment of happiness, love, and respect for others, and whose aim is to create a brighter future.

TRAVAIL

It s a new project of CYA so volunteers applying for working with DCC project as an LTV will gain great experience of working with the various group of people and exploring the local life in Cambodia while performing different tasks as follow: – Teaching English and non – formal education to students at DCC – Supporting DCC project staffs to develop and initiate new programs for its students to better their learningIf volunteer interests in sports (football) and able to help coaching our local youth will be a great help. Besides, the volunteer will work with local staff for youth capacity building project.

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

Volunteers will stay at volunteer s house in the center and Food will be provided by a local chef.

SITUATION

All CYA Long Volunteers are recommended to flight to Phnom Penh International Airport for the on arrival Training and amp; orientation. DCC is located in Battambang Province.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

1. Have a strong motivation to work in team as a team player or leader. 2. Be able to communicate in English (listening, reading, speaking and writing) 3. Believe in volunteering work changes people livesNote: The participation fee is 400 USD per month

01.Jan - 31.Dec 2022
KUNDAPUR, Inde

MEDICAL INTERNSHIP

  • Long terme 6-12 mois
  • SOCI
  • FSL LTV 04 A
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150 EUR
Frais supp : 420 EUR

Remarque

The Participation cost is 420 Euros for each month.

  • Code : FSL LTV 04 A
  • Dispo : COMPLET
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 65

PARTENAIRE

FSL-India, (Field Services and Inter-cultural Learning – India) is a youth development organisation focused towards Inter-cultural Learning through Voluntary Services set up to promote Global Understanding by providing opportunities to the youth to work in different cultural contexts to appreciate Inter-cultural learning. Thereby, reducing boundaries and bringing people to work together in harmony by understanding the Inter-cultural aspects focusing towards development of people and society through youth mobility and volunteerism. Founded in the year 2000 and legally incorporated in 2001, FSL-India is a Trust under Indian Trust Act 1882. It was formed with the support of like-minded National and International Organizations with a primary purpose to bring about global transformation, progress and growth through youth exchange programs(FSL-India) works in the fields of Education, Environment, Health and Sanitation, Wildlife and Marine Conservation, Community Development, Disaster Relief and Rehabilitation. Volunteering is the heart of our work and activities. We carry out our programs across India in cooperation with the Ministry of Health, Women and Child Welfare, Ministry of Education, Forest and Wildlife Departments, Archaeological Survey of India, State and National Governments and local bodies.We have prior experience in Disaster Management and post relief work, starting from the Tsunami which took place in 2004-05 to the ongoing COVID-19 relief work. In recognition of our work carried out during the Tsunami, FSL India was selected as the NGO Coordination Cell in Nagapattinam district, Tamil Nadu.FSL-India is headquartered in Bangalore, with regional offices in Karnataka (Bangalore, Mysore and Kundapur), Tamil Nadu (Chennai), and Pondicherry and is well equipped with experienced associates who support developmental activities across the country with the help of Local and Regional Partners. Annually, FSL- India mobilizes movement of 1500 and more youths from across the globe with the support of International Partners and local NGOs.

TRAVAIL

As a Medical intern in India you will see a healthcare system that inmany ways reflects our own but is interspersed with local influences. Ifyou have no medical experience your role will be mainly observational.Doctors will show you all they can and introduce you to many differentcases. If you come with a medical background, you will be given moreresponsibility and the potential to take on a more active role withpatients.You will be working with doctors and medical staff to support thepatient,- You will get specialized knowledge from the doctor who enjoy theopportunity to impart their specialized knowledge to enthusiasticinterns and will be happy to answer your questions.- You will be attending sessions in classes along with Medicalstudents and will beinteracting with both lectures and students- There will be much for you to see and gain experience, fromregular ward rounds, out patients clinics, and surgery to shadowingparamedics.- You will also gain knowledge through visits and interaction to differentdepartments of the hospital

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

You could be staying with local families near to the project. You could be sharing rooms with 2-3 volunteers or staying on your own. Sometimes, projects provide accommodation for the volunteers. The project will provide a room that is shared by other volunteers or with the staff of the project.

SITUATION

Our projects are spread out across different regions in South India. Your project location could be in any one of the following locations – Bangalore, Mysore, Chennai, Kundapur, Udupi, Mangalore, North Karnataka or Pondicherry. You will be notified of the location of your project a month prior to your arrival. During the Orientation week, one can find out the leisure activities around your area. There are lots of things to do in south of India.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

Visa Requirements: According to the new Visa Regulations, volunteers coming to India to do voluntary service with/through a registered Indian organization need to apply for an Employment Visa ( to work with NGO / Non-Profit organization). No other visa is acceptable. In order to apply for an Employment visa, you ll need proof of employment with an organization in India, such as a contract that states the terms and conditions. FSL India will provide necessary documents for your visa application on request. For more information, please visit the following websites: http://goindia.about.com/od/visas/tp/Guide-To-Indian-Visa-Types.htm http://www.immihelp.com/nri/indiavisa/categories.html What is needed to be an LTV We welcome anybody who is interested to participate in our voluntary programs regardless of age, sex, religious belief, ethnicity or sexual orientation. Most of our programmes do not require any specific skills. But as the work is humanitarian in nature, we encourage volunteers to be: O Open Minded: It is essential to be open to new ideas, situations, morals, values and ways of doing things. Things may be different from what you are used to or your existing expectations. If you remain open minded then you will be flooded with new opportunities. Broadening the mind is at the heart of inter-cultural exchange. O Flexible: Remaining flexible to ideas, people, situations and encounters is important. While working at social projects, you will be dealing with people i and people are unpredictable. Taking a flexible approach is often the best way to deal with such situations. O Creative: Taking a creative approach to your volunteer placement and work maintains motivation and, prevents routine and boredom for yourself and the project. When you start to think creatively it is amazing what can be achieved.

01.Jan - 31.Dec 2022
KUNDAPUR, Inde

SEA TURTLE CONSERVATION

  • Long terme 6-12 mois
  • ENVI
  • FSL LTV 02 A
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150 EUR
Frais supp : 18000 INR

Remarque

The Participation cost is 18,000 Indian Rupees for each month (approximately Euros 230 per month). Note: The Euro rate may vary based on the exchange rate.

  • Code : FSL LTV 02 A
  • Dispo : COMPLET
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 65

PARTENAIRE

FSL-India, (Field Services and Inter-cultural Learning – India) is a youth development organisation focused towards Inter-cultural Learning through Voluntary Services set up to promote Global Understanding by providing opportunities to the youth to work in different cultural contexts to appreciate Inter-cultural learning. Thereby, reducing boundaries and bringing people to work together in harmony by understanding the Inter-cultural aspects focusing towards development of people and society through youth mobility and volunteerism. Founded in the year 2000 and legally incorporated in 2001, FSL-India is a Trust under Indian Trust Act 1882. It was formed with the support of like-minded National and International Organizations with a primary purpose to bring about global transformation, progress and growth through youth exchange programs(FSL-India) works in the fields of Education, Environment, Health and Sanitation, Wildlife and Marine Conservation, Community Development, Disaster Relief and Rehabilitation. Volunteering is the heart of our work and activities. We carry out our programs across India in cooperation with the Ministry of Health, Women and Child Welfare, Ministry of Education, Forest and Wildlife Departments, Archaeological Survey of India, State and National Governments and local bodies.We have prior experience in Disaster Management and post relief work, starting from the Tsunami which took place in 2004-05 to the ongoing COVID-19 relief work. In recognition of our work carried out during the Tsunami, FSL India was selected as the NGO Coordination Cell in Nagapattinam district, Tamil Nadu.FSL-India is headquartered in Bangalore, with regional offices in Karnataka (Bangalore, Mysore and Kundapur), Tamil Nadu (Chennai), and Pondicherry and is well equipped with experienced associates who support developmental activities across the country with the help of Local and Regional Partners. Annually, FSL- India mobilizes movement of 1500 and more youths from across the globe with the support of International Partners and local NGOs.

TRAVAIL

For the past 15 years, the Sea Turtle population has been underthreat from fishing and egg predation by local population.Three species of the protected Sea Turtles are nesting onIndia sWest Coast and all of them are endangered species andincreasing threats caused by humans could drive them toextinction.With an effort to protect these endangered species, FSL-India isworking along a 60 kilometre stretch of the beach in the southand north of Kundapur, Karnataka state. The work is focused onprotection and conservation of Sea turtle, by promotingawareness about the eco-system and addressing relatedenvironmental issues.LTV 02 A SEA TURTLE CONSERVATION The work involves:- Conducting surveys, gathering and analysis of data.- Creating awareness generation amongst the localcommunity, schools children, and harbors and fishingcommunities.- You will also be required to build hatcheries andtemporary information centers, as well as design andcreate promotional material.Note: : This project is seasonal and starts in August and runsuntil February, only for six months. The work requires highdegree of motivation, interest and some knowledge in thisparticular field is useful. Please remember in the first monthand the last month the majority of the work includesdocumentation. There is no guarantee that you will see seaturtles, hatchlings or eggs while working on this project.

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

You could be staying with local families near to the project. You could be sharing rooms with 2-3 volunteers or staying on your own. Sometimes, projects provide accommodation for the volunteers. The project will provide a room that is shared by other volunteers or with the staff of the project.

SITUATION

Our projects are spread out across different regions in South India. Your project location could be in any one of the following locations – Bangalore, Mysore, Chennai, Kundapur, Udupi, Mangalore, North Karnataka or Pondicherry. You will be notified of the location of your project a month prior to your arrival. During the Orientation week, one can find out the leisure activities around your area. There are lots of things to do in south of India.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

requirements Visa Requirements: According to the new Visa Regulations, volunteers coming to India to do voluntary service with/through a registered Indian organization need to apply for an Employment Visa ( to work with NGO / Non-Profit organization). No other visa is acceptable. In order to apply for an Employment visa, you ll need proof of employment with an organization in India, such as a contract that states the terms and conditions. FSL India will provide necessary documents for your visa application on request. For more information, please visit the following websites: http://goindia.about.com/od/visas/tp/Guide-To-Indian-Visa-Types.htm http://www.immihelp.com/nri/indiavisa/categories.html What is needed to be an LTV We welcome anybody who is interested to participate in our voluntary programs regardless of age, sex, religious belief, ethnicity or sexual orientation. Most of our programmes do not require any specific skills. But as the work is humanitarian in nature, we encourage volunteers to be: O Open Minded: It is essential to be open to new ideas, situations, morals, values and ways of doing things. Things may be different from what you are used to or your existing expectations. If you remain open minded then you will be flooded with new opportunities. Broadening the mind is at the heart of inter-cultural exchange. O Flexible: Remaining flexible to ideas, people, situations and encounters is important. While working at social projects, you will be dealing with people i and people are unpredictable. Taking a flexible approach is often the best way to deal with such situations. O Creative: Taking a creative approach to your volunteer placement and work maintains motivation and, prevents routine and boredom for yourself and the project. When you start to think creatively it is amazing what can be achieved.

01.Jan - 31.Dec 2022
KUNDAPUR, Inde

SPECIAL TEACHING

  • Long terme 6-12 mois
  • FSL LTV 05 A
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150 EUR
Frais supp : 18000 INR

Remarque

The Participation cost is 18,000 Indian Rupees for each month (approximately Euros 230 per month). Note: The Euro rate may vary based on the exchange rate.

  • Code : FSL LTV 05 A
  • Dispo : COMPLET
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 65

PARTENAIRE

FSL-India, (Field Services and Inter-cultural Learning – India) is a youth development organisation focused towards Inter-cultural Learning through Voluntary Services set up to promote Global Understanding by providing opportunities to the youth to work in different cultural contexts to appreciate Inter-cultural learning. Thereby, reducing boundaries and bringing people to work together in harmony by understanding the Inter-cultural aspects focusing towards development of people and society through youth mobility and volunteerism. Founded in the year 2000 and legally incorporated in 2001, FSL-India is a Trust under Indian Trust Act 1882. It was formed with the support of like-minded National and International Organizations with a primary purpose to bring about global transformation, progress and growth through youth exchange programs(FSL-India) works in the fields of Education, Environment, Health and Sanitation, Wildlife and Marine Conservation, Community Development, Disaster Relief and Rehabilitation. Volunteering is the heart of our work and activities. We carry out our programs across India in cooperation with the Ministry of Health, Women and Child Welfare, Ministry of Education, Forest and Wildlife Departments, Archaeological Survey of India, State and National Governments and local bodies.We have prior experience in Disaster Management and post relief work, starting from the Tsunami which took place in 2004-05 to the ongoing COVID-19 relief work. In recognition of our work carried out during the Tsunami, FSL India was selected as the NGO Coordination Cell in Nagapattinam district, Tamil Nadu.FSL-India is headquartered in Bangalore, with regional offices in Karnataka (Bangalore, Mysore and Kundapur), Tamil Nadu (Chennai), and Pondicherry and is well equipped with experienced associates who support developmental activities across the country with the help of Local and Regional Partners. Annually, FSL- India mobilizes movement of 1500 and more youths from across the globe with the support of International Partners and local NGOs

TRAVAIL

At FSL India we are always looking for people with differentvocational or special skills other than what is mentioned in ourproject information section above.Forexample, If you are:- A musician,- A carpenter,- An Electrician, or you have skills in sewing or if youare qualified teacher in Math s or IT/Computing,website design or any kind of Sports Coaching etc.We welcome you to get in touch with us as we can consider specialprojects for you in which, you could use your special skills to benefitand serve an underprivileged community.

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

You could be staying with local families near to the project. You could be sharing rooms with 2-3 volunteers or staying on your own. Sometimes, projects provide accommodation for the volunteers. The project will provide a room that is shared by other volunteers or with the staff of the project.

SITUATION

Our projects are spread out across different regions in South India. Your project location could be in any one of the following locations – Bangalore, Mysore, Chennai, Kundapur, Udupi, Mangalore, North Karnataka or Pondicherry. You will be notified of the location of your project a month prior to your arrival. During the Orientation week, one can find out the leisure activities around your area. There are lots of things to do in south of India.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

Visa Requirements: According to the new Visa Regulations, volunteers coming to India to do voluntary service with/through a registered Indian organization need to apply for an Employment Visa ( to work with NGO / Non-Profit organization). No other visa is acceptable. In order to apply for an Employment visa, you ll need proof of employment with an organization in India, such as a contract that states the terms and conditions. FSL India will provide necessary documents for your visa application on request. For more information, please visit the following websites: http://goindia.about.com/od/visas/tp/Guide-To-Indian-Visa-Types.htm http://www.immihelp.com/nri/indiavisa/categories.html What is needed to be an LTV We welcome anybody who is interested to participate in our voluntary programs regardless of age, sex, religious belief, ethnicity or sexual orientation. Most of our programmes do not require any specific skills. But as the work is humanitarian in nature, we encourage volunteers to be: O Open Minded: It is essential to be open to new ideas, situations, morals, values and ways of doing things. Things may be different from what you are used to or your existing expectations. If you remain open minded then you will be flooded with new opportunities. Broadening the mind is at the heart of inter-cultural exchange. O Flexible: Remaining flexible to ideas, people, situations and encounters is important. While working at social projects, you will be dealing with people i and people are unpredictable. Taking a flexible approach is often the best way to deal with such situations. O Creative: Taking a creative approach to your volunteer placement and work maintains motivation and, prevents routine and boredom for yourself and the project. When you start to think creatively it is amazing what can be achieved.

01.Jan - 31.Dec 2022
KUNDAPUR, Inde

ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION

  • Long terme 6-12 mois
  • ENVI
  • FSL LTV 02 B
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150 EUR
Frais supp : 18000 INR

Remarque

The Participation cost is 18,000 Indian Rupees for each month (approximately Euros 230 per month). Note: The Euro rate may vary based on the exchange rate.

  • Code : FSL LTV 02 B
  • Dispo : COMPLET
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 65

PARTENAIRE

FSL-India, (Field Services and Inter-cultural Learning – India) is a youth development organisation focused towards Inter-cultural Learning through Voluntary Services set up to promote Global Understanding by providing opportunities to the youth to work in different cultural contexts to appreciate Inter-cultural learning. Thereby, reducing boundaries and bringing people to work together in harmony by understanding the Inter-cultural aspects focusing towards development of people and society through youth mobility and volunteerism. Founded in the year 2000 and legally incorporated in 2001, FSL-India is a Trust under Indian Trust Act 1882. It was formed with the support of like-minded National and International Organizations with a primary purpose to bring about global transformation, progress and growth through youth exchange programs(FSL-India) works in the fields of Education, Environment, Health and Sanitation, Wildlife and Marine Conservation, Community Development, Disaster Relief and Rehabilitation. Volunteering is the heart of our work and activities. We carry out our programs across India in cooperation with the Ministry of Health, Women and Child Welfare, Ministry of Education, Forest and Wildlife Departments, Archaeological Survey of India, State and National Governments and local bodies.We have prior experience in Disaster Management and post relief work, starting from the Tsunami which took place in 2004-05 to the ongoing COVID-19 relief work. In recognition of our work carried out during the Tsunami, FSL India was selected as the NGO Coordination Cell in Nagapattinam district, Tamil Nadu.FSL-India is headquartered in Bangalore, with regional offices in Karnataka (Bangalore, Mysore and Kundapur), Tamil Nadu (Chennai), and Pondicherry and is well equipped with experienced associates who support developmental activities across the country with the help of Local and Regional Partners. Annually, FSL- India mobilizes movement of 1500 and more youths from across the globe with the support of International Partners and local NGOs.

TRAVAIL

This project has been set up by FSL-India in collaboration withlocal NGOs with a primary aim to educate lower economic andsocial groups, the local community, youth and children aboutenvironmental issues and good practices. In this project avolunteer main task would be to develop and support throughcreative education about nature and ecology conservation. Bydoing so, you will educate the local community on theeconomic and social benefits of environmental protection andconservation of nature and natural resources.You will have to visit schools, colleges, and youth groups andorganize environmental educational workshops anddisseminate information to various stakeholders onenvironment protection.LTV 02 B ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION As a volunteer your task will be- To design and run the Eco-club sessions in the schoolswith the help of other volunteers, a field assistant andteachers.- Being creative, innovative and loving towards childrenis important to work in this project. You will also getthe chance to work with the local community in orderto organize some outdoor events for the children.- There is an ample opportunity to work with the localcommunity where our volunteers try and createmodel streets. The local community is introduced toSolid waste management, building of compost pitsand the separation of bio- degradable material. Thereis a lot of scope for interested volunteers who haveprior experience to bring in their ideas and implementthem in the project.The Info-sheet will have more information regarding theindividual projects with schedules, and activities.Note: Minimum application for Environmental Education is fortwo months

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

You could be staying with local families near to the project. You could be sharing rooms with 2-3 volunteers or staying on your own. Sometimes, projects provide accommodation for the volunteers. The project will provide a room that is shared by other volunteers or with the staff of the project.

SITUATION

Our projects are spread out across different regions in South India. Your project location could be in any one of the following locations – Bangalore, Mysore, Chennai, Kundapur, Udupi, Mangalore, North Karnataka or Pondicherry. You will be notified of the location of your project a month prior to your arrival. During the Orientation week, one can find out the leisure activities around your area. There are lots of things to do in south of India.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

Visa Requirements: According to the new Visa Regulations, volunteers coming to India to do voluntary service with/through a registered Indian organization need to apply for an Employment Visa ( to work with NGO / Non-Profit organization). No other visa is acceptable. In order to apply for an Employment visa, you ll need proof of employment with an organization in India, such as a contract that states the terms and conditions. FSL India will provide necessary documents for your visa application on request. For more information, please visit the following websites: http://goindia.about.com/od/visas/tp/Guide-To-Indian-Visa-Types.htm http://www.immihelp.com/nri/indiavisa/categories.html What is needed to be an LTV We welcome anybody who is interested to participate in our voluntary programs regardless of age, sex, religious belief, ethnicity or sexual orientation. Most of our programmes do not require any specific skills. But as the work is humanitarian in nature, we encourage volunteers to be: O Open Minded: It is essential to be open to new ideas, situations, morals, values and ways of doing things. Things may be different from what you are used to or your existing expectations. If you remain open minded then you will be flooded with new opportunities. Broadening the mind is at the heart of inter-cultural exchange. O Flexible: Remaining flexible to ideas, people, situations and encounters is important. While working at social projects, you will be dealing with people i and people are unpredictable. Taking a flexible approach is often the best way to deal with such situations. O Creative: Taking a creative approach to your volunteer placement and work maintains motivation and, prevents routine and boredom for yourself and the project. When you start to think creatively it is amazing what can be achieved.

01.Jan - 31.Dec 2022
KUNDAPUR, Inde

SPECIAL LEARNING

  • Long terme 6-12 mois
  • FSL LTV 05 B
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150 EUR
Frais supp : 18000 INR

Remarque

The Participation cost is 18,000 Indian Rupees for each month (approximately Euros 230 per month). Note: The Euro rate may vary based on the exchange rate.

  • Code : FSL LTV 05 B
  • Dispo : COMPLET
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 65

PARTENAIRE

FSL-India, (Field Services and Inter-cultural Learning – India) is a youth development organisation focused towards Inter-cultural Learning through Voluntary Services set up to promote Global Understanding by providing opportunities to the youth to work in different cultural contexts to appreciate Inter-cultural learning. Thereby, reducing boundaries and bringing people to work together in harmony by understanding the Inter-cultural aspects focusing towards development of people and society through youth mobility and volunteerism. Founded in the year 2000 and legally incorporated in 2001, FSL-India is a Trust under Indian Trust Act 1882. It was formed with the support of like-minded National and International Organizations with a primary purpose to bring about global transformation, progress and growth through youth exchange programs(FSL-India) works in the fields of Education, Environment, Health and Sanitation, Wildlife and Marine Conservation, Community Development, Disaster Relief and Rehabilitation. Volunteering is the heart of our work and activities. We carry out our programs across India in cooperation with the Ministry of Health, Women and Child Welfare, Ministry of Education, Forest and Wildlife Departments, Archaeological Survey of India, State and National Governments and local bodies.We have prior experience in Disaster Management and post relief work, starting from the Tsunami which took place in 2004-05 to the ongoing COVID-19 relief work. In recognition of our work carried out during the Tsunami, FSL India was selected as the NGO Coordination Cell in Nagapattinam district, Tamil Nadu.FSL-India is headquartered in Bangalore, with regional offices in Karnataka (Bangalore, Mysore and Kundapur), Tamil Nadu (Chennai), and Pondicherry and is well equipped with experienced associates who support developmental activities across the country with the help of Local and Regional Partners. Annually, FSL- India mobilizes movement of 1500 and more youths from across the globe with the support of International Partners and local NGOs.

TRAVAIL

As FSL-India works towards cultural understanding and immersion, wetherefore collaborate with many local institutes, schools, individualgroups who are working to keep the local folk art, music, culture,traditions alive. We also have an option for placing volunteers who areinterested in this field, to help these mini projects by involvingthemselves in these art forms to learn and to give performances tospread it to others. The different fields are:Dance,Music, Wood carving, Stone carving, Yoga, Massage, Eco Farming, PuppetryNote:a)-Special Learning Projects will be conducted for 1 to 3 hours every day.During free time volunteers are also expected to be engaged in some socialwork like teaching in the local schools or helping other volunteers in otherprojects.b)- For Special Learning projects, you have to pay an extra chargedepending on the skill you want to learn ithe extra fee is towards the feefor the skilled teacher and this will be informed to you at the time ofapplying.c)- The application for Special Learning projects must be sent at least2 months inadvance.Dance Music Wood carving Stone carvingYoga Massage Eco Farming Puppetry

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

You could be staying with local families near to the project. You could be sharing rooms with 2-3 volunteers or staying on your own. Sometimes, projects provide accommodation for the volunteers. The project will provide a room that is shared by other volunteers or with the staff of the project.

SITUATION

Our projects are spread out across different regions in South India. Your project location could be in any one of the following locations – Bangalore, Mysore, Chennai, Kundapur, Udupi, Mangalore, North Karnataka or Pondicherry. You will be notified of the location of your project a month prior to your arrival. During the Orientation week, one can find out the leisure activities around your area. There are lots of things to do in south of India.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

Visa Requirements: According to the new Visa Regulations, volunteers coming to India to do voluntary service with/through a registered Indian organization need to apply for an Employment Visa ( to work with NGO / Non-Profit organization). No other visa is acceptable. In order to apply for an Employment visa, you ll need proof of employment with an organization in India, such as a contract that states the terms and conditions. FSL India will provide necessary documents for your visa application on request. For more information, please visit the following websites: http://goindia.about.com/od/visas/tp/Guide-To-Indian-Visa-Types.htm http://www.immihelp.com/nri/indiavisa/categories.html What is needed to be an LTV We welcome anybody who is interested to participate in our voluntary programs regardless of age, sex, religious belief, ethnicity or sexual orientation. Most of our programmes do not require any specific skills. But as the work is humanitarian in nature, we encourage volunteers to be: O Open Minded: It is essential to be open to new ideas, situations, morals, values and ways of doing things. Things may be different from what you are used to or your existing expectations. If you remain open minded then you will be flooded with new opportunities. Broadening the mind is at the heart of inter-cultural exchange. O Flexible: Remaining flexible to ideas, people, situations and encounters is important. While working at social projects, you will be dealing with people i and people are unpredictable. Taking a flexible approach is often the best way to deal with such situations. O Creative: Taking a creative approach to your volunteer placement and work maintains motivation and, prevents routine and boredom for yourself and the project. When you start to think creatively it is amazing what can be achieved.

01.Jan - 31.Dec 2022
KUNDAPUR, Inde

RAINWATER HARVESTING

  • Long terme 6-12 mois
  • ENVI
  • FSL LTV 02 C
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150 EUR
Frais supp : 18000 INR

Remarque

The Participation cost is 18,000 Indian Rupees for each month (approximately Euros 230 per month). Note: The Euro rate may vary based on the exchange rate.

  • Code : FSL LTV 02 C
  • Dispo : COMPLET
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 65

PARTENAIRE

FSL-India, (Field Services and Inter-cultural Learning – India) is a youth development organisation focused towards Inter-cultural Learning through Voluntary Services set up to promote Global Understanding by providing opportunities to the youth to work in different cultural contexts to appreciate Inter-cultural learning. Thereby, reducing boundaries and bringing people to work together in harmony by understanding the Inter-cultural aspects focusing towards development of people and society through youth mobility and volunteerism. Founded in the year 2000 and legally incorporated in 2001, FSL-India is a Trust under Indian Trust Act 1882. It was formed with the support of like-minded National and International Organizations with a primary purpose to bring about global transformation, progress and growth through youth exchange programs(FSL-India) works in the fields of Education, Environment, Health and Sanitation, Wildlife and Marine Conservation, Community Development, Disaster Relief and Rehabilitation. Volunteering is the heart of our work and activities. We carry out our programs across India in cooperation with the Ministry of Health, Women and Child Welfare, Ministry of Education, Forest and Wildlife Departments, Archaeological Survey of India, State and National Governments and local bodies.We have prior experience in Disaster Management and post relief work, starting from the Tsunami which took place in 2004-05 to the ongoing COVID-19 relief work. In recognition of our work carried out during the Tsunami, FSL India was selected as the NGO Coordination Cell in Nagapattinam district, Tamil Nadu.FSL-India is headquartered in Bangalore, with regional offices in Karnataka (Bangalore, Mysore and Kundapur), Tamil Nadu (Chennai), and Pondicherry and is well equipped with experienced associates who support developmental activities across the country with the help of Local and Regional Partners. Annually, FSL- India mobilizes movement of 1500 and more youths from across the globe with the support of International Partners and local NGOs.

TRAVAIL

Water being the most valuable and at the same time one of the scarcenatural resources, there is a tremendous need for harvesting availableRain water. Rainwater is an economical, safe and sustainable source ofquality water whenit is captured and stored in a correct manner.- With the concept of catchwater where it falls ,FSL-India networkswith local organizations that are working for conservation andpromotion of water resources through multiple approaches.- Generating awareness among various sections of the localcommunities is an important dimension of FSL-India s programs.Volunteers can contributes to these initiatives through variouscreative input and participation in campaigns for promoting waterliteracy, documentation and research undertakings.- The volunteers will also work on water harvesting systems like GullyPlugs, Trenches and renovation of water storage structures in theAgriculture field.The Info-sheet will have more information regarding the individualprojects with schedules, and activities.

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

You could be staying with local families near to the project. You could be sharing rooms with 2-3 volunteers or staying on your own. Sometimes, projects provide accommodation for the volunteers. The project will provide a room that is shared by other volunteers or with the staff of the project.

SITUATION

Our projects are spread out across different regions in South India. Your project location could be in any one of the following locations – Bangalore, Mysore, Chennai, Kundapur, Udupi, Mangalore, North Karnataka or Pondicherry. You will be notified of the location of your project a month prior to your arrival. During the Orientation week, one can find out the leisure activities around your area. There are lots of things to do in south of India.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

Visa Requirements: According to the new Visa Regulations, volunteers coming to India to do voluntary service with/through a registered Indian organization need to apply for an Employment Visa ( to work with NGO / Non-Profit organization). No other visa is acceptable. In order to apply for an Employment visa, you ll need proof of employment with an organization in India, such as a contract that states the terms and conditions. FSL India will provide necessary documents for your visa application on request. For more information, please visit the following websites: http://goindia.about.com/od/visas/tp/Guide-To-Indian-Visa-Types.htm http://www.immihelp.com/nri/indiavisa/categories.html What is needed to be an LTV We welcome anybody who is interested to participate in our voluntary programs regardless of age, sex, religious belief, ethnicity or sexual orientation. Most of our programmes do not require any specific skills. But as the work is humanitarian in nature, we encourage volunteers to be: O Open Minded: It is essential to be open to new ideas, situations, morals, values and ways of doing things. Things may be different from what you are used to or your existing expectations. If you remain open minded then you will be flooded with new opportunities. Broadening the mind is at the heart of inter-cultural exchange. O Flexible: Remaining flexible to ideas, people, situations and encounters is important. While working at social projects, you will be dealing with people i and people are unpredictable. Taking a flexible approach is often the best way to deal with such situations. O Creative: Taking a creative approach to your volunteer placement and work maintains motivation and, prevents routine and boredom for yourself and the project. When you start to think creatively it is amazing what can be achieved.

01.Jan - 31.Dec 2022
KUNDAPUR, Inde

ORPHAN CHILDREN TEACHING

  • Long terme 6-12 mois
  • FSL LTV 01 B
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150 EUR
Frais supp : 18000 INR

Remarque

The Participation cost is 18,000 Indian Rupees for each month (approximately Euros 230 per month). Note: The Euroratemay vary basedon the exchangerate.

  • Code : FSL LTV 01 B
  • Dispo : COMPLET
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 65

PARTENAIRE

FSL-India, (Field Services and Inter-cultural Learning – India) is a youth development organisation focused towards Inter-cultural Learning through Voluntary Services set up to promote Global Understanding by providing opportunities to the youth to work in different cultural contexts to appreciate Inter-cultural learning. Thereby, reducing boundaries and bringing people to work together in harmony by understanding the Inter-cultural aspects focusing towards development of people and society through youth mobility and volunteerism. Founded in the year 2000 and legally incorporated in 2001, FSL-India is a Trust under Indian Trust Act 1882. It was formed with the support of like-minded National and International Organizations with a primary purpose to bring about global transformation, progress and growth through youth exchange programs. FSL-India is headquartered in Bangalore, with regional offices in Karnataka (Bangalore, Mysore and Kundapur), Tamil Nadu (Chennai), and Pondicherry and is well equipped with experienced associates who support developmental activities across the country with the help of Local and Regional Partners. Annually, FSL- India mobilizes movement of 1500 and more youths from across the globe with the support of International Partners and local NGOs.

TRAVAIL

Volunteers have the chance to work in orphanage, by supporting thestaff in the project with the daily care of orphan children. The work isvaried and requires the volunteers to be flexible in trackingmultitasking.The work cloud involve:- Rehabilitation, education and supporting the orphan children toreturn and participate within mainstream life. Daily work may alsoinclude activities like cleaning cooking, gardening, helping thechildren with their homework, playing with the children in theevening and teach games, arts, crafts and songs etc.- A creative approach to work will be useful. If you have many ideas inteaching different kinds of activities such as games, songs, arts andcrafts of sports and athletics to children, then this type of project isfor you It is important that volunteers in this project have a flexibleapproach to the work and are good at- Multitasking, prepared to undertake variety of tasks.The info-sheet will have more information regarding the individualprojects with schedule, and activities

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

You could be staying with local families near to the project. You could be sharing rooms with 2-3 volunteers or staying on your own. Sometimes, projects provide accommodation for the volunteers. The project will provide a room that is shared by other volunteers or with the staff of the project.

SITUATION

Our projects are spread out across different regions in South India. Your project location could be in any one of the following locations – Bangalore, Mysore, Chennai, Kundapur, Udupi, Mangalore, North Karnataka or Pondicherry. You will be notified of the location of your project a month prior to your arrival. During the Orientation week, one can find out the leisure activities around your area. There are lots of things to do in south of India.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

Visa Requirements: According to the new Visa Regulations, volunteers coming to India to do voluntary service with/through a registered Indian organization need to apply for an Employment Visa ( to work with NGO / Non-Profit organization). No other visa is acceptable. In order to apply for an Employment visa, you ll need proof of employment with an organization in India, such as a contract that states the terms and conditions. FSL India will provide necessary documents for your visa application on request. For more information, please visit the following websites: http://goindia.about.com/od/visas/tp/Guide-To-Indian-Visa-Types.htm http://www.immihelp.com/nri/indiavisa/categories.html What is needed to be an LTV We welcome anybody who is interested to participate in our voluntary programs regardless of age, sex, religious belief, ethnicity or sexual orientation. Most of our programmes do not require any specific skills. But as the work is humanitarian in nature, we encourage volunteers to be: O Open Minded: It is essential to be open to new ideas, situations, morals, values and ways of doing things. Things may be different from what you are used to or your existing expectations. If you remain open minded then you will be flooded with new opportunities. Broadening the mind is at the heart of inter-cultural exchange. O Flexible: Remaining flexible to ideas, people, situations and encounters is important. While working at social projects, you will be dealing with people i and people are unpredictable. Taking a flexible approach is often the best way to deal with such situations. O Creative: Taking a creative approach to your volunteer placement and work maintains motivation and, prevents routine and boredom for yourself and the project. When you start to think creatively it is amazing what can be achieved.

01.Jan - 31.Dec 2022
KUNDAPUR, Inde

MEDIA / PR / RESEARCH DOCUMENTATION

  • Long terme 6-12 mois
  • FSL LTV 05 C
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150 EUR
Frais supp : 18000 INR

Remarque

The Participation cost is 18,000 Indian Rupees for each month (approximately Euros 230 per month). Note: The Euro rate may vary based on the exchange rate.

  • Code : FSL LTV 05 C
  • Dispo : COMPLET
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 65

PARTENAIRE

FSL-India, (Field Services and Inter-cultural Learning – India) is a youth development organisation focused towards Inter-cultural Learning through Voluntary Services set up to promote Global Understanding by providing opportunities to the youth to work in different cultural contexts to appreciate Inter-cultural learning. Thereby, reducing boundaries and bringing people to work together in harmony by understanding the Inter-cultural aspects focusing towards development of people and society through youth mobility and volunteerism. Founded in the year 2000 and legally incorporated in 2001, FSL-India is a Trust under Indian Trust Act 1882. It was formed with the support of like-minded National and International Organizations with a primary purpose to bring about global transformation, progress and growth through youth exchange programs(FSL-India) works in the fields of Education, Environment, Health and Sanitation, Wildlife and Marine Conservation, Community Development, Disaster Relief and Rehabilitation. Volunteering is the heart of our work and activities. We carry out our programs across India in cooperation with the Ministry of Health, Women and Child Welfare, Ministry of Education, Forest and Wildlife Departments, Archaeological Survey of India, State and National Governments and local bodies.We have prior experience in Disaster Management and post relief work, starting from the Tsunami which took place in 2004-05 to the ongoing COVID-19 relief work. In recognition of our work carried out during the Tsunami, FSL India was selected as the NGO Coordination Cell in Nagapattinam district, Tamil Nadu.FSL-India is headquartered in Bangalore, with regional offices in Karnataka (Bangalore, Mysore and Kundapur), Tamil Nadu (Chennai), and Pondicherry and is well equipped with experienced associates who support developmental activities across the country with the help of Local and Regional Partners. Annually, FSL- India mobilizes movement of 1500 and more youths from across the globe with the support of International Partners and local NGOs.

TRAVAIL

Many NGOs and nonprofits in India are often understaffed andoverstretched in terms of human resources. The grassrootsorganizations in particular, often lack the funds to dedicate personnelfor knowledge management. Although well versed in the vernacularof the region and experts in their own field of work, staffs in manyNGOs and nonprofits finds it quite challenging to document theiractivities in English. Yet this knowledge management process is anintegral function of any organization.Volunteers interested in this field of work will be involved in:- Designing and creating content for the organization soffline andonline communication platforms. This may include annualreports, brochures, blog articles, website content, social mediaplatforms, press releases among others.- Research, either through primary or secondary datacollection, on impact of program implementation, feasibility ofprogram action plans etc., as per the needs of theorganization.- Documentation: this may include report writing, putting inplace documentation procedures, recording organizationalprogram activities, among others.LTV 05 C MEDIA / PR / RESEARCH AND DOCUMENTATION

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

You could be staying with local families near to the project. You could be sharing rooms with 2-3 volunteers or staying on your own. Sometimes, projects provide accommodation for the volunteers. The project will provide a room that is shared by other volunteers or with the staff of the project.

SITUATION

Our projects are spread out across different regions in South India. Your project location could be in any one of the following locations – Bangalore, Mysore, Chennai, Kundapur, Udupi, Mangalore, North Karnataka or Pondicherry. You will be notified of the location of your project a month prior to your arrival. During the Orientation week, one can find out the leisure activities around your area. There are lots of things to do in south of India.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

Visa Requirements: According to the new Visa Regulations, volunteers coming to India to do voluntary service with/through a registered Indian organization need to apply for an Employment Visa ( to work with NGO / Non-Profit organization). No other visa is acceptable. In order to apply for an Employment visa, you ll need proof of employment with an organization in India, such as a contract that states the terms and conditions. FSL India will provide necessary documents for your visa application on request. For more information, please visit the following websites: http://goindia.about.com/od/visas/tp/Guide-To-Indian-Visa-Types.htm http://www.immihelp.com/nri/indiavisa/categories.html What is needed to be an LTV We welcome anybody who is interested to participate in our voluntary programs regardless of age, sex, religious belief, ethnicity or sexual orientation. Most of our programmes do not require any specific skills. But as the work is humanitarian in nature, we encourage volunteers to be: O Open Minded: It is essential to be open to new ideas, situations, morals, values and ways of doing things. Things may be different from what you are used to or your existing expectations. If you remain open minded then you will be flooded with new opportunities. Broadening the mind is at the heart of inter-cultural exchange. O Flexible: Remaining flexible to ideas, people, situations and encounters is important. While working at social projects, you will be dealing with people i and people are unpredictable. Taking a flexible approach is often the best way to deal with such situations. O Creative: Taking a creative approach to your volunteer placement and work maintains motivation and, prevents routine and boredom for yourself and the project. When you start to think creatively it is amazing what can be achieved.

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