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Projet Permanent
SAMARA, Russie

ICYE STEPS / SCHOOL PROJECT OTKRYTIE 2020

  • permanent
  • KIDS
  • RUS-25/2020
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 200 EUR
Frais supp : 400 EUR

Remarque

EXTRA FEE : 400 euros for the 1st month, then 100 euros for each additional week. Placement is individual. Project open all year.

  • Code : RUS-25/2020
  • Dispo : 1M / 2F
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 30

PARTENAIRE

ICYE RUSSIA

TRAVAIL

Brief description and main aims : School project Otkrytie (Russian for Discovery ) is an educational project within a State School 92. The school itself is an ordinary primary and secondary educational institution in the city of Samara, Russia, but there is a focus on diversity and studying languages. During the school year, we often invite international students to join our classes, we organize events to learn about other cultures and customs around the globe. The aim of the project is to prepare children to live in a multinational world, have cultural awareness and improve English skills. Moreover, some children from the school mentor and partner an organization for deaf children. — Main Activities : The volunteer will help organize class, educational activities, school events and extra curricular activities for children from the age of 7 to 16. Additional work may include working with deaf children. — The volunteer s tasks include:Assist teachers and work with children, which may include helping in classroom activities, playing games, toy-making, crafting, painting, music, modelling, theatre etc; Organizing and assisting in language classes and workshopsMaking mid-term educational and recreational plansAssistance in organizing activities for deaf or hard-of-hearing peopleAssistance in organizing holidays, camps, retreats and festivalsAssistance to the staff in everyday work.Typical Daily Schedule:MondayiFriday: 5-hour working day; SaturdayiSunday: days off.8.00 i 8.30 i preparing for the day;9.00 i 12.30 i leading classes, sport lessons;12.30 i 13.30 – lunch;13.30 i 14.30 i going for a walk with kids;14.30 i 16.00 i planning further days/ events, having extra classes activities, playing or helping with homeworkThe schedule may be flexible (20-35 hours a week).

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

The volunteer will either live in a host family, or in a rented apartment shared with other international volunteers.

SITUATION

LocationThe project is located in the Center of Samara, a Russian city of 1 million people, 1.5 hours flight from Moscow. Stands on the river Volga, safe city, developed infrastructure, public internet, base point for travelling in European or Asian part of Russia. Continental climate with snowy winter and hot and sunny summer.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

EXTRA FEE : 400 euros for the 1st month, then 100 euros for each additional week. Placement is individual. Project open all year. — Volunteer requirements / SkillsDesired volunteer s skills are:Age 18-30.Motivation and willingness to work with childrenPrevious experience of working with children (obligatory)Previous experience of working with people with disabilities (welcomed)Strong communication skills, flexibility and responsibilityCreativity and experience with crafting (drawing, toy-making, knitting, modelling, etc.)Cultural experience and open-mindednessMusical skillsFluent English (obligatory)Basic knowledge of Russian (an advantage but not obligatory). Minimum: 8 weeks

Projet Permanent
COCHABAMBA, Bolivie

ICYE-STEPS/FUNDACION GAIA PACHA 2020

  • permanent
  • ENVI
  • BOL-88/2020
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 200 EUR
Frais supp : 400 EUR

Remarque

ICYE STEPS are not group projects. Placement is individual or with another volunteer. Those are permanents projects, open all year, free arrival date. Minimum 12 weeks - Maximum 16 weeks.

  • Code : BOL-88/2020
  • Dispo : 1M / 2F
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ESP
  • Age : 18 - 99

PARTENAIRE

ICYE BOLIVIA

TRAVAIL

In 2006, a group of young Bolivian environmental professionals decided to create an institution that would respond to the big environmental challenges in the country. The greek term Gaia evokes the Lovelock s theory that indicates that Earth is alive. In the same complementary way, the term Pacha that comes from native languages such as Quechua and Aymara, is part of the more complete term Pachamama. Pachamama means Mother Earth . In consequence, Gaia Pacha is a combination of modern theory and a legacy of ancient wisdom that expresses pretty much the same. That our Mother Earth is alive explained by two different cosmo-visions that complement perfectly each other. GaiaPacha focuses on environmental awareness, protection and sustainability of communities at risk that their resources further reduce the dangerous effects of environmental degradation. — work : Main Activities : Gaia Pacha s efforts are addressed to four dimensions that we believe, combined, can ensure sustainability in different levels. These working areas are: Research and Technology, Training and Education, Environmental Policy, Conservation and Ecosystems Restoration. Volunteer tasks : Educational Project at the Manuela Gandarillas Center for the Blind. Gaia Pacha is involved in organizing workshops and ludic activities for partially-sighted young people who attend a daycare center. The activities are focused on informing the children about the environment and they have recently designed a sensory garden for the children. Workshops at the Natural History Museum:Gaia Pacha has set up an agreement with this museum to provide educational workshops focusing on the environment and natural sciences. Environmental education program for children at Aldeas Infantiles SOS-Cochabamba: a program to implement an environmental education program for groups of visiting children that is both accessible and enjoyable. Volunteer activities associated with all of these programs include designing and implementing educational materials, planning projects to raise environmental awareness among young people.

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

Accomodation in a Host family or community. Food will be provided.

SITUATION

GaiaPacha focuses on environmental awareness, protection and sustainability of communities at risk that their resources further reduce the dangerous effects of environmental degradation. Cochabamba, Bolivia.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

Participation fee for 4 weeks : 400euro and 75euro for each additionnal week. The volunteer should: Be at least 18 years old, Be responsible, enthusiastic, commited to Bolivia s sustainable development, and eager to learn and share, Have an intermediate Spanish level, Be able to work for a minimum period of three months, Demonstrate cultural sensitivity and work well in a team.

Projet Permanent
SAN FRANCISCO DE YOJOA, Honduras

ICYE STEPS/FUNDACION AHLE 2019

  • permanent
  • SOCI
  • KIDS
  • HON-56/2019
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 200 EUR
Frais supp : 370 EUR

Remarque

Minimum stay is 4 weeks, maxi 16 weeks. Fee of 370 euro is for 4 weeks; each additional week is 65euro. Project open all year, arrival date is free.

  • Code : HON-56/2019
  • Dispo : 3M / 2F
  • Langue du Projet : ESP / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 99

PARTENAIRE

ICYE HONDURAS..BRIEF DESRIPTION AND MAIN AIMS : Fundacion AHLE i Accion Humana de la Luz Eterna is a non-profit and non-governmental centre, founded in 2003, that offers housing, feeding and schooling to at-risk male children and youth, aged 6-18, that come from challenging socioeconomic backgrounds and/or are orphans. The main donors of the centre are from the USA (particularly from Fort Lauderdale, Florida) and Germany (particularly from Hamburg). The centre has a scholarship programme that supports approximately 40-45 at-risk female children and youth that do not live within the premises, but allows them to attend school, use the computer lab and take additional classes within the centre. AHLE s main aims are: offer to at-risk children and youth a safe and decent home with a healthy lifestyle and environment; prevent violence and drug-related issues through education of at-risk children and youth; re-establish family and social bonds allowing at-risk children and youth to re-integrate into society with moral values, knowledge and skills provided by training and education.

TRAVAIL

VOLUNTEER TASKS : One of the main tasks of the volunteer is to teach English, music and/or computer lessons/classes to the children and youth, with the assistance of qualified staff members who are educators. The type of lessons/classes will depend on the volunteer s knowledge, skills and interests. Help the staff members to take care of the children and youth, including assisting the children and youth with their homework, recreational activities, artistic activities and organising cleaning and maintenance chores. With a good level of Spanish, the volunteer can assist the staff members with administrative and organisational tasks, such as making schedules, rota systems, documentation, report writing, etc. If it is of her/his interest, the volunteer can get involved in food preparation, up-keeping and maintain the facilities and equipment. The volunteer can get involved in the hen house and garden, which usually the activities are carried out during the weekend together with the children and youth. The volunteer may contribute to other activities and propose new ones.

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

Living with a Host Family or within the Project.

SITUATION

San Francisco de Yojoa, Cortes.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

VOLUNTEER REQUIREMENTS/SKILLS:18 years old.Female or male. Fluency in Spanish is preferred but a fair level of Spanish is acceptable. A good-fluent knowledge of English is desirable. As a social worker or teacher is very much appreciated but not essential. Motivation to take care of at-risk children and youth; have a high level of social sensibility; willingness to adapt to local conditions; good social skills; artistic, athletic, English and computer skills are appreciated.Minimum stay is 4 weeks, maxi 16 weeks. Fee of 370 euro is for 4 weeks; each additional week is 65euro. Project open all year, arrival date is free.

Projet Permanent
CAJAMARCA, Pérou

ECO BUILD EXPERIENCE 2020

  • permanent
  • RENO
  • CONS
  • G/PER/EBE-2020
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150 EUR
Frais supp : 210 EUR

Remarque

Open all year, starting on Mondays (see calendar below), participation fee 210euro for one week. Program runs Mon-Fri (free weekends).

  • Code : G/PER/EBE-2020
  • Dispo : 2M / 3F
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 99

PARTENAIRE

THE GREEN LION

TRAVAIL

Quick Overview: Help improve living standards for local families by providing eco friendly maintenance, renovation or construction, of their mud homes and community facilities.Even if you have never built anything before, you can learn, as you participate in our program which will use eco friendly Tapial or Rammed Earth construction methods. This green building project is good for the environment and good for the people who will get to use it. You ll immerse yourself in Peruvian culture in a very unique way — Program Description: Life for women and children in Peru is harsh and oftentimes they can barely afford daily expenses, so it is common for them to accept basic and or unhealthy living conditions such as open cooking fires, cold water showers or non, rubbish and living quarters left in bad condition for long periods of time. This is also reflected into the communal areas such as schools, churches, clinics and common facilities. Even though 60 of the houses are built in the traditional low cost adobe or tapial methods, maintenance budgets for these structures is rarely considered as a priority.This is where we saw a way to helpBy providing materials and helping them to repair, renovate or build their traditional Tapial mud homes or communal facilities, and using the donated labour from our participants, we are able to assist the community to achieve this aim.With renovated Tapial homes and training they ll be able to offer accommodation to rural tourists, allowing them to generate an income. At the same time, we provide an opportunity for you to engage with the community and learn more about them firsthand, as you complete these construction tasks. It is a mutually beneficial exchangeIn addition, our program aims to revive tradition of the mud homes and to spread awareness of its benefits. Besides it s unique look and feel, mud houses preserve warmth and cooling much better than much of its modern counterpart (concrete buildings) and it is actually a much better fit for the Peruvian weather.Adobe structures are generally self-made through simple construction practices that do not require as much work. Skilled technicians (e.g. engineers and architects) are not required, hence it is described as non-engineered construction . Your efforts will improve family homes, community halls and will help to create the first English as Second Language School for the community children. MAY TO OCTOBER : Participants may be engaged in segments or the mud house construction process in its entirety, depending upon the length of program service.Under the supervision of the maestro de obra and local workers you will be hands on helping in activities such as:Tracing the building lines in the property, Helping setting up the foundations, Digging on soil to mark fundations, Setting up of the first wooden clamps/mold frames, Mud filling and compacting of soil/mud into clamps/mold frames,Uncovering/unm

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

About the Accommodation: You will be staying in our accommodation center in Puyllucana, Rural Cajamarca countryside. The house is made with traditional materials such as adobe and stone, it also has a large garden. Wi-Fi will be available only in common areas. We recommend also using 3G data if staying connected is important to you.All participants are expected to be environmentally aware and to use all resources with restraint, especially water, paper and electricity. Although rooms will be cleaned daily by staff, you will be expected to clean up after yourself, and to play your part to keep accommodation neat and organized. Food Arrangements: The food will be typically Peruvian meaning lots of corn, beans, rice, chili peppers, potatoes, wheat, and other grains, all very vegetarian friendly. Keep in mind that some local dishes may be spicy

SITUATION

you will be staying in the district of Puyllucana which is a small village found in the east-northern part of Cajamarca.It is a beautiful location with great weather and friendly locals.Located only a short distance away from Cajamarca city (Capital and largest city of Peru s Cajamarca Region, enriched in culture and history), this quiet location provides a relaxing atmosphere after a day out. The accommodation has a beautiful view of the Andes Mountain Range and is close to the Amazon Rainforest, it will bring you back to South American nature

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

STARTING DATES IN 2020 : Jan 6th, Jan 20th, Feb 3rd, Feb 17th, Mar 2nd, Mar 16th, Apr 6th, Apr 20th, May 4th, May 18th, Jun 1st, Jun 15th, Jul 6th, Jul 13th, Jul 20th, Jul 27th, Aug 3rd, Aug 17th, Sep 7th, Sep 21st, Oct 5th, Oct 19th, Nov 2nd, Nov 16th, Dec 7th, Dec 21st, NB : all participants must provide a blank criminal clearance form. Additional Requirements: You must be aware of the altitude (2750 MASL) and effects it may have on the condition of your health. — Additional Equipment: Strong shoes for hiking, Appropriate clothing for hiking, swimming and cold weather. Additional EquipmentRubber boots or waterproof shoes (if rainy season), Leather gloves (if rainy season).

Projet Permanent
ESPARZA, Costa Rica

FARMING PLACEMENT 2019

  • permanent
  • AGRI
  • G/CRC/FP-2019
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150 EUR
Frais supp : 315 EUR

Remarque

Open all year, starting on each Monday, participation fee 315 euro per week.

  • Code : G/CRC/FP-2019
  • Dispo : 2M / 3F
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ESP
  • Age : 18 - 99

PARTENAIRE

The Green Lion

TRAVAIL

With the farming placement, depending on the farm, you may have the opportunity of staying on the farm rather than with other participants in town, although you will not be far away. This placement will vary depending on the season. You will be based with one farm, but may spend time at others to experience different aspects of rural life, such as cheese or honey production. Many farms have a wide variety of livestock and crops, and several projects on the go at any time, so be willing to get your hands dirty If there are opportunities to take part in rural development or agronomy projects during your stay, we will make sure that you are involved.

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

About the Accommodation Your new home will be one of two newly built eco houses in our centre in Esparza: Jaguar House and Toucan House. The two houses sleep up to 22 people. Most rooms have bunk beds and are shared on a single gender. One room in each house has a bunk bed with a double bed below, single above, suitable for couples or small families, if needed. (Private rooms can be obtained at additional cost; this must be arranged before arriving for your program). All doors are lockable and we advise you, for added security, to make use of this when you leave your room. There is also a large dining hall/games room/communal area shared by both houses, with free WiFi, TV and table tennis, and a large garden of tropical plants, including coconut palm, papaya, banana, and citrus Food Arrangements Three meals a day on weekdays (two on weekends) are included during your stay. The meals will mainly be a mix of traditional and modern Costa Rican food, so you may experience the Costa Rican take on foods you will be familiar with. Most meals will include either fish, chicken, pork or beef, but vegetarians can be catered for.

SITUATION

Esparza is a medium-sized agricultural town nestled amongst the mountains above Rio Barranca, in the Central Pacific Coast area of Costa Rica. The area was first settled by the Chorotega and Huetar peoples. The Chorotega people fled from Mexico 1,500 years ago and brought their traditions with them. This is a possible reason why there are Mexican words which jump several countries and turn up again in Costa Rica. The Spanish town was founded in 1577, making it the second oldest in the country. It has a rich history which includes legends of hidden pirate gold. Esparza is the second largest canton in the province of Puntarenas, covering an area of 216.80 km, and with a population of approximately 35,000. The pace of life is relaxed. It is not unusual to see horses being ridden in the street. The town itself is off the tourist trail. However, the nearest beach for surf and relaxation is only 20 mins (14kms) away. Within a distance of 25 kilometers, you can also find canopy tours as well as the world-famous attractions of Puntarenas, including a marine park and a newly renovated marina. Likewise, the nearest national park, Carara, is only an hour s drive away.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

Additional Equipment Sturdy boots Long trousers Sun hat Work gloves

Projet Permanent
KATHMANDU, Népal

RESEARCH INITIATIVE

  • permanent
  • VINL/MTV05-D/2019
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150 EUR
Frais supp : 555 EUR

Remarque

Fee for four weeks is 555 Euro, then 75 Euro for each extra week. For Everest Region Placement, there will be 60 EUR to cover transportation.

  • Code : VINL/MTV05-D/2019
  • Dispo : 14M / 15F
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 80

PARTENAIRE

aVolunteers Initiative Nepal (VIN) VIN is one of the few Nepali run organizations currently operating in Nepal whose mission serves to directly empower marginalized people and promote a greater sense of voluteering. Our projects operate year round and international volunteers can feel satisfied by contributing to an organization that is working to improve the quality of life of the Nepali people with an emphasis on improving education for marginalized groups such as women and children.

TRAVAIL

VIN remains committed to working for the empow- erment of marginalized communities, with a particu- lar focus on women and children through enhanced educational and training projects. As a volunteer or intern you will be called to conduct research into the effectiveness of VIN s past and ongoing projects and come up with concrete conclusions and recommen- dations which contribute to their overall improve- ment. Daily activities – Identify an issue to be researched in Nepal. – Determine specific research questions. – Prepare research tools. – Collect data, analyze and issue report.

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

Accommodation VIN arranges accommodation for your induction period and your placement period, this means two to three nights at a hotel in Thamel, Kathmandu and then your host family or monastery/nunnery. The costs are covered by your project fee. In placement accommodation, your sleeping arrangements may be private or shared and in most cases you will be required to share a bathroom and toilet facilities with your host family or the monks/nuns. It is important for you to realize that bath- room and toilet facilities and standards of hygiene will be in accordance with local standards. These facilities and standards may sometimes be very basic and may not be up to in western standards. You must be prepared to cope with this. Food VIN provides food during the placement from the project fee. You will receive at least two meals a day throughout the placement, which will be of Nepali standards and usually Daal Bhat (lentil soup and rice), vegetable curry, pickle etc. If you wish to supplement your diet with other food the responsibility and cost lies with you. We will only cover food and accommodation for the period agreed for your placement and only at your placement. In most cases you will be staying with a host family after the project induction and will share the same food with them. Should you have any specific dietary needs,please let us know before your arrival in Nepal. Should you wish to visit the city on the weekends then you must cover your own food and accommodation co

SITUATION

Jitpur community of Kathmandu District, which is only about 11 km away from main ring road to Balaju, Kathmandu. Okhaldhunga, a beautiful and hilly district, is located in Everest Region of Nepal. It has limited developmental activities and facilities. From Kathmandu, the shortest bus route is about 250 km which is rough and takes one day to reach there. Leisure Activities: Either before or after your workcamp, there exists the option to undertake a short VIN-organized tour to one of Nepal s nearby attractions.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

Application for Placement Booking Volunteers must apply to our partner organizations in their own country. – Attach your updated resume / curriculum vitae (CV) with two referee contact details (referees can be for your work/university/family); – Await confirmation from VIN for acceptance; – If you wish to work for more than one placement, then you are required to pay euro70 ex- tra to cover our added logistical work. – VIN Volunteer / Internship project induction starts on the 1st and 15th of each month. The induction period is considered part of your project period. If you wish to come in between for a short period, you will receive a basic orientation before the placement. Please arrive one day prior (e.g. on the 14th if you are starting on the 15th) to the project induction date. Registration All the registration formalities will be completed in the first three days during the induction period. This will consist of understanding and signing a contract and paying the project fee. Please note that the entire project fee will be collected during the induction days. You will have to produce a photocopy of your passport and of your visa as well as a pass- port photo. VIN will issue a volunteer identity card for you.

Projet Permanent
KURIA, Kenya

ST. THERESA MABERA PRIMARY SCHOOL

  • permanent
  • KVDA/MLTV/2020/32
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150 EUR
Frais supp : 300 EUR

Remarque

The project participation fee is Euro 200 per month (for more than 1 month stay). Fee is Euro 300 for volunteers staying one month only.

  • Code : KVDA/MLTV/2020/32
  • Dispo : 1M / 2F
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 99

PARTENAIRE

OVERVIEW ON HOSTING ORGANIZATION : -Kenya Voluntary Development Association (KVDA) is an indigenous, non-political and membership organization which is non-sectarian and non-profit making started in 1962 as a work camp organization registered under the Societies Act. In 1993, KVDA was registered as a Non-Governmental organization by the establishment of the NGOs Coordination Act.-KVDA has since inception hosted over 50, 000 international volunteers to its community service development projects that have left indelible mark to efforts to enhance sustainable development.

TRAVAIL

Project background-St. Theresa Mabera Primary School was registered on 3rd September 2018.-The School is situated in Mabera Township along the Migori to Isebania Road, Taraga location, Mabera Sub County of Migori County in South West Kenya.-The School is mixed day school for boys and girls located predominantly among the Kuria community that is among marginalized ethnic communities in Kenya.-The school has a population of 187 pupils; 96 boys and 91 girls.-The School has 8 teachers and 4 non-teaching staff members. — Volunteer tasks-Teaching-Playing with children-Sand harvesting-Sensitization on the effects of female Genital Mutilation (FGM) to the children, parents and the entire community-Empowering the vulnerable in society with focus on children-Promotion of safe male circumcision -Home visits to the orphans and the vulnerable in society-Inter-cultural education to foster global cooperation-Submit Project Report to KVDA

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

ACCOMMODATION AND MEALS-Home stay and the volunteer is entitled to private room but will share other amenities and meals with the host family. -It is convenient for the volunteer to carry sleeping bag, mat and personal effects.- KVDA has a memorandum of understanding with the host project regarding the project costs with appropriate procedures, checks and balances.

SITUATION

KURIA EAST, MIGORI COUNTY.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

PROJECT START DATES : -It is recommended that volunteers applying to join this project should be aware that school terms in Kenya start at the beginning of the following months January and May 2020-Schools in Kenya have three holiday seasons; April, August, November and December annually-This means the volunteers wishing to participate in this project should arrive in Kenya at the start of January, towards the end of April 2020-It is important to note that due to the stringent regulations by the Ministry of Education, we do not accept volunteers to join the project during the 3rd term that begins in September 2020 as the term is fully dedicated to national examinations and the Government has imposed restrictions that would not allow the participation of volunteers on the school program.- – Financial contribution-The project participation fee is Euro 200 per month paid upfront on arrival to the cover costs stipulated for the entire duration of the project.-Monthly payment of participation fees is not allowed for conventional purposes.-Volunteers accepted on MLTV project for one month will pay Euros 300 for the one month placement.What is included in the participation fee?-Return transfers from the airport-Full board at the project (Accommodation and meals provided at the project)-Orientation, evaluation and monitoring-Volunteer mentorshipWhat is not included in the participation fee?-Travel to and from the project. The volunteer will be required to pay for the bus tickets-Refreshments outside the project-Air ticket-Excursion-Visa and Insurance -Local travel-Personal effects

Projet Permanent
COCHABAMBA, Bolivie

ICYE-STEPS/EDUCAR ES FIESTA 2020

  • permanent
  • KIDS
  • BOL-52/2020
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 200 EUR
Frais supp : 400 EUR

Remarque

ICYE STEPS are not group projects. Placement is individual or with another volunteer. Those are permanents projects, open all year, free arrival date. Minimum 4 weeks - Maximum 16 weeks. Participation fee for 4 weeks : 400euro and 75euro for each additionnal week.

  • Code : BOL-52/2020
  • Dispo : 1M / 2F
  • Langue du Projet : ESP / ESP
  • Age : 18 - 99

PARTENAIRE

The Creative Arts Center Educar es Fiesta is an educational and artistic non-profit organization, which supports educational processes and the development of the artistic potential of children and adolescents living in suburban areas of the city of Cochabamba, including arts training school, a culture house stock and a circus-theatre. We propose an education based on art to promote social and personal transformation, causing an individual, group and social change thorough a continuous supportive, creative, purposeful, honest, friendly, cheerful, dignifying human development. We contribute to the development of intercultural and purposeful quality education in community spaces and schools, to strengthen the exercise of full rights and responsibilities of children and adolescents, all mediated through art and innovative educational strategies with public and political advocacy.

TRAVAIL

The main activities of Educar es Fiesta are focused on the areas of circus, theatre, music and dance, helping young people between 5 and 18 years and involving families, schools, major actors in the community and state public institutions. This activities are developed on 3 main areas: Community Culture Houses: The houses are spaces of fraternal, friendly coexistence and aimed for children, adolescents and young people to live a dignifying life without violence, developing their artistic and creative potential. Friendly Schools, Schools without fears: Work is done both with students though the presentation of plays in schools and with teachers and educators through the design, exploration and implementation of concrete changes in human relationships in schools. Integrated Arts Centre TAPEQUE: counts with a Circus School for children and teens. Murga as musical expression that fuses dance, drums and voice messages expressing and feeling rebellious teenagers and young against a violent and exclusionary system. Cultural management area to the promotion and dissemination of own shows. Dreams and Arts on Wheels: they participate in caravans, marches, campaigns, fairs, walks with the purpose of generating social participation through itinerant art and to raise awareness about the subject and problems of children.

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

Accomodation in a Host family or community. Food will be provided.

SITUATION

Cochabamba, Bolivia.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

Participation fee for 4 weeks : 400euro and 75euro for each additionnal week. Training in social science, education, communication, social work, psychology, social marketing or related branches. Ability to work as a team with wide open debates and conversations. Compliance and accountability in the development of the planned activities. Engagement and commitment. Positive attitude and good relations with the people and the work team. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: An intermediate/advanced Spanish Some Artistic vocation A work-related knowledge with children/teenagers Commitments of at least 3 months.

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