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25.Oct - 10.Nov 2017
Pescosolido fr , Italie

ITALY FARM STAY

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • ENVI
  • MANU
  • IG.MANU.09
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150.00 EUR

Remarque

PEOPLE WHO DO NOT LOVE TO WALK THEY WILL FEEL ISOLATED AND THEY WILL NOT ENJOY THE EXPERIENCE. NO MORE from DK, MEX. ONLY MALE vols

  • Code : IG.MANU.09
  • Dispo : 1M (Total Part 4)
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ITA
  • Age : 18 - 65

PARTENAIRE

Stay is a family run farm located in the small village of Pescosolido, at the foot of the Abruzzi National Park. The area around the farm is one of the most beautiful places in Italy; mountains, waterfalls, hiking trails, lakes, wildlife, and many interesting ruins, churches, and castles are easily accessible and the area is not filled with tourists like other parts of Italy. The farm is close to the town of Sora (about 35,000 inhabitants) where you can eat at local restaurants, stroll along the lively main street, visit the numerous shops, cafés, and pubs, use the internet, or go to the open air market on Thursday mornings. The farm itself is a large property where guests can roam around, eat fresh fruit, spend time with the animals, relax in the shade of an olive tree, or hike around the trails in our beautiful forest.

TRAVAIL

Volunteers work 4 hours and a half in the morning. In the afternoon they will be free. Help in the morning consist of work in vegetable gardening, general maintenance around the organic farm, pruning, harvesting vegetables, weeding and cleaning. In general terms volunteers will be involved in the everyday work of a traditional Italian farm. The work depends also on weather conditions and it can be determined day by day accordingly. We are looking for volunteers who are highly motivated, independent and with a good work ethics. The work can be quite hard but rewarding.Be aware that a good part of the work tend to be physically demanding. For this reason this camp is suitable only to people who are physically fit and already have an active life such as practicing sport etc.

LOGEMENT &NOURRITURE

Accommodation will be in dorms in the farm. There is one dorm for males and one for females. Bathroom with hot water shower is available. Volunteers will eat with the family and staff of the farm. Volunteers will also help cooking organizing themselves in chores. This will be a unique occasion to learn how to cook amazing Italian traditional food!

SITUATION

The farm is located on the edge of the National Park of Abruzzo between Rome and Naples. One of the most wild and stunning natural park of Italy where volunteers can do trekking, walks etc. Rome is also reachable and can be visited during the free day. Please note that volunteers will have only one free day every five days of work. Yet all afternoons will be free for them to relax and explore the surroundings. The farm is well-connected with both Rome and Naples by direct buses. The area around the farm is one of the most beautiful places in Italy; mountains, waterfalls, hiking trails, lakes, wildlife, and many interesting ruins, churches, and castles are easily accessible and the area is not filled with tourists like other parts of Italy. The farm is close to the town of Sora (about 35,000 inhabitants) where you can eat at local restaurants, stroll along the lively main street, visit the numerous shops, cafés or go to the open air market on Thursday mornings. The farm itself is a property where guests and volunteers can roam around, eat fresh fruit, spend time with the animals, relax in the shade of an olive tree, or hike around the trails in our beautiful forest. The area around the farm is one of the most beautiful places in Italy; mountains, waterfalls, hiking. All this can only be enjoyed exclusively by people who love to walk. PEOPLE WHO DO NOT LOVE TO WALK THEY WILL FEEL ISOLATED AND THEY WILL NOT ENJOY THE EXPERIENCE.

BESOIN SPéCIAL

PEOPLE WHO DO NOT LOVE TO WALK THEY WILL FEEL ISOLATED AND THEY WILL NOT ENJOY THE EXPERIENCE. – Don’t forget a sleeping bag and/or bed sheets – comfortable and warm working clothes and working shoes – warm sleeping clothes for the night – You can bring a music instrument if you play one, games, your national food or something you would like to share with the group! – Something traditional (music, dances, clothes, food, drinks) for the international evening. – If you are from the European Union, don’t forget to get the European Sanitary Card that will facilitate your access to the Health System in case of need. – Your enthusiasm and good energy, please!

The association has the following aims: a) foster and promote human and civil rights, with particular attention to child and youth rights; b) promote the right to information and participation of youth; c) defending social and collective rights with particular attention to youth and student rights; d) promoting volunteering as a tool for social change and active citizenship.
During its life, the association run different activities of information, training and counselling and, since 2006 has start focusing its activities to promote and develop tools for social inclusion of youth with fewer opportunities.
We organize workcamps and youth exchanges since 2006.
In particular it has addressed its work to involve disadvantaged youth in local and international voluntary activities in the frame of Youth in Action and Europe for Citizens programmes of the EU.
Since 2008 has also established a partnership with the Centre for Social Services for Youth of the Italian Ministry of Justice. In the frame of this partnership, the association has been developing activities to include young offenders in international intercultural activities, in the frame of the social rehabilitation programmes.

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