- Code : RC-MTV-ENV-01/18
- Dispo : 1M / 1F (Total Part 2)
- Langue du Projet : ENG /
- Age : 18 - 99
This project aims to protect our environment using creative education. Local community and environment are inter-related and depend on each other for survival. Therefore education of local community towards social and economic benefit of environment is vital for their coexistence.Based in rural environment volunteers will familiarize themselves with local environment and life. They shall be visiting local schools, SHGaeuros, local community gathering and even organise an environmental workshop to disseminate environmental awareness and good practices. Working closely with local youth following tasks shall be undertaken:1.Using creative art as a medium to disseminate environmental awareness.2.Working with eco-clubs in local schools by assisting and coordinating their activities.3.Mobilising youth towards environmental protection. 4.Educate people on environmental concerns like Global warming, climate change, depletion of natural resources, etc.We believe, innovation is key to success therefore volunteers with prior experience in related work are welcome to bring in new ideas.The project will be implemented in 30 communities around Baddi township over a period of three years.
Accommodation is on sharing basis with common toilets and bath. Most likely, the volunteers will be staying in RUCHI Campus.Food offered will be simple authentic Indian vegetarian and freshly cooked. Three meals a day will be served/provided. Assistance while cooking is desired of volunteers. Volunteers are free to cook meals of their country choice on every Sunday.
Baddi is an industrial area. Economically poor people migrated to the area in search of jobs and established their temporary settlements. These settlements are devoid of even basic amenities and hence called aeurooeslumsaeuro. Industries and increased human population is pressurizing the already depleting natural resources and causing a serious environmental, health and amp; sanitation problem. During leisure time, the volunteers can visit the famous Rock Garden in Chandigarh, Pinjore Garden, Shimla and Kasauli Hills.
Volunteers with a background or experience in environmental education are preferred.
Presently, RUCHI head office is located in a new complex called the Technology Resource Centre (TRC). The office a centre of technology transfer came into force, in the year 1994 as an extension program of CAPART, of the Ministry of Rural Development. The objective is to promote, develop and modify the rural technologies. Situated in the hills of Solan district in Bandh village, this centre has been the hub of all activities.
RUCHI has focused through the years on promoting sustainable anthropocentric development through empowerment â€“ by providing assistance and technical support to the underprivileged, showing them the way to minimize dependence and thus attain a better life â€“ rather than just through charity. RUCHIâ€™s founders felt there was a need for a committed workforce to initiate the process of development at the grassroots level, encouraging individual and community participation in the process.