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Projet Permanent
San francisco de yojoa , Honduras

FUNDACIÓN ACCIÓN HUMANA DE LA LUZ ETERNA 2018

  • permanent
  • KIDS
  • AGRI
  • HON-56/2018
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 200.00 EUR
Frais supp : 65.00 EUR

Remarque

Volontariat de 4 à 16 semaines; frais supplémentaires de 370€ pour le 1er mois, puis 65€ par semaine. Placement individuel, programme ouvert toute l'année

  • Code : HON-56/2018
  • Dispo : 3M / 2F (Total Part 5)
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 99

PARTENAIRE

ICYE Honduras

TRAVAIL

Approximately 70 at-risk male children and youth, ages 6-18 live within the centre, and an approximate of 45 at-risk female children and youth, ages 6-18, don’t live within the centre but are supported through the centre’s scholarship programme. The centre provides a safe and decent home to all the children and youth, who live in different dormitories that have bunk beds, lockers and closets, and bathrooms with several showers, toilets and washbasins. The children and youth are grouped according to their ages in the different dormitories. The centre provides all meals to the children and youth, making sure they receive a proper nutrition. The children and youth attend the local public pre-school, primary school and secondary school. The centre’s staff help the children and youth with their homework and provide tutoring / reinforcement lessons. Additionally to the formal education that the children and youth are receiving outside of the centre, within the centre they receive training on auto-mechanic, welding, music (particularly in the following instruments: keyboard, guitar, drums, and bass guitar), computer lessons and English classes. The centre has excellent recreational areas, including sports facilities like a football field and multipurpose fields for basketball, volleyball, etc. There’s also a swimming pool where children and youth can learn to swim. The centre also organises different outings, sports and cultural events, and fundraising events. Sometimes certain facilities are rented to external publics for lodging, carrying out events, using the swimming pool, among others, this way creating an income for the centre. The centre also has an in-house hen house and garden that produces organic eggs and vegetables. This produce supplies the centre’s kitchen and is also sold in the community. Children and youth are involved in these activities and learn how to raise chickens and hens, and take care of crops.

LOGEMENT &NOURRITURE

Living with a Host Family or within the Project.

SITUATION

San Francisco de Yojoa, Cortés.

BESOIN SPéCIAL

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. Project available to start in August and February every year for 6-12 months. Age: 20 years or older. Gender: Indifferent. Languages: Fluency in Spanish is preferred, but Intermediate knowledge is acceptable. Studies: None in particular. Abilities and Attitudes: The volunteer needs to be motivated to take care of needy children. The volunteer has to have a high level of social sensibility and the ability of adjusting to the local conditions. Artistic, athletic, English and computer skills are appreciated. Religion: Respectful to Christian beliefs.

ICYE Honduras was founded in 1981. The committee is run by former exchangees and volunteers. The national office, located in Tegucigalpa is run by a four-staff team.

Programme
Voluntary service placements include working with homeless and street children, disabled, children’s rights, homes for the elderly, sick or homeless people, health clinics, human rights organisations, indigenous groups, primary schools, youth organisations, and social projects in general. Attendance of university courses is allowed provided it does not interfere with voluntary service.

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