Projet Permanent
Tuxtla gutiÉrrez, chiapas , Mexique


  • permanent
  • KIDS
  • DISA
  • MEX-73/2018
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 200.00 EUR
Frais supp : 370.00 EUR


Participation : 4 semaines à 16 semaines. Frais supplémentaires : 370 € pour 4 semaines, 65 € pour chaque semaine additionnelle. Le projet est ouvert toute l’année, la date d’arrivée est libre.

  • Code : MEX-73/2018
  • Dispo : 1M / 1F (Total Part 2)
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ESP
  • Age : 18 - 99


ICYE Mexique


The SOS Children?s Village family-like structure is made up of four basic principles: mother, brothers and sisters, house and village. Each child is given a so-called SOS mother. She is the main person who cares for the child and is a substitute for the child?s natural parents. She lives in a house together with the children that she is looking after. Together with them she organises the family?s daily life. She creates strong and dependable relationships and gives the children a safe and loving home. The job of an SOS Children?s Village Mother is usually carried out by single women who first have to complete an extensive training programme. They are supported in their important work by educational co-workers as well as by women who are still training to be SOS Children?s Village mothers. Girls and boys of different ages grow up together in an SOS Children?s Village family like brothers and sisters. Natural brothers and sisters are not separated. Children, from small babies to those aged 10 are taken in, unless there are brothers and sisters involved, in which case the children can be older. In Tuxtla Gutierrez, the main activities done include physical and psychological rehabilitation though different kinds of therapy. The aim of these activities is to improve the quality of life for the children and to stimulate their personal skills in order to improve their self-confidence. In addition to this, there are also other types of facilities and aid programmes whose main intention it is to improve living conditions for families in the neighbourhood on a long-term basis. The social centres, kindergartens, medical centres, training centres and schools are not only used by children and young people from the SOS Children?s Village but are also there for the general public. The volunteer will assist the teachers working on the children’s rehabilitation and education process. In the centre the children are divided into different groups, depending on their age. In each group there are two or three assistants who work in physical therapy, according to the needs of each child. Some of the older children do educational activities like drawing or painting, recognising animals, numbers and colours. They also learn how to count, read and write simple words. The volunteer will work in various classrooms, depending on where they are needed. Sporting activities for children with or without disabilities Physical therapy and integrative rehab for disabled people Teaching support Classes in guitar, music, singing, theatre, painting, etc. Gardening Social work Psychology General support in the village Work-hours: From Tuesday to Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.


Host family in Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas.


Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas.


The volunteer is not required to have specific knowledge or previous experience in the area. She/he needs: Intermediate Spanish level Interest in working with children and young people with disabilities Enthusiasm and willingness to help others Patience and sensitivity

ICYE was founded in Mexico in 1967. Servicio Internacional para el Intercambio Juvenil – SIIJUVE became member of the ICYE Federation in 1986. The National Committee is made up of co-workers (many former exchangees), host families and programme participants. There are five regional groups in Tuxtla Gutierrez Chiapas, Guadalajara, Mexico City, Puebla and Toluca, co-ordinated by the national office, located in Puebla.

There is a wide range of projects – from kindergartens; work with disabled, street children, to ecological projects in urban and rural areas, and rural development projects, archaeology. Practical training experiences in arts, crafts, dance, and ceramics. Attendance of university courses is possible, at participant's own expenses.

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