Projet Permanent
Manzanares , Espagne


  • permanent
  • DISA
  • ESP-2/2018
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 200.00 EUR
Frais supp : 450.00 EUR


olontariat de 2 à 16 semaines; frais supplémentaires de 450€ pour le 1er mois, puis 75€ par semaine. Placement individuel, programme ouvert toute l'année

  • Code : ESP-2/2018
  • Dispo : 5M / 5F (Total Part 10)
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ESP
  • Age : 18 - 99


ICYE Spain


BASIDA is a charitable, non-profit making association, that has been declared as a Public Utility since 1996, has the general aim of providing attention to needy people from biopsychosocial point of view, with a scope of performance at a local, regional and national level. BASIDA was founded in 1989 with the desire of joining forces to alleviate the problems which are posed by the illness: The progressive increase in the number of affected people. The nonexistence of a vaccine or of any effective treatment. The characteristics of its special risk of transmission. The exclusion. The population of prisoners: a great percentage of prisoner population has been or is A.D.V.P.; and has possibilities of being HIV-positive or of getting the virus while they are shut away, (blood transmission or sexual transmission). Main Activities 1. Shelter for people suffering from HIV-AIDS: This program tries to offer a fitting place, a warm home and a family for those people of both sexes, drug addicts, HIV-positives, people suffering from AIDS, as well as other terminal diseases, and due to the advanced stage of the diseases they have no other alternative than dying in prison, in the hospital or on the street. 2. Disintoxication centre and program of social action: The Rehabilitation centre aimed at cohabitation, provisional accommodation, the social attention of drug addicts, whose activity is orientated to the recovery and social reintegration of its users. 3. Social reintegration: This program has as its objectives, the social insertion and reintegration depending on the cases of those residents who have carried out their disintoxication and rehabilitation program and those who have HIV and AIDS but are able thanks to the new treatments. In the last years the fruit of the preceding formative work has been collected, with the contribution of those people whose have ended the program, and been incorporated into the cooperative of associated work "Base of Madrid Cooperative". Volunteer tasks Volunteers are there to help and support the staff. They will never substitute them. The volunteers will have a mentor who will guide them specifically in the tasks they carry out. Volunteers may participate in all activities in the professional departments previously mentioned (psychological, therapeutic etc), always taking into account factors such as the characteristics of the volunteer, their previous professional training and their personal preferences; considering these aspects is fundamental in allowing the volunteer to integrate and adapt to the dynamics of the hosting home and at the same time empathise with those being treated. Volunteers will collaborate a maximun of 35 hours per week from Monday to Friday. The schedule time will be principally during the morning although it will depend on the current necessities. Some of the most frequent activities to be carried out by the volunteers are: Attendance to sick people and to those who are in bed. Personal attention: support for meals, cleaning the residents, etc. Support in the activities of physical rehabilitation and of occupational therapy for their cognitive rehabilitation. Participation in workshops (carpentry, gardening, painting, etc.). Participation in the educative department: workshop of adult literacy, out-of-school support to children who live in the hosting home. Collaboration with the organization of workshops and occupational activities: magazine, theatre, computer science, yoga and relaxation, sport activities, workshop, etc. Collaboration with the organization of workshops and leisure activities (excursions, cultural activities,etc.). The volunteers will participate with the rest of the volunteers in the daily home activities. The volunteers will be supported by a mentor who will have a meeting with them once a week to talk with them and see if they need support with other matters. Sample time-tables. These are flexible and should be taken only as a sample. In this project initiatives from the volunteers are welcome and very positively valued.


Accommodation and board will be provided in a sharing room into the hosting project.


Rural enviroment. Basida Manzanres is located in the countryside; 6 km away of Manzanares. Manzanares is a town in the Autonomous Community of Castilla-La-Mancha, located 10 km. away from Ciudad Real and 175 km. from the city of Madrid. It has a population of about 18,890 inhabitants. Manzanares, the crossroads of La Mancha, is a meeting point in La Mancha, if you travel from North to South or from East to West. It is therefore, very well communicated with other towns in Castailla-La Mancha and Madrid, both by bus and by train. It is located on the route of Don Quixote, a tourist attraction. Manzanares is a town with high economic activity, especially with regards to the manufacture of primary products and the production of wine and cheese. Due to the distance of the home from the city, all the people in the organisation offer transport facilities to the volunteers if it is needed or if they need it. Internet is available in Basida Community, but, there is a very slow connection.


A certain level of maturity, sensitivity and interest in knowing the problems generated by HIV-AIDS and drug dependency. A willingness to learn about the experience of people with HIV-AIDS and a drug dependency, and who have the additional motivation to learn and self-improve. A self-belief in their capabilities as well as an engagement with the activities they take part in and a desire to work as part of a team. Capable of actively listening and showing empathy- people that like to listen and are capable of seeing things from the perspective of the users to whom they are talking. Tolerant and flexible. An interest in the Spanish language and the desire to learn about the Spanish culture. Willing to complement the dynamics of the group and abide by the rules of co-habitation (they will not be able to consume any drugs, including tobaco and alcohol). No specific or professional training is required.

AFAIJ is a Spanish non-profit organization established in 1999, whose main aim is to promote young people non-formal education through social and intercultural activities.
AFAIJ runs youth national and international voluntary service programmes as well as international trainings and seminars.

Most of the voluntary service projects are located in the Madrid region and include working with socially disadvantaged children, children and youth centres, disabled, HIV-AIDS prevention, anti-drugs, and communication projects.

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