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20.Jan - 31.Jan 2018
Kathmandu , Nepal

CHILDREN’S WINTER CAMP

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • EDU
  • CULT
  • SPOR
  • VINWC18-02
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150.00 EUR
Frais supp : 200.00 EUR

Remarque

The participation fee 200 Euros (+30 Euro for transportation) is to be paid on your arrivals at VIN Office or upon booking the placement by Paypal or bank transfer.

  • Code : VINWC18-02
  • Dispo : 8M / 8F (Total Part 16)
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 99

PARTENAIRE

VIN NEPAL

TRAVAIL

The volunteers will conduct children’s camp to promote their innate talents&creativity for their overall development such as physical, mental, social &emotional. During children camp volunteers can prepare sessions and take classes on following topics: Physical exercises, Team Building, Drawing, coloring &painting, Art, Craft &Origami, Singing and dancing, Drama, Music, and Hiking, Teaching language and so on.

LOGEMENT &NOURRITURE

Accommodation: The volunteers will stay with the host family/hostel identified by VIN. The living facilities are simple and basic. Male and female Volunteers will share the same living area with separate rooms. Volunteers are required to sleep on the simple beds. Please bring your sleeping bag.

SITUATION

Location: Tarakeshwor : Tarakeshwor municipality lies on Kathmandu District. It is around 10-15 km from main ring road to Balaju, Kathmandu covered with hills, fields and woods. — Leisure Activities: VIN takes you a half day cultural sightseeing. Either before, during or after your workcamp, there exists the options to undertake VIN-organized tour to Nepal’s nearby attractions. Airport : Tribhuwan International Airport, Kathmandu

BESOIN SPéCIAL

Basic English should be spoken among participants with basic computer skill

2005 by a diverse group drawn from development workers, educationalists, social activists and other
professionals.
VIN’s mission is to empower marginalised communities, with a focus on women and children,
through enhanced educational programs and community training to promote equality, economic
well-being and basic human rights.
Community Focused Programmes
VIN has a main community based pilot project in Jitpur, a rural community 11km from Kathmandu city.
The area was chosen because of its geographical location, lack of development agencies, people
interest, and its development needs. VIN has established 4 key programmes in Jitpur:
 Women’s Empowerment
 Children’s Development
ï‚· Youth Development
ï‚· Community Health
The organization’s objective is for these programmes to be run by the Jitpur community (independently of
VIN) by 2012. Our community volunteering projects are based on around above 4 major programmes.
Out of Community Support Programmes
VIN runs a number of other volunteer placement programmes not directly related to the Jitpur community
but indirectly these programmes still contribute to our main programs. The programmes include:
ï‚· Teaching English at Buddhist monasteries / nunneries
ï‚· International journalism
ï‚· Environment, conservation and agro forestry
ï‚· Orphanage support
ï‚· Working with disable people (e.g., deaf, elderly)

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21.Jan - 31.Jan 2018
Reykjavik , Islande

SUSTAINABLE LIVING IN REYKJAVIK AND THE WF FARM

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • RENO
  • ENVI
  • STUDY
  • ART
  • WF301
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150.00 EUR
Frais supp : 250.00 EUR

Remarque

Perfect camp to enjoy farm life and also the city of Reykjavik

  • Code : WF301
  • Dispo : 4M / 2F (Total Part 10)
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 70

PARTENAIRE

Reykjavik is a city full of energy, just waiting for you to experience it. Powered by heat from the earth below, with ever-changing weather sweeping across the landscape, its natural features are matched by the energy of its residents. Think of the denominators of a great city – fun, culture, nature, clean air – Reykjavik has them in spades. All the advantages of a modern, forward-looking society are complemented by the beautiful natural setting. In a country of only just over 300,000 people, the Reykjavik capital area has a population of about 200,000. However, since it’s the only major city in the country, Reykjavik has a lot of the amenities that you would only expect to find in a much larger center elsewhere in the world. Reykjavik is the world’s northernmost capital city and is centered on the Seltjarnarnes Peninsula. Arrive at the right time of year, and in favourable conditions you will see the city’s skyline silhouetted against the glowing, shimmering curtain of the aurora borealis, also known as the northern lights which can be seen from September until the end of April. Reykjavik is framed by the majestic Mt. Esja and the blue waters of Faxafloi Bay to the north, while rugged lava-fields spread to the southeast. On a clear sunny day, the Snaefellsjökull glacier glitters on the western horizon like a crystal.

TRAVAIL

The organisation has a farmhouse on the outskirts of Reykjavik, 15 km from the center of the capital. Since the creation of Worldwide Friends, the organisation has been looking for an opportunity to set up a project that aims to promote sustainable living. Volunteers will do some renovation in the house and on the property and take care of the work in the farm. We have chickens, a cat, a greenhouse for growing herbs and vegetables and a piece of land where we grow potatoes, carrots and lettuce. Volunteers will help with all tasks related to the farm, as the work varies depending on the season. This year, we will also have special topics to discuss in the workcamps, such as “food waste”, “recycling” and “renewable energy”. The volunteers will also create documentaries, posters and brochures related to sustainable living, which will be introduced to children in Reykjavik.

LOGEMENT &NOURRITURE

Worldwide Friends volunteers will be staying in our house in Sveinsstadir, which is located on the outskirts of Reykjavik. This place is like a farm in the city, so you can enjoy pure nature and the city life of the capital at the same time. Volunteers need to bring their own sleeping bags and towels, but beds/mattresses and bed linens are provided. Wireless internet access is provided free of charge. Food is included for the duration of the workcamp, however, everyone is expected to do their fair share of the cooking and cleaning. Since it is always nice to try new and different dishes, volunteers are encouraged to bring along their favourite recipes (and spices) from home!

SITUATION

On weekends, the volunteers can enjoy Reykjavik‘s amazing nightlife, which is world-renowned for its wide array of bars, clubs, and concerts. WF Iceland will also organise reasonably-priced weekend excursions to some of the most popular, beautiful areas and natural wonders that Iceland can offer. Excursions include unique Icelandic sights, such as glacial lagoons, waterfalls, volcanic and geothermal areas, glaciers, geysers, lava forests, hot-springs, rhyolite mountain ranges, steam-vents or even icebergs. We will also focus on intercultural learning and exchange. Every evening, volunteers from different countries will present their country of origin and culture in an informal way. It can be a presentation, a game, theatre – the form of introduction is up to you! Therefore, we encourage you to bring along some food, photos or anything interesting related to your country for a fun and informative evening amongst other volunteers. This workcamp gives you the opportunity to spend an amazing time in Iceland with other international volunteers and to have an incredible experience where participants share their knowledge with each other while exploring creativity, environmental issues and intercultural learning.

BESOIN SPéCIAL

None

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22.Jan - 05.Feb 2018
Hveragerdi , Islande

HVERAGERDI – HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • ENVI
  • MANU
  • WF02
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150.00 EUR
Frais supp : 250.00 EUR

Remarque

This has been our most popular camp in the last years

  • Code : WF02
  • Dispo : 3M / 1F (Total Part 10)
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 70

PARTENAIRE

Hveragerði is a small town of about 1,700 inhabitants that lies some 45 km east of Reykjavík. This friendly little community sits on top of a highly active geothermal field, which provides heat for hundreds of greenhouses where fruit, flowers and vegetables are produced throughout the year. Even bananas grow in these greenhouses! The name Hveragerði means ‘hot springs garden.’ Geothermal energy is Hveragerði’s lifeblood, and you probably won’t find such a natural wonder in the middle of a populated area anywhere else in the world. Nearby you will find an even more geothermally active site: Gufudalur, the lovely ‘Steam Valley’ behind the town. This whole valley is full of hot springs, geysers, mud pots, fumaroles and steaming vents. Our host is a non-profit organisation called the NLFI Rehabilitation and Health Clinic, which is a part of the Natural Health Association of Iceland. Every year approximately 2,000 patients and other guests enjoy their diverse rehabilitation programs, which are focused on an approach that builds self-confidence and personal responsibility for the patients’ own health. The clinic has earned a solid reputation, both in Iceland and internationally, since its foundation in 1955 for personal and effective care of patients. It is one of the two most important rehabilitation clinics in Iceland. In the last years this ongoing camp has been the most popular camp in our organisation.

TRAVAIL

The Natural Health Association has a horticultural and environmental department, including forestry, gardening, and greenhouses, which is where Worldwide Friends volunteers work most of the time. Volunteers will help with growing the tomatoes, cucumbers and making tea made of Icelandic herbs and also do some environmental work around the property. The nature of the work depends largely on weather conditions, which can change quickly. Volunteers should bring clothes appropriate for outdoor work, but also clothes for working inside the warm greenhouses. Working hours are usually from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and volunteers will have a one-hour lunch break.

LOGEMENT &NOURRITURE

Worldwide Friends volunteers will be staying in a fully equipped bungalow consisting of several double bedrooms and a living room. Volunteers need to bring their own sleeping bag, but beds and sheets are provided. Wireless internet access is provided free of charge. All meals are provided and cooked by our hosts, the Rehabilitation and Health Clinic. The menu for the project is primarily vegetarian, but two times a week it includes locally-caught fish. The food at the Rehabilitation and Health Clinic is known throughout Iceland for its high quality. The standard of food and accommodation does not get better than in this camp.

SITUATION

Worldwide Friends volunteers have free access to the local geothermally-heated swimming pool. Traditionally, natural pools have played an important social role in Icelandic culture. Most Icelandic pools offer indoor and outdoor swimming, as well as hot tubs and saunas or steam rooms. Hveragerði is known for having great areas for hiking, including the hot river in Reykjadalur. WF Iceland will also organise reasonably-priced weekend excursions to some of the most popular, beautiful areas and natural wonders that Iceland can offer. Excursions include unique Icelandic sights, such as glacial lagoons, waterfalls, volcanic and geothermal areas, glaciers, geysers, lava forests, hot-springs, rhyolite mountain ranges, steam-vents or even icebergs. We will also focus on intercultural learning and exchange. Every evening, volunteers from different countries will present their country of origin and culture in an informal way. It can be a presentation, a game, theatre – the form of introduction is up to you! Therefore, we encourage you to bring along some food, photos or anything interesting related to your country for a fun and informative evening amongst other volunteers. This workcamp gives you the opportunity to spend an amazing time in Iceland with other international volunteers and to have an incredible experience where participants share their knowledge with each other while exploring creativity, environmental issues and intercultural learning.

BESOIN SPéCIAL

None

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23.Jan - 07.Feb 2018
Thessaloniki , Grece

WILD LIFE

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • ANI
  • YG17
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150.00 EUR
Frais supp : 190.00 EUR

Remarque

190 euros (50 euros paid in advance after registration by bank transfer + 140 euros to pay on arrival at the camp)

  • Code : YG17
  • Dispo : 3M / 2F (Total Part 5)
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 99

PARTENAIRE

Description: DRASI is a modern Center for the Protection of Wild Birds in Balkans. It is located near Thessaloniki. We are a group of people dedicated to the care and treatment of wild animals. We take care of sick, exhausted, or injured wild animals found by our fellow citizens in Thessaloniki or elsewhere in Northern Greece. The animals receive first aid and, if it is necessary, they are sent to the Hellenic Wildlife Hospital (HWH) in Aegina. If and when they are fit for release, we release them in the wild. We are all volunteers. We have been involved in the care and treatment of wild animals for approximately 20 years. Anyone willing to contribute to the Greek wildlife can participate in our group. Veterinary knowledge is not a prerequisite, however you should be enthusiastic, responsible, and respect animals. Our work is daily and often arduous. However, our unity of purpose and our sense of togetherness help us remain active in the protection of wildlife: -We rescue exhausted or trapped wild animals. -We take care of exhausted, sick, injured, or very young wild animals. -We rehabilitate animals that are fit for release in their natural habitat. -We raise public awareness and educate our fellow citizens and their children through environmental games and presentations. -We participate in events and festivals that aim to raise public awareness of environmental issues.

TRAVAIL

The volunteers have to be motivated to work. They will clean the nests and cages and they will feed the animals. Volunteers work 8 hours /day. (They have one day off per week).

LOGEMENT &NOURRITURE

The nutrition is basic (meat, fruits, vegetables, olive oil, cereals, beans, lentils etc). Lodging: The volunteers will stay in the guest rooms of the center. Showers and toilets provided.

SITUATION

DRASI is a modern Center for the Protection of Wild Birds in Balkans. It is located near Thessaloniki. Free time: They can visit the archeological sites of Thessaloniki.

BESOIN SPéCIAL

Extrafee: 190 euros (50 euros paid in advance after registration by bank transfer + 140 euros to pay on arrival at the camp). Volunteers who look for LOW COST holidays MORE than volunteering are REQUESTED NOT to apply for Wild Life projects. There is NO NEED for tourists but for VERY MOTIVATED volunteers.

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26.Jan - 05.Feb 2018
Tallinn , Estonie

FIRE ARTISTS COMPETITION 2018

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • FEST
  • EST 01
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150.00 EUR
Frais supp : 110.00 EUR
  • Code : EST 01
  • Dispo : COMPLET (Total Part 10)
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 99

PARTENAIRE

Fire Artist’s Association was founded to raise awareness of Fire Arts, to offer everyone a chance to learn and perform with any kind or type of Fire Art and to show that it can be much more than a primitive street arts. Association also promotes good standards of Fire Safety for fire artists cooperating closely with local rescue department. One of the largest projects is organizing Fire Artist’s competitions, which started off as a small event for local artists but quickly became the international one. Every year the International Fire Artist’s Competition takes place in Estonia now. This event is organized by a small community called Fire Artist’s Association and right now there are just not enough people to get everything done for the event. And international volunteers are invited to help it out. This year International Fire Artist’s Competition will takes place in Tallinn in 2018 again with the theme – “Faith, Trust and Fairy dust”. It will be held at the grounds of famous Ruins of the St. Brigit’s Convent (https://www.visitestonia.com/en/ruins-of-bridgettine-convent) in Pirita district of Tallinn. The history of these ruins rising above the banks of the Pirita River dates back to 1407, when the largest nunnery in Old Livonia was founded there. It survived in its original form until 1577, when the forces of Ivan the Terrible destroyed it. At the end of the last century, several extensive excavation and conservation projects took place on the premises of the medieval conv

TRAVAIL

You will be doing some tasks for the Pirita Convent, as well as Viking’s village www.viikingitekyla.ee , both of whom are supporting our event and work camp. The event area is big, and there is a lot of preparation work to be done. You need to be creative, quick on your feet and able to find solutions on the spot. You will be involved in preparing the technical side of the event but also communicating with people, so expect anything from decorating the area, carrying the necessary equipment to the area to meeting and welcoming guests, showing directions and so on.

LOGEMENT &NOURRITURE

Volunteers will live in the Pirita Convent, which is right next to the ancient ruins. The nuns of the convent have kindly agreed to host our volunteers this year, only expecting some donation/ support we can give. Please bring a sleeping bag. Toilets and showers are available. Volunteers will have simple breakfast prepared by nuns. For lunch and dinner volunteers will be provided some local food which we have to prepare ourselves. Please be ready to experience foreign, unusual, even strange sometimes food habits.

SITUATION

Location Tallinn is the capital of Estonia. You can get a lot of information on Tallinn on www.tallinn.ee and www.visitestonia.com. Tallinn has very well preserved a medieval Old Town listed in UNESCO Heritage List with rich history, museums, churches, but also pubs and intensive nightlife. The Convent is situated a little outside of city center (15 min by public bus) following the sea shore line. LEISURE You will spend time in beautiful ancient ruins of a convent, see how the convent operates today and communicate with its inhabitants. They will give you some historical introductions and tours of the place. Besides, you will learn a lot about Fire and Fire safety and have a small Fire safety training as well. You will be able to see the artists rehearse and perform. And there are a lot of possibilities for leisure time activities as you are in Tallinn where one can find attractions for all tastes: sightseeing and museums, concerts, live music, pubs, etc.

BESOIN SPéCIAL

Special requirements Please bring your sleeping bag. Be brave, communicative and be ready to be independent and find solutions in different situations and tasks. Please respect local customs, the convent and its nuns that are welcoming you. Please consider that Estonia is a Nordic country and the camp takes place at WINTER time, so it can be rather cold. Please have enough warm snow/ rain resistant clothes and good water and cold proof shoes with you! Camp language is English. Participation fee Since EstYES neither its camp partner Fire Artist’s Association does not receive sufficient financial support for this camp from municipality nor from private sources we have to charge participants an extra fee of 110 Euro. It has to be paid by volunteers upon arrival to the camp, and it is to cover food, transportation and administration costs.

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26.Jan - 05.Feb 2018
Fjardabyggd , Islande

AURORA HUNTING AND RENOVATION IN THE EAST OF ICELA

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • RENO
  • ENVI
  • STUDY
  • WF112
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150.00 EUR
Frais supp : 220.00 EUR
  • Code : WF112
  • Dispo : 2M / 4F (Total Part 16)
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 28

PARTENAIRE

Scoured by Ice Age glaciers, the dramatic east coast boasts long, narrow fjords with steep sides and jagged peaks which contrast with inland fertile farmlands. Natural harbours depict postcard-like fishing villages and seemingly never-ending roads cross the region, providing beautiful views. This is one of the best places in Iceland to see the northern lights. “Fjarðabyggð" is an association of villages in the Eastern fjords of Iceland. It includes the towns of Eskifjörður, Fáskrúðsfjörður, Mjóifjörður, Neskaupstaður, Reyðarfjörður and Stöðvarfjörður, all tiny fishing villages with steep mountains towering just behind the houses. In this area, you will see some of the features that make Iceland a unique place in the world: spectacular fjords with a rich sea life, a great variety of birdlife and countless breathtaking hiking paths.

TRAVAIL

During this workcamp, volunteers will deal with different tasks related to renovation and maintenance of our houses in the east of Iceland. The work will depend on the skills and knowledge of each volunteer, but focuses mainly on tasks such as painting, cleaning, fixing small things, and acquires basic knowledge of carpentry and construction. During winter in Iceland the accommodations are prepared for the summer. This camp is extremely important for us and for our summer volunteers. If the weather conditions are good, we will also help the local community with various kind of environmental work. In addition to the work, winter in Iceland also means AURORA HUNTING. If you like photography, having an amazing time with friends from all over the world and the Northern lights, this camp will suit you perfectly. We will be on the lookout for Aurora borealis at night throughout the whole camp, so you will have the opportunity to take photos of this amazing and unique phenomenon. It is very important to bring your camera with you (only cameras that work in long exposure will catch those lights), so don’t forget your tripod and camera. The photos will be of your personal use, but we will also keep the best photos and use them in our brochures, on the website and on social media.

LOGEMENT &NOURRITURE

Worldwide Friends volunteers will be staying in the WF houses. We offer basic facilities. Beds are provided, however, volunteers should bring their own warm sleeping bags. Wireless internet access is provided free of charge. Food is included for the duration of the workcamp, however, everyone is expected to do their fair share of the cooking and cleaning. Since it is always nice to try new and different dishes, volunteers are encouraged to bring along their favourite recipes from home!

SITUATION

Worldwide Friends volunteers have free access to the local swimming pool. Traditionally, natural pools have played an important social role in Icelandic culture. Most Icelandic pools offer indoor and outdoor swimming, as well as hot tubs and saunas or steam rooms. The area in the east is also good for hiking, so please bring your hiking shoes. WF Iceland will organise reasonably-priced weekend excursions to some of the most popular, beautiful areas and natural wonders that Iceland has to offer. Excursions include unique Icelandic sights, such as waterfalls, volcanic and geothermal areas, glaciers, lava forests, hot-springs, rhyolite mountain ranges, steam-vents or even icebergs. We will also concentrate on intercultural learning and exchange. Every evening, volunteers from different countries will be in charge of presenting their country of origin and culture in an informal way. It can be a presentation, a game, theatre – the form of introduction is up to you! Therefore, we encourage you to bring along some food, photos or anything interesting related to your country for a fun and informative evening amongst other volunteers. This workcamp gives you the opportunity to spend an amazing time in Iceland with other international volunteers and to have an incredible experience where participants share their knowledge with each other while exploring creativity, environmental issues and intercultural learning. Keep in mind: If you own a camera and a tripod, please bring those with you. You can also bring your laptop, as it can come in handy. In addition, please bring warm clothes with you since we are going to spend our time in an isolated place where the temperatures can get very low. If possible, please bring along traditional food, photos or anything interesting related to your country for intercultural evenings. Intl. Airport: Keflavík (KEF), Reykjavík. Flights arrive at Keflavik International Airport (KEF), just south of Reykjavik. WF Iceland will offer a minibus trip from Reykjavik to the east for 180 € that includes the round trip which is almost 1,400 km in total and takes 2 full days. On the way to the camp, we will drive through the south to the east of the island. After the camp, we will drive through the north and west to Reykjavik, if road conditions are favourable. This trip includes unique Icelandic sights, such as glacial lagoons, waterfalls, volcanic and geothermal areas, glaciers, lava fields, hot-springs, rhyolite mountain ranges, steam-vents or even icebergs. The meeting point is at 08.30 am at the first day of the camp in Tjarnargata 11 which is the city hall of Reykjavik

BESOIN SPéCIAL

none

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27.Jan - 04.Feb 2018
Reykjavik , Islande

ENVIRONMENT &SUSTAINABILITY - WINTER LIGHTS

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • ENVI
  • EDU
  • SEEDS 006.
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150.00 EUR
Frais supp : 350.00 EUR
  • Code : SEEDS 006.
  • Dispo : 3M (Total Part 6)
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 99

PARTENAIRE

SEEDS

TRAVAIL

The Environment &Sustainability learning camp allows participants to share and learn about global &local issues through theory and practice. If you are concerned, for example, about climate change, waste management, animal protection, sustainable solutions &other environmental topics then this project is for you. Local Icelandic environmental issues as well as issues from the participants’ countries will be addressed. Please note this project is a learning/sharing camp, in which everybody is expected to contribute their own knowledge and experience, and not a standard workcamp. The main focus of this camp is to learn about different aspects of environmental and sustainability issues through a selection of workshops, discussions and visits. Topics may include issues like renewable energy, food waste, and sustainable practices such as collaborative consumption or veganism. The over 2 million tourists coming to Iceland every year leave a mark on the country. This camp will help you to be an environmentally aware traveller &consumer. Participants also get the chance to visit local projects focused on the environment, such as a visit to a local recycling centre whereby a tour of the plant is given and the activities are explained. The group will also visit a Geothermal power plant and have a guided tour of the facilities via interactive multimedia installations, wall displays and presentations to learn about Iceland‘s geothermal energy utilization. SEEDS participants may also get a chance to improve the local environment through hands-on volunteer activities. In most cases, the camp includes a day or two of voluntary service but in some cases it will not be possible, as the weather does not always allow activities to take place outdoors. This is a camp that combines learning, sharing, exploring Reykjavík, and having fun. Participants should also use this opportunity to share something about issues in their home country with the group of international participants. Participants should be ready to walk around the city for different activities, visits and sightseeing.

LOGEMENT &NOURRITURE

SEEDS participants will stay in a house in Reykjavík. The facilities are basic with showers, kitchen, washing machine and everyone is expected to show consideration for their companions. Participants will sleep in shared rooms in a sleeping bag accommodation. Please bring your own sleeping bag. Participants from other projects may also stay in the house for part of the time. We will receive food supplies and the group will be in charge of the cooking and cleaning activities. Do not forget some traditional/typical food, drinks and recipes from your home country for the international dinner.

SITUATION

Reykjavik is a dynamic, modern city which lives in harmony with beautiful nature, using renewable energy sources – geothermal- and hydropower. The world’s northernmost capital bridges the Atlantic, between Europe and North America. Reykjavík is spread across a peninsula with a panoramic view of the mountains and the Atlantic Ocean on almost all sides. During your stay, the Winter Lights Festival will take place, from February 1 to 4. Darkness will be illuminated by light shows and a lot of events and concerts will take place around the city. Usually there is also the Museums Night and the Pool night. For more information and details, please check http://winterlightsfestival.is/

BESOIN SPéCIAL

articipation fee EUR 350 (Euros). Please note that these fees are to be paid to SEEDS on arrival in either Euros or Icelandic krónas. The fee includes transportation from the meeting point to the camp and back into SEEDS office (on the first and last day), as well as the visits to the Geothermal power plant, the recycling centre &the Golden Circle excursion.

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27.Jan - 05.Feb 2018
Reykjavik , Islande

PHOTO MARATHON &WINTER LIGHTS FESTIVAL

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • FEST
  • CULT
  • ART
  • SEEDS 005.
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150.00 EUR
Frais supp : 350.00 EUR
  • Code : SEEDS 005.
  • Dispo : 6M / 6F (Total Part 12)
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 99

PARTENAIRE

SEEDS

TRAVAIL

PROJECT: This is the eleventh year that SEEDS organizes series of International Photo marathons. Throughout the year participants from all over the world come to Iceland for an intense photography related learning camp. SEEDS coordinators help the participants to develop their unique photographic skills through workshops and feedback sessions on technical settings, compositional considerations as well as developing conceptual frameworks which progress the participants individual style. When the workshops end, we select some of our best pictures from the camp and prepare those images for an informal group exhibition in a local independent cinema. Participants should bring with them their own digital cameras, lenses, and laptops if possible. They should be prepared for walking and visually exploring the city streets and working within a flexible time schedule. Participants will be photographing in their free time outside of workshop hours with images to be discussed at group feedback sessions. Please note this project is more of a learning/sharing camp and not a regular work camp; we may be able to organize some outdoor voluntary service but it depends on our partners and weather conditions. Additionally, the camp combines exploring Reykjavík, hunting for Aurora and having fun. Participants should also use this opportunity to share something about their own culture with the international group. In this project SEEDS will organize an Aurora hunting trip (Northern lights) to the countryside in the close vicinity of Reykjavík. This will take place during late evening and possibly into the night. We will pick a night with the best chances given by the Aurora forecast by the Icelandic meteorological office. If we do not catch any northern lights in the first excursion, SEEDS will organise a second trip. Please note, we cannot guarantee that you will see northern lights as solar activity is irregular and it depends on weather and meteorological conditions.

LOGEMENT &NOURRITURE

SEEDS participants will stay in an equipped house in Reykjavík, which is located about 4 kilometers from the centre of the city. The facilities are basic with a shower, kitchen and a washing machine. The group will sleep in shared rooms and shall bring their own sleeping bag. Participants from other projects may also stay in the house for part of the time. Participants will receive food supplies and be in charge of the cooking and cleaning activities. Do not forget some traditional/typical food, drinks and recipes from your home country for the international evening.

SITUATION

Reykjavik is a dynamic, modern city which lives in harmony with beautiful nature, using renewable energy sources – geothermal- and hydropower. The world’s northernmost capital bridges the Atlantic, between Europe and North America. Reykjavík is spread across a peninsula with a panoramic view of the mountains and the Atlantic Ocean on almost all sides. Reykjavík is an International city with a lively cosmopolitan cultural scene surrounded with beautiful nature. During your stay, the Winter Lights Festival will take place, from February 1 to 4. Darkness will be illuminated by light shows and a lot of events and concerts will take place around the city. Usually there is also the Museums Night and the Pool night. For more information and details, please check http://winterlightsfestival.is/ Some excursions (eg. Golden Circle, South Shore, Hot River hike or Reykjanes) can be arranged at discount fares for SEEDS participants. We also offer some local leisure activities such as the cinema and the flea market. Weather may be cold and/or rainy, so we recommend to bring warm and/or waterproof clothes (overcoats, scarves, gloves and hats) as part of the project takes place outside.

BESOIN SPéCIAL

Participation fee EUR 350 (Euros). Please note that these fees are to be paid to SEEDS on arrival in either Euros or Icelandic krónas. The fee includes transportation from the meeting point to the camp and back into SEEDS office (on the first and last day), as well as the Aurora hunting/Northern lights excursion. Meeting time will be 17:00 (5:00 pm) on January 27 at SEEDS Office. Participants that cannot arrive on time (later or delayed flights) will be sent information on how to reach the camp. English will be the language in the camp; basic conversational skills are needed.

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28.Jan - 24.Feb 2018
Mbour , Sénégal

EDUCATION ET ENTRAIDE FEVR 2018

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • EDU
  • AEE/0218
Age minimum : 20
Frais d’inscription : 150.00 EUR
Frais supp : 300.00 EUR

Remarque

Frais supplémentaires à régler sur place, 300€ pour 4 semaines Lisez les informations spécifiques

  • Code : AEE/0218
  • Dispo : 2M / 3F (Total Part 5)
  • Langue du Projet : FRA / FRA
  • Age : 20 - 99

PARTENAIRE

Chantier en partenariat avec l’Association pour l’éducation et l’entraide des enfants qui a été créée en 1998. Cette association gère deux écoles (une à Mbour et une dans le village de Malicounda à 5km de Mbour) accueille quelques 400 enfants âgés de 3 à 19 ans qui ne sont pas scolarisés dans le système scolaire public. Plusieurs niveaux scolaires sont organisés allant du jardin d’enfants jusqu’au CM2. L’objectif de l’association est ainsi de faciliter l’accès de ces enfants à un cycle plus ou moins complet d’éducation de base .Certains d’entre eux peuvent ensuite intégrer le système éducatif officiel et éventuellement entrer au collège. Il est important de préciser que cette école est franco-arabe de confession coranique, ce qui signifie que les élèves apprennent également l’arabe et un maître coranique leur enseigne le Coran.

TRAVAIL

Projet éducatif pour une durée d’un mois ou plus pendant toute l’année (sauf l’été) au sein d’une association scolarisant des enfants en situation difficile et située à M’bour, petite ville côtière à 80 km au sud de Dakar. Les volontaires animeront et enseigneront ou assisteront un professeur dans les classes (pendant l’année scolaire) ou feront du soutien scolaire pendant l’été et de l’animation pour des classes allant de la maternelle au CM2.

LOGEMENT &NOURRITURE

Les volontaires seront hébergés en famille chez la directrice de l’école à Mbour. Il y a une chambre pour les garçons et une pour les filles. Au delà de 5 personnes, les volontaires seront logés à proximité de la maison de la directrice. Bien entendu les repas seront partagés avec la famille. situation &loisirs

SITUATION

Mbour, ville côtière à 80 km au sud de Dakar.

BESOIN SPéCIAL

Age minimum : 20 ans. Profil : de préférence, des personnes ayant une expérience de l’enseignement et/ou de l’animation (joindre une lettre de motivation). Il est important que les volontaires préparent des activités avant même de se rendre sur place. Frais supplémentaires à régler sur place, 300 € en espèces. Accueil à l’aéroport de Dakar, transfert pour Mbour inclus dans les frais supplémentaires. Les frais de transfert Mbour-Dakar à la fin du chantier, sont à la charge des volontaires. Chantier accueillant uniquement des volontaires français ou francophones.

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29.Jan - 10.Feb 2018
Ho chi minh , Vietnam

KY QUANG PAGODA -HO CHI MINH

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • SOCI
  • KIDS
  • MANU
  • VPVS18-06
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 200.00 EUR
Frais supp : 250.00 USD
  • Code : VPVS18-06
  • Dispo : 4M / 5F (Total Part 9)
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 99

PARTENAIRE

Ky Quang Pagoda was built in the early part of the 20th Century in 1924 and is quite famous in Ho Chi Minh City. The pagoda is now a place of charity for unlucky children and also helps treat diseases. Now, the pagoda is taking care and bringing up more than 200 children in the South of Vietnam.The children here have unfortunate backgrounds as many have been abandoned by their parents and relatives. Every few months, the monks find a new baby left in front of the pagoda gate. The head monk sometimes receives phone calls from hospitals requesting him to take in abandoned babies. At the moment, about 200 children are living in the Pagoda, their ages ranging from 5 days old to 40 years old. 90 of these are orphans/ abandoned that are suffering from cerebral palsy, blindness or Down’s syndrome.At present, about 30-40 local children have a chance to study for free at Ky Quang as some local teachers teach Vietnamese for them in the morning.

TRAVAIL

Volunteers will spend time with the children and help to improve their English, organize games and other activities for them. Volunteers will also do some manual work such as cleaning, renovation, etc depend on the need of orphanage/pagoda. Volunteers will get closer to the children’s lives? and try to build up a wider horizon for the children and encourage them to learn better for the brighter future. There is a possibility to support children with disability on the disabled children room.

LOGEMENT &NOURRITURE

VPV’ Dormitory in Sai Gon. Shared rooms. Sleeping on bunk-bed with mattress. Showers and toilets are available. WIFI free at volunteers’ house. Breakfast and dinner will be prepared by volunteers. Lunch is provided at the project.

SITUATION

Go Vap district, Ho Chi Minh city (or Sai Gon- Southern part of Vietnam). Vietnamese day, International day, self-organized city tour or excursions, etc.

BESOIN SPéCIAL

Interest and motivation working with children in difficult situation

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29.Jan - 10.Feb 2018
Baddi , Inde

WOMEN POWER

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • SOCI
  • RC-01/18
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150.00 EUR
Frais supp : 220.00 EUR
  • Code : RC-01/18
  • Dispo : 5M / 5F (Total Part 10)
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 80

PARTENAIRE

The project shall be organised by RUCHI directly in coordination with village social organisations.

TRAVAIL

This projects aims to empower women by helping them to gain confidence, recognize and demand their rights and most importantly start being an earning member of family. The volunteer is expected to better understand the role a typical women has in our society. They will also be attending meetings of Self-help Groups (SHGs) and interact with women to better understand their plight assist them to be economically independent. Additional activities will include learning of various developmental issues and solutions. They will visit various humanitarian projects and interact with the villagers.

LOGEMENT &NOURRITURE

Volunteers will live in the RUCHI campus in shared accommodation. Only basic amenities will be available with library facilities. Asian squat type toilet and English WC will be available. Vegetarian food will be served. A cook will be there but volunteers are expected to help him and occasionally cook their own meals and self-management is required. Sleeping bags are also necessary.

SITUATION

Ruchi campus which is located near Bandh village. It is 30 km from Kalka and 60 km from Chandigarh. Bandh village is small located in interior mountainous area and the volunteers will have a unique opportunity to live with nature in a peaceful environment. RUCHI campus is one km. from the village. Self organized city tours and excursions. Old Sikh and Hindu temples in the near vicinity can be visited. Nearby Kasauli town is another hill station as a tourist attraction. A visit to Shimla will offer an opportunity to see high Himalayan Mountains.

BESOIN SPéCIAL

Interest in gender related work and issues with a sharing and learning ability, High motivation.

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30.Jan - 30.Apr 2018
Tallinn , Estonie

LANGUAGE SCHOOL IN DOWN TOWN

  • Moyen terme 3-6 mois
  • KIDS
  • EST MTV 01
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150.00 EUR
Frais supp : 150.00 EUR

Remarque

NB! Dates of this project are flexible and can be adapted to volunteer's actual availability.

  • Code : EST MTV 01
  • Dispo : COMPLET (Total Part 2)
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 30

PARTENAIRE

The Language school In Down-Town is a well-known school in Tallinn, Estonia. In this school both youngsters and adults learn different languages: Estonian, English, French, German, Spanish. Except of language lessons students also have chance to attend Conversational Club “Listen Twice”, where they can practice their language skills, participate in workshops, communicate with other kids and volunteers. Volunteers work with any kid or teen of Tallinn city who wants to join the club activities on the regular or time-to-time visit basis. However, the majority of club members are the junior students of the Language School In Down-Town NGO who belongs to main three target groups- children of 7 to 10 years old, teens aged 11 to 16 and young adults. About 100 schoolchildren of Tallinn city may attend different club sessions or activities during the week and also on Saturdays. The majority belongs to the Russian-speaking community. Basic project activities take place in the venue of The Language School In Down-Town.

TRAVAIL

Volunteers are expected to support activities of the “Listen Twice” Conversational Club and International Summer Language Camps which lie within the multicultural education and cross-cultural learning activities as well as participate in the school’s activities, communicate closely with teens and kids, co-operate with the In Down-Town teachers staff, become the leaders of social or cultural or applied language and art or media projects for teens. Among the activities volunteers will carry on are: – Conducting the club sessions and being the leader of teenagers’ cross- or multicultural projects, – Assisting the teens and helping them with ideas for their educational projects within the In Down-Town curriculum framework, – Preparing and conducting the activities in the subject of the students projects, competitions, sub-projects or theme presentations, – Organizing team works, group discussions, excursions, informal study visits, tours, picnics, holiday events, some special events for the school’s students, etc. – Developing new club trends and workshops, – Assisting in club’s office work as well as in public promotion, – Helping in other required though relevant activities, – Being working participants or even leaders of one or two International Kids and Teens Camps in English and in German or French or Spanish, – When needed assisting the kids during classes. The educational club work in multicultural issues is organized though three main club workshops- Handicraft

LOGEMENT &NOURRITURE

In the specially rented furnished apartments in the residential area of Tallinn. Apartment is shared with other volunteers or school teachers. All facilities are provided. No need for a sleeping bag (unless you want to travel in your free time). Volunteers have to prepare meals themselves, however School will be giving food money at the end of each service month. Monthly card for public transport will be provided as well.

SITUATION

The project is located in city centre of Tallinn, the capital of Estonia. More information on www.tallinn.ee There are a lot of possibilities for leisure time activities as camp takes place in the capital where one can find attractions for all tastes: sightseeing and museums, festivals, concerts, live music, pubs, etc. The camp provides an excellent opportunity to establish contacts with young Estonians and to experience the local life.

BESOIN SPéCIAL

You have to be really motivated to work with kids. Experience in work with children is an advantage. All interesting ideas of activities for kids, games etc. are welcomed. Please bring some materials, postcards, symbols of your country, posters, maps, music, etc. typical for your country. We expect active volunteers with excellent communication skills, good knowledge of history and culture of their country and ability to present it. Main requirements: – Motivation letter – B2 English level -Age 20 – 30 years old Please note: Before final answer about your participation, project manager of hosting project will have Skype interview with you. PARTICIPATION FEE Project participation fee is 150 Euro. This is a single fee covering the whole period of stay.

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31.Jan - 10.Feb 2018
Reykjavik , Islande

SUSTAINABLE LIVING IN REYKJAVIK AND THE WF FARM

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • RENO
  • ENVI
  • STUDY
  • ART
  • WF302
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150.00 EUR
Frais supp : 250.00 EUR

Remarque

Perfect camp to enjoy farm life and also the city of Reykjavik

  • Code : WF302
  • Dispo : 1M (Total Part 10)
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 70

PARTENAIRE

Reykjavik is a city full of energy, just waiting for you to experience it. Powered by heat from the earth below, with ever-changing weather sweeping across the landscape, its natural features are matched by the energy of its residents. Think of the denominators of a great city – fun, culture, nature, clean air – Reykjavik has them in spades. All the advantages of a modern, forward-looking society are complemented by the beautiful natural setting. In a country of only just over 300,000 people, the Reykjavik capital area has a population of about 200,000. However, since it’s the only major city in the country, Reykjavik has a lot of the amenities that you would only expect to find in a much larger center elsewhere in the world. Reykjavik is the world’s northernmost capital city and is centered on the Seltjarnarnes Peninsula. Arrive at the right time of year, and in favourable conditions you will see the city’s skyline silhouetted against the glowing, shimmering curtain of the aurora borealis, also known as the northern lights which can be seen from September until the end of April. Reykjavik is framed by the majestic Mt. Esja and the blue waters of Faxafloi Bay to the north, while rugged lava-fields spread to the southeast. On a clear sunny day, the Snaefellsjökull glacier glitters on the western horizon like a crystal.

TRAVAIL

The organisation has a farmhouse on the outskirts of Reykjavik, 15 km from the center of the capital. Since the creation of Worldwide Friends, the organisation has been looking for an opportunity to set up a project that aims to promote sustainable living. Volunteers will do some renovation in the house and on the property and take care of the work in the farm. We have chickens, a cat, a greenhouse for growing herbs and vegetables and a piece of land where we grow potatoes, carrots and lettuce. Volunteers will help with all tasks related to the farm, as the work varies depending on the season. This year, we will also have special topics to discuss in the workcamps, such as “food waste”, “recycling” and “renewable energy”. The volunteers will also create documentaries, posters and brochures related to sustainable living, which will be introduced to children in Reykjavik.

LOGEMENT &NOURRITURE

Worldwide Friends volunteers will be staying in our house in Sveinsstadir, which is located on the outskirts of Reykjavik. This place is like a farm in the city, so you can enjoy pure nature and the city life of the capital at the same time. Volunteers need to bring their own sleeping bags and towels, but beds/mattresses and bed linens are provided. Wireless internet access is provided free of charge. Food is included for the duration of the workcamp, however, everyone is expected to do their fair share of the cooking and cleaning. Since it is always nice to try new and different dishes, volunteers are encouraged to bring along their favourite recipes (and spices) from home!

SITUATION

On weekends, the volunteers can enjoy Reykjavik‘s amazing nightlife, which is world-renowned for its wide array of bars, clubs, and concerts. WF Iceland will also organise reasonably-priced weekend excursions to some of the most popular, beautiful areas and natural wonders that Iceland can offer. Excursions include unique Icelandic sights, such as glacial lagoons, waterfalls, volcanic and geothermal areas, glaciers, geysers, lava forests, hot-springs, rhyolite mountain ranges, steam-vents or even icebergs. We will also focus on intercultural learning and exchange. Every evening, volunteers from different countries will present their country of origin and culture in an informal way. It can be a presentation, a game, theatre – the form of introduction is up to you! Therefore, we encourage you to bring along some food, photos or anything interesting related to your country for a fun and informative evening amongst other volunteers. This workcamp gives you the opportunity to spend an amazing time in Iceland with other international volunteers and to have an incredible experience where participants share their knowledge with each other while exploring creativity, environmental issues and intercultural learning.

BESOIN SPéCIAL

None

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01.Feb - 14.Feb 2018
Semarang , Indonésie

STREET CHILDREN MUSIC CAMP

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • KIDS
  • EDU
  • IIWC1803
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150.00 EUR
Frais supp : 2750000.00 IDR

Remarque

target groups are the children. Be ready with lots of ideas and loves for children.

  • Code : IIWC1803
  • Dispo : 4M / 2F (Total Part 5)
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 99

PARTENAIRE

The workcamp will take place in Bangun Harjo village, which is located in Semarang City. This village is very close with Johar Market, the biggest traditional market in Semarang. Most of the local people there live in low economic standard. The condition of houses area is dirty and due to (penurunan tanah) issue in Semarang it can be flooded by sea water in daily basis even thou it is not regularly. In this less advantage condition the children living in this area make money in the street even some of them do not go to school. In cooperation with one local NGO name ASA Rumah Pintar Bangjo which has one shelter for the street children around Johar market IIWC would like to support the NGO’s activity through an international workcamp.

TRAVAIL

The main activities in Semarang Street Children Camp will deal with manual activities of teaching and playing with children such as making handicraft, necklace, or small something easy to get and possibly arts or music as well as collaborating with local people like sharing the culture. As a part of this project, school visit and university visit, we will visit some schools/university to campaign the street children project and cultural exchange. These activities really need strong motivation and physic. The detailed activities are broken down into the tentative schedule which will be sent together with welcoming email from the work camp leaders directly.

LOGEMENT &NOURRITURE

The volunteers will stay in IIWC Volunteer house Semarang with shared toilet and bathroom, sleeping bag and mattress needed, self cooking. IIWC volunteers house Semarang is located more or less 6 km away from the workcamp project site. The group of the volunteers will take public car together to reach the workcamp site almost every day.

SITUATION

Semarang City, Central Java Indonesia.

BESOIN SPéCIAL

Participation fee of STV and VSTV Projects should be paid upon arrival. It is usually after orientation session from IIWC staff or Camp Leader

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01.Feb - 24.Feb 2018
Ouagadougou , Burkina faso

SOUTIEN SCOLAIRE

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • KIDS
  • SJB/A5
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150.00 EUR
Frais supp : 275.00 EUR

Remarque

frais supplémentaires à régler sur place 275 €, soutien scolaire au primaire ou au secondaire Lisez les informations spécifiques

  • Code : SJB/A5
  • Dispo : 5M / 5F (Total Part 10)
  • Langue du Projet : FRA / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 99

PARTENAIRE

1. Historique : SOLIDARITE JEUNESSE est une organisation non gouvernementale dont le siège se trouve à OUAGADOUGOU. Elle est née (1990) de la volonté d?un groupe de jeunes. Elle se fixe comme objectif principal de mener et d?appuyer toute activité visant à l?épanouissement des populations dans les différents villages et contribuer à une meilleure protection de l?environnement. Elle entend y parvenir à travers certaines activités, notamment les chantiers (plus de 150 volontaires par an toutes nationalités confondues) de reboisements, les campagnes d?alphabétisation, les activités inter – culturelles et les séminaires débats. 2. Nos statuts : – Nos statuts sont déposés au Ministère de l’Administration Territoriale et enregistrés sous le n°94-127/MAT/SG/DGAT/ DLPAJ du 13 Mai 1994. 3. Principales activités : – Lutte contre la désertification, Lutte contre le SIDA et les MST, – Promotion de la femme dans le développement, – Collecte de matériel scolaire et de médicament, – Construction d’écoles et de maternités -Soutien scolaire

TRAVAIL

Présentation: Un chantier regroupe environ 5 à 10 volontaires de diverses nationalités durant deux à quatre semaines. La vie du groupe est auto-organisée par une prise en charge collective de la vie quotidienne. Les chantiers constituent pour les volontaires venus de tous les continents, une occasion unique d’échanges et de partages : La rencontre de différentes cultures. 3. Nationalités sur les Chantiers Tous les chantiers organisés sont "internationaux" : toute personne de quelque pays que ce soit peut participer à n?importe quel chantier. 4. Langues Parlées sur les Chantiers Les langues pratiquées sont le Français et l’anglais. TRAVAIL : Pendant l’année scolaire, une mission éducation au primaire ou secondaire consiste à intervenir en renfort pour soutenir les maitres en donnant des cours de soutien scolaire sur des disciplines précises en fonction des besoins relevés par les enseignants selon les compétences des bénévoles. En été vous allez donner des cours de soutien en : de français, de langues vivantes, ou de sciences. Il s?agira également d’organiser des activités de sensibilisation sur les thèmes de la santé, de l?éducation et de l?environnement.

LOGEMENT &NOURRITURE

Hébergement : Très modeste, il est organisé en fonction de ce qui est disponible sur place: Une école, sous des tentes ou autre local aménagé à cet effet. Quel que soit le type d?hébergement, n’oubliez pas votre duvet.

SITUATION

Situé à l’intérieur de la boucle du NIGER, mais étroitement relié au GOLF DE GUINEE par l’intermédiaire du grand fleuve volta, le Burkina Faso est un pays sahélien enclavé de 274.000 Km² et distant de 800 km de la mer. Les pays frontaliers sont : NIGER, MALI, COTE-D’IVOIRE, BENIN, TOGO, GHANA. Le pays compte 14.600.000 habitants, dont 90 % vivent en milieu rural avec un taux de scolarisation de 22 %. Le climat appartient à deux saisons contrastées ; une saison humide et une saison sèche plus longue au fur et à mesure qu’on va vers le nord. Le BURKINA FASO est confronté à la désertification qui entraîne la disparition des espèces végétales, la raréfaction des points et retenues d’eau.

BESOIN SPéCIAL

Frais supplémentaires à régler sur place 275 €

1. Historique

“ SOLIDARITE JEUNESSE ” est une organisation non gouvernementale dont le siège se trouve à OUAGADOUGOU. Elle est née (1990) de la volonté d'un groupe de jeunes. Elle se fixe comme objectif principal de mener et d'appuyer toute activité visant à l'épanouissement des populations dans les différents villages et contribuer à une meilleure protection de l'environnement. Elle entend y parvenir à travers certaines activités, notamment les chantiers (plus de 150 volontaires par an toutes nationalités confondues) de reboisements, les campagnes d'alphabétisation, les activités inter – culturelles et les séminaires débats.

2. Nos statuts : Nos statuts sont déposés au Ministère de l’Administration Territoriale et enregistrés sous le n°94-127/MAT/SG/DGAT/DLPAJ. du 13 Mai 1994.

3. Principales activités
– Lutte contre la désertification, Lutte contre le SIDA et les MST,
– Promotion de la femme dans le développement,
– Collecte de matériel scolaire et de médicament,

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03.Feb - 10.Feb 2018
Ha noi , Vietnam

TRADITIONAL NEW YEAR FOR POOR CHILDREN

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • SOCI
  • KIDS
  • FEST
  • SJV1711
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150.00 EUR
  • Code : SJV1711
  • Dispo : 8M / 7F (Total Part 15)
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 99

PARTENAIRE

SJ VIETNAM

TRAVAIL

T?t ([tet??] or [t??t??]), or Vietnamese New Year, is the most important celebration in Vietnamese culture. The word is a shortened form of T?t Nguyên ?án (Nôm: ???), which is Sino-Vietnamese for "Feast of the First Morning of the First Day". T?t celebrates the arrival of spring based on the Vietnamese variation of the Chinese lunisolar calendar, which usually has the date falling between the months of January or February Volunteers will make traditional Chung cakes and prepare special performances and gifts for the disadvantaged people.

LOGEMENT &NOURRITURE

Volunteers will stay at the dormitory with basic conditions. Breakfast and dinner will be provided at accommodation, only lunch at local restaurant near project site.

SITUATION

You will have free time during the evenings and the weekends to spend as you please. During those free moments you can travel to discover further wonders of Vietnam! Located in northern Vietnam, Hanoi is the capital of the country with a population of seven million. The city is a thousand years old and follows the banks of the Red River. Hanoi counts many colorful districts including the French styled Old Quarter near Hoan Kiem lake, the modern New Quarter, and the more touristy Tay Ho area…

BESOIN SPéCIAL

Info materials and pictures of your country, toys and activities materials for the children if you have.

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04.Feb - 16.Feb 2018
Kathmandu , Nepal

LIBRARY CAMP

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • SOCI
  • KIDS
  • MANU
  • EDU
  • VINWC18-03
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150.00 EUR
Frais supp : 200.00 EUR

Remarque

The participation fee 200 Euros (+30 Euro for transportation) is to be paid on your arrivals at VIN Office or upon booking the placement by Paypal or bank transfer.

  • Code : VINWC18-03
  • Dispo : 7M / 8F (Total Part 16)
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 75

PARTENAIRE

VIN NEPAL

TRAVAIL

Clean and maintain the library. Arrangement of resources in the library and record them in proper order. Paint and decorate the library room. Conduct the session with children and teachers for the proper use of library. Organize different reading or writing activities with children in relation to use of library.

LOGEMENT &NOURRITURE

The volunteers will stay with the host family/hostel identified by VIN. The living facilities are simple and basic. Male and female Volunteers will share the same living area with separate rooms. There will be 3-5 persons in one room. Volunteers are required to sleep on the simple beds. Please bring your sleeping bag.

SITUATION

Location: Tarakeshwor : Tarakeshwor municipality lies on Kathmandu District. It is around 10-15 km from main ring road to Balaju, Kathmandu covered with hills, fields and woods. — Leisure Activities: VIN takes you a half day cultural sightseeing. Either before, during or after your workcamp, there exists the options to undertake VIN-organized tour to Nepal’s nearby attractions. Airport : Tribhuwan International Airport, Kathmandu

BESOIN SPéCIAL

Basic English should be spoken among participants with basic computer skill

2005 by a diverse group drawn from development workers, educationalists, social activists and other
professionals.
VIN’s mission is to empower marginalised communities, with a focus on women and children,
through enhanced educational programs and community training to promote equality, economic
well-being and basic human rights.
Community Focused Programmes
VIN has a main community based pilot project in Jitpur, a rural community 11km from Kathmandu city.
The area was chosen because of its geographical location, lack of development agencies, people
interest, and its development needs. VIN has established 4 key programmes in Jitpur:
 Women’s Empowerment
 Children’s Development
ï‚· Youth Development
ï‚· Community Health
The organization’s objective is for these programmes to be run by the Jitpur community (independently of
VIN) by 2012. Our community volunteering projects are based on around above 4 major programmes.
Out of Community Support Programmes
VIN runs a number of other volunteer placement programmes not directly related to the Jitpur community
but indirectly these programmes still contribute to our main programs. The programmes include:
ï‚· Teaching English at Buddhist monasteries / nunneries
ï‚· International journalism
ï‚· Environment, conservation and agro forestry
ï‚· Orphanage support
ï‚· Working with disable people (e.g., deaf, elderly)

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04.Feb - 28.Feb 2018
Ouagadougou , Burkina faso

SOUTIEN SCOLAIRE

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • EDU
  • AFM/C02-2018
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150.00 EUR
Frais supp : 300.00 EUR

Remarque

Frais supplémentaires à régler sur place, 300 €. Lisez les informations spécifiques

  • Code : AFM/C02-2018
  • Dispo : 2M / 3F (Total Part 5)
  • Langue du Projet : FRA / FRA
  • Age : 18 - 99

PARTENAIRE

FRATERNITE MONDE est une organisation non gouvernementale ; apolitique non syndicale, laïque à but non lucratif dont le siège se trouve à Ouagadougou. Elle est née (en 2007) de la volonté d’un groupe de jeunes Burkinabés. Elle se fixe comme objectif principal, l’aide à l’amélioration des conditions d’enseignement au Burkina Faso en ville comme en campagne. Elle entend y parvenir à certaines activités, notamment les chantiers d’alphabétisations, de constructions, de reboisements, de sensibilisations, les activités interculturelles, les séminaires et conférences débats

TRAVAIL

PRESENTATION : Au Burkina l’école est obligatoire pour les enfants. Par manque de moyens les parents laissent les enfants à la maison. OBJECTIF : il consiste à donner des cours de soutien scolaire à des élèves de la classes primaires et du secondaire (8 à 14 ans). Ce soutien scolaire vise à aider les élèves pendant les vacances à relever leur niveau afin de bien préparer la prochaine rentrée scolaire. Les élèves sont informés de notre présence durant les vacances, ils sont heureux de pouvoir participer à ces cours. Ils sont très nombreux. TRAVAIL SUR PLACE : Durant les matinées seront dispensés : Cours de français, math, histoire, géo biologie, anglais, dessins.

LOGEMENT &NOURRITURE

En dortoir, il se fait dans une des salles de l’école, nous proposons lorsque vous arrivez d’acheter des petits matelas, l’hébergement est modeste. L’hygiène : Nous avons des toilettes dans l’école ainsi qu’un local douche (au seau).

SITUATION

Dans école à Ouagadougou, au Nord-Est de la ville. L’après-midi est dédiée au temps libre : sorties, repos et visites. Nous proposons des sorties touristiques, des rencontres avec la population locale, des visites de bâtiments, des marchés, à votre demande. Nous souhaitons aussi vous faire partager notre culture musicale et artistique. Le soir nous vous proposons des sorties, des feux de camps, des activités musicales, des jeux.

BESOIN SPéCIAL

Frais supplémentaires à régler sur place de 300 €. Tous les frais de transport sont à la charge des participants. Si possible, apporter des livres, des jeux.

2-NOS STATUTS
Nos statuts sont déposés au ministère de l’administration territoriale et de la décentralisation ; Référence : LOIE N°10/92/ADP du 15 Décembre 1992 RECIPISSE N°2009 / 486/ MATD/SG/DGLPAP/DOASOC.

3-PRINCIPALES ACTIVITES
SOUTIEN SCOLAIRE
CONSTRUCTION/RENOVATION
CAMPS DE REBOISEMENT
SENSIBILISATION SUR CERTAINES MALADIES
ANIMATION/ECHANGE CULTUREL

4-UNE EQUIPE

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05.Feb - 19.Feb 2018
Hveragerdi , Islande

HVERAGERDI – HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • ENVI
  • MANU
  • WF03
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150.00 EUR
Frais supp : 250.00 EUR

Remarque

This has been our most popular camp in the last years

  • Code : WF03
  • Dispo : 2M (Total Part 10)
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 70

PARTENAIRE

Hveragerði is a small town of about 1,700 inhabitants that lies some 45 km east of Reykjavík. This friendly little community sits on top of a highly active geothermal field, which provides heat for hundreds of greenhouses where fruit, flowers and vegetables are produced throughout the year. Even bananas grow in these greenhouses! The name Hveragerði means ‘hot springs garden.’ Geothermal energy is Hveragerði’s lifeblood, and you probably won’t find such a natural wonder in the middle of a populated area anywhere else in the world. Nearby you will find an even more geothermally active site: Gufudalur, the lovely ‘Steam Valley’ behind the town. This whole valley is full of hot springs, geysers, mud pots, fumaroles and steaming vents. Our host is a non-profit organisation called the NLFI Rehabilitation and Health Clinic, which is a part of the Natural Health Association of Iceland. Every year approximately 2,000 patients and other guests enjoy their diverse rehabilitation programs, which are focused on an approach that builds self-confidence and personal responsibility for the patients’ own health. The clinic has earned a solid reputation, both in Iceland and internationally, since its foundation in 1955 for personal and effective care of patients. It is one of the two most important rehabilitation clinics in Iceland. In the last years this ongoing camp has been the most popular camp in our organisation.

TRAVAIL

The Natural Health Association has a horticultural and environmental department, including forestry, gardening, and greenhouses, which is where Worldwide Friends volunteers work most of the time. Volunteers will help with growing the tomatoes, cucumbers and making tea made of Icelandic herbs and also do some environmental work around the property. The nature of the work depends largely on weather conditions, which can change quickly. Volunteers should bring clothes appropriate for outdoor work, but also clothes for working inside the warm greenhouses. Working hours are usually from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and volunteers will have a one-hour lunch break.

LOGEMENT &NOURRITURE

Worldwide Friends volunteers will be staying in a fully equipped bungalow consisting of several double bedrooms and a living room. Volunteers need to bring their own sleeping bag, but beds and sheets are provided. Wireless internet access is provided free of charge. All meals are provided and cooked by our hosts, the Rehabilitation and Health Clinic. The menu for the project is primarily vegetarian, but two times a week it includes locally-caught fish. The food at the Rehabilitation and Health Clinic is known throughout Iceland for its high quality. The standard of food and accommodation does not get better than in this camp.

SITUATION

Worldwide Friends volunteers have free access to the local geothermally-heated swimming pool. Traditionally, natural pools have played an important social role in Icelandic culture. Most Icelandic pools offer indoor and outdoor swimming, as well as hot tubs and saunas or steam rooms. Hveragerði is known for having great areas for hiking, including the hot river in Reykjadalur. WF Iceland will also organise reasonably-priced weekend excursions to some of the most popular, beautiful areas and natural wonders that Iceland can offer. Excursions include unique Icelandic sights, such as glacial lagoons, waterfalls, volcanic and geothermal areas, glaciers, geysers, lava forests, hot-springs, rhyolite mountain ranges, steam-vents or even icebergs. We will also focus on intercultural learning and exchange. Every evening, volunteers from different countries will present their country of origin and culture in an informal way. It can be a presentation, a game, theatre – the form of introduction is up to you! Therefore, we encourage you to bring along some food, photos or anything interesting related to your country for a fun and informative evening amongst other volunteers. This workcamp gives you the opportunity to spend an amazing time in Iceland with other international volunteers and to have an incredible experience where participants share their knowledge with each other while exploring creativity, environmental issues and intercultural learning.

BESOIN SPéCIAL

None

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05.Feb - 15.Feb 2018
Bali , Indonésie

WONDERFUL BALI

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • RENO
  • EDU
  • CULT
  • DJ-1712
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150.00 EUR
Frais supp : 320.00 EUR

Remarque

320 € or 5.280.000 IDR/camp (flat rate 1€ : 16.500 IDR). It covers food, accommodation, materials and local transport during the project. The fee must be paid in CASH upon arrival. Failure of full payment upon arrival, the participant is not allowed to join the project for any reason.

  • Code : DJ-1712
  • Dispo : 5M / 5F (Total Part 10)
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 40

PARTENAIRE

Bali Island is popular as the island of gods and very famous with culture and nature attraction. Dejavato decides to conduct the project in the west part of Bali Island and it can be reached for 3 hours by car or bus from Denpasar. It is not like in the east part of Bali island that put tourism industry as the main income, but it has more rice farm and plantation also the biggest fish commodity in Bali island that produce various kind of fishes that also exported to other countries. It has a busy seaport in Gilimanuk as a gateway that connecting Bali and Java island through Bali sea. Since most of the area is mountainous and it consists of primary monsoon forest, it has west Bali national park with the total area of 19.000 ha as the important place for conserving rare and endangered animals like birds, cattle as well as rare plants. In collaborating with Educational Department Affairs, Dejavato has conducted several workcamp projects at local schools since 2010 as main activity at school from 7 am until 1 pm, Monday to Saturday. We accommodate the need from local students to have opportunity to interact with foreigners and increasing communication ability among students and teachers.

TRAVAIL

The volunteers will assist to help teachers to teach students simple basic English and introduce some English kids songs. The volunteers will also do simple renovation to the school such as making bookshelf for a library and painting the classroom. They will also involve in other activities like cultural exchange and playing with the kids after the school hour in several extracurricular such as sport, art, scout, music and traditional dance. On the day 9th to 11th the volunteers will have special cultural activities in Denpasar and cultural attraction in Bali. They will learn and practice local tradition or custom and doing activity to support local people to protect and conserve the local culture.

LOGEMENT &NOURRITURE

The volunteers will be accommodated in local host family (basic conditions, sleeping bag and mat needed), where they will also receive food. Prefer no vegan (strict vegetarian). During special cultural activity in Denpasar, the volunteers will stay at the local accommodation for two nights.

SITUATION

During free time, the volunteers will have the chance to visit the diverse exciting attraction in Jembrana. The volunteers may visit beaches, temples, handicraft making centre or traditional market.

BESOIN SPéCIAL

The volunteers should accept all the rules and condition of the project. Volunteer is recommended NOT to buy flight ticket at least 2 months before the project start, to avoid the cancellation of the project due to lack of participant. Please contact and confirm again to the organization for last update information. The project will be run ONLY if the minimum participants are 4 people.

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