Stagiu de voluntariat in Dodowa, Ghana

Asociatia Millennium Center implementeaza proiectul “Key Nests 4 Children” in Dodowa, Ghana impreuna cu organizatia partenera din Olanda – “Stichting NeViSo” care prevede trimiterea unui nr. total de 26 de voluntari romani si olandezi in stagii de voluntariat de 3, 6 si 12 luni in Dodowa, Ghana. Activitati: campanie de cercetare, campanie de informare, activitati non-formale cu copii si tinerii, actiuni de fundraising. Deadline: 10.02.2012. Pentru mai multe detalii despre proiect va rugam sa consultati descrierea de mai jos sau sa ne contactati la adresa de e-mail: sending.mc@gmail.com.

DESCRIERE STAGIU DE VOLUNTARIAT

Proiect EVS „Key Nests 4 Children” in Dodowa, Ghana

Înaintea începerii completării dosarului de aplicație pentru acest proiect, vă rugăm să aveți în vedere faptul că în urma acestei etape va exista o preselecție a participanților, urmată de un interviu și o probă finală ce se va desfășura la sediul nostru din Arad. De aceea vă rugăm să aveți în vedere faptul că în eventualitatea în care veți fi selecționat(ă) în etapa urmatoare, costurile aferente prezentării la interviu și proba finală vor fi acoperite în totalitate de către fiecare candidat în parte. Cei selecționati in final vor avea parte si de o sesiune de pregatire formata din mai multe module ce se vor organiza tot in Arad si care vor avea o durata de pana la 2 saptamani intr-un interval de timp de 1 luna inainte de plecarea in stagiul de voluntariat. De asemenea, se solicita candidatilor o disponibilitate mai ridicata in ceea ce priveste timpul acordat altor proceduri adiacente participarii cum ar fi obtinerea vizelor, administrarea vaccinurilor etc. Va rugam insistent sa aveti in vedere toate aceste aspecte inainte de a aplica.

* 6 voluntari

  • Inceput stagiu: 01/04/2012
  • Sfarsit de stagiu:01/07/2012
  • Organizatie gazda:Sekam Trust International
  • Deadline: 10.02.2012
  • Locatie: Dodowa, Ghana

Descrierea proiectului:

The main topics are youth participation into preventing child labour and exploitation of children through work by engaging non-formal education measures meant to give children and their families support in finding alternatives for spending free time while making space to safe personal development of the children and intercultural dialogues between European and African cultures.

 

Sarcinile voluntarilor (linii generale):

– design and implement a research campaign regarding opinions and perceptions of child labour’s situation (3 months between 01.04.2012 – 01.07.2012)

*study visits to check the environment related to the child labour, plan the approach (methods/instruments/means) of the main stakeholders in cooperation with HO-SO-CO; meetings with stakeholders entitled with power on child protection; take interviews; explore archives and data made available by local stakeholders from communities such as: Dodowa, Somanya, Madina, Adenta, Tema , Ashiaman, Sege, Akplabanya, Wokumagbe, Songornya, Kasseh, Battor, Kpong, Doryumu, Accra and Kordiabe; take testimonials from child labourers; process video materials and turn them into 1 documentary on factors contributing to child labour in Ghana (Dodowa); process foto materials with child labourer and their family to make at least 10 post cards/volunteer/month to be uploaded on electronic platforms to raise funds for the initiatives of the after school activities after the end of the EVS services; prepare a final report on the activity developed in GH.

 

Procedura de selectie (prima faza):

 

– Application form

– Curriculum Vitae (Europass), Intent Letter + Photo

– ~ 80% youngsters (out of 16) with fewer opportunities (please see below the description)

Young people with fewer opportunities are young people that are at a disadvantage compared to their peers because they face one or more of the situations and obstacles mentioned in the non-exhaustive list below. In certain contexts, these situations or obstacles prevent young people from having effective access to formal and non-formal education, trans-national mobility and participation, active citizenship, empowerment and inclusion in society at large.

Social obstacles: young people facing discrimination because of gender, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, disability, etc.; young people with limited social skills or anti-social or risky sexual behaviours; young people in a precarious situation; (ex-)offenders, (ex-)drug or alcohol abusers; young and/or single parents; orphans; young people from broken families.

Economic obstacles: young people with a low standard of living, low income, dependence on social welfare system; in long-term unemployment or poverty; young people who are homeless, young people in debt or with financial problems.

Disability: young people with mental (intellectual, cognitive, learning), physical, sensory or other disabilities.

Educational difficulties: young people with learning difficulties; early school-leavers and school dropouts; lower qualified persons; young people with poor school performance.

Cultural differences: young immigrants or refugees or descendants from immigrant or refugee families; young people belonging to a national or ethnic minority; young people with linguistic adaptation and cultural inclusion problems.

Health problems: young people with chronic health problems, severe illnesses or psychiatric conditions; young people with mental health problems.

 Geographical obstacles: young people from remote or rural areas; young people living on small islands or peripheral regions; young people from urban problem zones; young people from less serviced areas (limited public transport, poor facilities, abandoned villages).

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