Oportunidad de voluntariado
Oportunidad de voluntariado publicado por: CADIP - Canadian Alliance for Development Initiatives and Projects
Publicado el: 27/11/2012
Volunteer project: International volunteers are invited in Gongcheng County to support the local population in different educational, renovation and environmental conservation projects.
The volunteers will work in village schools, organising educational and cultural exchange activities for the students to help them improve their English. Games will also be used as a tool for encouraging the kids to speak English. During school holidays (from mid January to the end of February and from mid July to the end of August), the volunteers will work with children in children centres.
Another task for the group will be the renovation and protection of some historic buildings in Gongcheng. This may involve repairing a stone road, clearing a yard or work on small gardens around the buildings, etc.
The volunteers will also help start a recycling bank in the area. First, they will help build and operate the recycling bank where the garbage can be separated or incinerated. Then the volunteers will run a campaign in the nearby villages about garbage separation and recycling, and the importance of keeping the environment clean. The volunteers can use their creativity and imagination to demonstrate that recycling can be fun, e.g making a fish from plastic bottle or paper, making a small flower from straw, making an apron from milk box. The group can also help to make recycle bins.
Project location: Gongcheng Yao Autonomous County is located in north-east of Guangxi Province, bordering on Yangshuo town to the west, 108 km away from Guilin city. There are 12 different minorities in this county: Yao, Han, Zhuang, Miao, Tong, Hui, etc., the largest being the Yao Minority with 163.000 people (57.34% of the whole population).
For more information: www.cadip.org/volunteer-in-china.htm
Enrollment and other similar volunteer projects: http://www.cadip.org
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