Providing Stationery and Educational Material for Local Orphanage and Get Dinner with Children.

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We are a group of four, going international to make the world more colourful under the name of "World Arts Connected".
We want to address social issues using every form of art and teach the next generations that, event hough they may not be ablrìe to change the world, they can change their lives.

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I and my friend started giving education to poor children in my town who are unable to get education from school. I helped them through my pocket money to buy books and we gave them note books and stationary also. Now they can read and write ;

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I was pleased to be part in one of the most interesting projects, an International Youth Training Course, organised by IDA TEAM. The name of the project was “Active Youth Participation” and took place in Bansko, Bulgaria from 13th -21st September 2013.
It was an international youth training course that gave the opportunity to 35 young people (youth workers, youth leaders, facilitators, activists, trainers) to develop their understanding of necessary conditions for youth participation and to increase their understanding of youth participation in its different dimensions: decision making, youth policy lobbying, NGYO’s programmes & activities.
The participants experienced typical challenges in youth participation projects and coaching groups of young people.
The project was organized by International Development Alliance, Bulgaria in partnership with 8 European youth organizations from the following countries: Romania, Estonia, Czech Republic, Latvia, Hungary, Greece, United Kingdom, Spain.
The aim of the training course was to improve the quality of youth participation projects in European countries by developing young people and youth workers competences in the field of project management and youth participation trough non-formal education training. The training course “Active Youth Participation” was realized with the financial support of the European Commission, "Youth in Action" Programme, Action 4.6. We spent 8 lovely days in Bansko, at Green Wood Hotel, with people from different countries and cultures, exchanging our experiences and working together in groups. We shared our good practices, opinions, educational tools, materials related to youth participation projects. We had the opportunity to design a youth participation project to implement as a follow-up of the training and worked with concrete tools and criteria to assess quality in participative projects.

http://delia1118.blogspot.ro/2013/09/active-youth-participation2013-best.html

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Volunteers are the lifeblood of most non-profit organizations and ANNISAA ORGANIZATION OF CANADA is no exception. Since our incorporation in March 2012, we would not have achieved the success we have had without the many dedicated volunteers who have offered their time, skills, and resources. ANNISAA ORGANIZATION OF CANADA offers a variety of volunteer opportunities including; administrative support, contributing to our newsletter, committee work, fundraising/special event coordination or organizing events. There are a variety of volunteer opportunities available to people of all ages. We invite anyone with an interest in their community to give us a call. BENEFITS OF VOLUNTEERING INCLUDE:

  • The good feeling of making a tangible difference
  • Training in office duties, community issues and communications
  • Volunteer hours for university co-op programs, high school or social programs

We currently require volunteers to do administrative work, such as making telephone calls and faxing documents. We also require volunteers interested in representing ANNISAA ORGANIZATION OF CANADA during events and/or distributing literature. Volunteers who would like to perform research on a particular topic, work on community development or help out with fundraising initiatives are also welcome.

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Online volunteer Agnieszka Joanna Stolarczyk from Poland played a major role in boosting the visibility and recognition of Noble Missions for Change Initiative (NMI), a Nigerian NGO that works to empower underprivileged children by providing them with information, skills and support for a healthy and productive livelihood:

http://goo.gl/CPBqsF

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Online volunteers from across the globe have been developing and teaching daily online classes in various subjects to around 200 children with visual or hearing disabilities across 8 cities in India for Ann Foundation.

More about them:at http://goo.gl/LltNKB

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In Pakistan there is utmost need of education emergency in our region South Asia especially girls’ education. There is gap between girls and boys educational achievement in Pakistan. In Pakistan, literacy ratio of women education, 40%, is very low as compare to other South Asian countries. I think focused more and more on girls’ education then we can produce literate women in future. Ultimate benefit of the girls’ education is for society and country which is facing lot of challenges due to illiteracy. Education will be the powerful tool for women development.

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My day job is academic coordinator for the educational opportunity fund program where I work with under-represented students to build their academic skills from admission to graduation. I have seen first hand the impact that a college education can have on the life of a student and I am committed to advocating for education rights for all people.

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Hola, he hecho de voluntaria en una comunidad que se conoce como zona de alto riesgo en la cual formamos a los chicos en valores, la tarea se vuelve compleja porque algunos padres no apoyan sin embargo han salido buenos resultados entre ellas unas chicas con las cuales compartimos hace diez años aproximadamente terminaron sus estudios de secundaria y ahora estudian en la universidad eso es un enorme logro teniendo como referente que en esta zona muchos de los chicos no terminan la primaria por trabajar y llevar sustento a sus casas. Sin embargo creo que ayudandoles en su educacion y siendo apoyo para ellos se puede hacer impacto en sus vidas. Priscila Mena

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