Deseo colaborar y aportar un poco, fomentar un cambio positivo para que el transcurso de la vida sea más alegre
Sport volunteer in the FIFA World Cup, Brazil 2014. Sports are a great tool to integrate people from different countries and cultures.
Many actions of Saber Dividir, the volunteer program of Shell Brasil. We worke in partneer with NGO's and institutions.
Under the Same Sky- a World for All kinds of Hearing.
Back in April, 2015, a group of students from HKUST Connect (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology) initiated the action of getting hearing impaired children more access to daily English (Second language to Hong Kong people). Deaf children face many challenges in learning English from school, not to mention the skills to use it. Through the weekends service, the university students successfully delivered some interactive games and workshop, which are conducted fully in English to the deaf children. The service has brought the deaf children chances to use English, and raised some HK students' awareness on deaf children issue in the city.
I am a social worker who works on education in health.
My orgnization name is (HEARS ) Health Education Awarness Reforms Society Voluntary Working.
EngAyde is a group of concerned Sierra Leoneans, dedicated to developing a reliable and trustworthy one-stop-shop online platform that is focused on connecting, catalysing, and influencing decisions and actions to help bring a swift end to the Ebola crisis and its long term effect on Sierra Leone. In relation to influencing, we also consider ourselves to be an advisory/advocacy group that applies pressure where necessary
To positively inform and influence as well as offer practical coordination support to Sierra Leoneans and friends of Sierra Leone who wish to take direct action to bring a swift end to the Ebola crisis and its long term effect on Sierra Leone.
The name ‘EngAyde’ is derived from a well-known Krio saying which means ‘let’s put our heads together’. This group’s aim is to do just that by working in conjunction with affiliate partners to help find practical solutions to end this brutal crisis that is threatening to tear up the economic and social fabric of Sierra Leone. The group came together following a series of Facebook group discussions in late July 2014. After weeks of talking, planning and waiting for something to happen, we decided to take the bull by the horns and respond to the nuanced interests of the Sierra Leonean community at home and abroad. We shall shine a light on all Sierra Leonean volunteering for Ebola related activities and events in the diaspora. We shall also unmask our volunteers for the very first time tomorrow for #IVD2014
Indigenous Community Volunteers (ICV) Perth Office, will be inviting volunteers to morning tea to celebrate the assistance they provide to Indigenous communities to support them to realise their dreams and goals.
-Organización y realización de talleres "Factores protectores para niños y adolescentes trabajadores de mercados en Managua"
-Talleres vivenciales de crecimiento personal
-Programa de reforestamiento con Hermanamiento Norwalk Nagarote
I'm a Psychology student and I'm very interested in humane issues. I have an special interest in community social issues/matters, as the improvment of the social welfare or the people's quality of life, and increasing their integration level in the social, familiar or laboral enviroment. Additionally. I'm interested in matters of poverty and social injustice.
IVD2013 in Tajikistan!!! On 5th December 2013, UN Volunteers in Tajikistan celebrated the International Volunteer Day (IVD) at the Central Park in Qurgonteppa, together with local and international NGOs and Tajik volunteers such as students and persons with disabilities in order to raise awareness of the importance of volunteering.
In Tajikistan, UN Volunteers carried out a Fundraising Fair on IVD together with the local NGOs Society of Persons with Disabilities in Qurganteppa and SWORDE-Teppa and the International NGOs AAR Japan, Handicap International and VSO.
We left Dushanbe at 7 am, and at that time it was already pouring down. The weather didn’t improve much during our two hours trip to Qurgonteppa, south of Dushanbe. Once in the town we were greeted by our fellow UN Volunteers Margje and Keiichi, who had spent the previous night already in Qurgonteppa for last-minute preparations, and a bunch of enthusiastic young volunteers.
Together we made our way to the public park in the centre of town and quickly set up everything. To every stand, there was one of us UN Volunteers, a student and a person with disability volunteer assigned. I was very impressed by the professionalism and energy of the volunteers. I had a lovely young lady and a motherly woman in her 50ies assigned to the Artist Corner, that I was in charge of. They were great!
Many children and young people enjoyed the fun games set up for them at the Central Park of Kurgan Teppa, especially the Sumo Wrestling. Some put a wish down at one of the wish trees, many expressed their drawing talent in the ‘Artist’s Corner’ or by creating beautiful Origami. The beauty parlor was a big hit among the young girls, who got a haircut, make-up or a manicure with volunteers trained by AAR. At the garage sale, many of the older visitors were able to find hidden treasures, and the food stand was sold out within an hour.
Mohnisso, a mother of 2 children just visited the garage sale by chance. She said, “I am feeling as if God overheard my prayers because my children needed clothes!” While she was looking through the goods and clothes at the garage sale, her children were having a really good time by jumping on the bouncing castle and making animals from origami.
A girl called Zarina with disabilites said, "Now I understand I am not mcuh different from my friend. I want to study English so that I can work together for volunteering and volunteering is really fun!“.
All in all, apart from the rainy and cold weather, it was a great success. Young students experienced firsthand how to contribute to their community by volunteering and had the unique opportunity to work alongside persons with disabilities. A good example for what should be the norm: social inclusion of persons with disabilities – the most important message of the event. Norimasa Shimomura, UNDP Country Director in Tajikistan, stressed in his message for IVD, the importance of volunteering for young people in Tajikistan and added: “I hope that today’s event will inspire other young people to become a volunteer in their community.” It was the first time for UN Volunteers in Tajikistan to conduct an event in Khatlon province. Passions of volunteers made it possible to gather second-hand donations from colleagues in organizations and to work together to send the message to buid a society with persons with disabilities. Thanks to financial contribution and stable electricity from Qurganteppa City Khukumat, and thanks to supports from Khatlon Provicial Khukumat and Committee of Youth, Sports and Tourism, Civil organizations, young students and persons with disabilities united themselves to conduct the modestly tiny event but greate stride for promoting volunteerism in Qurganteppa. The raised amount was more than 2000 TJS, which was donated to the Society of Persons with Disabilities in Qurganteppa city. The Society is going to use the donation for clothes, walking sticks, thermoses, medicines, heater etc. Now, the Society and young students understood how to raise fund and how to work together voluntarily.
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