HOPE

Project Details

Code: SF-10
Start date: 01 ago 2017
End date: 10 ago 2017
Term: Workcamp (6-15 days)
Category: SOCIAL
Theme: DISA, KIDS
Country: Russian Federation
State: Smolensk
Airport: Smolensk
Minimum Age: 18
Maximum Age: 99

Description

The camp is hosted by Smolensk regional public youth organization “Rassvet-S” on the base of a rehabilitation center for children and youth “Cherry”. The center was established in 1981 as a children’s health-improving camp. Since 2006 it became a rehabilitation centre for children. Every year the center hosts about 3000 children. There are children with different kinds of disabilities: infantile cerebral paralysis and other physical and mental disabilities.

Work And Activities

Volunteers will help to organize entertaining activities and sport games for the children. Also they will help tutors in the activities aimed at the social rehabilitation of disabled children: games, painting, organizing workshops. Volunteers together with children will attend hiking tour and will be asked to help tutors to take care of the children and help with technical things like cook food, make fire, set tents etc. Also volunteers will be asked to organize open air events for children who live in the Center and other children in the city: concerts, games, workshops. Help with renovation of the center (cleaning, painting, etc)

Accommodation And Food

Rooms for 5-7 people in a building with all facilities (bathroom, toilet; it is also possible to organize laundering). Food will be prepared in the canteen.

Requirements

Volunteers should provide the following document from their doctor that they are healthy and can work with children: HIV test, Hepatitis B and C, Syphilis test, Fluorography examination - Confirmation from your therapeutist that you are healthy and can work with children.

Language

English

Notes

Volunteers should provide the following document from their doctor that they are healthy and can work with children: HIV test, Hepatitis B and C, Syphilis test, Fluorography examination - Confirmation from your therapeutist that you are healthy and can work with children.