OLUSOYE Compensatory Centre

Project Details

Code: MTV & LTV – OCC-04
Start date: 01 ene 2017
End date: 16 dic 2017
Term: Workcamp (6-15 days), Medium Term (15 days to 1 Month), Long Term (1 Month to a Year)
Category: SOCIAL, FORMATIVE, EDUCATIONAL
Theme: DISA
Country: Nigeria
Airport: Murtala Muhammed International Airport
Cost: 200
Currency: Euro
Minimum Age: 18
Maximum Age: 40

Description

Volunteer will be assigned to a Special School where disadvantaged, mentally and physically impaired children are reformed and exposed to various basic learning and sound communication.. This is a welfare project that gives needed attention to the suffering of children especially the mentally retarded and vulnerable children in the society.

Work And Activities

Volunteer will work with some experienced Staff in the School. Some of the physically challenged pupils are on wheels and crutches. Volunteers will support them in movement, organizing entertainment, cultural events and various social occasions (games, courses of foreign languages, etc.)

Accommodation And Food

in host family and project centre where available double bunk bed with mattress

Place

Compensatory School Centre for mentally and physically challenged Children, Ilupeju Estate, Lagos State

Requirements

Be motivated to do voluntary work
• Responsible to keep rules and exhibit cooperation throughout the workcamps
• Best efforts to understand and respect cultures both of the hosts and other volunteers
• Open minded to make friends and to speak English (within the groups) as official language
• To adapt and enjoy simple conditions of living such as food and accommodation

Language

English

Notes

Social Inclusion and Child Rights projects. The aim of the camp is mainly to reform and create lovely and learning environment for the children in spite of their pathetic situation. It is also hoped that their neglected conditions is improved upon thus preventing the violation of Child rights. The volunteers will appreciate everyday life, habits and culture of these children through practical and social help they will provide within the period.