CHARGER – vacancy in Nepal for Spanish and Polish residents
Location: Okhalunga, Nepal
Period: 01/03/2017 – 31/07/2017
Deadline: 10 November 2016
CHARGER project aims to work on employability skills of young people, and it is being planned through offering youth from Spain and Poland possibility to implement their EVS activity in Nepal.
Full description here: http://www.bevolunteer.net/evs-nepal
The EVS Volunteers will be places in Okhaldhunga Community, a remote village is located in Everest Region, in the northeast part of Nepal. Click here,
The Volunteers will work under various projects below such as
1. Teaching in community schools and teaching computer science
2. “Children’s Club and child rights”,
3. Health, Sanitation and Hygiene education project and Entrepreneurship development.
The schools will be closed for a month due to summer vacation in July. During that time volunteers will work under other alternative programs such as Agro farm, or Entrepreneurship development. We also have an option for “ Film and documentary project”
Project 1: Teaching in Community Schools:
VIN’s teaching in Nepali-Community Schools project targets EVS volunteers or interns who are looking to take part in a hands-on Nepali classroom experience. With this help, VIN hopes to deliver the children and their local communities a crucial life skill: speaking English.
Teach regular English classes and other subjects, Creating lesson plans for your daily teaching.
Interacting with the children of the local community.
Helping the other teachers advance their English.
Create local teaching resources with local teachers.
The volunteers can also teach Teaching Computer Science
Teach basic IT to local youth, public/community schools as well as their teachers, communi ty youth and women.
Teach computer and internet skills to local teachers
Project 2: Child Right’s and Children’s Clubs
VIN’s children’s clubs are co-curricular projects set up for children of 6 to 16 years of age. This is a plat- form provided for children that aims to develop their innate skills, develop their creativity, increase their awareness of community issues such as health and the environment, as well as help them apply what they have learnt in the classroom to real life situa- tions. Make your mark and make a difference for the
new generation of children in Nepal!
Create workshops that deal with leadership training, life skills and other ways to empower kids.
Creating lesson plans for your daily teaching.
Organize creative activities oriented around such tasks as contemporary dance &/or formal debate on issues such as promoting/protecting human rights.
Project 3: Health, Sanitation and Hygiene Education
Teach basic health & hygiene habits to school children & community people.
Consult with local community about their current health condition.
Work on improving basic sanitation habits with the local community.
Visit children’s clubs & public schools to raise awareness & give first aid tips.
The whole process is described here: http://www.bevolunteer.net/charger-ho-to-apply
information about the project: http://www.bevolunteer.net/charger-vacancies