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PRIJEDLOG ZA VOLONTERSKI KAMP
NICE/S01 Aizu (Fukushima) 2 weeks or more in 04/04-26/06 KIDS, SOCI 15
vols. (6 int.)
Background: Organized together with Terakoya Hojosha (TH) which runs
an alternative school for children not going to the formal schools since
1999 and has hosted the workcamps and long term vols. from NICE.
The giant earthquake hit the eastern part of Japan on the 11th March
by which (including tsunami and fire caused by the earthquake) over 27,000
people have either died or been missing and in Aizu area (located very
far from the sea and so, had almost no damage), about 10,000 people are
displaced mainly from the coastal part of Fukushima prefecture mainly
to escape from danger of radioactivity from the nuclear power station in
addition to the damage by the earthquake itself and its tsunami.
In the shelters (sports centers, schools, public halls, etc.), most of
stuffs for basic needs are sufficiently provided, so the needs for support
is shifted to mental care and other life activities. Especially, children
(25% of the people there) need further mental and educational support.
TH is supporting the children in 2 places and would like to develop the
actions with NICE, the local college and the social welfare association.
Work: We will mainly take care of the children in the shelters by
sports and creative/ artistic indoor activities, watching them for safety
and if needed, teaching some subjects for their study. We may also help
cooking, clean the dishes and places, carry and separate the life stuffs,
deliver the meals to the elders living in the separate houses due to their
illness, etc. Be ready to do anything needed and work hard for a long time
(we may need to help the people and place even in the evening/ night)!
We plan to form 5 teams x 5 persons (including 2 from local college).
We may have two free days in a week by turns (not together!).
Accommodation: Shelters where we have activities (we will help cooking
and eat the same meals together with the people there) and also sometimes
in the office of TH where we will cook the meals by ourselves.
Sleeping bag is needed.
Location: Aizu Wakamatsu city is located in Aizu Basin with rich nature,
farming lands and cultural heritages. About 100 km from the power station,
so no serious danger for radioactivity (that's why people have moved
but some are still quite nervous, that's why children are playing inside.
It is colder than Tokyo, average temperature is 12 degree for April, 17
degree for May and 20 degree for June (morning can be 5-10 degree less)
Terminal: Tokyo (4.5 hours from Tokyo by the highway bus)
Leisure Activities: This is totally different from usual workcamps, so
please don't expect any cultural/ leisure programs by the organizers.
Special Remarks (very important!):
* Qualification: Vols. need to be fulfilled in all of the following
+ Speaking Japanese language fluently is preferable.
+ Those who like children. Experience of activities with them is
+ Those who can manage the activities and life by themselves
+ Those who can consider others feeling and accept their difficulties
+ Those who can adapt themselves well in simple and hard life conditions
+ Those who have flexibility, patience and can respect local ways
+ Skills for cooking, medical care, arts are welcomed!
* The very aim of the project is to improve the local situation that
be the first motivation than inter-cultural learning, group solidarity,
Vols. need to submit the motivation letters with the application forms.
* The project starts on Mondays and finish on Sundays and the minimum
period is 2 weeks (max. is 12 weeks till 26/06 for now), so the applicants
need to fill in the period on the application forms according to this
The bus leave Shinjuku in Tokyo at 09:30, so vols. need to arrive at Tokyo
by the Sunday night and can come back there in the Sunday afternoon.
* We welcome longer term volunteers! We have to limit the places for non
Japanese speakers (3-5 in maximum in the same period).
* There are possibilities to stop/ change the activities/places
depending on the situations and even if it is happened, we will try to
accommodate the vols. in different projects depending on their needs/
(at least, there seem a lot to do in April though).
* Vols. need to pay transportation to/ from the project (from Tokyo,
about 7,000 yen for the return ticket by the highway bus), fare in the
public bath (390 yen though we cannot anyway take a bath every day).
There is no fee, we will provide the meals and accommodation by free by
using the donation (while Japanese vols. pay some fee for the fund) though
you are of course welcomed to raise & bring any amount of donation!
LUN 30 Discovering Alps – Prim'Alpe 06/08/2011 - 20/08/2011 10 Vols Arch
PROJECT: The camp is finalized to the restoration of a mountain village, once used from the farmers, in the way to go to the mountain Corni di Canzo. Work: it consists in cleaning the area from exceeding vegetation, removing stones and bricks and positioning the suitable signals with the support of a technical staff.
It’s necessary work clothes considering that the camp is in mountain (it’s needed trekking shoes, long trousers, sweater or pile, k-way, rucksack (no trolley), etc. The volunteers work about 6 hours a day, five days a week.
Location: The camp will be located in an area inside the Mountain Community of the Lariano Triangle.
Accommodation: in a mountain refugee at Prim’Alpe with rooms with 10 beds, bathrooms, showers and supplied kitchen. Food: The volunteers cook, eat and sleep in the refugee.
Note: to reach the camp it’s needed a 40 minutes walk. For any emergency it’s possible to use a 4x4 Surrounding area: near the place where the volunteers are going to live and work, you can visit the Brianza lakes, and in a few kilometres you can enjoy the cities of Como, Lecco and Milan and tourist places like Bellagio or the Valassina valley.