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Short-term (2 to 4 weeks) "work with children/teenagers" projects in India

14 projects found from 1.1.2014 to 31.12.2014

Country Type of Work Start End Vols. Code
India Arts Project - Work with children/teenagers 31.03.2014 13.04.2014 10 RC-08/14

Global Youth Creativity - Creative Graffiti - Arts/Animation for Children

Partner Organisation: RUCHI India

India Special project - Work with children/teenagers 09.06.2014 22.06.2014 FSL-WC-566

Yoga/Meditation/Kids - Kundapur, Karnataka

Partner Organisation: FSL India

India Cultural Project - Social Work - Work with children/teenagers 16.06.2014 29.06.2014 FSL-SPL-236

Social / Culture / Kids - Mount Abu, Rajasthan

Partner Organisation: FSL India

India Social Work - Work with children/teenagers 01.07.2014 13.07.2014 10 RC-15/14

Children with Disability

Partner Organisation: RUCHI India

India Social Work - Work with children/teenagers 07.07.2014 20.07.2014 10 RC-16/14

Children with Disability

Partner Organisation: RUCHI India

India Educational/Teaching - Work with children/teenagers 14.07.2014 27.07.2014 10 RC-18/14

Beautification of Creches

Partner Organisation: RUCHI India

India Arts Project - Work with children/teenagers 21.07.2014 03.08.2014 10 RC-21/14

Global Youth Creativity - Creative Graffiti - Arts/Animation for Children

Partner Organisation: RUCHI India

India Educational/Teaching - Work with children/teenagers 21.07.2014 03.08.2014 10 RC-20/14

Beautification of Creches

Partner Organisation: RUCHI India


member of:
Volunteer Action for Peace, member of the Co-ordinating Committee for International Voluntary Service Volunteer Action for Peace, member of the Volunteer International Network Exchange UK
with the support of:
Volunteer Action for Peace, member of the European «Youth in Action» Programme

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« I had not appreciated that so few people come out in the East Asian countries that my telling them was something extraordinary. This was also the most interesting aspect of the workcamp in terms of trying to expand the awareness of other ways of living, and there was never any hostility or problems because of it. »

David H. from Surrey

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