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Human Rhights and Peace CAMP – Maputo (Mafalala)

In het kort:
Land
Mozambique
Soort werk
Kinderen, Onderwijs, Sociaal
Projectduur
9 t/m 23 april
Aantal deelnemers
20 (9 mannen en 11 vrouwen)

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WORK
• Promotion Human Rights and Culture;
• Working with Community;
• Work with local NGOs, to develop social & community work.
• Alo create recreation activities such as game, song, intercultural exchange together.
The project will focus on participatory and gender-inclusive planning during fieldwork. About fifteen to twenty volunteers will participate in the learning. In the implementation of the project, men and women will have the ability to raise awareness on management waste and reuse techniques to a healthy environment and source of income for the population.
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AJOV has been developing several activities related to the promotion of human rights in the Raising Peace projects, among others. therefore we invite you to be part of the project given its importance as well as, will have the opportunity to be able to share and learn about the culture of this historic neighborhood called mafalala.

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Stay in the house and tent. Share one big room together, separate male and female. You will take turn to cook.

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Maputo (Portuguese pronunciation: [mɐˈputu]), formerly named Lourenço Marques until 1976, is the capital, and largest city of Mozambique. Located near the southern end of the country, it is within 120 kilometres (75 miles) of the borders with Eswatini and South Africa. The city has a population of 1,088,449 (as of 2017[3]) distributed over a land area of 347.69 km2 (134.24 sq mi). The Maputo metropolitan area includes the neighbouring city of Matola, and has a total population of 2,717,437. Maputo is a port city, with an economy centered on commerce. It is also noted for its vibrant cultural scene and distinctive, eclectic architecture.[4][5][6]
Maputo is situated on a large natural bay on the Indian Ocean, near where the rivers Tembe, Imbeluzi, Matola and Infulene converge. The city consists of seven administrative divisions, which are each subdivided into quarters or bairros. The city is surrounded by Maputo Province, but is administered as a self-contained, separate province since 1998. Maputo City is the geographically smallest and most densely populated province in Mozambique.

Leisure
• Visit Maputo City and explore the historic places;
• Go to Costa do Sol Beach;
• Visit Maputo Special Reserve.

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The Associação dos Jovens Voluntários (AJOV) is a nationally recognized non-government, non-profit organization founded in 1998 in Mozambique. It was officially recognized by the Mozambican Government's Ministry of Justice on June 16, 1999 and registered in the Legal Entities of Maputo
The GOAL of AJOV is to create a fair and democratic society where young people can actively and effectively participate in their own socio-economic and cultural development as responsible citizens.
The organization aims to support and defend the rights of young people, advocate for their causes, promote self-employment and help strengthen social ties for their overall human and social development. The focus is always on protecting their autonomy, security, and dignity so they can fully exercise their citizenship.
Professional Training: Helping young people prepare for successful careers.
Environmental Protection: Promoting sustainable practices and preserving natural resources.
Sport and Recreation: Encouraging healthy physical activity and leisure.
Education: Emphasizing primary and secondary education systems.
Global Exchange: Fostering socio-cultural exchange among young people from different parts of the world.
Advocacy: Advocating for the inclusion and active participation of young people in society.
Citizen Rights: Protecting the rights of young people to fully exercise their citizenship.
Food and Nutrition Security: Ensuring young people have access to adequate food and nutrition.
Gender Equity: Promoting equal opportunities for women and men.

Aangezien je in dit project met kinderen gaat werken, stellen wij het verplicht om een VOG (Verklaring Omtrent Gedrag) aan te vragen.

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WHAT TO BRING

♥ Human Rights Material working.
♥ Medicine as necessary
♥ Mosquito repellent
♥ Your traditional music, costumes, food and drink for the intercultural night (cooking and performance)
♥ Materials or sources (brochures, maps, souvenirs, pictures, flags, or handicrafts to introduce about your country and culture).
♥ Sunglasses and sun-block cream
♥ Toilet paper (you can buy it at the shop in the village)
♥ Any interesting materials such as CDs, ideas for games/activities for students.
♥ Motivation, good humor, and communication skills
♥ Raincoat (sometimes there will be rain.)

LANGUAGE
English and Portuguese

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SPECIAL REMARK
Respect culture, open mind, and love to learn and share

MOZAMBICAN SPECIAL TIP

♥ Mozambican people are kind and always smile for greeting, Mozambican life is easy, and we are easy to live especially with foreigners.
♥ Dzixile or Auxene is Hello in local language, just say this word when greeting you will get the smile back from Mozambicans.
♥ Land of Good People;
♥ Mozambique, those who know you never forget you..

VISA CONTACT

AJOV will send all the necessary documents to start the visa process with the Mozambican embassy in your country or in a neighbouring country if you do not have one in your country.

Travel from Maputo Terminal Anjo Voador to Mafalala, it’s about 10 kms. There are 2 ways to get there.
- Travel by bus and car/taxi. The most popular way to travel from Maputo to Mafalala is by bus. TRAVELLING by Txopela is one of the transport option, takes about ten or fifteen minutes. Maputo Aeroport is in the town centre so everything is easily accessible.

Have a nice and safe trip to Mozambique, see you!

Het inschrijfgeld voor dit project bedraagt € 345, exclusief € 50 korting voor studenten en jongeren onder de 18.

Let op: naast het inschrijfgeld betaal je ter plekke nog een lokale bijdrage van € 270.

Projectnaam

Human Rhights and Peace CAMP – Maputo (Mafalala)

Projectcode

AJOV 07

Continent

Land

Soort werk

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Startdatum

9-4-2024

Einddatum

23-4-2024

Aantal vrijwilligers

20 (9 mannen en 11 vrouwen)

Leeftijd

18 t/m 99 jaar

Lokale bijdrage

€ 270

Taal

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