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[Challenge:Future] Development Instructor
[Challenge:Future] Development Instructor
[Challenge:Future] Development Instructor
[Challenge:Future] Development Instructor
[Challenge:Future] Development Instructor
[Challenge:Future] Development Instructor
[Challenge:Future] Development Instructor
[Challenge:Future] Development Instructor
[Challenge:Future] Development Instructor
[Challenge:Future] Development Instructor
[Challenge:Future] Development Instructor
[Challenge:Future] Development Instructor
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[Challenge:Future] Development Instructor

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  • 1.  Project status: FINAL SUBMISSION The name of your project: Development Instructors Team leader: Agnes Telepya Impacted underprivileged group of youth: in Denmark: immigrants, youth with criminality record, foster care youth, in Africa: people in poorest, rural areas Number of people in the team: 4 Volunteering hours spent: 40 hours weekly Number of youth impacted: 13 youngsters daily Period of project/action: August 2011 – July 2013
  • 2. “It is about fostering new generation with golden hearts and heads and hands, well-educated and with a personal ethic of such proportions, that humanized relationships of all sizes can serve as substitutes for all sorts of dehumanized phenomena.”
  • 3. Volunteer training part of running the school Challenges Fund Raising Multicultural Environment Teamwork BOARDING SCHOOL youth clubs Self-development building weekends Africa studiesTeacher assistant Social work Project management
  • 4.  participating in lessons as teacher assistant spending time with kids in afterschool activities being pedagogue assistant in Care Home participating in Study Days with other DIs maintaining the school participating in Building Weekends with other DIs to help other schools organizing different cultural-, music- and sport events for youngsters helping to run the program by Fund Raising learning Danish implementing your Responsibility area running a club for youth in the school
  • 5.  learning about the situation in the world courses, project works, individual studies, field visits studies about: HIV and Aids, Health, World in balance, Economy, Culture
  • 6.  preparation for the project in Africa language courses social work
  • 7.  380 development projects are available in Southern Africa, India, China and Central America, reaching out to a total of around 12 million people.The Projects in Africa are:1. Child Aid2. HOPE or TCE (Total Control of the Epidemic)3. Teacher Training Colleges4. Vocational schools for young people5. Schools for street children6. Farmers Clubs7. Raising funds for the social projects
  • 8.  teaching small school students in Denmark writing The Journal + Finalising exams in obtaining B- degree certificate in “Pedagogy” and “Fighting with the Poor”.
  • 9. Småskolen ved Nakkebølle Fjord, DenmarkAgnes Telepya (Hungary)Kristine Bruvere (Latvia)Egija Akmene (Latvia)Brian Rukundo (UK)www.volunteer-in-africa.com

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