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  1. 1. INTERNSHIP POSSIBILITIES 2010 MADAGASCAR, INDIA, NEPAL, KENYA, GUATEMALA AND THE PHILIPPINES INTERNSHIP POSSIBILITIES 2010 MADAGASCAR, INDIA, NEPAL, KENYA, GUATEMALA AND THE PHILIPPINES 30/01/15 UNSA Maastricht 1
  2. 2. INDIAINDIA Bal AnandBal Anand 30/01/15 UNSA Maastricht 2
  3. 3. Bal Anand Welfare TrustBal Anand Welfare Trust - 60 registered places - 92 children - 20 special children - 72 from the age of 3months to 14years. - 5 floors - 3 professional staff and women from the village • + the volunteers - 60 registered places - 92 children - 20 special children - 72 from the age of 3months to 14years. - 5 floors - 3 professional staff and women from the village • + the volunteers 30/01/15 UNSA Maastricht 3
  4. 4. TasksTasks • Babies – change and feed • Kids – dress, feed and play • Older Children – play and do homework - Write reports about play sessions - Report to the psychologist - Make a schedule for the children • Babies – change and feed • Kids – dress, feed and play • Older Children – play and do homework - Write reports about play sessions - Report to the psychologist - Make a schedule for the children 30/01/15 UNSA Maastricht 4
  5. 5. UMANGUMANG • A home beyond a home - A place, 2hrs. Outside of Mumbai and Pune, for the disabled adults from Bal Anand - One caretaker - 8-10 residents from 18 to 25 - Workshops, daily routine - Accommodation – own room - 4 weeks • Opened in March 2010 • Close cooperation with Bal Anand • A home beyond a home - A place, 2hrs. Outside of Mumbai and Pune, for the disabled adults from Bal Anand - One caretaker - 8-10 residents from 18 to 25 - Workshops, daily routine - Accommodation – own room - 4 weeks • Opened in March 2010 • Close cooperation with Bal Anand 30/01/15 UNSA Maastricht 5
  6. 6. Travelling in IndiaTravelling in India • IT IS DIFFERENT BUT WONDERFUL!!! - Very diverse country side, big cities with a lot of people but also beaches, deserts, rainforests… - Mumbai, Pune, Goa, Chennai, Jaipur, Dehli, Agra - Sri Lanka, Malaysia - Be careful but enjoy the time - Adapt to the people and the way they treat you but do not accept everything, especially not things you feel uncomfortable about!!! • IT IS DIFFERENT BUT WONDERFUL!!! - Very diverse country side, big cities with a lot of people but also beaches, deserts, rainforests… - Mumbai, Pune, Goa, Chennai, Jaipur, Dehli, Agra - Sri Lanka, Malaysia - Be careful but enjoy the time - Adapt to the people and the way they treat you but do not accept everything, especially not things you feel uncomfortable about!!! 30/01/15 UNSA Maastricht 6
  7. 7. Living in IndiaLiving in India • Accommodation – outside the orphanage in an apartment complex. It is different (bathrooms). • Food – spicy, but very good. Do not hesitate to try it. • Traffic – an experience in itself!! :D • Getting around – use little rickshaws, taxis or the train. It is a part of the Indian culture. • Accommodation – outside the orphanage in an apartment complex. It is different (bathrooms). • Food – spicy, but very good. Do not hesitate to try it. • Traffic – an experience in itself!! :D • Getting around – use little rickshaws, taxis or the train. It is a part of the Indian culture. 30/01/15 UNSA Maastricht 7
  8. 8. Challenges / good thingsChallenges / good things • Challenges: - Adapt to the country and the people - Get used to the way the orphanage works - not to think about the small things too much but look at the big picture - The language barrier • Challenges: - Adapt to the country and the people - Get used to the way the orphanage works - not to think about the small things too much but look at the big picture - The language barrier • Good things: - Making the children smile - Experiencing the country and the process within the orphanage - Hearing the kids call you ‘didi’ and become attached to you, showing you that you are needed. - And lots more…. • Good things: - Making the children smile - Experiencing the country and the process within the orphanage - Hearing the kids call you ‘didi’ and become attached to you, showing you that you are needed. - And lots more…. 30/01/15 UNSA Maastricht 8
  9. 9. Requirements for future volunteers Requirements for future volunteers • Be motivated to help, to experience this very different world • Be up for a challenge • Be open-minded • Be able to not take things too personally • Want change • Like children, even when they are louder at times ;) • Be not afraid to try new things!! • Be motivated to help, to experience this very different world • Be up for a challenge • Be open-minded • Be able to not take things too personally • Want change • Like children, even when they are louder at times ;) • Be not afraid to try new things!! 30/01/15 UNSA Maastricht 9
  10. 10. Contact Rahel: r.schielke@student.maastr ichtuniversity.nl Contact Rahel: r.schielke@student.maastr ichtuniversity.nl www.balanand.orgwww.balanand.org 30/01/15 UNSA Maastricht 10
  11. 11. KENYA, NAIROBIKENYA, NAIROBI CIVS Center for International Voluntary Services CIVS Center for International Voluntary Services Friday 30 January 2015 UNSA Maastricht 11
  12. 12. CIVSCIVS Friday 30 January 2015 UNSA Maastricht 12 •NGO established in 1993 •head office in Nairobi, Kenya •aim: stimulating self-development initiatives •services: (1)airport pick-up (2)preparation seminar (3)accommodation (4)contact person •NGO established in 1993 •head office in Nairobi, Kenya •aim: stimulating self-development initiatives •services: (1)airport pick-up (2)preparation seminar (3)accommodation (4)contact person
  13. 13. KenyaKenya • beautiful and diverse landscapes • many national parks for Safaris • coastline with white beaches • mountains • desert in the North • rainforest / Lake Victoria in the East • beautiful and diverse landscapes • many national parks for Safaris • coastline with white beaches • mountains • desert in the North • rainforest / Lake Victoria in the East Friday 30 January 2015 UNSA Maastricht 13
  14. 14. EvaluationEvaluation Friday 30 January 2015 UNSA Maastricht 14 • positive experience • feeling to be needed and to spend time meaningful • influence on future plans • still in contact • positive experience • feeling to be needed and to spend time meaningful • influence on future plans • still in contact • at times problems with different culture (being a “white“) • at times problems with different culture (being a “white“)
  15. 15. PROJECTSPROJECTS 1. Workcamps - 3 weeks - in the countryside - accommodation at project site 2. Medium / Long Term Volunteer Projects - max. 1 year - accomodation at project site / host family Possible to combine both! 1. Workcamps - 3 weeks - in the countryside - accommodation at project site 2. Medium / Long Term Volunteer Projects - max. 1 year - accomodation at project site / host family Possible to combine both! Friday 30 January 2015 UNSA Maastricht 15
  16. 16. Workcamp July 2011Workcamp July 2011 EMPIS Centre, 9th July – 27th July 2011 Aim: support orphans and vulnerable children, Income Generating Activities Tasks: Construction work, environmental activities, working in the group farm, HIV awareness campaign • no specific skills required • 282 € + flight EMPIS Centre, 9th July – 27th July 2011 Aim: support orphans and vulnerable children, Income Generating Activities Tasks: Construction work, environmental activities, working in the group farm, HIV awareness campaign • no specific skills required • 282 € + flight Friday 30 January 2015 UNSA Maastricht 16
  17. 17. Workcamp August 2011Workcamp August 2011 Anyiko Health Center, 9th – 27th August 2011 Aim: provide quality health care, promote community based health care Tasks: construction of the health center, assist in teaching, HIV and sex education • no specific skills required • 282 € + flight Anyiko Health Center, 9th – 27th August 2011 Aim: provide quality health care, promote community based health care Tasks: construction of the health center, assist in teaching, HIV and sex education • no specific skills required • 282 € + flight Friday 30 January 2015 UNSA Maastricht 17
  18. 18. 1. Robinson Island1. Robinson Island marine eco-tourism sanctuary (two UN awards) Focus: awareness raising and environmental activities Aims: encourage community participation in the governance of resources, establish a media for communication between partners, enhance learning and exchange of information marine eco-tourism sanctuary (two UN awards) Focus: awareness raising and environmental activities Aims: encourage community participation in the governance of resources, establish a media for communication between partners, enhance learning and exchange of information Friday 30 January 2015 UNSA Maastricht 18
  19. 19. 1. Robinson Island1. Robinson Island Tasks: turtle conservation; educational and research activities; data collection; beach clean-up; construction of center facilities; Mangrove forest rehabilitation; media Costs: first month: 265 €, then: 210 € + flight Accommodation: at project site Tasks: turtle conservation; educational and research activities; data collection; beach clean-up; construction of center facilities; Mangrove forest rehabilitation; media Costs: first month: 265 €, then: 210 € + flight Accommodation: at project site Friday 30 January 2015 UNSA Maastricht 19
  20. 20. 2. Magodo Children´s Home2. Magodo Children´s Home Orphanage + school located in Nairobi Aims: support orphans and vulnerable children Tasks: social work in the children home; teaching; organizing extra curriculum activities; help preparing the food and feeding the kids Costs: first month: 213 €, then: 165 € + flight Accommodation in host family Orphanage + school located in Nairobi Aims: support orphans and vulnerable children Tasks: social work in the children home; teaching; organizing extra curriculum activities; help preparing the food and feeding the kids Costs: first month: 213 €, then: 165 € + flight Accommodation in host family Friday 30 January 2015 UNSA Maastricht 20
  21. 21. 3. Watoto Wema Center3. Watoto Wema Center Orphanage + school located in Nairobi Aims: support orphans and vulnerable children Tasks: social work in the children home; teaching; empowering the minors; help in the kitchen Costs: first month: 213 €, then: 165 € + flight Accommodation in host family Orphanage + school located in Nairobi Aims: support orphans and vulnerable children Tasks: social work in the children home; teaching; empowering the minors; help in the kitchen Costs: first month: 213 €, then: 165 € + flight Accommodation in host family Friday 30 January 2015 UNSA Maastricht 21
  22. 22. Contact Eva: eva.gillich@student.maastrichtuniversity.nl Contact Eva: eva.gillich@student.maastrichtuniversity.nl www.civs-kenya.orgwww.civs-kenya.org Friday 30 January 2015 UNSA Maastricht 22
  23. 23. THE PHILIPPINESTHE PHILIPPINES Educational Research & Development Assistance (ERDA)Educational Research & Development Assistance (ERDA)
  24. 24. „The key to all development aid is education“ „The key to all development aid is education“ To educate a child is to save a manTo educate a child is to save a man
  25. 25. Beneficiaries • School Dropouts & Potential Dropouts •Child Scavengers •Street Children •Child Laborers •Children in Conflict with the Law •Children of Persons affected by Leprosy •Children of Indigenous People
  26. 26. Teaching in the Pre-SchoolsTeaching in the Pre-Schools
  27. 27. Staying in the orphanageStaying in the orphanage
  28. 28. Activities with children in conflict with the LawActivities with children in conflict with the Law
  29. 29. Relief OperationsRelief Operations
  30. 30. Contact Katharina: mia-katharina@hotmail.de Contact Katharina: mia-katharina@hotmail.de www.erdafoundation.orgwww.erdafoundation.org 30/01/15 UNSA Maastricht 30
  31. 31. INDIA, PUNEINDIA, PUNE Human Rights and Law DefendersHuman Rights and Law Defenders Friday 30 January 2015 UNSA Maastricht 31
  32. 32. Important FactsImportant Facts • Part of the Sahyog Trust Organization • Located in Pune, India • Lawyers, social workers and volunteers • Accommodation: apartment in Pune, shared with a maximum of 4 volunteers (ca. 30 000 Rupies in total – ca. 480 Euro per month); maybe also host families • Part of the Sahyog Trust Organization • Located in Pune, India • Lawyers, social workers and volunteers • Accommodation: apartment in Pune, shared with a maximum of 4 volunteers (ca. 30 000 Rupies in total – ca. 480 Euro per month); maybe also host families Friday 30 January 2015 UNSA Maastricht 32
  33. 33. The NGO’s workThe NGO’s work • NGO‘s belief: law can be used as a tool to fight social stigmata & bring about social change • Trying to legally advise and help marginalized groups of people who cannot afford a lawyer + represent them in court • Doing documentations of human right related issues • working with students to sensitise them • public hearings • NGO‘s belief: law can be used as a tool to fight social stigmata & bring about social change • Trying to legally advise and help marginalized groups of people who cannot afford a lawyer + represent them in court • Doing documentations of human right related issues • working with students to sensitise them • public hearings Friday 30 January 2015 UNSA Maastricht 33
  34. 34. Volunteer’s personal experiencesVolunteer’s personal experiences • What they did: 1. compare German legislation of domestic violence to the Indian one 2. create a case data base concerning such cases 3. write a paper about the shortcomings of the courts + recommendations • Their opinion was asked and respected by the NGO‘s workers • Worked until 16.00 each day • HRLD organized a trip through the country to show the farmer‘s living situations • Some days off to visit Mumbay • What they did: 1. compare German legislation of domestic violence to the Indian one 2. create a case data base concerning such cases 3. write a paper about the shortcomings of the courts + recommendations • Their opinion was asked and respected by the NGO‘s workers • Worked until 16.00 each day • HRLD organized a trip through the country to show the farmer‘s living situations • Some days off to visit Mumbay Friday 30 January 2015 UNSA Maastricht 34
  35. 35. Contact Inga: kiaora_inga@yahoo.de Contact Inga: kiaora_inga@yahoo.de www.sahyogtrust.in/ hrld.htm www.sahyogtrust.in/ hrld.htm Friday 30 January 2015 UNSA Maastricht 35
  36. 36. GUATEMALAGUATEMALA Fundación Para el Desarollo IntegralFundación Para el Desarollo Integral 30/01/15 UNSA Maastricht 36
  37. 37. Fundación Para el Desarollo Integral -FUDI- Fundación Para el Desarollo Integral -FUDI- • Non – profit organization for the sostenible development of the rural Communities in Chilmaltenango • founded in 1976 to create development opportunities for rural communities under inequalities and poverty trough social and economics projects. • Non – profit organization for the sostenible development of the rural Communities in Chilmaltenango • founded in 1976 to create development opportunities for rural communities under inequalities and poverty trough social and economics projects.
  38. 38. FUDI’s 3 main projectsFUDI’s 3 main projects • Farming projects in the Highlands of Guatemala (Utz Samaj) • Health related projects for local communities (Aqon Jay) • Projects about entrepreneurship with young women (Ixoqi) • Farming projects in the Highlands of Guatemala (Utz Samaj) • Health related projects for local communities (Aqon Jay) • Projects about entrepreneurship with young women (Ixoqi)
  39. 39. Colegio EBEN EZERColegio EBEN EZER • Teaching English to kids and local people • Participate in school and community related activities e.g. excursions • Organize new activities or games for the kids • Teaching English to kids and local people • Participate in school and community related activities e.g. excursions • Organize new activities or games for the kids
  40. 40. Contact Marco: marcokrause11@googlemail. com Contact Marco: marcokrause11@googlemail. com www.serviciosuniversitarios. org www.serviciosuniversitarios. org 40
  41. 41. MADAGASCARMADAGASCAR Maventy Health InternationalMaventy Health International 30/01/15 UNSA Maastricht 41
  42. 42. Maventy Health InternationalMaventy Health International • Situated in a rural health clinic in Northern Madagascar (Diana Region) • Supported by the UN, initiated by an American doctor, general guidance by a native Malagasy • In Cooperation with the local doctor, nurse and midwife • Aims: reduce malnutrition, educate about proper nutrition, raise awareness about AIDS/ STDs, improve health care • Situated in a rural health clinic in Northern Madagascar (Diana Region) • Supported by the UN, initiated by an American doctor, general guidance by a native Malagasy • In Cooperation with the local doctor, nurse and midwife • Aims: reduce malnutrition, educate about proper nutrition, raise awareness about AIDS/ STDs, improve health care Friday 30 January 2015 UNSA Maastricht 42
  43. 43. Tasks for VolunteersTasks for Volunteers • Malnutrition project (screening of children, developing an online database, distribute multivitamines, etc.) • Assisting the hospital staff (physical examinations, child birth, etc.) • Educational session (proper nutrition, Sexually Transmitted Deseases, AIDS) • Community work (teaching, social activities) • Renovations (construction works, development of sanitations, etc.) • Malnutrition project (screening of children, developing an online database, distribute multivitamines, etc.) • Assisting the hospital staff (physical examinations, child birth, etc.) • Educational session (proper nutrition, Sexually Transmitted Deseases, AIDS) • Community work (teaching, social activities) • Renovations (construction works, development of sanitations, etc.)
  44. 44. Important facts a volunteer should know Important facts a volunteer should know • Especially for medical students • Challenging experience: poor health care, encounter with severe deseases/death, poor sanitation • Often slow progress, depending on own initiative • Madagascar is primarily a French speaking country but most natives speak only Malagasy • Madagascar has had a share of political crises and is facing political and economical instability • Especially for medical students • Challenging experience: poor health care, encounter with severe deseases/death, poor sanitation • Often slow progress, depending on own initiative • Madagascar is primarily a French speaking country but most natives speak only Malagasy • Madagascar has had a share of political crises and is facing political and economical instability
  45. 45. Contact Theresa: theresa.damm@web.de Contact Theresa: theresa.damm@web.de www.maventy.orgwww.maventy.org Friday 30 January 2015 UNSA Maastricht 45
  46. 46. INDIAINDIA Salaam Baalak Trust MumbaiSalaam Baalak Trust Mumbai 30/01/15 UNSA Maastricht 46
  47. 47. The NGOThe NGO • Founded in 1989 • Salaam Baalak Trust • - Dongri • - Chowpatty • - Topiwalla • - Kaylan • - Sholapur • Founded in 1989 • Salaam Baalak Trust • - Dongri • - Chowpatty • - Topiwalla • - Kaylan • - Sholapur 30/01/15 UNSA Maastricht 47
  48. 48. • Tasks: Stay: July – September TasksTasks • 3-4 students were assigned to each one • of us • Teach English, Math, Biology, Geography, • basically everything  • Play with the children • Limited due to weather conditions • Outside activities can be planned during every season but the monsoon season • The center welcomes any creative input (dance, drama play, drawing, karate, etc.) • 3-4 students were assigned to each one • of us • Teach English, Math, Biology, Geography, • basically everything  • Play with the children • Limited due to weather conditions • Outside activities can be planned during every season but the monsoon season • The center welcomes any creative input (dance, drama play, drawing, karate, etc.)
  49. 49.  The Culture ( staring, being tricked, the beggars on the street,etc.)  The Language (communication with the children)  The Climate (very humid, 35-42°C, sudden heavy rainfalls during monsoon season)  The Traffic, the smells  The Contrasts in everyday life  Coping with the feeling that you can help the children only to a minumum extent ChallengesChallenges
  50. 50.  Spending time with great children  Having fun  Giving them attention, educating them  Experienceing Indian hospitality and friendliness  Learning where your boundaries are  Facing completely unexpected challenges and learning how to cope with them  Experiencing a new culture, meeting new people  Learning to manage everyday life in a different country Positive aspects:Positive aspects:
  51. 51.  Be open-minded  Very flexible  Positive/an optimist, see everything as a challenge that will bring you further in life  Be able to adapt to the culture  Have good social skills   Give yourself time to adjust Accomodation: Nice, but expensive BUT different options exist As a volunteer, you should:As a volunteer, you should:
  52. 52.  Mumbai is safe and also other cities we visited (Jaipur, Agra, Dehli)  Mumbai is one of the most expensive cities India‘s  Be well equipped for the monsoon season and your work as a volunteer  Some Hindi is always helpful  Be careful and a little bit skeptical (especially as a woman)  Travelling is cheap and easy (plane, train(VERY cheap!)  Keep in mind that everything takes a little bit longer, stay flexible  General information about India:General information about India:
  53. 53. Contact: charlotte.behnke@google mail.com Contact: charlotte.behnke@google mail.com www.salaamstreetkids.orgwww.salaamstreetkids.org 30/01/15 UNSA Maastricht 53
  54. 54. NEPALNEPAL Namaste-IDFNamaste-IDF 30/01/15 UNSA Maastricht 54
  55. 55. Namaste- IDF Nepal Welcomes You Namaste- IDF Nepal Welcomes You • Do you want to get to know many different cultures and religions? • Meet the happiest and most greatful people. • Namste and welcome to Nepal • Live in a nepalese family and get to know the culture and country by heart • Do you want to get to know many different cultures and religions? • Meet the happiest and most greatful people. • Namste and welcome to Nepal • Live in a nepalese family and get to know the culture and country by heart
  56. 56. IDF (Ideal Friendship) NepalIDF (Ideal Friendship) Nepal Ideal Friendship-Nepal -established 2004. -main office situated in Kathmandu,the capital of Nepal Goals: -provide community development programs in differents communities of Nepal,especially also in local communities outside the capital -give any child access to education- especially English language and literature -rebuild destroyed schools -improve medical concerns in the hospitals especially for elder people -research and developing aid concerning human rights. -improve life of poores and disadvantaged groups, especially women and children Ideal Friendship-Nepal -established 2004. -main office situated in Kathmandu,the capital of Nepal Goals: -provide community development programs in differents communities of Nepal,especially also in local communities outside the capital -give any child access to education- especially English language and literature -rebuild destroyed schools -improve medical concerns in the hospitals especially for elder people -research and developing aid concerning human rights. -improve life of poores and disadvantaged groups, especially women and children
  57. 57. An unique and unforgetable time in NepalAn unique and unforgetable time in Nepal Are interested in great diversity and getting to know a country that is home of the great happiness, beatitude and gratefulness? Do you maybe want to use the chance of living in a native family and therefore, learn very much about the true soul of Nepal? Internship Possibilities: -help in an orphanage -help in an hospital/look after older sick people -help in contructing a learning centre or distroyed school -do research and analyses in the field of human rights and look after Human Rights NGO‘s and their projects (-work in an Human rights NGO- especially in connection with women and children) -live in a nepalese famil or if you wish in a volunteer accomondation Are interested in great diversity and getting to know a country that is home of the great happiness, beatitude and gratefulness? Do you maybe want to use the chance of living in a native family and therefore, learn very much about the true soul of Nepal? Internship Possibilities: -help in an orphanage -help in an hospital/look after older sick people -help in contructing a learning centre or distroyed school -do research and analyses in the field of human rights and look after Human Rights NGO‘s and their projects (-work in an Human rights NGO- especially in connection with women and children) -live in a nepalese famil or if you wish in a volunteer accomondation
  58. 58. IDF Nepal searches for In general: Interested Adaptable Energetic Positiv thinking people For medical and teaching projects : People requested to have minimum medical experience People requested to have at least some basic teaching experience and the will to stay at least for 3 months. IDF Nepal searches for In general: Interested Adaptable Energetic Positiv thinking people For medical and teaching projects : People requested to have minimum medical experience People requested to have at least some basic teaching experience and the will to stay at least for 3 months.
  59. 59. Nepal: home for great diversity, festivals,happiness,greatfullness but also poverty,corruption,natural disasters and human right abuse Nepal: home for great diversity, festivals,happiness,greatfullness but also poverty,corruption,natural disasters and human right abuse 59
  60. 60. Contact Constanze: u.constanze@student.maastri chtuniversity.nl Contact Constanze: u.constanze@student.maastri chtuniversity.nl 30/01/15 UNSA Maastricht 60
  61. 61. SOME MORE GENERAL INFORMATION FOR ALL VOLUNTEERS SOME MORE GENERAL INFORMATION FOR ALL VOLUNTEERS 30/01/15 UNSA Maastricht 61
  62. 62. What a volunteer should expectWhat a volunteer should expect • Encounter with poverty • Poor living conditions, lack of hygiene • Foreign culture, different way of thinking & working • Practical experience of development work (positive & negative) • Gratitude for a helping hand • Great travel experience • Encounter with poverty • Poor living conditions, lack of hygiene • Foreign culture, different way of thinking & working • Practical experience of development work (positive & negative) • Gratitude for a helping hand • Great travel experience
  63. 63. General InformationGeneral Information • Minimum stay at the NGO: 6 weeks • In some cases: possibility to attain ECTS credits • Costs (flight, preparation track, language course etc.) must be paid by the volunteer • Minimum stay at the NGO: 6 weeks • In some cases: possibility to attain ECTS credits • Costs (flight, preparation track, language course etc.) must be paid by the volunteer
  64. 64. How will YOU be prepared?How will YOU be prepared? Preparation via : • Workshops (intercultural courses, practical training, etc.) > two weekends early May • Administrative support (visa, insurance, accomodation, ECTS credits, etc.) • Meetings with former volunteers Preparation via : • Workshops (intercultural courses, practical training, etc.) > two weekends early May • Administrative support (visa, insurance, accomodation, ECTS credits, etc.) • Meetings with former volunteers 30/01/15 UNSA Maastricht 64
  65. 65. Language CoursesLanguage Courses Weekly language course offered by the language centre or on a student to student basis Duration: From beginning of February until beginning of June Weekly language course offered by the language centre or on a student to student basis Duration: From beginning of February until beginning of June 30/01/15 UNSA Maastricht 65
  66. 66. How will YOU be selected?How will YOU be selected? Application until the 17th November, 2010 Typed CV and Motivation Letter Motivation Letter Content (1 page): • Which NGO do you apply for? And why? • Relevant previous experiences • Why should we chose you? ( Personal skills, your expectations) Application until the 17th November, 2010 Typed CV and Motivation Letter Motivation Letter Content (1 page): • Which NGO do you apply for? And why? • Relevant previous experiences • Why should we chose you? ( Personal skills, your expectations) 30/01/15 UNSA Maastricht 66
  67. 67. How will YOU be selected?How will YOU be selected? Interviews conducted Personal impression of YOU Responsibility towards our partner NGOs taken into consideration Deliberation: before Christmas break Interviews conducted Personal impression of YOU Responsibility towards our partner NGOs taken into consideration Deliberation: before Christmas break 30/01/15 UNSA Maastricht 67
  68. 68. The ProjectsThe Projects • MADAGASCAR - one NGO • INDIA - three NGOs • NEPAL - one NGO • KENYA - one NGO • PHILLIPNES - one NGO • GUATEMALA - one NGO • MADAGASCAR - one NGO • INDIA - three NGOs • NEPAL - one NGO • KENYA - one NGO • PHILLIPNES - one NGO • GUATEMALA - one NGO 30/01/15 UNSA Maastricht 68
  69. 69. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION Interested in our projects? Send your CV and Motivation Letter until the 17th of November to project@myunsa.org! • Contact us for more questions: project@myunsa.org, Contact person • Visit myunsa.eu Interested in our projects? Send your CV and Motivation Letter until the 17th of November to project@myunsa.org! • Contact us for more questions: project@myunsa.org, Contact person • Visit myunsa.eu 30/01/15 UNSA Maastricht 69

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