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Drapeau de Fédération de RussieFédération de Russie: THE ECOLOGY OF THE CHILDHOOD
Date: du 2017-05-18 à 2017-06-02
Code de projet: RU-W4U-W4U-01
Type de projet: Animation pour les enfants
SVI_Russie_World4U_2016 programme_English.pdf ;
Descriptions :

About the local hosting organizationArt school. Volunteers will be a part of big ecological procession, they will have a good opportunity to communicate with kids and see the unique Siberian nature.

About the volunteer workVolunteers will take part in children s ecological procession (festival) and its preparation. Firstly, they will construct with kids art-objects dedicated to ecology. Then, July 1, volunteers will participate in children s ecological procession i help to place art-objects on the main city street, accompany kids and team of kids with special requirements during the procession. After the procession volunteers will dismantle art-objects. All necessary equipment for work will be provided.

Local accommodationParticipants will spend several nights in a common room in school, several nights they will be hosted by local families, and one night they will be in nature reserve Stolby . Meals 3 times a day will be provided, volunteers will cook by themselves as a group. One day it will be an international dinner.

About the project locationKrasnoyarsk is a big city in central Siberia founded in 1628. It locates on both banks of the Yenisei river i one of the biggest river in Russia. Siberia is famous for its unique and beautiful nature. It will be an excursion to historical center of Krasnoyarsk and a hiking campaign to nature reserve Stolby for one night. Moreover, volunteers will attend a theatrical performance.

RequirementsSleeping bag is required.

(Note: Vous êtes logé(e) par notre partenaire local pendant le projet. Au cas où vous arrivez avant le debut du projet, vous pourrez réserver une chambre ici.)

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