Tegalrejo International Camp I
Description: This project was Initiated since 2006 by cooperation with NOVIB IDO which concerned in the prevention of STI and HIV/AIDS in Tegalrejo and Sukosari the two prostitution areas in Semarang uptown. After this pilot project this project turns to focus more on the education especially highlighting the mental side of the children in the prostitution. This is due to the lack of concern on this issue from all stakeholders in Tegalrejo prostitution area while IIWC found out that there is big chance for IIWC to address the children issue.
Type of Work: main work is running daily teaching activities in shelter (language classes, handicraft, arts, dance, etc) , promote shelter to be recognized by local youth ( youth club, high schools, or university) in order to get local volunteer that could help for daily teaching in shelter and activity with local people.
Study Theme: making a small group of discussion about kids in red distric area
Accommodation: Tegalrejo Shelter (rent house); sleeping bag and mattress needed, self cooking
Language: English should be spoken among participants, but please kindly learn some Indonesian words to interact with local people.
Requirements: The participation fee payable upon arrival will IDR 2750000 covering foods, local transport, accommodation, administration cost, material for the camps, T-shirt, contribution to IIWC management, and IIWC certificate of participation. Volunteers are requested to bear their own health and travel insurance. . Please keep it in your mind that all personal expenses and free day expenses are excluded
Approximate Location: Tegalrejo sub village, jatijajar village, Semarang, Central Java Indonesia.
Notes: be ready with many ideas for games and competition for children. Be open minded, and need to have lots love and cares to children , be ready as well that some children might be hyperactive.
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Mission:Wolf has an all volunteer staff. Meeting the requested number of volunteers is important for them to be able to do their work effectively. This workcamp has been promoted to ensure that the most possible volunteers know about the opportunity.
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