Social and educational animation with children
Description: With a view to encourage and promote the activities carried out in the new library of the village of Yeviépé, to encourage young pupils in the village to highlight the tools available to them for their own development (both for their general culture and to strengthen their intellectual capacity) and also to encourage them to better prepare for a new school year, the NGO-ASTOVOT organizes a project of social and educational animation and school support for the young children and pupils of Yeviépé.
Type of Work: - The first part will be dedicated to courses intended to help the students of the elementary and the high school, especially in the subjects in which they have more difficulties. The volunteers will also support in teaching French (reading, writing, verbs conjugation, oral and written composition, etc.) and calculation (math).
- The second part will be dedicated to games and entertainment activities, which will be held in the village’s library (reading, drawing, singing and dancing competitions).
Study Theme: Education
Accommodation: Housing conditions are generally rudimentary. You will be lodged near the site of the camp. The whole group will be housed in the same house, the rooms will be shared, provide small inflatable mattresses or a small floor mat (no bed), sleeping bag, mosquito net ... The kitchen will be organized by the volunteers. Drinking water available.
Language: French is the official language in Togo, but in the southern part of the country the most spoken language is Éwé. French can be considered as the language relegated to a role essentially administrative. NB: The workcamp’s languages will be French and English.
Requirements: The ASTOVOT workcamps are open to everybody, no matter the volunteers’ nationality. The minimum required age is 18. No particular skill is required, being motivated about the activities and being able of maintaining a decent moral behaviour is enough.
Approximate Location: Yéviépé: Located 12 km from the town of Kpalimé, on the way to Nyivé village, which is close to the boundary with Ghana, Yéviépé has been founded at the end of the 18thcentury. With its population of about 3000 inhabitants, it is surrounded by Kpadapé at North, Kalakala at East, Nyivé at South and Womé at West. Mainly farmers, the villagers base their activities on the argriculture.
Notes: N.B.: It would be nice if the volunteers could bring A4 papers, coloured pencils, exercise books, markers, kids games, some educational material for the kinder garden and everything else you think is necessary for the project’s good realization.
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