Humanity As A Gift, Novi Pazar
Description: Center for development policies and cooperation is an organization that wants to improve the quality of life of local people in our town and region, and to make them more socially active and involved. Our goals are development of cultural, democratic, social and ecological awareness among young people, to support the cooperation between youth with different interests and to increase the effect that they have on a local community. We will cooperate with Gerontological center of Novi Pazar and Youth Office of Novi Pazar on this project.
Type of Work: We are organizing this workcamp because we would like to help improve lives of elderly people living in Gerontological center. Volunteers will work with elderly people. They will take part in creative workshops, with professionals. Besides this, participants will take care of the garden, living room, take tenants of the Center for a walk and spend some time with them.
Study Theme: Volunteers will have trainings to learn how to communicate with elderly persons and how to take care of their needs.
Accommodation: Volunteers will be accommodated in the Elderly Care Center, each room will have its own bathroom. The meals will be provided and served in the Center. You can find more information about the Center in this video: https://goo.gl/moIQk3
Approximate Location: Novi Pazar is considered to be the youngest city, not because of the time of its origins, which goes far in the past, but because it has a great percentage of young people. Novi Pazar is a multicultural and multi-ethnic historical city in southwestern part of Serbia. The city feels different (or let's say more oriental) comparing to other cities in Serbia. Predominant religion in the city is Islam (80%), although many historical monuments from both Islam and Orthodox Christianity can be found in the city, and in the region.
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