Hey folks this is Uvis and Aybike, our project is Radio A.T.A. and we're going to tell you what we did during the last month:
The herbalism project is run by two hungarian volunteers Réka Tóth and Ilona Gyulavics. Their work consist in collecting and process (when necessary), tea, jam, syrup and many other healthy and craft products, which can be sold by their two 'bosses'. Apart from this practical side of their work, they also have the chance to deepen their theorethical knowledge about herbalism.
The project leaded by Pablo Gomez, one of our Spanish volunteers, addresses the transformation of daily waste products into new objects with different utilities. The target group are children; and the methodology chosen is non-formal education through learning by discovering. In other words, children will learn by practice how easy is to 'create' leisure or fun reusing materials or objects.
During the last 7th of November our volunteers enjoyed their first intercultural night, the ROMANIAN NIGHT
After many explanations about the concept ‘Jam Session’, the event became reality on Wednesday the 9th of November.
In the 1st day of September 2016 4 persons from Portugal and 3 women from Romania headed up to Africa to spend 6 months there and be a volunteer of two African countries.