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Thaïlande Environnement 21.06.2018 04.07.2018 DALAA-STC6106

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Partenaire : 
Age : 
de 18 à 99 ans
Participants : 
10 volontaires
Frais de participation : 
8000 €
Action : 
Chantier International
Description : 

Since 2015, an active group of Tamek villagers, in the mountainous area of South Thailand (Trang province) decided to gather and take a strong responsibility in the preservation of their rich forest environment. They want to bring awareness both to locals and strangers concerning the importance of water, forest, plants, animals…How to live in harmony all together. They created a center and organize regular activities with villagers, volunteers from Thailand and abroad. Activities ranges from rivers small dams to tree local species nursery, planting and collecting edible plants, field trip in the forest and also fun activities with local kids and villagers. Bringing life to this center is already a step to forest preservation.


To support Tamek learning centerTo inspire and get inspired in preserving natureTo involve participants in keeping alive Tamek community (especially with children)International culture exchange


During this work camp, volunteers will get a chance to join hands with the community members to preserve nature, while they can learn about their way of living. During the weekends, we will be creating activities and games with children and young people to open their views and let them learn about international culture. We plan to adjust surrounding around the community learning center, continue the edible garden and the tree nursery. We should be able to build a small stream dam to preserve humidity and water even during the dry season. We plan also a trip to the forest to get in true contact with the nature. We will organize home stay as well for 1 or 2 nights.**Do not expect for a fixed schedule as the weather and locals way of doing cannot fit to this.It's recommended for participants to bring in some ideas for group activities to the work camp as you will spend most of your stay with your volunteer friends. Activities can be card games, songs, shows, craft skill sharing or anything that bring you guys together!Logement & nourriture: Volunteers will stay in a wooden hut lifted from ground on the border of the forest. It can accommodate 20 people where it is used to be everything from evening meeting to sleeping place. There are 3 bathrooms close by with availability of electricity and water supply (pipe water from the mountain). Volunteers can hang mosquito net up to the ceiling and look for their own cozy corners. There will be simple mats, pillow and mosquito net. You will need to bring your sleeping bag and a small mattress. There are basic toilets and showers and a kitchen where villagers will help the volunteers to cook. Local people eat rice (or noodles) 3 times a day with side dishes like curries, omelets, local leaves and vegetables. Volunteers will be welcome to cook their own food using the ingredients available there. (No oven, only a gas and woks or pans).Emplacement & temps libre: Tamek (ตะเหมก) is a Buddhist village consisting an estimate of 500 homes. It is quite isolated and situated in Lamor sub-district of Nayong district, Trang province, around 11 kilometers away from the main road. It's an old (about 200 years) and isolated village, part of Bantad Mountain range (เทือกเขาบรรทัด). The main occupation of villagers is farmer (rubber plantation, vegetables and fruits). It is surrounded by tropical forest and part of a rich watershed with many small streams.


The volunteers should be ready to stay in a remote area, to adapt to the local conditions with only basic facilities. There is no phone connection, neither Internet at the project place. Very few local people are able to speak in English. Volunteers should be able to handle spontaneous working environment and constant changes in the plans. The mentality and way of thinking is very different from the western world. There will have activities with the children. To have responsibility for you, the kids and full involvement in community matters is a must. For the 2 weeks, you will be leaded by a DaLaa member/staff who will help to coordinate the project.


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