Organic Farming & Environment Conservation

Bandung, West Java - Indonésie - Projet permanent

Environnemental - Education - Agriculture

  • Volontariat International
  • 01-01-2019 - 31-12-2019
  • 2 volontaires
  • 18-99 ans
  • 240 EUR de frais de participation
  • GREAT-LMTV10

Description

BACKGROUND: Batu Loceng Sub-Village is part of Suntenjaya Village, Lembang Municipality, Bandung Regency. Most of the populations are living as coffee farmers, vegetables farmer, and dairy cow breeder. Batu Loceng village has beautiful natural scenery that became as a potential to become a tourism village. It has its own characteristic of nature, culture, traditional music and martial art. The aim of tourism village is to develop local potential such culture, local people, agriculture, environment, and local history. The participation of local people is the most important thing in developing the Ecotourism village. AIMS - To support Batu Loceng as the sample of “towards EcoTourism Village” - To help the Compost Community in River Coservation Project - To educate local youth about organic farming - To increase the awareness of local people about their environment - To promote local potential such coffee plantation and local culture - To exchange culture between participants, local people, and local students - To spread out the idea of voluntary service and international workcamp among the local people - To support and help local community in managing the Ecotourism Village

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Travail

PROJECT: Supporting local youth association – Karang Taruna on youth empowerment program on education, language, culture, and environment. One group did workcamp in this project in 2016 was SVA Scotland from Glasgow University, which you can view it here. WORK: There are two activities, physical work (gardening, making compost and vermicompost, helping garbage management, cleaning the river) and non-physical work (language class, learn traditional music instrument, organize an environment educational workshop, making coffee, organize english class, recycling class and cultural class) Note: 25 to 40 hours/week. Sometimes the volunteers are needed during the weekend. Sometimes the volunteers are needed to support the local community and/or GREAT to do other voluntary action during the weekends.

Logement & Nourriture

House of local people. Volunteers will share together sleeping space separately between females and males. No bed. Need sleeping bag. Sharing bathroom. Self cooking by the volunteers. Volunteers will make common rules & daily teams for their collective living group.

Emplacement & Temps libre

LOCATION: Suntenjaya Village, Bandung Region. Village view. https://goo.gl/maps/BcUzMwRK41P2 MEETING POINT: Bandung Train Station North Gate on volunteer’s arrival date at 12.00 midday. Contact Area Manager Bandung (Ms) Lina Apriyani at +62 81321870631; Contact GREAT Staff at incoming.lmtv@greatindonesia.org NEAREST TERMINAL: Husein Sastranegara International Airport Bandung, IATA Code BDO Soekarno Hatta International Airport Jakarta, IATA Code CGK

Nécessaire

REQUIREMENTS: Strong motivation and interest in agriculture. Online interview will take place during the application process. MIN. DURATION: 2 months. STARTING DATE: Every month except June. LANGUAGE: English with other volunteers. Bahasa Indonesia with locals. REMARKS: Be ready with extreme changing weather and mosquitoes. 15-22 degree celscius.

Notes Supplémentaires

Participation fee: For the first month: IDR 4.000.000 (EUR 240), and then IDR 3.700.000 (EUR 225) per extra month. 60% of the fee covers the "During LMTV" costs (on arrival training, meals, daily transports, support peer volunteer system of GREAT, support project material for volunteers, GREAT t-shirt, emergency response, support for visa extension). 40% of the fee covers "Pre & Post LMTV" costs (need assessment, organizing meeting with local partners, local community, and local authorities), and "Donation for GREAT" (- To organize other events like capacity building for local volunteers, partners, staff members - To contribute to office needs and taxes, volunteer house rent and maintenance, staff salaries - To pay membership fees of Regional and Global Networks, and costs of international meetings - To cover website and social media maintenance and development, and other promotions events of IVS in Indonesia.