The project was an opportunity for 2 young people (Ryan and Tom) to live and volunteer in Baku, Azerbaijan for 10 months. The opportunity consisted of environmental activities, campaigns and presentations, educating the local population about the importance of protecting and maintaining the environment.
“Youth Protect the Environment” was a long-term volunteer project that took place in Baku (Azerbaijan). The project hosted 2 volunteer from Denmark and 2 volunteers from the UK for the period of 10 months. The project aimed to promote and supports the importance environmental protection and educate about the effects of climate change and discuss about the MDG (Millennium Development Goals).
The placement was broken down into various activities such as…
During the placement volunteer supported a local organisation called Spare Academy and local community to develop their understanding about Environmental issues. Volunteers also learned about how this issues have an effect in the country and region, from increased temperature changes, glacial melt in the Caucasus Mountains and pollution in the Caspian Sea.
Task of the volunteer:
All the activities were coordinated by members of the hosting Association (Azerbaijan Students’ Union) and by local student, who will also provided training and support to EVS Volunteers.
Some to the tasks on the placement consisted of…
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