Campo di lavoro in SPAGNA – El Saucejo/Sevilla
Durata: meno di 1 mese
Tipo di programma: Campi di lavoro
Stato del bando:
Età minima: 18
Età massima: 99
Area geografica: 4
DATE: Dal 16/7/2015 al 30/7/2015
ONG: IBO Italia
El Saucejo is a town located 80 km away from Seville. Nice spot to be able to reach Seville, Granada, Cordoba or Malaga en a bit more than an hour. So maybe book some extra days to do all these excursions . Nice natural areas around and lively Summer Spanish fiestas. What else do you need?
Our partner is the Town Hall of this 4500 inhabitants village right in the middle of Analusia, in an area btw Malaga, Sevilla and Cordoba. Economical activity is based on agriculture but there are some steps forward to tourism, as it is a dwelling town to be able to reach the nicest spost in Andalucia. It is very welnknow for the improvmennts taken on reduction on energy consuming and less n light polluting measures taken on public ligthing with a system designed by a local citizen
Altea is nice little town which offers nice views. At the town itself is located in the sea-site, it offers possibilities of swim in the sea, take a sun bath on the beach, play beach volleyball and other activities in your free time. It is also possible to see another near town on the weekend.
Grafitti workcamp to paint walls and decorate the village and to encourage the youngsters of teh area to be active citizens in their town, trying to keep them and avoinding going to bigger cities. Participants need to have skills in drawing and graffitiand some of them could be a copy of a famous drawing.
Costo: 150,00 € (assicurazione, parte delle spese di segreteria) + 10,00 € (quota socio IBO Italia per l’anno in corso)
Extra Fee: 30,00 €
NB: Grafitti Painters You must be skilled and eager to transform the town. This is the second year we do the project so a lot of responsability to guarantee next years is required. Short PORTFOLIO and motivation letter – please, add some pictures of paintings and graffiti you made
Incontro precampo generale: 20 giugno dalle 10:00 alle 16:30