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"ACT", EVS in Romania II

"ACT", EVS in Romania II

EVS in Romania - Testimony. Good news is still coming from Craiova, Romania, where Marta Aparicio, Inés Peinado, Elisabet Clariana and Belen Hafner volunteer for the Action Changes Things (ACT) project of the Associatia Comunitati pentru Tineret organization. They have already passed the equator of the project and this is what they tell us.



Already in march ACT girls from Mundus had begun fully with volunteer activities. Now, the third month of the project has passed, and this means that our volunteers are in the middle of their experience. This month has been very intense, as the volunteer team has been involved in several initiatives. But let's go thing for thing:

It seems that the activities in the school are better every day and the volunteers are working very hard to move them forward and to adapt the activities in schools with special needs. All activities aim at social inclusion, cultural awareness and the improvement of creativity skills, as well as the promotion of volunteering and language exchange.

Also this month ACT volunteers have received support from the other newly arrived volunteers of the project ACT Together,  in which  Mundus also has volunteers.

They have also participated in the planning and development of a great event, the "Volunteering Festival", which took place on April 6, where they have been able to meet other organizations that work with the European Solidarity Corps in the Craiova area meeting to implement non-formal activities Thanks in part to the volunteers, the event has been a great success.

In addition, this training took place this month on arrival in Bucharest, where they have consolidated as a team and have been able to create a network of international volunteers who are in Romania right now. They continue to learn Romanian and explore their own learning process and the feelings that this generates.

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