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Verein: AFS Interkulturelle Begegnungen e.V.
Projekt: Arbeit mit aidskranken Kindern
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Bewerbungsende: 01.04.2010
Status: Stelle gestrichen
Laufzeit: ab   April 2010 - 12 Monate 
Sprache im Projekt: keine Angaben
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Diese Stelle ist nicht mehr verfügbar!

Bewerbungsfristen:
Bewerbungsbeginn für die Abreise im Sommer eines Jahres ist immer der 1. September des Vorjahres. Bewerbungsschluss ist 30. September.
Bewerbungsbeginn für die Abreise Anfang eines Jahres ist immer der 1. März des Vorjahres. Bewerbungsschluss ist der 30. März.

Voraussetzungen:
• 18-28 years.
• Good knowledge of English (conversational skills)
• interest in health issues
• no smoking on premises allowed
• ability and passion for working with children
• empathy
• compassion
• Good people skills
• Appropriate dress code - comfortable jeans and tshirts (no profanities allowed on clothes), clean and neat


Projektbeschreibung:


The Organization

The Centre for Paediatric Aids Care provides care and support to orphaned abused, abandoned neglected and terminally ill children and their families who are infected or affected by HIV/AIDS through the provision of temporary or permanent residential care abd community development projects thereby allowing them to expereince a better quality of life. The organisation was founded in 1997.The Centre is situated on the premises of Kalafong hospital.

Working hours: 8h00 - 16h00, occasional weekend work as suggested by Supervisor.

The Centre is located in Attridgeville, Pretoria. Attridgeville is a township on the out skirts of Pretoria. Atteridgeville is a municipal community. The total population of Atteridgeville / Saulsville is currently estimated at 250 000. Atteridgeville is located to the south of Lotus Gardens and southwest of the Pretoria CBD. On the way to the Hartbeespoort dam, just outside the city to te left Atteridgeville lies to the north of the Schurweberg mountains and bordered on the eastern side, by the SAPS Dog Training school. South Africa, Gauteng. Atteridgeville, part of the City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality, is a township located on the west of Pretoria, South Africa. It was established in 1939 for black people by the apartheid government but development was frozen between 1968 and 1978 in accordance with the government's policy that housing provided for black people be limited to the homelands. In 1984, Atteridgeville was granted municipal status. Atteridgeville is a diverse township whose residents speak many languages. The most commonly spoken language is Sesotho, which is closely related to Setswana and Sepedi. A mixture of languages such as Afrikaans, Sesotho, English and isiZulu are sometimes fused together to form what is now a unique language-style of the township with a slight inclination to a slang known as tsotsitaal.Places of interest include: Ga-Mothakga Resort Atteridgiville park
- Popular jazz artists gather here each year and perform to a crowded audience
Saulsville Arena
- Hosts music concerts, religious meetings and other major local activities
Atteridgeville Super Stadium
- Where Premier Soccer League PSL matches and other cups are held under SAFA.
- A temporary home to SuperSports United FC affectionately known as "matsatsantsa".

Townships, such as Atteridgeville, are predominantly made up of black people. There is a disproprotion between poor and the rich i.e. there are not just poor people living in townships, but rich too.

What will the participant do?

Accompanying kids to the clinics, schools, concerts/functions; assisting at pre-school; assisting with homework, reading and school prjects; general assistance in the kitchen, laundry and shop; general care of the children, bathing, feeding and nappy changes

How will the volunteer be able to benefit from working at this Project?

• Experience another culture and language.
• Improve English reading, writing and speaking ability
• Exposure to indigenous language through interactions with culture
• Gain experience in working with children and NGOs