In a world where borders often divide us, the European Solidarity Corps program continues to stand as a symbol of unity and cooperation. Recently, four enthusiastic volunteers from Türkiye made their way to us – Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina as part of this remarkable initiative.
If you are active in the youth field in the Western Balkans or interested in cooperating with the region and have questions about the Erasmus+, the European Solidarity Corps, how to get involved and what is the role of SALTO South East Europe Resource Centre, then we urge you to register and take part in these informative online sessions!
Volunteers will take part in the “CO2mpensating by Planting Project” which is a groundbreaking initiative, marking the first of its kind not only in Croatia but across the entire region. This project is designed to engage volunteers in a vital environmental endeavor, providing a unique opportunity for companies, institutions, and individuals to take steps toward mitigating their carbon footprint.
During the ESC project, volunteers will engage in diverse areas as per the weekly activity plan designated for them. Their commitment involves working five days a week, with a minimum daily requirement of five hours. Each week, they are granted two days off, and additionally, they are entitled to two extra days off per month.
ESC Humanitarian Aid project – “H.A.N.D.” – Humanitarian Aid for the Needs of Development aims to fulfill the needs of society while offering an opportunity for participants to contribute to the community. Volunteers will be offered an opportunity to immerse themselves in the lifestyle of Bosnia and Herzegovina, all while participating in volunteer endeavors with a focus on humanitarian efforts.
The ESC project is a voluntary program aimed at empowering and supporting young volunteers from the local community. Participants will play a crucial role in various weekly volunteering activities, including providing free tutoring, socializing with children and young people facing fewer opportunities, running workshops for children, film education, theatre, urban walks, and discussions on the climate crisis.
Two enthusiastic volunteers from Turkiye have embarked on a journey to Bosnia and Herzegovina, ready to make a difference in the lives of others. The arrival of these dedicated individuals marks yet another chapter in the long-standing exchange program between BRAVO and Turkiye, fostering cultural understanding and cooperation. Building upon the success of previous initiatives,
The ESC short term volunteering project, which will involve 6 volunteers in the Municipalities of Buccino (Sa) and Sicignano degli Alburni (Sa), will focus on the potential of the ESC program to bring value to countryside areas suffering from depopulation problems and lack of opportunities for young people