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Date du début: 2 juil. 2014, Date de fin: 1 mars 2016 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

The Youth Association from Transylvania organized the second long term EVS project with a group of nine volunteers coming from 7 European countries, Armenia, Georgia, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Portugal and Slovenia. The project title was "DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT FOR TRANSYLVANIA + ' and activities began in September 2014 and lasted between 8 and 12 months. This project was the continuation of the first EVS project of the association which had 6 volunteers the long term. Also, out this project we hosted in the same period two volunteers for 12 months, coordinated by a Turkish partner. We implemented this project according to a long-term plan established at the formation of the association aimed at developing our community at local level, but also at the level of Transylvania. This includes strengthening opportunities for youth mobility, improving educational opportunities by providing better access to different jobs' markets and broadening cultural knowledge and experience of our target groups, which are children, youth and young adults in the strict sense, and the whole community in a broader sense. This EVS project is part of this plan. Our objectives were: 1. Hosting 9 EVS volunteers who continue the activities of the 6 volunteers who made activities in the community in the first project implemented by ATA 2.That the project contributes to the fulfillment of our long-term plan, to support through the local and regional activities the youth and the development of our communities. 3. That the project achieves tangible impact, self measurable and quantifiable, more involvement of youth locally, more mass media actors, educational, environmental protection and leisure in the area and professional development for the volunteers. What made this project different from many other EVS projects is that before we submit the application form we have gone through a thorough selection phase for the six activities realized within the project. These were the activities and the volunteers who implemented the project: TV support activity Csilla Palla from Miskolc, Hungary - stage period: 01/09/2014 - 26/08/2015 , 12 months Mkrtich Shakhdinarian from Tbilisi, Georgia - stage period: 01/12/2014 - 25/11/2015, 12 months Radio support activity Dobos Bela from Szekesfehervar, Hungary - stage period: 01/09/2014 - 26/08/2015, 12 months Ani Karapetyan from Abovyan, Armenia - stage period: 11/09/2014 - 06/08/2015, 11 months Guide of amateur astronomers activity Maya Isabel Victoria Helget from Essen, Germany - stage period: 04/09/2014 - 15/07/2015, 10 months and 15 days Peter Daniel from Miskolc, Hungary - stage period: 06/12/2014 - 30/11/2015, 12 months Recycling and upcycling workshops activity Annica Rödiger from Bonn, Germany - stage period: 04/09/2014 - 15/04/2015, 7 months and 15 days + Neslinur Turan from Edirne Turkey - stage period: 23/09/2014 - 23/04/2015, 12 months NGO support activity Maria João Rodrigues Arrais de Castro from Braga, Portugal - stage period: 06/10/2014 - 30/09/2015, 12 months + Melek Aydin from Izmir, Turkey - stage period: 15/09/2014 - 15/09/2015, 12 months Kindergarten support activity Anja Maslesa from Trbovlje, Slovenia - stage period: 01/10/2014 - 27/07/2015, 10 months The impact of the project can be summarized as follows: More than 100 news articles and more than 40 videos created, more than 500 radio shows, more than 150 creative recycling workshops and six bazaars involving more than 400 children and 200 young people from 5 villages and 2 towns, more than 40 English conversational events, in 2 schools with 150 children, 9 cinema evenings for more than 50 children, 7 local events organized, more than 20 workshops for nearly 100 young people and 12 events to observe the phenomena of astronomy for 30 young people, more than 170 days spent in a kindergarten where she had activities with more than 75 children and more than 100 days spent in a nursery where she had activities with more than 30 children. Besides these, they had organized more than 14 visibility events in 4 schools, 8 events to promote volunteerism and other 4 different events. In total, more than 1,000 people attended these interactive activities.



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