This is a family ecovillage project of twelve team members : Shall be to create a conductive Eco- village environment, using local and global method EDE ,Ecovillage Design Education methods and promote organic farming/agronomy of crops, flowers, cultivation and mitigation of Climate change & Volunteerism impacts in our livelihood.
This project is to promote biodiversity solutions in The Gambia.
Brufut is a town near the city of Serrekunda, in the Gambia, . A wide, palm-dotted beach stretches along its Atlantic coastline. The Brufut Woods Community Project is a nature preserve home to birds like owls and cuckoos. Southwest of town, the Tanji Bird Reserve occupies the Tanji River estuary and its islands. The reserve shelters raptors and migratory birds, as well as rare monk seals and nesting sea turtles.
Pratique d’une langue
Aide avec des éco-projets
Compagnie pour pers. âgée
Bricolage et projets de construction
S’occuper des animaux
Aide dans une ferme
Baby-sitting et jeux créatifs
Cuisine/repas pour la famille
Aide à la maison
Aide informatique / avec Internet
There are lots of different reasons for volunteering with us:
gaining work experience and gaining and improving employability skills, contributing to the local community while keeping busy, meeting new people in a great work environment, improving mental health and feeling valued,
or simply for the rewarding feeling of helping the community.
So, what should you expect from us?
We will look at the skills we, as an organisation, currently require, and match these up with your skills set. During your induction meeting, we shall agree a list of things you will be responsible for, so you always know what you are meant to be doing. You’ll also be assigned a supervisor to guide you and provide ongoing training.
Ce projet peut impliquer des enfants. Pour en savoir plus, consultez nos directives et conseils ici.
Charity work, teachnig projects for the local children, shopping, preparing/cooking and sharing food and recipes, ecovillage activities, planting tress following permaculture principles, making manure, caring for local elders, babies and children, etc.
Fula, Fulah, Pulaar, Pular: Intermédiaire
Cet hôte propose un échange linguistique
Cet hôte a indiqué qu’il souhaitait faire partager sa propre langue ou en apprendre une nouvelle.
Contactez-le pour en savoir plus.
Local hut houses, shared bedroom. Kitchen and toilet outside the house. We can provide hosting for 8 people who will be sharing a bedroom in 4 different houses (2 people in every bedroom).
Food is available three times daily, shared with the family (the Gambian way of eating, sharing with the locals).
Yuna Village is the town near Brufut, The Gambia. It is a town located in the Western Division of the Gambia. The town of Brufut is situated a couple of kilometres inland from the coastal road, but the name Brufut is applied to an area extending from around the town, out to the coast. It has a main street with a market, and some government offices, it is reached via a 'red' sandy unmade road from the coastal road, from Brusabi on one side to Ghana Town on the other side. The area is a fast developing location because of its highly developed infra structure. It is easy to reach from the capital, Banjul, the economic centre, Serrekunda, and the tourist area of the Sennegambia Strip by the AU Coastal Highway from the turntable in Brusabi going towards Tanjii and situated on a slight hill giving direct views to the unspoiled sandy beaches and the Atlantic Ocean.
To get here by public transport take a Tanji-bound bush taxi or gelli-gelli from Bakoteh Junction in Serekunda. Note that several hotels in the area are not convenient to public transport (being well off the main road), including Hibiscus House and Leo's.
We can also pick up travelers from the airport (Banjul international airport) by car or public transport.
Accès Internet limité
Nous avons des animaux
Nous sommes fumeurs
Cet hôte a indiqué qu’il aimait accueillir les digital nomads.
Cet hôte a de la place pour les vans.
Cat, and dog
Plus de 2
Maximum 4-5 hours a day, 5 days a week