Computer literacy and cine-debate
- Accommodation and food: 0.00 Euro
- Transportation: 0.00 Euro
- Activities: 0.00 Euro
- Hosting organisation support: 200 Euro
Description: Access to computer tools is still very limited in schools and universities in Togo. As a consequence, a large majority of Togolese pupils and students do not master computer tools. This becomes a real handicap in their school or university curriculum. Concerned about this observation, ASTOVOT sets up for the benefit of students in the commune of Kpalimé basic and practical courses in computer science and Internet tools for a period of three 3 weeks. The modules will focus on: discovery of computers and familiarization with a computer, connection, navigation, e-mail, downloading software and transfer of text and image files, discovery of social networks. In addition to the courses, the project offers the opportunity to make film and documentary screenings to the children;
Type of Work: Work First part : Registration of pupils and students interested in the training + presentation of the training program ;
- Implementation of the training program (introduction, basic computer notions, discovery of the computer and use of Windows, learning the keyboard, typing in Word and Excel, creation of an e-mail account, introduction to searching for information on the Internet and use of social networks);
- Evaluation and delivery of certificates to the participants
Second part : Choice of films or documentaries;
- Arrangement of the projection space ;
- Preparation and installation of the projection equipment
- Supervision of children ;
- Screening of the film or documentary;
- Intercultural debates
NB: ASTOVOT has a computer pack of more than ten laptops
Accommodation: Housing conditions are generally basic (especially in rural areas). The group is housed together in a house in which the volunteers have to share the rooms (usually 2 to 4 rooms). We have small mattresses and plastic mats that will be used as bedding for the volunteers. Because housing is often not equipped with beds. However, volunteers can provide small air mattresses or small floor mats, sleeping bags, mosquito nets ...etc. Volunteers prepare their own meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) on site. The dishes are varied and diverse with local and imported ingredients provided.
Language: French and English are the two languages of the project. However, French is the official language spoken in Togo. It is advisable for English-speaking volunteers wishing to participate in this project to have a minimum level in French, because a large majority of local volunteers and communities have a low level in English.
Requirements: ASTOVOT volunteering workcamps are open to everyone, regardless of the nationality of the volunteers. The min age required is 18 years. No special skills are required, just motivation for the activities presented and good morals.The workcamps can be of several types (more or less physical, more or less "intellectual"), it is therefore recommended that volunteers target the one that best suits them
Approximate Location: Situated 120 km north of Lomé, the commune of Kpalimé is the ideal place for nature lovers and hikers who wish to discover beautiful mountainous landscapes and tropical flora. Numerous natural waterfalls will allow you to refresh yourself at the water's edge. Kpalimé is also home to the most important craft center of the country where a very large number of artists and craftsmen have settled.With about 101 088 inhabitants, Kpalimé is a tourist town in the Plateaux region.
Notes: The diet of each volunteer is respected and taken into account in the preparation of the meals. During the international days decreed on the workcamp, each group of volunteers (Europeans or Togolese) can present a typical dish from their country or continent. As part of the international workcamp, several activities are organized: discovery walks, hikes, festive outings, cultural meetings. These activities allow volunteers to get in touch with local populations but also to discover Togolese culture. During the weekends, group excursions are organized to discover the tourist sites of the region where the construction site is located. It should be noted that the participation (transport, visiting fees and other costs) of these activities are covered by the volunteers themselves.