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Vision Statement

A conscious choice of the future profession by the young generation based on their abilities and the perspective of the economic development of the village.

Target group

40 young people coming from unprivileged families and children, whose parents are gone abroad, aged between 12-17 years.
The following Clubs will be founded:

-20 young people will learn wood carving. There is already a verbal agreement with a professional teacher for this Club.

- 20 young people will learn the art of ceramic. There is already a verbal agreement with a professional teacher for this Club

Aims of the Project (long-term non-material and spiritual goals)

O1 – To teach valuable practical skills children whose families have difficulties insuring adequate care and education;

O2 – Тo increase sociability and integration into society of children coming from unprivileged, vulnerable families by means of developing their artistic aptitudes;

O3 – To cultivate love and appreciation for work in general, art and national heritage and culture;

O4 – Тo promote moral values in the society

O5 – To prevent school abandon;

O6 – To avoid the split of the families by preventing migration.

Expected project results (Outcome/Output):

 

In the woodworking workshop boys will be learning woodcarving, but also making different useful objects from wood – spoons, plates and cutlery, windows, doors. In the future these children will be able to have a profession, working in, for example, furniture factories. They also will be able to take orders form the inhabitants of the village. In the pottery workshop souvenirs will be made, but also various objects for home use.

The main envisaged results are:

  • The 2 workshops will be assembled in a proper way in order to insure a normal working process,
  • 40 young people will receive theoretical and practical skills in the fields of woodworking and ceramics,
  • The project develops in the context of a concrete way where the entrepreneurial competence of children is crucial for their social inclusion;
  • The project increases the social security of children against poverty and other social threats by providing knowledge and skills for self-employment;
  • 40 young people will participate at exhibitions and contests, by this strengthening their capacities.