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Starting dates in 2020

Starting dates 

Dear visitor

In these precarious times, we stay committed to extending our solidarity and support to marginalised communities who, once again, will bear the brunt of another worldwide crisis.

The world will need all good forces who are willing and able to do whatever is needed. The pandemic has not yet peaked in the project countries, so realistically speaking we must anticipate six months before those countries reach a post-corona reality.

By the time of writing this –  in June 2020 – we aim for sending the already trained volunteers who presently they are on stand-by, to the project countries in early 2021.

This means that this first cohort of post-corona volunteers will work at the projects for six months, starting in February or March of 2021, and finishing six months later, that is in August or September 2021. Thus, as the second cohort of volunteers can arrive at the projects in August or September 2021, their preparation periods can start three months prior to that, ie. in May and June 2021.

In short: We aim for starting up new teams in May and June of 2021. This is our best estimate of a post-corona scenario, for now. We hope you understand that we all need to adjust to this new reality.
Please let us know if you have any questions at all.

Stay safe and best wishes! 💚

The Take 10 Volunteer Communications and Admissions team

Preparing to be a volunteer, and to do it together as the team, was a great experience.
Working with the people, at the grass roots level, at the project was…. an eye-opening experience.
I learned so much about myself, and the world situation.

Autumn 2021

October 2021

Starting date:
1 October 2021 – if the covid19 situation permits

Project country:
One of the project countries where your support is needed. This could be in India, Malawi, Guinea Bissau, Zambia, Botswana or Mozambique, depending on what is possible and needed.
At this point in time, we cannot foresee how the covid-19 situation develops.

Training takes place at:
DRH Lindersvold, Faxe, Denmark

 

Talk to us! 🙂

Please contact

John Balsen

Phone / WhatsApp: +45 2367 4906

Email: info@take10volunteer.org

 

Dear visitor

In these precarious times, we stay committed to extending our solidarity and support to marginalised communities who, once again, will bear the brunt of another worldwide crisis.

The world will need all good forces who are willing and able to do whatever is needed. The pandemic has not yet peaked in the project countries, so realistically speaking we must anticipate six months before those countries reach a post-corona reality.

By the time of writing this –  in June 2020 – we aim for sending the already trained volunteers who presently they are on stand-by, to the project countries in early 2021.

This means that this first cohort of post-corona volunteers will work at the projects for six months, starting in February or March of 2021, and finishing six months later, that is in August or September 2021. Thus, as the second cohort of volunteers can arrive at the projects in August or September 2021, their preparation periods can start three months prior to that, ie. in May and June 2021.

In short: We aim for starting up new teams in May and June of 2021. This is our best estimate of a post-corona scenario, for now. We hope you understand that we all need to adjust to this new reality.
Please let us know if you have any questions at all.

Stay safe and best wishes! 💚

The Take 10 Volunteer Communications and Admissions team

Spring 2021

June 2021

Starting date:
1 June 2021

Project countries:
One of the project countries where your support is needed. This could be in India, Malawi, Guinea Bissau, Zambia, Botswana or Mozambique, depending on what is possible and needed.
At this point in time, we cannot foresee how the covid-19 situation develops.

Training takes place at:
College for International Cooperation and Development, Patrington, England.

 

October 2021

Starting date:
1 October 2021 – if the covid19 situation permits

Project country:
One of the project countries where your support is needed. This could be in India, Malawi, Guinea Bissau, Zambia, Botswana or Mozambique, depending on what is possible and needed.
At this point in time, we cannot foresee how the covid-19 situation develops.

Training takes place at:
DRH Lindersvold, Faxe, Denmark

 

Preparing to be a volunteer, and to do it together as the team, was a great experience. 
Working with the people, at the grass roots level, at the project was…. an eye-opening experience. 
I learned so much about myself, and the world situation. 

Need more information?

Please contact

John Balsen

Phone / WhatsApp: +45 2367 4906

Email: info@take10volunteer.org

 

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