Munteha went to Slovenia!

Münteha Dokgöz went to Ljubljana, Slovenia with the European Solidarity Corps project “Big things start out small” of our Slovenian partner Zavod za globalno učenje in razvoj projektov (Zavod Global). Münteha will work on the development of the disadvantaged children for their prescho
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Burhan went to Zagreb!

Burhan Can Uzer went to Zagreb, Croatia with the European Solidarity Corps project, “Changing the world from my neighbourhood”, of our Croatian partner, Syncro – Synergy Croatia. Burhan will participate in the activities for the development of the disadvantaged children of
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IPlan-et has been approved!

The European Solidarity Corps, Volunteering Teams in High Priority Areas project “IPlan-et” we applied with our Tunisian partner the Association Solidarite Echange et Developpement – ASED has been approved by the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency. We, Eğitim Programl
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Omer and Begum left for Slovenia!

Today Ömer Demirci and Begüm Galipoğlu went to Ljubljana, Slovenia for one year with the European Solidarity Corps project “Big Things Start Out Small” of our Slovenian partner Zavod za globalno učenje in razvoj projektov (Zavod Global). Ömer as a chef will cook delicious
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Davut went to Romania

Davut Şahin went to Romania within our European Solidarity Corps project “Carousel”. Our volunteer will work on the personal and social development of disadvantaged children and young people in Romania for 10 months. We wish Davut good luck for his tasks.
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“A Place I Know” has been approved!

Our European Solidarity Corps project “A Place I Know” has been approved by the European Commission and the Turkish National Agency! Within the project, 5 Turkish volunteers will go to Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Melendugno, Italy, Sousse, Tunisia and Paredes, Portug
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Andrea’s work

Our volunteer Andrea Aliende Armendia from Building Bridges from Spain of our Erasmus+ European Voluntary Service project “Life Goes On” completed her 2-month long service in Sinop. Since she couldn’t work in the Association of Spastic Children due to COVID-19 preven
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Watch Fatima’s interview

Fatima Benmessaoud, from Morocco, who came to Sinop with our Erasmus+ European Voluntary Service project “Life Goes On”, couldn’t leave Sinop. She stayed here. First she worked as an English teacher at Bahçeşehir College. Later she started working in Sinop University
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Zuhal went to Slovenia

Zuhal Yeşil went to Ljubljana, Slovenia with the European Solidarity Corps project “Big things start out small” of our Slovenian partner Zavod za globalno učenje in razvoj projektov (Zavod Global). Zuhal will work on the development of the disadvantaged children for their
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Tamer is here again!

Tamer Toghoj from Jordan came to Sinop with our European Solidarity Corps project “Spread Your Wings” for the second time. Tamer wanted to come here again for the long term after he finished his first short term activity with us. This time Tamer will work on the developmen
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