Development Instructor in Action Development Instructor in Action Maputo, Mozambique CICD Non-profit | CICD
12 months programme: 5 months studies and preparation at CICD in UK - 6 months volunteer work in Africa - 1 month evaluation and presentations
Climate, Water and Energy Activist Delhi, India CICD Non-profit | CICD
Work with the poor to get a cleaner and better environment, access to clean water, light at night without burning precious trees and without electricity

Project Details

International college with international studies and practical training for volunteers for development work in Africa and India.

CICD in Hull is for students 18 + and up, who want to learn about the world at the same time as doing valuable development work. You don't need previous experiences or specific background to join - but you need a big heart, to be flexible and ready for big challenges and to learn many new things! Our teams are from 12 to 24 months, and all include 6 months voluntary work as a Development Instructor at a project for community development, health campaigns or education in Africa or India.

The main focus of the project is on
NPO Status
Yes, registered non-profit organization
Foundation Year
1998
Contact Person
Marie Forell
Spoken Languages
English

Social Impact

CICD works together with the NGO Humana People to People to stop poverty, working together with the poor in Zambia, Mozambique, Angola and other countries in Africa and in India to fight disease and create good education.
- Education of children and adults in Preschools, Primary schools and Teachers Training Colleges
- Training of youth in vocational schools
- Environment and water projects
- Farming and micro finance
- Health campaigns, prevention of HIV/AIDS, malaria

Pursued Sustainable Development Goals
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