October 21, 2018

Intercultural Volunteering Program FCC2015

Intercultural Volunteering Program FCC2015

Story Highlights

  • Venue : Incoming Exchange Morocco
  • Outgoing Exchange (International)
  • Start : 01/03/2015
  • End : 15/09/2015
  • Deadline : Ongoing (Check each program DL)
  • Theme :Youth exchange programs, Erasmus Plus, Workcamps, Training courses, Festivals, Seminars, Volunteering workshop, Learning Arabic Langauge and Culture program

” Since the times of Phoenicians this part of the world known as Al Maghreb or Al Maghrib (literal meanings “the west” and “the land where the sun sets”) has enjoyed rich academic and scholarly culture. In intellectual center like Fez, a visitor will find  the oldest existing, and continually operating educational institution in the world, founded in 859 AD (UNESCO World Heritage Convention 1981). However, today according to World Bank 2008 Report – The Road Not Traveled – Education Reform in Middle East and Africa Morocco ranks in the 11th place for overall access to education among 14 MENA (Middle East & North Africa) region countries…”

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This is why FCC and its partners are committed to address educational, environmental and human development aspects in Moroccan society as a part of Millennium Development Goals. In order to reach these goals FCC, as a grass roots organization, realizes the importance of location of Morocco on the crossroads of Africa, Europe and the Mediterranean region. As a result of this location many languages mark their presence in Morocco. As a traveler, one can encounter not only Arabic and French, which are the most widely spoken languages in Morocco, but also English, Spanish and Berber.

With these thoughts in mind FCC, in collaboration with its partners, proudly presents 2015 Intercultural Volunteering Program.

The main goal of this program is to create possibilities for incoming international volunteers to share their knowledge of languages, innovation, and intercultural dialogue with Moroccan Youth. 

In return, these projects are intended to introduce Moroccan culture to incoming exchange volunteers and students, and also while participation of the Moroccan Exchange volunteers and participants in projects abroad, Seminars, Training courses, Youth Exchanges, Workcamps and Student Festivals…etc

Finally, the goal of the Intercultural Volunteering Program is, to break prejudices and stereotypes by building bridges between Moroccan and international youth Volunteers as well as to develop mutual understanding and cooperation in the field of youth participation and non formal education as well as innovation in Organisations and Social projects.


 

Download the following Documents to learn more information about :

Incoming Exchange program 2015

Outgoing Exchange program 2015

Partnership proposals

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