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Estonia: Erasmus+ and this morning’s activity.

This morning’s activity was simple. Flawless. Significant. Just perfect. We walked silently. Twenty people. No phones. No talking. 4-5 metres apart. We were asked to connect with nature, whichever way we needed to. Reflecting, thinking about specific moments in nature, observing everything or simply zoning out, eyes closed. So we walked. I ...
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Tender Reference: VOPS 36/2021 – KomUnita

KomUnita is a social platform for volunteers. It will create a space where volunteers and VOs can interact, communicate and educate. The idea was developed from feedback reports we receive from volunteers. The aim of the project is to address the need to manage volunteers in a more efficient, flexible ...
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VACANCY for Songwriter/Producer!

Right to Smile Foundation is looking for a Songwriter/Producer to be part of our upcoming project ‘Comfortably Numb’.  Post: Contract of Service Project: Comfortably Numb Project timeline:  April till October 2021. Project Summary: Following non-formal workshops dealing with substance abuse, the youths, aged between 13 and 15, will create and ...
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June to August – Project & Donation Report

We are in the 5th month since schools closed in Kenya, Cambodia & Malta. During these months we have adapted to the current restrictions, & the needs of our beneficiaries as the pandemic has shifted our objectives from a long term perspective to an emergency. We have been in constant ...
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Santa Lucija Youth Club- Vacancy for a Youth & Community Worker

We are looking for a Youth & Community Worker to coordinate our Youth Group in Santa Lucija. The candidate must be able to work flexible hours including week ends. Position Part- Time – 5-10 hr weekly Responsibilities – Co-ordinate/Plan Volunteer Meetings & Youth Activities – This includes activity planning, Volunteer ...
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Olasiti Sustainable Agriculture & Food Security Training

In September Right to Smile together with Maccop started a project to empower the members of Olasiti community to improve their food security by teaching them new skills in sustainable farming. In the last few years, climate change has been effecting the rural communities of Kenya heavily. Droughts, short rain ...
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Geography and Health Inequality: what can be done about it?

One of the universal human rights is the right to health.  By right to health, I am not just referring to access to basic health services and building of hospitals but a wide range of factors that are essential for a healthy life.  These include amongst others: Safe drinking water ...
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Tania Integrated Rehabilitation Centre – New Project

“Let’s go give it a look,” I said smiling.  ‘What could one possibly expect?  Keep your hopes down.  No expectations.’ I told myself as we were planning to visit an Integrated Centre for children with additional challenges during my trip to Kenya last year.  ‘No expectations.’  I remember thinking the ...
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Ritianne Buhagiar – 2017

Littering in public places is generally frowned upon.  But could the same thing be said for Kenya?  My walks around towns like Ngong or Kibera in Kenya left me appalled by the many streets that serve as rubbish dumps with towering piles of plastic bags all over.  No matter where ...
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Volunteer Training

Training is an increasingly important aspect of attracting, supporting, retaining and rewarding volunteers. Volunteering with children can have a negative effect if done without the right training. Right to Smile takes a very important approach to protect the children we work for and we believe training of volunteers is important ...
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