Power for Youth Erasmus + project

The project objectives were:


O1. Entrepreneurship development for 34 young participants aged between 18 and 30 years from 4 partner countries for aperiod of 10 days of activities. The object was achieved by non-formal education methods public café, theater plays andother games on non-formal education.
O2. Developing skills through non-formal education for 34young participants from five partner countries for a period of 10 days of activities. The objective was achieved through non-formal education method Debate and other games.
O3. Cultural and linguistic skills development for those 34participants over a period of 10 days of activities. This objective was achieved through vivid Library, intercultural exchange and dialogue between participants
O4. Supporting young people with fewer opportunities to 20 of the 5 partner countries, 20 young people with fewer opportunities Horezu. They have developed skills for 10 days
of activities by various methods of non-formal education and dialogue games.
O5. Developing the capacity of five partner organizations managing the problem of youth unemployment in rural areas where it operates. This was achieved by way of communication between partners, how to select the participants, communication tasking, joint development and collaboration activities in the dissemination of the project.

Material used in the project :


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The proposed project comes in youth support that faces social problems that are known at European level: unemployment
and low level of entrepreneurship initiatives. The project address to the youth from the rural area that lack entrepreneurship
spirit and have low esteem in their proper forces. The youth from the rural area find very few jobs, they are not adapted fro
the rural area and don’t know the opportunities that they have through the European projects. From Olt County 59,43% from
population is in the rural area, and 61,25% are youth. In these areas the unemployment among youth its about 38,78% that
represents high cotes in this context. In the rural area from which the Spain partner comes – rural area Bursa – the
unemployment reached 58% among youth, and in the rural area of the Bulgarian partner – rural area Gobrunov– the
unemployment is 59% among youth.
Methods of nonformal education:
– Public caffee
– Debate
– Role games
– Theatre play
– Workshops
– Ateliers and games

Pictures from the activities


Impact


 

The project will have an impact through:
1. The involvement in the project of 34 participants from 4 European countries ( Turkey, Italy, Romania and Bulgaria) – there
will be 7 participants and 2 group leaders from each partner;
2. Involvement within the activities of 20 youth with diminished opportunities that have big difficulties economic and social in
their area. With the help of the nonformal education they will have initiative;
3. 20 youth from Horezu that will be involved in the project activities. They will learn about the opportunities of the Erasmus
Plus Program.
4. Involvement during the visit to the Cultural Centre Horezu of 100 youth. These will learn about the nonformal education
methods and about the Erasmus Plus Program.
5. Will be involved in these project 5 countries represented by an organization. Through their involvement they will develop
their expertise and operational capacity. This close collaboration we intend to have as finality future projects and a strategic partnership.
6. Unfolding of 2 press conferences coordinated by Sentire(one at the beginning and one at the end of the project). At
these press conferences will attend the local authorities, youth NGOs and other people interested by the project topic.
7. Developing of an Association blog in which will be posted all the materials made. This is a starting point for the
informations dissemination. Also, the pictures and materials made during the project will be posted on the Facebook group
and Yahoo groups.
8. awareness of 250 pupils from Olt County regarding the project and the opportunities of the Erasmus Plus Program. This
awareness will be made with the support of the School Inspectorate Olt that will help us in dissemination of the promotional
materials.

This project has been funded with the support of the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union. This publication reflects only the views of the author and the EU Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.