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OLUNTARY WORK

The volunteers

They are persons who wish to participate voluntarily in the action of the team Alouette Foundation and want to help on the field in the Philippines. The persons in charge of AFPI examine every candidacy then entrust to the successful applicant – “the Volunteer” – a particular mission for a definite duration (from 3 weeks to several months) see MOA volunteer arrow-R-b.gif (119 bytes)

Welcoming volunteers
Volunteers will be welcomed in Manila, in the Malibay district (Pasay City), where the foundation is located. Accommodation is provided for volunteers, who will be asked to participate towards costs. The costs of the flight and food are at the volunteers’ expense.

Warning!
We receive many applications from volunteers and can only accept those people who will be of real use to the Foundation. It is important to be competent in a precise domain. It is also important to come for the right reasons. Think it over.

Candidates
Send your CV (with a recent photo) and a cover letter in french and in english, in France to :

Association Alouette c/o Nadège Deladoeuille
28, Grand Rue
63350 Maringues

tél.: (+33) 6 75 78 96 97
e-mail : alouettestage.volontariat@gmail.com

or to Philippines

Alouette Foundation of the Philippines, Incorporated
755 E Cornejo Street
Malibay
Pasay City 1300 (Philippines)
tél : 00 632 854 2676 - fax : 00 632 851 0126
e-mail : alouettephilippines@yahoo.com

Since 1998, Alouette Foundation has already welcome many volunteers :

Volunteers in 2017 :

  • Training in the center for girls in Palawan (1 month - Chloé D. et Julie G., OJT)

Volunteers in 2016 :

  • Training in Leyte (1 month - Amélie P., Eloïse P., Estelle C. et Léa E.)
  • Training in Leyte (1 month - Julie M., Guillaume C., Vincent C., Maylis S., Jules D., Tanguy L. et Jacquelin Z.)
  • Volunteers at Iwahig (3 months -Benoit B.et Jean D.)

Volunteers in 2015 :

  • Volunteer at the Center for Abused Girls in Palawan (3 months - Magali B.)
  • A Scouts Group in action at Mac Arthur (1 month - Scouts et Guides de France du Haut-Anjou : Alice M., Claire P., Clémence L., Noémie B., Catherine W. and Léa S.)
  • Renovation of a school at Mac Arthur, Leyte (1 month - Solidarité Médecine Créteil : Isadora C., Jane B., Nada G., Navin J. and Sandra L. OJT)

Volunteers in 2014 :

  • Help to the children victims of the Typhoon Yolanda at Mac Arthur (1 month - Christophe B., Manon L. and Inès B., volunteers)
  • Training in the center for girls in Palawan (3 months - Floraine G., OJT)

Volunteers in 2013 :

  • Coordination of the Center for Abused Girls in Palawan (3 months - Maud E. L., OJT)
  • Coordination of the project of Natural Farming at the Center for Abused Girls in Palawan (6 months - Julie M.)
  • Coordination of the Center for Abused Girls in Palawan (3 months - Sandra D., OJT)
  • Studies project of enlargement of the Center for Abused Girls in Palawan (2 months - Alice T., volunteer)
  • Marketing - Center for Abused Girls in Palawan (2 months - Clémence M. & Tristan M., volunteers)
  • Marketing - Malibay and the Center for Abused Girls in Palawan (2 months - Arnaud M., OJT)
  • Animation with the children at Irisan, Baguio City (3 weeks - Team Compagnons of Viroflay: Madeleine, Laure, Alise, Chloé, Paul, Victor )
  • Animation with the children at Cordova, Cebu (1 month - Maena, Jeanne, Astrid, Lucas )
  • Coordination of the Center for Abused Girls in Palawan (4 mois - Kathleen D., OJT)
  • Care by the osteopathy at the Center for Abused Girls in Palawan then Baguio and Bontoc (2 months - Marion S.)
  • Coordination of the Center for Abused Girls in Palawan (2 months - Alice V., OJT)
  • Administrative support at Malibay (1 month - Nathaniel L.)

Volunteers in 2012 :

  • Animation with the children at Malibay, Pasay (1 month – Scouts Group from Château-Gontier : Catherine, Florence, Gwladys and Lise-Marie)
    look the article of "Haut-Anjou" of 30 nov 2012
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    Scouts from
    Château-Gontier
    Painting works by our friends of Boissy sans Avoir
  • Works : painting railings, install a washbasin and a basket of fireplace of outside at the Center for Abused Girls in Palawan (1 week our friends of Boissy sans Avoir : Gérard and Maryvonne, Sébastien, Rodjana and their littleTom, Gervais and Maryline, René and Monique).
  • Animation with the children at Malibay, Pasay and after at the Center for Abused Girls in Palawan (1 month – Melody C. et Alexandre L.)
  • Animation and administrative work at the Center for Abused Girls in Palawan (1 month – Anne-Laure C.)
  • Marketing – natural farm at the Center for Abused Girls in Palawan (1 month – Lou S., OJT)
  • Social working – Center for Abused Girls in Palawan (4 months – Gaëtane P., OJT)
  • Animation at the Center for Abused Girls in Palawan and various administrative works (Audrey T., volunteer)

Volunteers in 2011

  • Marketing – Sponsorings for the Center for Abused Girls in Palawan (3 months – Laurine B, OJT)
  • Animation with the children at Malibay, Pasay (1 month – Group : Albane, Francois-Xavier, Lauretta, Manon, Pierre)
  • Marketing – Sponsorings for the Center for Abused Girls in Palawan (5 months – Delphine M., OJT)
  • Updating of communications tools (4 months – Anne-Lise M.)
  • Updating of communications tools (2 months – Marc-Henri G.)

Volunteers in 2010

  • Coordinate the project of the Residential Center for Abused Girls in Palawan (6 months – Aurélie R., OJT)
  • Marketing – Creation of communications tools and search for school sponsorings (6 months – Manon C, OJT)
  • Marketing – Sponsorings for the Center for Abused Girls in Palawan (3 months – Fanny, OJT)
  • Marketing – Creation of communications tools and search for school sponsorings (3 months – Blandine R, OJT)
  • Reorganize the program of micro-credit (6 months – Maelle, volunteer)
  • Coordinate the project of the Residential Center for Abused Girls in Palawan (6 months – Blandine C., volunteer)

Volunteers in 2009

  • Coordinate the project of the Residential Center for Abused Girls in Palawan (3 months – Emilie, OJT)
  • Maintain the operation of the Residential Center for Abused Girls in Palawan (4 months – Bertha, OJT)
  • Communication - Realization of a film presenting the programs of Alouette Foundation (2 months – Elise et Rudi, volunteers)
  • Marketing - Sponsoring with the local companies - Creation of a "Guide of the volunteer" (2 months – Elise, volunteer)

Volunteers in 2008

  • Creation of slide show on all the programs (6 months – Maïa, volunteer)
  • Setting up a sponsorship campain for the underprivileged children living in the slums of Metro Manila (2 months – Clémentine, internee)
  • Setting up micro-loans for 25 families in Pasay (3 months, Solenne, internee)

Volunteers in 2007

  • Reorganizing and setting up the “Samoki Weavers” project (6 months – Alice and Manu, volunteers)
  • Activities with children in Pasay (Scout group – Elodie, Jeanne, Simon, Pierre Emmanuel, Amélie and Mathilde)
  • Supervising the weaving project in Samoki Bontoc and developing sponsors (Yohan)

Volunteers in 2006

  • Project design and drafting for a care center for abused girls (5 months – Mathilde, internee)
  • Setting up the “sewing workshop in Malibay” project (Clotilde, student in Manila for 1 year, volunteer)
  • Participating in renovating the premises in Samoki Bontoc (Raphaël, volunteer)
  • Reorganizing and setting up the “Samoki Weavers” project (6 months – Alice and Manu, volunteers)

Volunteers in 2005

  • Marketing – promoting Alouette amongst local companies (1½ months – Jacinthe, volunteer)
  • Marketing – promoting Alouette amongst local companies (1 month – Bodiel, internee)
  • Marketing – promoting Alouette amongst local companies (2 months – Julie, internee)
  • Activities with children in Baguio and Bontoc (1½ months – Fanny, volunteer)
  • Activities with children in Pasay (2 months – Thibaut, internee)
  • Activities with mothers of families in Pasay (dancing, 1 month – Babs, a Filipina living in France, volunteer)

Volunteers in 2004

  • Activities with children from the local district and shantytowns (Jonathan, Josselin, Simon and Quentin – Scouts of France).

Volunteers in 2003

  • Activities with the children of San Antonio-Abra and help in the nursery school with Claire, Severine, Maryline and Chrystelle, who are all social workers. (Claire had already been to Malibay in 2000).
  • Activities with the children in Baguio, Pangasinan and Bontoc (1 month – Marion and Marc – Guilde du Raid)
  • Activities with the children in Pasay and Quezon Province (1 month – Charles and Amandine - Guilde du Raid)
  • Audit of the association, the sponsorship program and the Palawan project and sharing expertise with the accountant (Pierre, student of chartered accountancy)

Volunteers in 2002

  • A few young people from the first group of voluntary workers from Bagnolet wished to return to the Philippines to see how the project was developing. They were joined by a group of women from the neighborhood. Virginie, Sakiha, Emile, Tayeb and Saïd transformed the nursery school by decorating the walls. They also exchanged French and North African cooking recipes with recipes from the Philippines.
  • Setting up a project for paralegal assistance in Iwahig (5 months – Emilie)
  • IT training, paralegal assistance, feasibility study into a micro-loan program (3 months – Emily – Cédric – Ecole 3A)
  • IT training (1 month – Marion – Bérénice)
  • Activities with the children in Pasay and Quezon Province (1 month – Charles and Amandine - Guilde du Raid)
  • Activities (1 month – Aurélie – Anne-Claire – Guilde du Raid)
  • IT training (Jean-Yves, Sandrine, Marine, Benjamin – Guilde du Raid)

Volunteers in 2001

  • Activities with teenagers (1 month – Eveline – PSA)
  • Setting up craftwork programs (5 months – Christophe)
  • Activities with children in the local district followed by setting up a database of the beneficiaries (1 month – Jean-Christophe and Matthieu – HEC)
  • IT training (1 month – Rado – Holland)
  • Setting up tools for finding funds (1 month – Eric – Switzerland)
  • IT training and promoting the Alouette Foundation (3 months – Mounira and Olivia – Ecole 3A)
  • IT training and promoting the Alouette Foundation (1 month – Violaine and Tirma – Guilde du Raid)
  • Activities with children in the local district (1 month, Lucile, Nadia, Hervé – Guilde du Raid)

Volunteers in 2000

  • Organizing shared transport for the children of Santa Lucia. Studies into the rental of large premises for holding meetings and other activities (2 months – Nadège)
  • Master’s Degree in the Management of Associations at Maine University – Le Mans. Computerization of Alouette Foundation’s accounts and setting up computational tools for different programs (2 months – Khemara Ith)
  • IT training for adults (1 month – Amandine)
  • Activities with children in the local district (Géraldine, Richard, Hervé, Laurent, Fanny, Nathanaël – HEC)
  • Activities with children in the local district (Jérémie, Claire, Laetitia, Matthieu, Julien – Mission de France, Guilde du Raid)

Volunteers in 1999

  • Communication with companies and other French NGOs and organization of the "Printemps de la France" in Manila (3 months – Caroline)
  • Student at the Michel Montaigne IUT in Bordeaux in Social Careers, Development and Humanitarian Action Management - Organization of the "Printemps de la France", coordination networking with French NGOs, marketing aimed at French companies (3 months – Géraldine)
  • Activities with children of the local district and shanty towns - Mission de France, organized by the Guilde Europeenne du Raid (1½ months: Jean-Philippe, Clélia, Camille, Claire, Thibaud and Marion)

Volunteers in 1998

  • Renovating the Day Care Center in Malibay (team of 6 workers from Bagnolet: Cheikh, Kamel, Pascal, Sergio, Karim and Kader, supervised by Saïd)
  • Requesting French companies based in the Philippines for computer equipment. Study on exporting the products of the Samoki weavers. (2 months – Régis).
  • Setting up the micro-loan program (3 months – Claire - Student at Michel Montaigne IUT in Bordeaux, Managing Development and Humanitarian Action)
  • "Access" software classes for the Filipino staff (Sébastien, 1½ months)
  • IT training for the children of the IT training center (2 months - Marie-Laure)
  • Activities with the children and adults of the Foundation – Mission de France, organized by the European Guilde du Raid (team of 6 French students for 1 month: Agnès, Alexandra, Christophe, Elise, Laure-Hélène, and Pascale).
  • Setting up the Foundation’s website (3 months – Julie)
  • Market research on the opening of a small store to sell the products of the Samoki weavers (3 months – Sandrine).


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«A wonderful team, a warm and sunny people, in all an exceptional human adventure. The children and the people of the Philippines have given me as much as I was able to offer them.»

Sébastien, 20 years old, volunteer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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