6th ICYF International Young Volunteers Camp 2024, Turkiye (Fully Funded)

Call for Applications: Apply for the 6th ICYF International Young Volunteers Camp 2024. A fully funded camp is returned under the theme “Young Volunteers in Post-Disaster Psychosocial Support.” The camp will run from the 23rd of April to the 5th of May 2024 in Antalya, Turkiye. This year 150 participants (75 young men, and 75 young women) will Join from the OIC member states and non-OIC member States. No Application fee is required.

This year the ICYF Young Volunteers Camp aims to train young volunteers in post-natural disasters like floods or earthquakes and humanitarian crises Psychosocial Support and community service. By learning these skills, young people can be a strong force for good in their communities during tough times. You do not need to show English Test Proof. Participants will also have time to enjoy in Antalya. More details are given below.

About 6th ICYF International Young Volunteers Camp 2024 in Antalya, Turkiye

  • Camp Location: Alaaddin Keykubat Youth Camp, Kepez, Antalya, Türkiye
  • Camp Dates: 23rd April-5th May 2024
  • Camp for Women: 30th April to 5th May 2024
  • Camp for Men: 23rd to 28th April 2024
  • No of Participants: 150 (75 men, 75 women)
  • Deadline: 24th March 2024

Format and Methodology

The six-day camp will consist of practical training on the post-disaster psychosocial support process, workshops, sessions, and cultural and sports activities.

Perks and Benefits

  • ICYF will support international transportation expenses up to 125$.
  • Local Transportation from the Airport to the camp location and from the camp to the Airport is covered.
  • Accommodation is covered
  • Food and city tour costs related to local hospitality will be provided by the ICYF.
  • All selected participants will receive an invitation letter for visa purposes.

Also Check: List of Conferences and Youth Summits in 2024 (Fully Funded)

Camp Objective

  • Providing Psychosocial Support Skills
  • Post-Disaster Preparedness Training
  • Strengthening Community Service Awareness
  • Developing Teamwork and Leadership Skills
  • Strengthening Social Ties

Eligibility Criteria

  • Being a citizen of an OIC Member State and representative of a Muslim community in a Non-OIC Member State.
  • Ability to communicate in English.
  • Aged between 18–35.
  • Understanding key local and/or global issues of natural disasters and humanitarian crises.
  • Ability to work in teams.
  • Volunteering background and experiences (article, project, photo, video, etc.).
  • Passionate and responsible to attend the full camp training program.
  • Demonstrated leadership capacity.

Also Check: Turkiye Work Visa Process – How to Get a Work Permit

How to Apply for the ICYF Volunteers Camp?

The application process is online. The link to the official website is given below.

VISIT HERE TO APPLY FOR THE ICYF VOLUNTEER CAMP

Source: https://www.icyforum.org/call-for-applications-6th-icyf-international-young-volunteers-camp/
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