Fighting Poverty in Latin America and the Caribbean

Dunmow, Essex
10 Aug 2017
14 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Richmond Vale Academy offers an A-certificate in “Fighting with the Poor” in St-Vincent and the Grenadines.
The A-certificate is an 18 months program, with theoretical and practical studies at the Academy and with a Service period in community development projects, both in the Caribbean and in Latin America. The program is a cooperation between Richmond Vale Academy, One World University and Humana People to People.
The program:
- 6 months of training in Richmond Vale Academy to become Development Instructors: study about causes and conditions of poverty, global warming, health, inequality, the future of the Poor and Latin American studies. Practical training in sustainable farming and other skills needed for the work in the projects.
- 6 months of Service in a Child Aid project with Humana People to People in Ecuador or Belize. Living and working shoulder to shoulder with the poor while serving the needs of rural communities and improving the surrounding conditions of the children.
- 6 months Journal period at Richmond Vale Academy: sharing experiences, producing a journal about your experiences, working in St Vincent communities, finalizing studies and exams as well as training new Development Instructors. Graduation and planning your future work with the Poor.
As you train to become a development instructor you will be challenged to stretch your mind and understand the world. You will learn about empowering the poor to create a sustainable future.
The only demands are a high school degree and a decent knowledge of the English language.
To apply for the program, or to request more information, send us your e-mail address where we can contact you to send you further information.

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