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IIWC1810 INDONESIA SEMARANG CITY STUD,EDU ,CULT, 25/05/2018 07/06/2018

RAMADHAN CAMP | IIWC1810 | 2018-05-25 - 2018-06-07 | STUD,EDU ,CULT, | Age: 18 - 99

 

Ramadhan Camp i Ramadhan is a part of moslem life in Indonesia, it is such a special month for moslem around the world and so is for Indonesian moslem. Ramadhan Camp will emphasize an introduction of Muslim culture in Indonesia especially about Ramadhan and its meaning for Indonesian moslem. This workcamp offers a cultural experience and study about Ramadhan life in Indonesia including the Ramadhan working hours, sleeping and wake up management, way of working, schedules, food and drinks, cookies, etc. This workcamp is located in, Fatimatuzzahro Orphanage; it is a Muslim orphanage that accommodates not only children without parents but also needy children whose parents could not afford for their formal education. Poverty is a main reason why these parents entrust their children under the education of the orphanage.

Work: Teach the orphans about cleanliness and create fun atmosphere for them while they are practicing to fasting. Volunteer will do some daily activity with local community such as cooking, cleaning, and learning how local community doing their worship during Ramadan.

Accomodation and food: Fatimatuzzahro orphanage room with shared toilet and bathroom, sleeping bag and mattress needed, and self-cooking.

Location: SEMARANG CITY

Location and Leisure: Fatimatuzzahro orphanage which located in Semarang city Central Java Indonesia.

Train/Bus station: Tawang Main Station

Requirements: Participation fee of this Projects is IDR 2.750.000 ,should be paid upon arrival. It is usually after orientation session from IIWC staff or Camp Leader.

Language: eng,eng

Extra Fee: 2750000.00 IDR

Be ready for very early breakfast for Ramadhan at 2.30 am, sleepy day time, praying songs during most evenings. Be ready for the very basic accommodation, since the volunteers will stay in the orphanage. Your clothes should cover your knees, shoulder, and veils.