Brave Girls Project - Missions - Sedunia
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Mission Description

Support and help improve the wellbeing of vulnerable communities!

HumanKind delivers evidence based, sustainable solutions that ordinary people of good will can use to make a difference in the area of mental health and emotional well-being. We especially use the arts as our approach as the arts are a powerful tool that crosses language, cultural and social economic barriers.

*About the Project*
This project is a collaboration between HumanKind, Kindness Kedah and Taylor's University. 
The Brave Girls project aims at improving the well-being of at-risk girls from the B40 group. The project will use the Expressive Arts, an evidence based approach for improving self-esteem and increasing positive feelings in children and teenagers. This project involves a group of girls between the key ages of 10-15. A trainer together with a volunteer team will run the program. There will be two sessions, a first workshop with a group of girls from Kedah and a second workshop with a group of girls from Kuala Lumpur. 

*Volunteer Opportunity*

We are calling out for passionate and dedicated individuals who would like to part of this project in. The volunteer will firstly be trained in Expressive Art Making in order to facilitate the session, together with a professional trainer. As a volunteer facilitator you will fulfill a function of protection and containment to allow the teenagers to express themselves through art making. We hope to create a healthy environment where the volunteers can interact with teenagers and the teenagers can feel free to be themselves around adults.

Because of the current MCO, both the training and the workshops will be held online. The Volunteers may  choose from one of the proposed workshop dates depending on their availability. Training is compulsory.

Volunteer Training in Expressive Art Making 

The process comprises an initial 8 hours of theoretical initial online training. It includes :

- The use of Clay as therapeutical tool

- Values of Bravery & its symbolic representation

- Principles of Expressive Art

- Child Rights & Child Protection   

Training Dates

4th of February 2021
Time: 7.30pm - 10pm 

5th of February 2021
Time: 7.30pm - 10pm

Workshop Dates

6th of February 2021 for the Brave Girls Kedah
Time: 9.30am - 12.30pm

20th of February 2021 for the Brave Girls Kuala Lumpur
Time: 9.30am - 12.30pm

No prior knowledge or particular expertise is required to take part in this volunteering service with teenager, just a willingness to accompany a child/young person in the process of Expressive Art Making. Volunteers are
expected to show emotional and psychological maturity.
There is no training fee, except a commitment to serve in a project that serve vulnerable communities.

Recruitment and Interview Process
Applicants will need to send in their application form no later than the 31st of January 2021, and attend an interview for admission (half an hour, online) with the project leaders.
The purpose of the interview is to get to know each other in person, find out about your daily activities and share your motivations and willingness and commitment to participate in the project.

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Mission Impact

We are on a mission to identify, resource, connect and support kind people who want to serve those who are vulnerable within communities.

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When & Where

GPS Coordinates: 3.0692970, 101.5997480

04 Feb 2021 07:30 pm (Thursday)
20 Feb 2021 12:30 pm (Saturday)

Mission Hours
13 hours

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