Volunteer in Portugal


Social inclusion program in Amarante
Amarante, Porto       July 3 - July 14, 2018

Volunteer project: This volunteer project in Amarante aims to raise awareness among the international participants and the local population on social inclusion, mainly of young people with disabilities, as well as on fair trade, organic farming and environmental preservation.

The volunteers will take part in various activities: group dynamics; presentation of the city and the region; discussions on the project theme (objectives, tasks division); visit to the most important sites of the city; training on theatre performance and workshop on how to deal with differences; direct contact and work with a local NGO responsible for activities with local young people with disabilities; organize an event (theatre performance) involving both groups (project participants and local handicapped young people) to be presented to the local community (street performance, more than 500 people expected to attend).

Language: English

Free time activities: Visits to some of the main cities and spots in the North of Portugal (Guimarães, Porto, Parque Natural do Alvão).

Accommodation: Participants will be accommodated in shared rooms (4 participants each) of Casa da Juventude de Amarante. Participants should bring their sleeping bag. Healthy food with organic and vegetarian ingredients will be provided. Laundry available (self-service). The youth centre has free Wi-Fi.

Location: Amarante is a small town in the North of Portugal, part of Porto district (60 km far from Porto, to the interior) with 12.000 inhabitants. It is quite a famous city for tourism, culture and wine production. Indeed it is quite near (18 km) to the Oporto wine region. It is crossed by Tâmega River (one of the rivers ending at Douro River that crosses Porto till the Atlantic ocean) and is in the valley of one of the most important Portuguese mountains, Marão (1450 m). Amarante is well located (nearby passes highway A4 connecting to Oporto and highway A11 connecting to Guimarães) and has a good public transport system. The city is 40 min away from the nearest airport (Oporto) by car.

Terminal: Porto

Age range: 18 - 30 years old

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Habitat restoration and conservation program
Montemor-o-Novo, Evora       July 3 - July 14, 2018

Volunteer project: The main aim of the project is to highlight the importance of volunteering and cooperative work in the conservation of nature. The project seeks to contribute to the preservation of the cultural and natural heritage of Montemor-o-Novo by creating trails along Almansor River in order to provide access to watermills along the river.

To accomplish these goals, participants will engage in several tasks: designing, cleaning and marking trails; cleaning of the surroundings of the watermills; designing a tourist information map in several languages; cleaning of river banks; cutting invasive plant species, etc.

Language: English

Free time activities: Participants will have the opportunity to get to know local history and heritage (namely the Castle of Montemor-o-Novo), take part in local gastronomy workshop, wool workshop, ceramics workshop, visit Grutas do Escoural and local museums, go to the swimming pool, Comporta beach, visit Évora (world heritage).

Accommodation: Shared bedrooms (4 people) in a youth center.

Location: Montemor-o-Novo is a municipality in the district of Évora in the middle of the Alentejo region of Portugal. Is located 100 km from Lisbon (the capital of Portugal) and from the coastline, where we can find beautiful beaches. Montemor-o-Novo is also located 30 km from Évora which is a UNESCO World Heritage City. This town is quiet and peaceful, a great place to enjoy the rural landscapes and good food.

Terminal: Lisbon

Age range: 18 - 30 years old

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Restoring trails and green areas damaged by the fire
Serpins, Coimbra       July 16 - July 27, 2018

Volunteer project: With this project, we'd like to promote the environmental and historical heritage of the parish of Serpins, to revitalize a waterfront trail that disappeared in the fire of October 2017, to raise awareness of the environmental consequences of invasive plants and promote plantation of native species.

The volunteer in this project will work on:
• Cutting small trees using hand tools
• Storage and transportation of small logs
• Restoration of a trail that was destroyed by the fire
• Organizing activities with the local community
• Cutting acacia shoots (invasive plant) as a way to stop their growth
• Preparing a plot of land for future planting of native species

Language: English

Free time activities: In the free time, the group will have the opportunity to get to know Coimbra and the old University, the river beaches in Lousã and in the evenings participate in some cultural activities with the local community.

Accommodation: The participants will be lodged in the campsite of Serpins parish which is close to a river beach.

Location: Serpins is a town located 25 km from the city of Coimbra.

Terminal: Porto or Lisbon

Age range: 18 - 30 years old

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Rebuilding communities after the fire
Castanheira de Pera, Leiria       July 17 - July 28, 2018

Volunteer project: In June of 2017, wildfires near Pedrogão Grande destroyed almost 500 homes, 141 000 hectares of land and killed 64 people in central Portugal. The forest fires of 2017 were the country’s most deadly fires of all time and destroyed over 372 jobs leaving this area even more abandoned.

The aim of this project is to help fire victims who have lost all their possessions in the fires. The volunteers will work on public and community infrastructures in the affected villages by painting fountains and chapels as well as reforestation. The volunteers will mostly work together but in specific tasks the group will be divided in smaller groups to work in different places simultaneously.

Language: English

Free time activities: The volunteers will visit important cultural and historical places like the Sanctuary of Fátima, the historical University of Coimbra, historical forest of the Mata do Buçaco, Castle of Pombal and Leiria as well as the beautiful beaches of central Portugal like Figueira da Foz, Osso da Baleia and Nazaré.

Accommodation: The accommodation will be in a small village named Bolo near Castanheira de Pera. Participants will sleep on the floor in an old school. Lunch and dinner will be served in a restaurant.

Location: Castanheira de Pera, Leiria

Terminal: Pombal

Age range: 18 - 30 years old

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Forest protection and preservation in Arrouquelas
Arrouquelas, Santarem       July 18 - July 29, 2018

Volunteer project: This project will be held in Arrouquelas, a small village in the countryside of central Portugal. The volunteers will participate in various activities of work, creation, responsibility and fellowship and interaction with the local population of Arrouquelas. It is a project that aims to help the village preserve its surrounding forest and prevent fires. This project will leave results, due to the experience and ecological attitude that we intend to instill in young people, by the intercultural dynamism, but also by the work done, creating better conditions for the surveillance of the forest.

Activities to be carried out:
- Construction of a lookout post in the highest place in the village - this post will be built in wood, with specialized technical assistance
- Performing manual activities: painting, simple construction;
- Cleaning some rural roads which may be used in forest surveillance routes, roads that are obstructed by wild forest, due to their low utilization and desertification of the rural environment;
- Creation of surveillance routes;
- Encouragement of cultural visits to the region, and to the main points of interest;
- Creation of a Facebook page which will serve as a journal of the activities carried out and that will be invigorated by the participants;
- Participation in a workshop on fire prevention awareness and promotion of good practices of forest preservation.
- Educational video about the subject;
- Promotion of cultural activities with the population
- Intercultural evening open to the local population

We intend to create an intercultural evening open to the Arrouquelas community. We would like also to rely on the collaboration of the participants for a pedagogical approach to the integration of people with cultural differences such as refugees who now seek shelter in Europe.

Language: English

Free time activities: The participants will be able to visit nearby cities, learn about Portugal, its history, habits, culture and language. We will provide entertaining activities that will keep all participants motivated in this project. During the project we plan to take the participants for a tour in our region, visiting places of cultural and environmental interest.

Accommodation: The volunteers will be living in tents or in one big house in the village.

Location: Arrouquelas is a small town with about 800 inhabitants in a rural region of Portugal, near Rio Maior and 90 km from Lisbon.

Terminal: Arrouquelas

Age range: 18 - 30 years old

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Inclusion and empowerment through circus arts
Famalicao, Braga       July 20 - July 31, 2018

Volunteer project: The aim of this workcamp is to contribute to an inclusive project called "One for All" where a "social circus" methodology is experimented and through music, dramatic expression and circus, they promote personal, social, motor and cognitive skills of young and adults with mild, moderate and severe motor and mental disabilities (the circus as an inclusion tool). Through this project it will be possible to adapt spaces, activities and artistic presentations, making a personalized accompaniment of all young people and adults with disabilities to make their presentation at the Festival of Circus to be held from 12th to 15th July in Famalicão. The workcamp allows the human and logistic resources so that the spaces and materials can be adapted ergonomically to the target group, so that the structures are painted, decorated and prepared for the Festival and that the participants can accompany (and learn) young people and adults with disabilities in their circus performances.

The tasks of the participants will be to accompany, practice, learn and teach young people and adults with disabilities some circus performances, together with supervisors and teachers, and support all the dimensions of their performance before, during and after the Youth Festival of Circus. Besides the artistic and supporting tasks, participants will also be asked to decorate the space for the Festival making sure it is accessible for everyone (for example for people with mobility problems).

Language: English

Free time activities: The participants will have the opportunity to join free time activities like swimming pool, cinema, and beach. They will take part in circus workshops (several artistic dimensions of circus) and participatory video and they will have chance to visit and get to know Vila nova de Famalicão, Oporto and Vila do Conde cities.

Accommodation: The volunteers will be living in a school.

Location: Vila Nova de Famalicão in the North of Portugal, near Oporto and Braga

Terminal: Porto

Age range: 18 - 30 years old

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Environmental protection and wildfire awareness program
Vila Real       August 1 - August 12, 2018

Volunteer project: This last summer was very critical so this project is intended to carry out very important prevention work. The main goals of the project are:
- To put in practice tactics for the preservation, cleaning and sustainability of the environment through direct contact with nature;
- To raise awareness for the preservation of the forest resources and of the importance of plants and living beings;
- Creation of a pamphlet with information such as primary measures of fire fighting, to emphasize the importance of native species, etc.
- Relate Geocaching experience, an experience of exploration and discovery/adventure with information about how to preserve our natural environment;
- Connect hiking with apprehension of the environment and how to preserve it; promote reforestation;

Volunteer tasks:
- Preparation of material needed to carry out the activity;
- Preparation of forest roadmaps; collection of photographic material during the activity;
- Promotion of an activity dedicated to forest cleaning;
- Maintenance of rails and paths;
- Performing Geocaching activity to go for the discovery of new trails and nature, guided by specific GPS coordinates and looking for hidden caches;
- Identifying risk areas in critical periods;
- Creation of groups to gather information, develop ideas and graphics for the pamphlet;
- Careful development of a pamphlet with information pertinent to the population, which is also delivered in schools;
- Creation of groups to develop a movie about the activity.

Language: English

Accommodation: Camp and youth hostel. The primary accommodation will be in camping tents. In some places, there will be a possibility to stay in a hostel.

Location: Vila Real city is located 50 minutes away from the Porto airport

Terminal: Vila Real

Age range: 18 - 30 years old

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Archeological research project in Freixo de Numao
Freixo de Numao, Guarda       August 6 - August 17, 2018

Volunteer project: The international volunteer project aims to support the efforts for protecting and promoting the regional cultural heritage of Freixo de Numão. The objective of this program is to give continuity to an archeological research project and the desire to turn the archeological site into a museum that has been developed since 1980.

Tasks to be carried out by the volunteer group:
- Maintenance and restoration aiming at turning the archeological site into a museum;
- Methodological digging, with an archaeologist's help;
- Soil riddling and floating, aiming at collecting different elements (coals, seeds, bones, etc.) for analysis;
- Materials washing and labeling.
During the project, the volunteers will work about 6 hours a day.

Language: English

Free time activities: In the spare time, volunteers will visit belvederes, castles, historical villages (Marialva), Rock Art of the Côa Valley and Douro Wine Region (UNESCO Patrimonies).

Accommodation: Volunteers will be accommodated in a Youth Centre with 2 dormitories and 8 rooms.

Location: Freixo de Numão, 200 km from Porto, 400 km from Lisboa, 90 km from Guarda, and 12 km from Foz Côa

Terminal: Freixo de Numão

Age range: 18 - 30 years old

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Enhancing the biodiversity at a Donkey sanctuary
Miranda do Douro, Bragança       August 7 - August 18, 2018

Volunteer project: The project will take place in the village of Teixeira/Atenor which lies in adjoining area to the Parque Natural do Douro Internacional (Douro International Natural Park), about 5 km from the village of Sendim (Miranda do Douro). The volunteers will help out in a Donkey sanctuary whose main objectives are to guarantee the welfare and veterinary care of donkeys and mules which are sick or old, that were abandoned or mistreated, or their owners have been unable to continue to care for financial or health reasons.

The main goals of this project are to enhance the biodiversity at the sanctuary, and improve the landscape for generations of donkeys and visitors to come; to enable the discovery of the Miranda Plateau, a unique rural region, rich in natural beauty, biodiversity, culture and traditions; and bringing together the international participants and the local community, therefore promoting intercultural and intergenerational encounters and exchanges.

The tasks planned for the enhancement of the biodiversity will focus on attracting birds. For birds to visit or live in a certain place, they need food and shelter, so we will preserve trees and plant shrubs that provide these. We'll add a butterfly and a pollinator garden – we will increase the plants that attract and support them. We'll add water – like a birdbath or a pond or a stream, that are very attractive to birds and other wildlife. We'll also add a log, build a pile of logs or rocks that can provide a home for wildlife, add birdhouses, bat houses or native pollinator houses. This way we'll welcome birds and insects that keep pest insects under control and so we can reduce the use of pesticides and avoid preventative spraying.

Language: English

Free time activities: There are several activities planned for the participants to get to know the beautiful local landscapes, the rich cultural traditions and the local community such as trekking and hiking around Atenor, trip to the Fraga do Puio viewpoint and to the Terra Mater Ecomuseum, visiting the donkey sanctuary and trying a walk with a donkey, trip to and night out at Palaçoulo traditional festivity, visiting Miranda do Douro, cinema nights, traditional games with the local community.

Accommodation: The accommodation is equipped with bunk beds and a barbecue area.

Location: Atenor, in the municipality of Miranda do Douro

Terminal: Porto

Age range: 18 - 30 years old

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Forest wildfire prevention project
Pampilhosa, Coimbra        August 10 - August 19, 2018

Volunteer project: The general objectives of this project are: Prevention of the forest and population against fire; Promotion of sustainability, environmental awareness, and biodiversity protection; Promotion of intercultural relationships, good environmental practices, and citizenship; Promotion of specific skills in the field of environmental management, nature protection and biodiversity.

Besides the project activities, the volunteers will learn about nature conservation and will engage in conservation-training activities in a beautiful agro-forest which needs intervention in order to make it more resilient and fire-prepared. This forest also has an important role in protecting Pampilhosa village against fires, since it has water and may also function as an ecological corridor/shelter for fauna.

Volunteer duties include:
- Protection of the forests around the village of Pampilhosa (central Portugal) against forest fires;
- Control of pyrophyte alien invasive species;
- Management of fuelwood;
- Construction of a water point for irrigation/control of possible fires;
- Rehabilitation of a traditional water transport system;
- Cleaning of the bed and banks of the River Cértima, and restoration of the riparian forest;
- Improvement of local fauna, flora and landscape;
- Encouragement of international exchange and exchange of experience;
- Promotion of environmentally and socially responsible attitudes and values;
- Development of training actions focused on individual and collective learning.

Language: English

Free time activities: The amazing National Forest of Bussaco, one of the 7 natural wonders of Portugal; Visit to Coimbra, a UNESCO World Heritage City that has one of the oldest universities in Europe; music, environmental movie night, traditional games, cultural and environmental tours.

Accommodation: Participants will sleep in a former firefighter’s headquarters that is currently managed by the Scouts of Pampilhosa. There are beds in shared rooms, and there are blankets, but participants have to bring their own sleeping bag.

Location: Pampilhosa, Coimbra

Terminal: Porto or Lisbon

Age range: 18 - 30 years old

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Building with earth
Montemor-o-Novo, Evora       August 27 - September 7, 2018

Volunteer project: This project aims to awaken youth for the traditional building techniques and the surrounding built heritage. It is a Hands-on-Approach in ancient building techniques, especially raw earth (adobe, rammed earth, CSEB (Compressed Stabilized Earth Blocks), earth plasters), fired earth as well as lime mortars and plasters. During the project we will act in public spaces built structures repairing and maintaining. Cooperation, communication, self-esteem, problem solving, risk evaluation, leadership and decision making are competences that we need in order to work together while building for and with the local community. The working environment is relaxed, in the heart of an artistic city.

Volunteer activities: Learn about and repair traditional lime plasters and paintings; Learn about and experience traditional handmade fired and raw earth brick production, clay preparation and application; Repair traditional terracotta brick structures (removing vegetation, cleaning and applying natural waterproof coatings); Learn about and repair rammed earth structures; Act to preserve raw earth plasters; Cleaning and organizing working areas and tools used during the activities; Take part in social activities in the neighbourhood and prepare public spaces for future interventions.

Language: English

Free time activities: Ceramics - make your own clay project and take it home – from modeling until firing, Group games, Opinion round tables, Yoga, Open Air Cinema, Landscape walks (Montado Landscape, visiting the megalithic heritage and the city of Évora), Concerts of national artists in the local annual fair.

Accommodation: Shared rooms in an old convent

Location: Montemor-o-Novo, a small town in Alentejo region, near the city of Evora (20 minutes by bus)

Terminal: Montemor-o-Novo

Age range: 18 - 30 years old

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Promotion and maintenance of the historic Douro-Varosa Trail
Lamego, Viseu       September 1 - September 10, 2018

Volunteer project: The historic Douro-Varosa Trail is located in the north of Portugal, starts in Peso da Régua, goes through Lamego and ends in São João de Tarouca, always along the river and with a great natural beauty. This trail crosses the Douro Valley, overlooking the surrounding mountains covered with vineyards and the river that flows at its feet and the Varosa Valley surrounded by the patrimony of the Cister Order. Last year we made the marking and cleaning of the route, this year we intend to work on the international promotion of the route.

This year's project tasks will be cleaning and maintenance of the route and signs; GPS route marking; making a photographic record of the natural beauty and landscape of the trail, as well as of the buildings that are part of the cultural heritage of the region; promotion on social networks; cleaning and maintenance of the forest.
Besides, we aim to provide a different experience for young people as it gives them the opportunity to learn about new sources of development, about a new culture and do practical work while getting to know the history of Portugal and its interior.

Language: English

Free time activities: Recreational and cultural exchanges with local residents, intercultural learning, cultural enrichment through visits in the region (Porto, Lamego, Régua, Pinhão and Douro valley) and leisure and environmental improvement activities. There will be also a traditional party, night game, gastronomic show and workshop, musical night, stars observation, farewell party.

Accommodation: In a building equipped with bunk beds.

Location: The project is located approximately 5km from Lamego and near the Douro region. Várzea de Abrunhais, where the chapel is located, beside Vila Pouca de Salzedas and next to Varosa river, is a rural village known for its great natural beauty.

Terminal: Porto or Lisbon

Age range: 18 - 30 years old

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Protecting forests against fires
Lousada, Porto       September 3 - September 12, 2018

Volunteer project: In this project, international volunteers will collaborate with a local environmental association which is committed to bringing nature and biodiversity to all. The general objectives of the project are: Prevention of the forest and the population against fire; Promotion of sustainability, environmental awareness, and biodiversity protection; Promotion of intercultural relationships, good environmental practices, and citizenship; Promotion of specific skills in the field of environmental management, nature protection and biodiversity.

Participants will perform environmental tasks and will also learn about nature conservation and engage in conservation-training activities in a forest near Lustosa (Lousada) which needs intervention in order to make it more resilient and fire-prepared. This forest also has an important role in protecting Lustosa village and Lousada against fires, since it has water and may also function as an ecological corridor/shelter for fauna. Volunteers' specific tasks include:
- Protection of the forests surrounding the village of Lustosa and Lousada (northern Portugal) against forest fires;
- Control of pyrophyte alien invasive species;
- Management of fuelwood;
- Construction of a water point for irrigation / control of possible fires;
- Rehabilitation of a degraded system for water transportation;
- Restoration of a small riparian forest;
- Improvement of local fauna, flora, and landscape;
- Encouragement of international exchange and exchange of experience;
- Presentation and discussion of the natural and social reality of the regions of origin of the participants;
- Promotion of environmentally and socially responsible attitudes and values;
- Development of action-training actions focused on individual and collective learning.

Language: English

Free time activities: Visit to Guimarães, a UNESCO world heritage city, cultural and environmental tours, fauna (bats, amphibians, birds) and flora observation, visit to Mata de Vilar.

Accommodation: Participants will sleep in Lousada Sports Center, in shared bedrooms (4, 5 or 9 beds)

Location: Lousada, Porto district, in northern Portugal

Terminal: Lisbon or Porto

Age range: 18 - 30 years old

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Reforestation and fire prevention in Algarve
Odiaxere, Faro       September 10 - September 21, 2018

Volunteer project: Help us create new forests and take care of old ones in areas damaged by human activity and wildfires in Portugal. Together, we will plant trees, shaping the landscape, feeding the soil, and acting to prevent fire, so that young forests can survive the hot summers and offer shade, water, and natural spaces to future generations of people and wildlife.

Volunteers will be engaged in the following activities and tasks:
• Preparing for reforestation: Working on an ecologically degraded area, we will use techniques for soil and water management to create conditions in which trees can survive. We will start a tree nursery, and start planting local species in a few places where watering is possible.
• Fire Prevention: We will decrease the risk of fire in a young native oak woodland, protecting and watering young trees, cleaning out dead branches, preparing for new plantations, and making signs with information about the reforested areas.
• Event Support: We will help with the organization of Open Day and Pizza Night events, by preparing spaces for the events, making crafts from natural materials (wool, willow, cork, wood) for the reforestation fundraiser, and creating educ-art: images, music, poetry etc. to present at events to educate the public about the value of native forest.

In this project we will also explore together the relationship between nature and culture through these activities:
• Nature Connection: We will have a day out and a few afternoons to visit places in the Algarve that are protected nature areas and places of traditional culture, and have opportunities to do walks, bicycle rides, and canoeing close to the camp.
• Group dynamics: We will start and end the day with opportunities for sharing and group decision-making, and everyone will participate in planning events, in observing, presenting, and evaluating the project results.
• Social and leisure activities: Together we will prepare evening activities; Cultural nights sharing cuisine and culture of participants’ countries; Games nights, and celebrations.

Language: English

Free time activities: You can go to the beach and visit Ria do Alvor estuary, an unique ecosystem of sand dunes.

Accommodation: Participants will be camping. We have tents available but if you wish you can bring your own. The diet will be healthy, local and organic.

Location: Odiaxere, Lagos

Terminal: Faro, Lagos

Age range: 18 - 30 years old

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Environmental restoration on the banks of Sao Joao river
Lousã, Coimbra       September 17 - September 28, 2018

Volunteer project: A project for the discovery of the São João river! The general aims of the project are to highlight the value the river of São João, its mills and waterfalls; to make known the cultural and natural heritage of Serra da Lousã and the region; to recover trails on the banks of the São João river; to promote the planting of native species.

Volunteer activities:
• Cutting small trees using hand tools
• Storage and transportation of small logs
• Arrangement of a trail that was destroyed by fire
• Promotion of activities for the local community
• Cutting acacia shoots (an invasive plant) as a way to stop their growth
• Preparing a plot of land for subsequent planting of native species

Language: English

Free time activities: In the free time, the group will have the opportunity to get to know Coimbra and the old University, the river beaches in Lousã and in the evenings participate in some cultural activities with the local community.

Accommodation: The participants will be lodged in a youth hostel in the center of Lousã. They will have free access to the municipal swimming pool.

Location: Lousã is located 30 km from the city of Coimbra, in the central part of Portugal.

Terminal: Lisbon or Porto

Age range: 18 - 30 years old

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Promote Fair Trade and organic farming in Amarante
Amarante, Porto       September 19 - September 30, 2018

Volunteer project: This volunteer project in Amarante is intended to raise awareness among the international participants and the local population on organic farms, organic food and fair trade. The volunteers will develop skills related to agriculture work in organic farms and environment preservation.

The volunteers will be helping on organic farms in the region of Amarante. They will be in direct contact with local organic producers and will work with them The volunteers will also get a training on fair trade and sustainable development (e.g. workshop on Fair Trade and healthy food). The group will run different activities and presentations in order to increase the level of commitment at local level (Amarante) for organic and fair trade products.

Language: English

Free time activities: Visits to some of the main cities and spots in the North of Portugal (Guimarães, Porto, Parque Natural do Alvão).

Accommodation: Participants will be accommodated in shared rooms (4 participants each) in the Youth Center of Amarante. Sleeping bag is needed.

Location: Amarante is a small town in the North of Portugal, part of Porto district (60 km far from Porto, to the interior) with 12.000 inhabitants. It is quite a famous city for tourism, culture and wine production. Indeed it is very close (18 km) to the Oporto wine region. It is crossed by Tâmega River (one of the rivers ending at Douro River that crosses Porto till the Atlantic ocean) and is in the valley of one of the most important Portuguese mountains, Marão (1450 m). Amarante is well located (nearby passes highway A4 connecting to Oporto and highway A11 connecting to Guimarães) and has a good public transport system (bus station). The city is 40 min away from the nearest airport (Oporto) by car.

Terminal: Porto

Age range: 18 - 30 years old

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