🌍 About the project
🎯 Our Objectives:
- 1. Knowledge is Power: We're equipping participants with the ability to list the most common natural disasters in their respective regions, explain their causes, and identify the primary safety protocols associated with each disaster.
- 2. Plan the Action: We're boosting participants' skills to ability to develop and implement basic disaster response plans tailored to their local environment.
- 3. Mitigate and Move Forward: We're developing participants’ abilities in recognizing and promoting simple yet effective mitigation measures to help their communities resist and recover from local natural disasters more swiftly.
🧭 The journey so far
Yesterday we marked the first day of this adventure as young participants from seven countries arrived in Capataneni. The first day was a day of introductions, where we embarked on a path of mutual discovery, learned about the rich opportunities offered by Erasmus+, and explored the benefits of the Youthpass certificate, a tool that will recognize our learning and growth in this project, laid out our hopes, and addressed our concerns. As the sun set, we enjoyed the Bulgarian intercultural night together, a celebration of diversity and unity, setting the tone for the coming days.
🌟 Expectations for the next days
Moving forward from our energetic start, the upcoming days are filled with activities that will help our participants grow. They will take part in sessions that teach them about natural disasters and show them how to prepare and react. During the workshops, everyone will work together to create plans for how to act when a disaster happens, making sure these plans work well for their own towns or cities.
There will be also fun activities that will let people learn about each other's cultures, helping everyone understand and support each other better. We'll also have talks from experts who have real experience in dealing with emergencies, and they'll share their knowledge on what to do best in these situations. Plus, every day we'll take some time to think about what we've learned, which will help make sure that everyone remembers the lessons and skills they've gained, setting them on the path to be leaders in keeping their communities safe.
As we progress, we'll continue to build on the foundation we've set, working towards a future where young people are not just prepared for natural disasters, but are also proactive leaders in their communities.