Teaching, care for children, elderly and victims of abuse: activities of the Cooperative Basque Youth in Oaxaca, Collique, Cochabamba, Jutiapa or Chimoio
• One hundred Basque youngsters - girls and boys - develop volunteer work and support the development of disadvantaged areas in Asia, Africa and America
• The Basque Government and several NGDOs coordinate development cooperation tasks that fulfill 25 years of activity
• Beatriz Artolazabal: "the dedication and vocation that shows our basque youth is admirable and guarantees the future of our Country"
• The European Commission launches the European Solidarity Corps in which there are also paid support activities
• The Minister Artolazabal dedicates a memory and support to the people killed and wounded in the terrorist attack of late yesterday in Barcelona.
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Teaching, care for children, elderly people and women and children who are victims of abuse are some of the activities of the Cooperative Basque Youth in the cities of Oaxaca, Collique, Cochabamba, Jutiapa or Chimoio and in other places in Asia, Africa and America in Which a hundred girls and boys develop this summer various tasks of volunteering and solidarity. The Minister for Employment and Social Policies of the Basque Government, Mrs. Beatriz Artolazabal, who has dedicated a memory and support to the people killed and wounded in the terrorist attack last night in Barcelona, follows closely the reports made by the Youth Department and affirms that "the dedication and vocation that shows our basque youth is admirable and guarantees the future of our Country".
One of these young people, Bergoi Sevilla, cooperates these days with Aid in Action in Oaxaca, Mexico. There he made a mural on the side of the office of EECOS-INCIDE (Ánimas Trujano) along with children and children from Zapotec communities who participated by throwing paint balloons to the wall.
Itziar Caño López de Sosoaga is in Collique, Peru, participating in a toy library in a Serso San Viator project. There they have celebrated celebrating parties and meetings with great reception and animation of the citizenship.
In Bishrail, India, there are Amaia Monge and Maitane Agirre with the NGO of World Rural Forum giving classes in a primary school. In Lurigancho, Peru, also with Serso Euskalerria, Beatriz Alonso de Linaje de Nicolás, Maitane Erauzkin, Miren Muxika, and Lain López work in a playroom and in a school developing sporting and play activities.
Jone Arrazola and Laura Cristina Ospina, are destined with International Solidarity in Guatemala within the activity of the local NGO Almudi. In Cochabamba, Bolivia, Amaia, Nerea and Telmo also work with Serso Euskalerria.
Ana Pérez Biedermann, Estibaliz Garrido, Maria Gimenez Urquiola, Ingrid Andrea Huertas and Ane Olariaga, are working in a school in San Viator, with Serso Euskalerria. In Chimoio, Mozambique, coordinated by the NGO Haurralde cooperate Oihana Goikoetxea and Estibaliz Pájaro.