Based in Cunlhat, in the French department of Puy-de-Dôme, the association Détours assists job seekers to find a stable and sustainable socio-professional situation. To provide support, the Détours association manages, among other activities, a Reception Centre for Asylum Seekers (CADA) located in Saint-Amant-Roche-Savine. The CADA offers asylum seekers a shelter for the duration of their refugee status application file’s study. It provides for their accommodation, as well as administrative follow-up (accompaniment of the asylum application procedure), social follow-up (access to health care, schooling for children, etc.) and financial assistance for food. This year, the CADA would like to call upon a workcamp of young volunteers to promote solidarity with the asylum seekers and their families.
In a dynamic of creating links and improving the living environment of the centre, the association Détours wishes to create a garden shared between the CADA and the EHPAD (a housing facility for dependent elderly people). This garden will be offered as a place to relax, to escape from the difficult daily life of refugees. Concretely, your missions will be: the maintenance of the green spaces, the development of the garden (plantations, furniture). You will learn how to handle tools for the maintenance of green spaces and how to lay out an exterior. You will work in small groups alongside the refugees. This common work will be a real opportunity for exchange and social cohesion. You will also work with the residents of the CADA on the theme of sustainable development and will apply the values of respect for the environment to the workcamp. A supervisor will supervise the work and will be delighted to share and teach you working techniques. You will work 4 to 5 hours a day.
You will be accommodated in tents, on the village’s campsite. You will walk to the workplace (5 to 10 minutes walk).
14.09. - 27.09.2020
Adresa: , Saint-Amant-Roche-Savine, France
GPS: 45.575711, 3.6318161
The CADA is located in Saint-Amant-Roche-Savine, a village of 500 inhabitants, 60km south-east of Clermont-Ferrand. You can visit the church of Saint-Barthélemy. Situated in the heart of the Livradois-Forez Regional Natural Park, the village offers beautiful panoramas of the Forez mountains. You will take part in the festivities for the French national holiday of 14 July. To visit around: Ambert, town known for its paper tradition (paper mill) still visible at the Richard de Bas mill and its Auvergne PDO cheese: the Fourme d’Ambert. You will be able to stroll in its historical district with its timber-framed houses. Many activities and animations are proposed there during the summer. You can also take part in the activities proposed by the CADA alongside the refugees: cultural activities, sports activities, workshops.
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