Free The Children Japan (FTCJ) Volunteer and Leadership Trip to India 2011

FTCJ Volunteer and Leadership Trip to India 2011
- Coming Together with Indian Children and Renovations at The Health Center-

Free The Children Japan (FTCJ) have been supporting
children of the world so they can be liberated from poverty
and educated to become independent. We will be having a
Volunteer and Leadership Trip to India in August!

On this year's trip we will be renovating a Health Center in Udawad Village.
Apart from the renovation we also have these plans:
1. Interact with the children of Udawad Village.
2. Listen to a lecture about today's India by the staff of FTC India.
3. Take training to become Youth Leaders who work on international problems.
4. Sightseeing of the Taj Mahal, Delhi, Jaipur and Udaipur.

Let's experience India! And, let's change the world together!

◆Guidelines for applicants:
【Visiting Region】India (Delhi and Udaipur, Rajasthan)
【Travel Schedule】8/6/2011 - Depart Narita 8/14/2011 Arrive Narita
【Registration Fee】Student244,000yen / Adult229,000yen
*The fuel surcharge fee and the airport tax, etc. are included.
*The the Indian Visa fee is not included.
*Add 12,000yen for a private room for your self (for 3 Nights).
*Travel Insurance is not included. Each person must arrange their own.
【Who can apply?】Junior high School Students or older who are willing to become a member of FTCJ
【Briefing】The briefing will be held in the FTCJ office by the following schedule .
5/21 2:00PM-4:00PM, 5/24 6:00PM-7:30PM, 6/8 6:00PM-7:00PM
 *Please register as an FTCJ member.
*Students younger than junior high school must have their parent or guardian participate.

【Number of Participants 】15 participants (a minimum of 6 participants)
【Application deadline】7/5/2011 (or closes when 15 participants joins)
【Project Organisation】Free The Children Japan
【Apply 】Please send an email to with the title
「Volunteer and Leadership Trip to India. 2011」
with your name and contact details in the body


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