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The course fees (including food, accommodation, education, and travel to the project) are £ 3.200.
If you don’t have a lot of money – don’t give up! For those who are unable to raise this money, there are opportunities to raise a scholarship towards some of the course fees by joining the Gaia Course. This runs for 4 ½ months before the start date of the Poverty Activist team and is a combination of studies and practical tasks.
CICD has taken an active stand to some of the most burning issues of our time and have decided to stand shoulder to shoulder with The Poor.
Learning here is action based, and you will constantly be involved in projects, actions, planning and conclusions. Our teaching methods are untraditional and demanding, both for students and teachers. We all have to be active and involved to get the most out of it – this is where it starts, to create the change we want!
You will work with the community to empower them to create sustainable solutions for improving their lives. You will be applying all you have learned in the previous period of the programme. The projects address areas such as: Health & Hygiene, Education, Climate Change and Farming.