Jizzak English Summer Camp

From Peace Corps Wiki

Jump to: navigation, search

Jizzak English Summer Camp
Flag of Uzbekistan.svg

Project Type(s):

Community Name: Jizzakh
Region: Jizzakh
Country: Uzbekistan
Volunteer(s) Name: B. McGurk
Volunteer(s) Homestate: Connecticut
Funds community contributed: $815.30
Percentage community contributed: 26%
Funds needed were: $2305.00
Funds requested were: $2331.00
PPCP #: 316-037
Year of project approval: 2003
Project located: yes
Projects started in Uzbekistan 2003 (3).
Audio-Visual and Duplicating Resources for Bobur School, Jizzak English Summer Camp, Primary English Fair Uzbekistan
Flag of Uzbekistan.svg
Other Projects in Uzbekistan (12).
Asmadel Women and Youth Social and Legal Support Center, Audio-Visual and Duplicating Resources for Bobur School, Bukhara English Youth Center (BEYC), Bukhara Future Leaders of Our World Camp, Bukhoro Sexual and Reproduction Health Training, Feghana Nurses Technical and Non-Formal Education Trainings, Fergana Printing of HIV/AIDS Brochures, Jizzak English Summer Camp, Kavola Clinic Remodeling Project, Navoi Region Camp Future Leaders of Our World (FLOW), Primary English Fair Uzbekistan
State Flag of Connecticut.svgOther Projects by Volunteers from Connecticut (11).
Chernivsti Listening and Speaking Classroom Project, Chernivtsi Environmental NGO "Krona", Mark Dripchak, Girls' Basketball Court and Team, Health Hut Construction, Hospital Training Facility, Jizzak English Summer Camp, Wes Moe, Pre-Kindergarten/Kindergarten School Construction, Primary School Renovation (Soungassou), Seed Storage Facility, Tourist Eco-Cabin, What Do You Do When the Water Runs Dry? Build a New Holding Tank., Thomas R. Wheaton
Other PCPP Projects by Volunteers (439).
Don't see your Project, Add yours!

This project location is: warning.pngThe following coordinate was not recognized: div><span class="errorbox">Fatal error: Parameter location must be a valid location.</span></div><br /><br />.

Info about the Jizzak English Summer Camp

The Jizzak English Camp is designed to give students from the regions of Jizzak and Syr-Daryo the opportunity to practice their English in an immersive environment. They will also participate in a variety of sessions on topics ranging from public speaking to gender issues. The camp will consist of 96 students from the eighth, ninth and tenth grades. Local English teachers will serve as directors of the camp, facilitating greater community involvement in this and future summer camp projects. A mixture of Uzbek teachers and Peace Corps Volunteers will make up the rest of the staff for the site. Partnership funds are needed to pay for camp supplies, transportation, sports equipment, food and lodging.

Personal tools
Tell Your Friends
Peace Corps News
Country Information