Poltava Oblast Camp Hadiach and Lubny

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Poltava Oblast Camp Hadiach and Lubny
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Community Name: Poltava Oblast
Region: Poltava
Country: Ukraine
Volunteer(s) Name: Del Vecchio, Katzmaier
Volunteer(s) Homestate: Florida
Volunteer(s) Home city: Miami, Medford OR
Funds community contributed: $1640.00
Percentage community contributed: 25%
Funds needed were: $4825.00
Funds requested were: $4825.00
PPCP #: 343-028
Year of project approval: 1999
Projects started in Ukraine 1999 (3).
Poltava Oblast Camp Hadiach and Lubny, Rivne Orphanage Insulations, Ukraine Community Action Network
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Info about the Poltava Oblast Camp Hadiach and Lubny

Partnership funds are being requested to host a Future Leaders of Urkraine Camp. The camp will serve as a type of retreat which will submerge students in an environment which includes sessions on democracy and civics, American culture, and other fun leisure activities. While the focus of the seven day camp is how to be an active citizen in a developing democracy, sessions will also be held on sexual health, gender, drug prevention, and comunity service. The camp will accept an estimated 60 students. Upon the completion of the camp, a booklet outlining the goals of the project and information which can be used to replicate the project will be published.

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