Developing aquatic animal welfare bilingual training courses (Chinese and Japanese)
- Organization: UNV - United Nations Volunteers
- Location: Beijing
- Grade: Level not specified - Level not specified
- Human Resources
- Education, Learning and Training
- Translations and Languages
- Livestock, production and veterinary
- Animal Health and Veterinary
- Closing Date: Closed
Mission and objectives
MISSION: Protecting Environment in West China VISION: Green mountains, Clear Water, Blue Sky, Man and Nature in Harmony WORKING FIELDS: Environmental Education and Communication Community Development Water Resources Protection Post-Earthquake Reconstruction Grassland Conservation Volunteer Development Strategic Plan 1. Conduct public environment education, sponsor volunteers’ organization, promote public participation in environment protection. 2. Focus on ecological and environmental problems in typical regions. Improve regional eco-environment by demonstration and setting good examples. 3. Encourage social supervision in the solution of water pollution and in protecting the water resource safety. 4. Strength the organization construction and improve team innovation capability to achieve sustainable development of the organization. 5. Establish cooperation and communication mechanisms to strengthen the experiences exchanges among different civil organizations.
Developing animal welfare bilingual training courses in Chinese and Japanese involves creating educational materials and resources that focus on promoting and enhancing animal welfare in both languages. The primary objective of these courses is to educate individuals and organizations about the importance of animal welfare and how to ensure that animals are treated humanely and ethically. As a grassroots organization, Green Camel Bell commits to environmental and animal education, protecting our nature, and caring for animals and people. This bilingual training course highly aligns with our mission to increase public awareness and support the achievement of SDGs, specifically SDG 14 - Life Below Water and SDG 4 - Quality Education.
Each Online Volunteer will be responsible to develop animal welfare bilingual training courses in Chinese and Japanese. Communication will be via email. Online Volunteers will be duly credited on the final product. Certificate of volunteer service will be provided to successful volunteers. The basic materials and a bilingual guidebook for the training course will be provided by Green Camel Bell, and volunteers are encouraged to gather additional materials for coures. Each volunteer will be assigned one section of training courses.
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