At Malta Cadets, we strive to complete projects usually funded by Erasmus plus, and other community funding so as to better equip our selves or to offer a service to the community. Past projects included: buying of camping equipment, casualty makeup, activities of less privileged persons and so forth
The project will involve 40 youths, 7 accompanying persons and 4 group leaders from Malta, Turkey, Greece and Lithuania; aged between 16 and 26 ( age of group leaders and accompanying persons not included) , who will come together in Gozo to implement this youth exchange between 10th-17th December 2018 (including 2 travel days).An APV is set between 1st -3rd October 2018( including 2 travel days).
LIVING TOGETHER IN DIVERSITY
The project will involve 21 youths,7 accompanying persons and 5 group leaders from Malta, Turkey, Greece, Romania and Italy ; aged between 16 and 26( age of group leaders and accompanying persons not included), who will come together in Gozo to implement this youth exchange between 10th-17th December 2019 (including 2 travel days).An APV is set between 1st -3rd October 2018( including 2 travel days).This exchange will bring together youths from EU countries,, non EU and thus we will be strongly promoting tolerance and understanding focusing on how to overcome social barriers and promote an inclusive culture towards young persons irrespective of ones cultural background.
ON THE MOVE
This project is intended to provide first aid coverage at various places in Gozo. Every year a number of people suffer from sudden cardiac arrest. Collective data estimates that 7 million people die each year worldwide by SCA. this project will see the installation of a number of AEDs in Public places.
This project is intended to provide a Public access defibrillator in gozo – Victoria St Georges Square. According to the MTA, it is estimated that over 1 million tourists visit Victoria each year, being the most visited place in Gozo .
Introduce your team! Click here to add images, text and links, or connect data from your collection.Protecting our Future! project will take place at Lunzjata valley in Gozo, situated in between Fontana and Kercem.This fertile valley has a rich heritage dating back to the time of the Knights of the Order of St John, and is now frequented by local farmers who tend to their crops. Carob trees are among the most visible trees in the valley, but the nourished soil of Lunzjata allows farmers to grow and harvest crops such as lettuce and other vegetables. On higher grounds, a vast array of cereal crops can be found; mostly used to feed the livestock that fertilise the fields in the area.Apart from the chapel, there is a 17th century fountain that is protected by Din l-Art Helwa, a local organisation devoted to the safeguarding of national treasures. The mouth of the fountain pours out water drawn from the fresh water spring running through the rocks of Lunzjata.
PROTECTING OUR FUTURE!
the project consisted in purchasing additional equipment, namely abseiling/ziplining equipment, to be used during these social events. Having this equipment means that we are in a better position to provide a good quality service, and reach out aim of integrating less privileged youths with other youths.