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Projects with Znanie Association - Sofia as a partner

  • Activ’ EVS

    Activ’ EVS


    Activ’ EVS is our first EVS project where Znanie Association is a hosting organization. During the project we will host four young people from France, each of them will stay in Sofia for 2 months. This month we welcomed our first girls who will have the opportunity to explore Bulgaria, learn more about NGOs, have an unforgettable experience, share the information about Erasmus + program and to teach us a little bit French.

    Here is more information about them:

    Name: Marlene Tachi

    Age: 20 years old

    Country: France

    City: Grasse

    Hobby: Voleyball; Cinema; Music (RnB, DeepHouse, HipHop)

    Favorite song: Rey Charles – Georgia

    Why EVS?: Because I want to travel, explore new cultures. Also I want to learn new languages especially English.

    Why Bulgaria: I had an opportunity to choose between Poland and Bulgaria and I prefer Bulgaria because I will stay in Sofia, the capital of the country where many young people are living.

    Favorite place in Sofia so far: National palace of justice



    Name: Emilie Barbosa

    Age: 23 years old

    Country: France

    Hobby: Listening music like RnB, Reggaetone, Latin music, house. And my favourite singer is Daddy Yankee. I like to dance in the clubs. Free style is my style. I also like to go to the gym.

    Why EVS?: I didn't know a lot about EVS and when I discovered the concept about it, I really liked the idea. I think it is a good experience. I want to be a stewardess in the future and being will be useful for improving my English.

    Why Bulgaria: Because it is not very well known country and the culture is very different. I think it is an interesting country.

    Favorite place in Sofia so far: Vitosha blvd.

  • SMILE - Network for Social and Market Inclusion through Language Education

    SMILE - Network for Social and Market Inclusion through Language Education


    Explores opportunities for promotion of less widely used and taught languages (LWUTLs) in various educational, social and economic sectors. The project identifies areas and target groups which can benefit from the application of LWUTLs and spreads the results of existing good practices for language learning and promotion. The collected best practices can be find in the project website: www.smile-network.eu

  • ECAPSE – Early Coordinated Activities for Prevention of Social Exclusion

    ECAPSE – Early Coordinated Activities for Prevention of Social Exclusion


    We want to enable a common understanding and better cooperation and support to young people with special needs and also increase collaboration between Vocational Education Organisations, health services, employer organisations, business and enterprise. You can find more information here: www.ecapse.eu

  • SC2BC - School class to business class

    SC2BC - School class to business class


    is a project funded under Erasmus+, KA2, Strategic Partnerships, and aims to support development of entrepreneurial skills in youth and to build strong tie between the school and the business.

  • HelpCare - Healthcare Workers Employability Learning & Professionalization

    HelpCare - Healthcare Workers Employability Learning & Professionalization


    The overall aim of HELPcare is to provide a framework for the professionalization, qualification and regulation of care work that can be adapted and adopted across the EU28 and that will make better use of the existing workforce through CPD as well as encourage young people to view carework as a career choice with recognised routes for progression. You can find more information about the ongoing activities on the project Facebook page: www.facebook.com/pages/Helpcare-Project/

  • Com_WORK - Exchanging practices for recognize and validate competences of social and educational professionals

    Com_WORK - Exchanging practices for recognize and validate competences of social and educational professionals


    aims to valuing the informal and non- formal competencies of female and male workers of the sector, considering them as key for the success of lots of policies that promote inclusion and employment opportunities, with a particular focus on those who are involved in the services for the NEET.