2015

2015

Learning arabic 2019

Chantiers Sociaux Marocains
RP. : 456 Rabat RP. Maroc Tél./Fax : (212) 537 73 22 66 E-mail : csm_morocco@yahoo.fr

Category
learning arabic
Topic
Learn Arabic and discover Moroccan culture
Camp Title
learning arabic
Code and Date
CSM01  01/01/19 TO 30/01/19
CSM02  01/02/19 TO 28/02/19
CSM03  01/03/19 TO 30/03/19
CSM04  01/04/19 TO 30/04/19
CSM05  01/05/19 TO 30/05/19
CSM06  01/06/19 TO 30/06/19
CSM07  01/07/19 TO 30/07/19
CSM08  01/08/19 TO 30/08/19
CSM09  01/09/19 TO 30/09/19
CSM10  01/10/19 TO 30/10/19
CSM11  01/11/19 TO 30/11/19
CSM12  01/12/19 TO 30/12/19
Number of the responsabale
+212655832272
Email adresse
Hamid.gharbal@gmail.com
Date to be Confirmed
1 Week after you apply to us
Date to cancelled
1 Week before your starting day
State
Rabat-Sale-Kenitra
Number of volunteers
10  per month
Free places for males
5 per month
Free places for females
5 per month
Free places for all genders
10 per month
Introduction

1. Arabic is the 5th most commonly spoken language in the world and an official language of the United Nations, the Arab League, the Organization of Islamic Conference, and the African Union.
2. Arabic is the language of Islam, understood by Muslims throughout the world.
3. There is a high demand for Arabic-speakers in the Western world; it opens job opportunities in a lot of fields: journalism, business and industry, education, finance and banking, translation and interpretation, consulting, foreign service and intelligence, and many others.
4. Knowing Arabic can promote intercultural understanding: Westerners are presented with one-dimensional negative stereotypes about Arabic-speaking people through the news media, films etc. People who know Arabic can negotiate the cultural and linguistic gap between nations and assist in solving and avoiding intercultural conflict.
5. Arabic influence is evident in many other languages.
Type of work
People interested in this project can choose between learning Darija, the Moroccan dialect, and Fusha, classic Arabic.

Morocco is a safe and politically stable North African Muslim country, which makes it the ideal place to learn more about Arabic and Islamic influences. One of the best ways to develop greater knowledge of Islamic culture is to learn Arabic. In our program, we offer the participants 10 hours of tuition per week and volunteering hours in one of our projects in the morning.
Study theme
learning arabic
Accommodation
The volunteers will live in hosts families where they will be given 3 meals per day.
AIMS OF THE PROJECT

The aim of this project is to give the opportunity to people interested in learning Arabic and to come and discover the beautiful country of Morocco. By living with a Moroccan host family, the participants will be completely emerged in the local culture and will be able to take part in and adopt a Moroccan way of life. The idea is also to manage time in the morning to do some volunteer work to contribute to the development of the local society in addition to the Arabic lessons that will take place in the afternoon
Volunteering work
Depend of our free places we will inform the volunteers 2 weeks after we get the flight ticket
There’s 3 proposition
Hand in hand project
Disability children
Integration of immigrants

Working time
From 09H00 To 12h00
Time of the arabic classes
From 14H00 To 15h30
Required spoken language
French/ English
Camp spoken language
Darija / French
Language
Darija (Moroccan arabic) is the native language
5 GOOD REASONS TO LEARN ARABIC
1. Arabic is the 5th most commonly spoken language in the world and an official language of the United Nations, the Arab League, the Organization of Islamic Conference, and the African Union.
2. Arabic is the language of Islam, understood by Muslims throughout the world.
3. There is a high demand for Arabic-speakers in the Western world; it opens job opportunities in a lot of fields: journalism, business and industry, education, finance and banking, translation and interpretation, consulting, foreign service and intelligence, and many others.
4. Knowing Arabic can promote intercultural understanding: Westerners are presented with one-dimensional negative stereotypes about Arabic-speaking people through the news media, films etc.  People who know Arabic can negotiate the cultural and linguistic gap between nations and assist in solving and avoiding intercultural conflict.
5. Arabic influence is evident in many other languages.
Location
CSM IMM 13 APP 06 rue elmowahidine  Quartier Hassan
Transport hub
• If you choose to arrive directly in Rabat Airport, we can arrange someone to pick you up for 150 dirhams, otherwise the meeting point will be Rabat Ville Train Station. 

• To get to the Rabat Ville Train Station from the airport you can take the bus right outside the airport for 20 dirhams and it will leave you in front of the train station. With a taxi, it should cost you about 100 dirhams (price negotiable).

• If you arrive in any other airport of the country, you will be able to reach Rabat by train, check the timetable and connections on www.oncf.ma

Once you have your flights details please pass them by e-mail to your interlocutor so you can arrange with him/her the meeting point.

The info sheet will be send to you by e-mail 3 weeks prior departure.
Extra costs
350 €
Currency
DH
Geocode address
Rabat, quartier Hassan 34°01'24.3"N 6°49'34.8"W
Latitude
34°01'24.3"N
Longitude
6°49'34.8"W
Minimum and max age
18 to 60
Wheelchair accessible
NO
No more war
YES
Urgent Number
+21217332316
Motivation letter
Yes
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