AllยปBrazil-Eco Village Vrinda Bhumi

Brazil-Eco Village Vrinda Bhumi

Project Name:Eco Village Vrinda Bhumi
Date Posted:01/03/2009
Country:Brazil
Address:none
Commitment:Please note that we request our visitors and volunteers to abstain from intoxicants and extramarital relationships to preserve the sanctity of the project.
Type Of Work:Volunteers have to help our community with 4-5 daily hours, There are many things they can help us, but mainly they will try with constructing natural constructions and with agriculture, which is one of the most important activities in Vrinda Bhumi, so we are preparing the land to offer us the perfect food. Organic vegetables are part of a good nutrition and in order for us to get them you will learn about natural plantation what will allow you to evolve others in this magnific process which includes, through knowledge and practice, to protect and respect the environment. The violence-free diet allows you to develop a greater compassion for all living entities.
Required Skills:Here you can learn portuguese, spanish and english. There are people of different places, so diversity is a big quality.
Costs:6 US daily or 180 US per month corresponding to three meals per day. This is also equivalent to 4 or 5 hours of daily work in any of ours areas.

Contact Person:Marissa Fidalgo
Email:    (Note: email address is tripple protected from spammers.)
Website: http://www.vrindabhumi.blogspot.com
Phone:+55-11-35679690
Additional Info:Important points to be considered:

The food is lacto-vegetarian and it consists of three meals per day, based on healthy lacto-vegetarian natural products.

Please note that we request our visitors and volunteers to abstain from intoxicants and extramarital relationships to preserve the sanctity of the project.

The community does not have electricity nor internet.

What you need to bring:

A tent, a sleeping bag, blankets, a lantern, a camping math (if possible), hat, mosquitos repellent, sun block.

Comfortable clothes and also warm clothes in order to keep you well sheltered up to the night.

Personal hygienic articles (preferably organic ones) to wash yourself and toilet paper too.

What you cannot bring:

Any kind of drugs or hallucinogens, cigars, alcohol etc.

Any kind of food that contains any kind of meat (including fish) or eggs.

kabaganda diana — 02 February 2011, 21:48

volunteer information

Obeng Gideon — 16 September 2011, 07:20

dear Sir/madam, I am willing to know when the project start and the particulars involved,though I mam from undeveloped country(Ghana)but I wanted to know more information concerning this project.

Nigel — 18 September 2011, 12:04

Hi there, Your place sounds good but I cant find out where in Brazil you are. We come to Rio Branco on 12th October and looking for somewhere to volunteer our time. Cheers

Kastawa — 08 June 2012, 10:02

I was interested in learinng the meaning of Akasha . In doing so, I was surprised the depth I was taken into Hindu Mythology and the importance of the elements any many aspects. Very interesting and