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Movement On The Ground

Are you a horeca business and would like to help us?! Do you have some of these items that you are not using? We are currently looking for:

- a hotel trolly to serve food/put plates
- 2 small 'hondtjes'
-1 microwave
-3 information stands (kliklijsten stands)

Please contact: [email protected] if you have any of these items you would be willing to donate or lend!

The project is temporary, so these items could be returned - and in the meantime you could help support a good cause that would make use of these items!

Location: The Movement Hotel, Amsterdam
Thank you everyone!

#Jointhemovement #BeAPartOfIT! #TheMovementHotel #MovingTogether
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Are you a horeca business and would like to help us?! Do you have some of these items that you are not using? We are currently looking for:

- a hotel trolly to serve food/put plates
- 2 small hondtjes
-1 microwave
-3 information stands (kliklijsten stands)

Please contact: info@movementontheground.com if you have any of these items you would be willing to donate or lend! 

The project is temporary, so these items could be returned - and in the meantime you could help support a good cause that would make use of these items!

Location: The Movement Hotel,  Amsterdam
Thank you everyone! 

#Jointhemovement #BeAPartOfIT! #TheMovementHotel #MovingTogether

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4 days ago

Movement On The Ground

Movement on the Ground camptocampUS winterization for Lesvos!

Almost 10.000 people have arrived to Lesvos this year the majority in the recent months. The situation is detoriating as temperature is dropping, reception sites are overcrowded and the number of people arriving keeps rising. As certain humanitarian organisations have left Lesvos and some are phasing out Movement on the Ground has intensified the support to the island in the past months by increasing our volunteer staff, having more responsibilities and taking more tasks.

We have started our winterization plans for Kara Tepe together with the municipality and site management a while ago with the implementation of new solar system to more UNHCR isoboxes. Our team of Kara Tepe residents have been working relentlessly the past weeks. A great example of how we see refugees can be part of their self-reliance and support each other in a sustainable way. We expect to complete the solar project soon so more vulnerable families staying in tents in Moria reception site can be moved to Kara Tepe before winter hits in.

We have prepared our 3 Turbo Tent Heaters ready to heat hundreds of people when needed as we did last year in Moria during the extreme snow and winter conditions. With thanks once more to our friends from Loveland Festivals from Amsterdam for their continues support and donation of the hardware.

Our The Giving Food Truck has had some peaceful summer months but it is ready again to produce 1000's of warm nutritious meals for all!

We have 3 high power generators on site ready to be used to support any (emerency) situation in Kara Tepe or Moria with great thanks to our donors Power Solutions N.V. and our Dutch donors from www.ULCgroep.nl en www.Bectro.nl

We have more than a 1000 WakaWakaLight mobile solar lights donated to be handed out in Kara Tepe and Moria

And last but not least we expect to have the two communal kitchens in Kara Tepe operational soon with the support and consult of the Harvard Student Humanitarian Service, Policy & Advocacy Trip to give the people of Kara Tepe the possibility to cook safely and in dignity this winter.

As we believe true humanitarian aid should be innovative, inclusive and inspiring all of this is done according our #camptocampUS philosophy with and together with the Kara Tepe residents themselves, our beloved and trusted colleagues from Because We Carry Foundation, volunteers from all over the world, the Kara Tepe site management and all of YOU that have been donating and supporting us in making the difference for those who need it the most.

We want to take this opportunity to thank you all and hope we can rely on your continuous support the coming challenging months.

With ❤️ and resilience from lesvos, Movement on the Ground.
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Movement on the Ground camptocampUS winterization for Lesvos! 

Almost 10.000 people have arrived to Lesvos this year the majority in the recent months. The situation is detoriating as temperature is dropping, reception sites are overcrowded and the number of people arriving keeps rising. As certain humanitarian organisations have left Lesvos and some are phasing out Movement on the Ground has intensified the support to the island in the past months by increasing our volunteer staff, having more responsibilities and taking more tasks.

We have started our winterization plans for Kara Tepe together with the municipality and site management a while ago with the implementation of new solar system to more UNHCR isoboxes. Our team of Kara Tepe residents have been working relentlessly the past weeks. A great example of how we see refugees can be part of their self-reliance and support each other in a sustainable way. We expect to complete the solar project soon so more vulnerable families staying in tents in Moria reception site can be moved to Kara Tepe before winter hits in. 

We have prepared our 3 Turbo Tent Heaters ready to heat hundreds of people when needed as we did last year in Moria during the extreme snow and winter conditions. With thanks once more to our friends from Loveland Festivals from Amsterdam for their continues support and donation of the hardware. 

Our The Giving Food Truck has had some peaceful summer months but it is ready again to produce 1000s of warm nutritious meals for all!

We have 3 high power generators on site ready to be used to support any (emerency) situation in Kara Tepe or Moria with great thanks to our donors Power Solutions N.V. and our Dutch donors from www.ULCgroep.nl en www.Bectro.nl

We have more than a 1000 WakaWakaLight mobile solar lights donated to be handed out in Kara Tepe and Moria

And last but not least we expect to have the two communal kitchens in Kara Tepe operational soon with the support and consult of the Harvard Student Humanitarian Service, Policy & Advocacy Trip to give the people of Kara Tepe the possibility to cook safely and in dignity this winter.

As we believe true humanitarian aid should be innovative, inclusive and inspiring all of this is done according our #camptocampUS philosophy with and together with the Kara Tepe residents themselves, our beloved and trusted colleagues from Because We Carry Foundation, volunteers from all over the world, the Kara Tepe site management and all of YOU that have been donating and supporting us in making the difference for those who need it the most. 

We want to take this opportunity to thank you all and hope we can rely on your continuous support the coming challenging months.

With ❤️ and resilience from lesvos, Movement on the Ground.

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❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤💪💪💪💪💪

You can! 💪🏼❤️👍🏻

Wat een ongelooflijk rustgevend bericht... stoer

Hagel en Sneeuw, Onweer, Wind en Regen....deren ons niet, Wij kunnen er wel tegen......Lach er maar om en stap er flink doorhee, t is pech, maar zeg............. Wat geweldig, mooi voorbereid de winter tegemoet!!!!

#rocknrollNGO

💪💪💪💪💪💪💪💪💪💪💪💪🙌🙌🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏❤

You are SUCH a hero, Adil Izemrane. What can we #afesters do to help? Alex Jarvis, Susanna Cafaro, Suzanna Howse, Rebekah Uccellini, and all the rest of us?

Bless you all!

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Apply now: we’re looking for a Volunteer Coordinator!

Since our current (amazing ♥) Volunteer Coordinator unfortunately has to leave us, we’re looking for a new person to steer our teams of great volunteers! You get to witness and participate in making a beautiful difference on Kara Tepe Campus, home to over 1000 of the most vulnerable cases, mostly with children. Do you think you can handle it? Your tasks will consist of:

- Being the contact point for our volunteers on site
- Creating weekly planning’s
- Creating daily schedules
- Taking care of the introduction and registration of new volunteers
- Attend meetings
- Participate in programs (shifts) with the team
- Communicating with our office in Amsterdam regarding volunteers arriving
- Oversee inventory of supplies and activity materials on camp
- Manage the volunteer house

The ideal person we’re looking for:

- Is 25 years or older.
- Available for a minimum of 3 months.
- Has previous experience with volunteering in the current crisis
- Experienced in working with various cultures
- Has leaderships skills and experience
- Has strong social and communication skills
- A people’s person
- Has organizational and scheduling skills
- Has a flexible and independent personality
- Speaks and writes English (knowledge of Arabic, Farsi or Greek is a plus)
- Is a team player and builder
- Owns a drivers license
- We prefer someone that is able to start in the last week of October!

Are you convinced you are the one for us or do you have additional questions? Please contact us through [email protected] The application closes at the 25th of October, so don't wait too long.

📸 by Maartje Brockbernd Fotografie
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Apply now: we’re looking for a Volunteer Coordinator!

Since our current (amazing ♥) Volunteer Coordinator unfortunately has to leave us, we’re looking for a new person to steer our teams of great volunteers! You get to witness and participate in making a beautiful difference on Kara Tepe Campus, home to over 1000 of the most vulnerable cases, mostly with children. Do you think you can handle it? Your tasks will consist of:

-        Being the contact point for our volunteers on site
-        Creating weekly planning’s
-        Creating daily schedules
-        Taking care of the introduction and registration of new volunteers
-        Attend meetings
-        Participate in programs (shifts) with the team
-        Communicating with our office in Amsterdam regarding volunteers arriving
-        Oversee inventory of supplies and activity materials on camp
-        Manage the volunteer house

The ideal person we’re looking for:

-        Is 25 years or older.
-        Available for a minimum of 3 months.
-        Has previous experience with volunteering in the current crisis
-        Experienced in working with various cultures
-        Has leaderships skills and experience
-        Has strong social and communication skills
-        A people’s person
-        Has organizational and scheduling skills
-        Has a flexible and independent personality
-        Speaks and writes English (knowledge of Arabic, Farsi or Greek is a plus)
-        Is a team player and builder
-        Owns a drivers license
-        We prefer someone that is able to start in the last week of October!

Are you convinced you are the one for us or do you have additional questions? Please contact us through volunteer@movementontheground.com. The application closes at the 25th of October, so dont wait too long.

📸 by Maartje Brockbernd Fotografie

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Wish I would be able to 🙏

Nadja

Manon Terpstra. Ik moest toch aan je denken..

Sophia Gambieraki Vermolen, is dit een functie die jij ambieert? 🙂 aan ervaring geen gebrek!

Iets voor jou Eri Ka??

Vivian Hartlief

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If you have any questions or if you want to become a partner, advisor or maybe a supporter, please feel free to contact us.

Stichting Movement On The Ground
Postbus 9082, 1006AB Amsterdam
[email protected]

KvK-nummer: 64782719
IBAN-rekeningnummer: NL86 RABO 0307 9928 10
t.a.v. Stichting Movement On The Ground
RSIN: 855840171
BIC-number: RABONL2U

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