Institute for Youth Development KULT, SHL and Association XY held workshops for Module I on the topic “Methods and Models of Primary Prevention of Addiction in BiH” for youth from IlidĹľa Municipality. The workshop was held at the Educational-Leisure Centre for Youth SPAJALICA. The participants of International Primary School Sarajevo and Druga osnovna Ĺˇkola participated in the first in a row of seven Modules that are planned by JUPPO Project and conducted by the Association for preventing addiction NARKO NO with the listed partners.
Through educative-entertaining activities and an interactive approach, the students from the listed schools had the opportunity to learn more about their habits, attitudes to addictions, as well as to actively participate in the workshops that encourage them to pursue healthier lifestyles. Two groups of students, together with youth workers in training, held two workshops each for the first module, on 6th, 7th, 13th and 14th May at the Educational-Leisure Centre for Youth SPAJALICA.
The next set of activities related to the project were planned from 19 to 22 May, when the youth workers will attend educational workshops of Module II in BjelaĹˇnica, at MarĹˇal Hotel. On completing Module II, youth workers will gather children once more and organise a series of workshops for Module II.
The JUPPO Project responds to youth requirements through modules of improving youth workers and networking key actors for preventing addiction in BiH. Modules and workshops respond the question of how to protect children and youth from all over BiH from addiction, violence and autodestructive behavior. JUPPO Project will be realised through seven educative modules of 4-5 days led by international experts. 18 participants from all over BiH will acquire expert and pedagogical competences for practical work with youth in preventing addiction. Organisations and institutions from which the participants are coming will join in an informal network to become a profiled partner in making decisions that concern improving conditions for raising children and youth in a society with no addiction or violent behavior.