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    JoHo Memberships (donorships) & Subscriptions for members

    Help yourself, support JoHo and inspire others abroad

     

     

    JoHo Membership: Perks, Discounts & Achievements (EN)

    How your membership contributes to the activities of JoHo

     

    What are the benefits of being a JoHo member?

    • See below for the services, perks and choice support you can use when you become a JoHo member

     

    JoHo Membership

    First year

    • Direct payment
    • €12,00 (valid for one year)

    Second & later years

    • Recurring payment
    • 50 cents a month (€6,00 yearly)

    JoHo Membership Plus (+ Smokey Friend)

    First year

    • Direct payment
    • €36,00

    Second & later years

    • Recurring payment
    • €1,50 a month (€18,00 yearly)

     SERVICES & PERKS

     

    As a JoHo member you can make use of several services & perks:

      Choice Support on travel, work, intern & study abroad

       

      JoHo Membership

      • Local help desk services in Metro Manila, China, The Netherlands & Curacao

      JoHo Membership Plus & Friends

      • Free online access to all content on joho.org

      International Study Notes & Summaries

       

      JoHo Membership

      • Access to summaries & study notes on worldsupporter.org

      JoHo Membership Plus & Friends

      • Access to summaries & study notes on JoHo.org + worldsupporter.org
      • Extra options for making your own online notes
      • Access to extensive Dutch summary database

      Discounts & Perks

      JoHo Membership

      • Discounts in local JoHo support centers
      • Use of several partner discounts
      • Insurance Discounts & Cashbacks

      JoHo Membership Plus & Friends

      • Yearly one free Smokey Tour in Metro Manila
      • Free use of JoHo & WEP Emigration & Expat Service
      • Free invitation for Community Events in Metro Manila

       

       

       

        

       

       

       

      Support & Donations

       

       

       

      Keuzehulp & Advies

      International Donations

      Price: 12,50 €

       

      How to Donate

      • You can use 'add to cart' button and donate directly by using paypal, credit card or other payment options.
      • you can multiply the amount when you reach the 'check out' page.

      You can make a donation to the JoHo Foundation in general, or more specific to one of the projects:

      • The Smokey Tours project (Philippines)
      • The Insurance for Talent program (Philippines)
      • The Kindermuseum (Curaçao)

      If you wish to make your own donation you can use the following references:

      • Accountnumber: 4527327
      • IBAN: NL74INGB0004527327
      • BIC: INGBNL2A
      • Bankname: ING BANK NV
      • Please refer to your donation goal

       

      Crossroad

      Smokey Projects - The Goals & Initiatives

      Smokey Goals, Projects and Initiatives

       
      • Smokey Tours hopes to bring societal change in our communities, either small or on a much bigger scale. It is a huge goal, and we work in small steps. It is not easy, and sometimes things go smoothly, sometimes not at all. 
      • To know more about what we do, read our Newsletters, ask our Freelance Tour Leaders or visit us in our office and see how you can be a part of it. 
      • We try to do the things the best way we can, and we always try to find ways to be more Sustainable.
      • Thank you all very much for supporting us!

      The Goals

      • Smokey Tours aims to improve the living conditions in Baseco’s almost unreachable areas.
      • Providing positive and meaningful impacts on those living in the slums have been our goal since the inception of Smokey Tours. We have distributed relief goods and given qualitative training on talent development, health and disaster preparedness that will surely help the slum community cope with the daily challenges that they face. Cooperation and coordination with non-government organizations, people’s organizations and concerned individuals have been vital in successfully addressing these short to medium term social issues as we race to reach our goals.
       

      The Projects & Initiatives

      • In 2019, after we have done a Baseline study in Baseco. We have focussed our Energy on Talent Development. We want to help people help themselves, to gain confidence and to be able to provide for their families. We give Talent Development Programs in Baseco, with the goal that people can find a paid job.
      • In 2019 with donations we have funded our Baseco Recycle Worker Project, where we have trained 6 Baseco Recycle workers and their communities. After 6 months, they were able to function by themselves, with the tools needed, saved and partly funded, like a Tribike or a cart to pick up Garbage.
      • In 2019 we have started after the fire disaster to give loans to community members, with coaching and money, they are able to rebuild their businesses and to provide for themselves. 

      History

      • In 2018 we continued our Efforts in the Community in Health Projects, we support a group of 45 pregnant ladies. With folic acid and with skills training regarding healthy food, living and breast feeding. 
      • In 2017 we opened a Health Center - for the people of - Aplaya in the barangay Baseco, Manila. Aplaya is the part of Baseco that hardly receives any help from NGO’s because of its remote and isolated location. The Health Center has been a place where individuals and/or families can go to check on their physical and mental well being, for medical consultation and treatment and/or to obtain medicines - if necessary. The goal is to improve the conditions of the people of Baseco by treating diseases or illnesses and providing them with clean water, so they will be able to avoid water borne diseases. The local Health Workers are visiting the community to check and help the weak and sick people. 

       

      Join JoHo as a Member (donor) or Subscriber

       

      Help yourself, support JoHo and inspire another abroad

       

      Membership: Register with JoHo & WorldSupporter

      Develop experience, Experience development

       

      Main theme: Global Citizenship

      • Through various promotional, incentive and advisory activities, young people, and nowadays also older people, are made aware of all kinds of possibilities of being abroad and getting involved in development. On the one hand by partner organizations in the Netherlands and abroad, and on the other hand by JoHo support centers in developing countries.
      • Annually, more than 1,000 projects are provided with manpower, funding and other resources through JoHo partners abroad. Because of these projects tens of thousand of children receive education, childcare and teaching materials. Hundreds of disadvantaged young people get the chance to start a study, setup their own business or access free (health) insurances. Hundreds of aid workers are supported when realizing their activities.

      JoHo Support Centers

      Main themes: Choice Improvement and Sustainable Tourism

      • Through preparation, awareness and advisory activities, backpackers and travelers are encouraged to act fair during their stay abroad. Besides that, they get inspired to use -where possible- organizations that also have proven to be "sustainable" and "world supporting'

      • Meanwhile, more than 1 million travelers and backpackers use the information activities of JoHo through JoHo support centers

      Smokey Projects

      Main themes: Talent Development & Community Based Tourism

      The Smokey Tours

      • Smokey Tours are not just tours. They offer experience, believing that deep experience equals deep insight. The tours are unique and honest; a testimony of changing times and our global interconnectedness. All tours are guided by well-trained local Smokey Tours tour leaders, from underprivileged communities to running eye-opening tours around Metro Manila
      • All tour leaders are part of the JoHo Insurance for Talent Programme which assures them and their families of Health Insurances.
      • Smokey Tours hopes to bring societal change in our communities, either small or on a much bigger scale. It is a huge goal, and they work in small steps. It is not easy, and sometimes things go smoothly, sometimes not at all.

      The Smokey Health Center 

      • Providing positive and meaningful impacts on those living in the slums have been the goal since the inception of Smokey Tours. We have distributed relief goods and given qualitative training on health and disaster preparedness that will surely help the slum community cope with the daily challenges that they face. Cooperation and coordination with non-government organizations, people’s organizations and concerned individuals have been vital in successfully addressing these short to medium term social issues as we race to reach our goal.

      The Smokey Art & Work Center

      • We believe that mental illness is nothing more than an illness, nothing more, nothing less. That it is not a mental disability if the person affected can function in society provided the illness, like all other illnesses, is properly managed. 
      • In a society that is increasingly becoming insensitive to the plight of people with mental illness, we have taken the cudgels to promote the advocacy of eliminating all shame and stigma and creating a support group for artists with mental illness and their caregivers – Boxless Society.  

      The Smokey Library

       

      JoHo World School Bank

      Main theme: Knowledge Sharing

      • JoHo World School Bank materials: a multimedia initiative facilitating pupils and students to donate their school materials, extracts and excercises (written in English or Spanish). These materials are made available to pupils and students in developing countries, both online and (partly) in print.

      • Read more

       

      JoHo World Supporter

      Main themes: Global Citizenship & Knowledge Sharing

      • A community website for those who actively want to work for a world where everyone, independent of origin, can lead a good life. Anyone can contribute to the community, by creating a profile (resume), and by blogging about activities and experiences that contribute to global citizenship.

      • The main goal of this multimedia platform, for and by "worldsupporters', is to exchange knowledge internationally and to make already invented wheels more available

       

      • JoHo Worldsupporter Magazine operates as a multimedia initiative with World Supporter blogs, songs, stories, recipies, advice, statements, photos and videos about global citizenship at work, on holiday, at school or in leisure time.

       

       

      Millennium DO

      Main theme: Global Citizenship & Integration

      • "Millennium Do" encourages and facilitates young people to inspire others, through their own global citizenship, to actively contribute as well. Apart from that, Millennium Do stimulates talent development of young people.

      • The program is focused on the millennium development goals and practical ways to achieve these goals.

      • The program ran between 2011-2015, with a preceding similar program (called "JoHo Xplore") between 2005-2009.

      • Initiative in The Netherlands

      JoHo World market & travel pawn

      Main theme: Collaboration & Sustainable Tourism

      • Worldsupporter Market is a thrift store where used or surplus travel items are offered for sale, via the Web and in JoHo support centers

      • Initiative in The Netherlands

      • Read more

      Financing

      JoHo WorldSupporter is funded out of three sources:

      • contributions of JoHo donors
      • contributions through JoHo activities
      • contributions from sponsorships and grant

      Direct effects

      • Already more than 1 million travelers and backpackers used the available information in the JoHo support centers
        or got inspired by the activities of JoHo and JoHo members
      • Already more than 11 million online visitors use the choice advice and other tools for sustainable and fair experiences abroad
      • Since 2002 +/- 20,000 supporters went on the road using JoHo's services. On average they donated 575 euro as a direct contribution to the various projects. Locally one spent an average of 300 euros at local small sized companies. Through the contributions of intermediary organizations an extra 300 euros per person is put into the local economy. On an annual basis, this adds up to more than 2.000,000 euros.
      • Annually, more than 1,000 projects are provided with manpower, funding and other resources through JoHo partners abroad. Because of these projects tens of thousand of children receive education, childcare and teaching materials. Hundreds of disadvantaged young people get the chance to start a study, setup their own business or access free (health) insurances. Hundreds of aid workers are supported when realizing their activities.
      • The "Millennium Do" participants reached with their fundraising for their projects an amount of > 1 million Euro

      Indirect effects

      • An average of 50,000 friends and family members are directly involved in JoHo member activities through social media and direct contact.
      • 30% of these friends and relatives plan to become active themselves too, in the Netherlands or abroad.
      • 1% of these friends and relatives actually visit them and spend another 850 euros on average.

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