“Peer Education on Smoking Prevention” was a training project on experiential,no formal learning concerning smoking prevention among youngsters. It was addressed to youth workers, who became peer educators and performed similar activities in their countries of origin.
The project was expected and managed to
- provide the participants with the essential knowledge and skills, so that they would then
- update and improve the current applicable smoking prevention models.
The project’s intercultural implementation basis fostered, primarily
- mutual respect among the participants and, furthermore,
- the incentive for further cooperation on the theme of smoking prevention among the partner Organizations.
The proposed project me and promoted the above focal points through the placement of 29 beneficiaries in Chalkidiki (Greece) for the period of 25/08/2007 to 31/08/2007.