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The mission of VitaTiim is to create a supportive and inspiring environment so all of us could be a better version of ourselves, discover our own role in the global world and become flexible in an era of constant change and uncertainty.

VitaTiim has many years of experience in international and local youth work, volunteering and informal learning. We work in Estonia, mainly in Narva, but also create and support an international community through a variety of projects.
Our goals
  • Empowering young people
    We help to unleash the creative potential of young people. We want them to be self-confident and know opportunities to develop, act value-based and care mindfully about their community and the World.
  • Developing youth work in the Ida-Viru region
    We support the development of youth work in the region addressing nowadays realities and innovations. It is essential for us to support Russian-speaking youth workers in increasing their professional capacity in the international and digital youth work, volunteering activities, youth empowerment and value-based youth work.
  • Promoting non-formal education, value-based and fair youth work
    We enrich the diversity of educational approaches by promoting the principles of non-formal education. Also, we involve more youth organisations, youth specialists and especially young people with fewer opportunities and special needs in youth work. We want more people to be aware of the values and qualities of the local and international youth work.
  • Evolving of cross-sectoral cooperation for encouraging global synergy, solidarity and learning ecosystem
    We want to establish a strong network in youth work and cooperation with other fields and sectors. Besides, we spread the idea of the importance of synergy, unity and solidarity. Together with a wide circle of stakeholders, we form an ecosystem for young people and the community to grow and develop.
We work with
  • Young people of different ages from Ida-Virumaa, mostly with native Russian as their native language;
  • Young people with limited opportunities and obstacles (young people from families with socio-economic difficulties, LGBTQ+ young people, NEET, refugees);
  • Youth workers, educators and teachers from Estonia with a native Russian language and an international community of youth workers;
  • Parents, local and international communities.
We organise:
  • Local youth work activities: youth clubs, supporting youth initiatives, cultural and educational events, volunteers club, camps, community evenings, etc;
  • International youth work activities: Erasmus+ international projects, training and partnership;
  • Volunteering activities: European Solidarity Corps projects and local volunteering;
  • Youth info activities: youth magazine Narvamus and promotion of youth opportunities;
  • Educational programs and training for youth workers, teachers, educators.
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Keep in touch!
+372 583 30 111
Tuleviku 7 Narva, Estonia