Two cities, one mission
In 2013 aconteu the edition 2.0 of Mission Caleb in Switzerland and was held in the cities of Lausanne y Verdon, with 33 participants.
Volunteers from around the world participated and engaged street activities, mime, theater, delivery of books, visit the asylum and of course, lots of hugs and smiles.
The joy of young people infected residents of the two cities and many participated in the activities undertaken by groups such as health journey, cinema and lectures for families.
The city of Lausanne (Lausanne in French) is a city in Romanish Switzerland, French-speaking part of Switzerland, and is the capital of the canton of Vaud. Lausanne headquarters of the district, the city is situated on the shores of Lake Geneva (French: Lac Léman). Limited by the French city of Evian-les-Bains south of the lake with the Jura mountains to the northwest. Lausanne is located 62 km northeast of Geneva.
Lausanne had, in December 2011, a population of 129,383, making it the fourth largest city in the country, with the agglomeration area with 336,400 habitantes.3 The Metropolitan Area of Lausanne-Geneva has about 1.2 million population.
Yverdon-les Bains, Swiss city, which lies 60 km from Bern in an area called Nord vaudois on the banks of Lake Neuchâtel, is the capital of Jura-Nord Vaudois District and second most populous city Vaud Canton.