Volunteer Abroad Blogs

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Three days from the nearest road, I had no money, no phone and no plan. 

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What does it mean to build for sustainability?
Building connections between international NGOs and their local beneficiaries. 

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How to choose an organization and destination where you can make a lasting impact. 

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Photographing for charities in Asia.
A program aimed at providing assistance to female survivors of violence is launched in Copán, Honduras.
Daniel begins his placement and learns how mining affects indigenous people.
As Daniel starts his volunteer placement, he begins to question his role. 

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Volunteering doesn't have to stop with your official placement. Earn those stripes. 

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When a volunteer opportunity doesn't pan out as expected, Alicia learns a valuable lesson.

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The challenges faced as the end of the school year—and a return home—approaches.
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