Volunteer Abroad Blogs

In rural Burma, traditional agriculture practices have maintained the forest for decades, but can they endure in the face of modernization? 
How learning about coffee helped Alicia to understand Colombian culture.
Kaelyn tries to create change by spreading environmental knowledge to remote communities of Burma. 
What does it mean to discount something as operating on "African time"?
How Alicia turned an interest in teaching into a Colombian adventure.
How jazz and religion go together in Africa.  
As an international volunteer, success isn't about speeding up; it's about slowing down. 
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