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Sarah Volunteer Abroad in Rwamagana, Rwanda | Volunteers Abroad Reviews and Feedbacks

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My experience in Rwanda was unforgettable. I am very seriously considering moving here after I finish college. My theme for this trip was definitely humility. Whether that was because I was without modern conveniences or getting dirty or even just from needing to ask for help because I didn’t understand things I needed to know in order to be able to successfully live here, it helped me cultivate a Christ-like humility. I have discovered that it is hard to stand out so much from everyone around you but that despite the color of my skin or my hair or my native language, I actually fit in here a lot more than I do in the United States. The love for community and the simplicity and lack of bureaucracy is refreshing. The hardest part about traveling to a different country for the first time is this: you realize its not home and yet after the experience wherever you came from feels less like home also.
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Wilson Volunteer in Quito Ecuador

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Volunteer Name: Wilson Sihlis

Project Location: Ecuador, Quito Program
Dates: Feb 21 to Apr 17, 2014
Volunteered at: Centro de Salud

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Feedback Review Costa Rica Sea Turtles Program Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Group March 2014 - YouTube

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Feedback Review Volunteer Creighton de Young Cusco Peru Pre Med Program - YouTube

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Feedback Review Creighton Volunteer in Cusco, Peru Health care program with Abroaderview.org

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Volunteer Name: Creighton DeYoung
Project Location: Cusco, Peru
Program Dates: From 03/23/2014  to  mm/30/2014
Volunteered at:  Pre-medical project

1- How was the local ABV Coordinator and the support provided in-country?
This trip was the first time I had traveled abroad by myself, and I was a little bit nervous about the logistics.  However, I was very pleased to find that the ABV Coordinator (Beatriz) was exceptionally accommodating. Despite flight complications, and several other uncontrollable mishaps, my week in Peru was worry free and successful.  A large of which can be attributed to the ABV Coordinator.

2- What was the most surprising thing you experienced?
The most surprising thing for me was the standard of the medical facility and staff.  I was expecting far worse!  It was a clean building with professional staff.  While it is nice to know the patients at my clinic are in good hands, I wish I could have played a more integral role in the medical field.

3- What was most difficult to experience?
The most difficult thing for me was working with the children in the clinic.  I was concerned by the conditions in which they lived.  The physical environment was quite nice, however, the children lacked personal social attention.  At the end of the day, it was hard for me to tear myself away from the kids.

4- Any tips for future volunteers… (clothing, travel, personal items, donations)
Make Machu at least a two day trip.

4.1-Other things volunteers should know:
a.-Don’t carry all your money around with you, even if it is in a money belt.
b.-Buy a map of the city and keep it with you. Study it a little bit if you have time.
c.-You might be surprised by the amazing conversations you can have with completely random people, if take the time to initiate it.  
d.-Plan a group dinner with at least some of the other volunteers; it makes living in a foreign country far less lonely.

5- Personal Paragraph (ABV Program Testimonial):
Overall, I absolutely loved my experience in Cusco, Peru.  It was definitely the best way I could have spent my one week of spring break.  Although I volunteered in a medical setting, I would have liked to been included more in working with patients.  That being said, I do feel as though I made a difference in the lives of some – the children.  If asked whether or not I would sign up for this trip all over again, I would absolutely say, “Yes.”

6- How would you describe your accommodation, meals, security (e: host family, on-site, shared)

The accommodations were excellent in my case.  I absolutely loved my host family, and it is a shame I have to leave them.  The meals were great and I always felt safe.  As I said before, my only negative remark is the lack of medical experience I actually gained compared to my expectations.  I paid to volunteer, so if I were to participate in this program again, I would do so under the assumption I would be working closely with doctors and I would be given more responsibility.

7- What was your favorite memory of this trip?
In the clinic, it was definitely attending to the children.  I formed some special connections with a few patients that will leave a mark on me forever.  Outside of the clinic, Machu Picchu definitely the highlight of my trip.  All I can say is that it is one of the most awe-inspiring sights I have ever seen.

8.- How was the ABV USA support prior traveling?
It was decent.  I could have used more information from the program.  For example, instead of emails sent from a machine, I would have liked to receive personal emails from my coordinator, or at least have an email address for more personal and specific communication.  Also, I did not know until I got to the clinic what kind of work I would be doing, so more information in that regard would have been nice. ( ABV response: Program Summary was sent 30 days prior to traveling, we also have a direct line and a chat online to talk to us and in the travel guide you had the direct contact information to the coordinator, the "machine emails" are just so you can remember to send all the paper work and get already before the trip)

9 – Are you willing to speak to other potential ABV volunteers
Since, I only had time to stay for one week, I do not think I would be able to give the most detailed advice to future volunteers.

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Benjamin Keepers: Honduras La Ceiba, Health Care Program March 20 | Facebook

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Benjamin Keepers: Honduras La Ceiba, Health Care Program March 2014.
Im studying Molecular Biology & Biochemistry, at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ. I choose Honduras because I visited Guatemala last year and loved it. so I decided to visit another central american country. The spanish Immersion program was fantastic, I feel much better at speaking spanish now. The host family was very nice and did more than enough to accommodate me. The local coordinator was a greta teacher. Bring sterile gloves, usual hospital supplies, everyone coordinated & worked with me in a timely & professional manner.

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Feedback review Jackie Volunteer in Costa Rica Sea turtle program with Abroaderview.org

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How was the local ABV Coordinator and the support provided in-country?
Nicki was great. She was helpful in giving us information about the project, and Costa Rica in general.
It was great to have an English speaker coordinator to help us transition our time at the sea turtle camp.

What was the most surprising thing you experience?
The type of work we did sometimes surprised me.  At first I was surprised that clearing paths would help the sea turtles/conservation project, but then learning more I understood how all the parts we did helped to sustain or expand the program.

What was the most difficult to experience?
Since two of the nests were overdue but had not hatched we had to dig them up (to see what was wrong) unfortunately the turtles were all dead.  We had to remove the eggs and dead babies.

 

Any tips for future volunteers… (Clothing, travel, personal items, donations)
Bring practical clothing that you do not mind getting dirty or leaving them behind.

Other things volunteers should know
A)  You do not need much at the camp
b)  Bring lots of sunscreen and bugspray, flip flops
c)  Try to leave all expectations behind & adapt to life at the camp. It will be a rewarding experience if you do.
You will get very dirty. Expect night shifts and physical labor.  Try to make the best of the situation and you will have the most fun and interesting experience at the camp.

Personal Paragraph (ABV Testimonial)
For me this was a completely new experience because I have never even been camping!  It was not always easy to adapt to the very simple conditions but once I did it, it was one of the best experiences
Of my college time to live so close to nature without technology for 10 days.

 

How would you describe your accommodations, meals, security?
We had a share on-site accommodation that was not fully closed from outdoors. It was very basic but still felt safe. The meals were almost always a combination of rice, beans and something else.  But very good.

What was your favorite memory of this trip?
Watching the sun set and the stars on the beach without light pollution and other noises/distractions.
The experience of nature is very different here.  We had the whole beach to ourselves most of the time, That was a very rare and great experience.

How as the ABV support prior to traveling?
It was good.  We received the itinerary and information by pdf and felt prepared.

Are you willing to speak to other potential ABV volunteers?
Yes.

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Feedback Review Benjamin Keepers: Honduras La Ceiba, Health Care Program March 2014.

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Benjamin Keepers: Honduras La Ceiba, Health Care Program March 2014.
Im studying Molecular Biology & Biochemistry, at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ. I choose Honduras because I visited Guatemala last year and loved it. so I decided to visit another central american country. The spanish Immersion program was fantastic, I feel much better at speaking spanish now. The host family was very nice and did more than enough to accommodate me. The local coordinator was a greta teacher. Bring sterile gloves, usual hospital supplies, everyone coordinated & worked with me in a timely & professional manner.

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Feedback Review Lauren M. Volunteer in Xela, Guatemala with Abroaderview.org

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Wow. This experience was once-in-a-lifetime. I love it here in Xela, and I am so glad I chose this location and this Organization. The city is vibrant and its people are full of life. The work we got to do at the rehabilitation clinic was very worthwhile and the Spanish lessons were very helpful and fun. I would gladly recommend this program to anyone looking for A Broader View of the world around them.

I felt safe, cared for and respected in my host home. The meals were yummy and nutritious, and although I grew tired of beans, I accept that it is a standard food. I was caught off guard, at first by being told by my host mom that I was not in proper dress code for Guatemala, but I understand that it was for my safety.


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Feedback Review Don & Samantha Volunteer in Belize Orphanage with Abroaderview.org

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The ABV staff is easily one of the best groups I have associated with over the years. Very professional: Responsive, timely and continuous with relevant information.

Agatha is a gem! Wufie is great…a true asset to the organization. Numerous others. Here is an example: The main cook, Ms. V, heard that our team was comprised of medical professionals/students. She came and talked with us regarding her concern about a newly arrived child with epilepsy. As a result of our discussion, Agatha asked if we would develop a presentation for the staff. Ultimately, we provided a 3-hour training session in Pediatric First Aid, CPR & Epilepsy. The staff was highly engaged during all facets of training and we were constantly answering questions throughout. Very dynamic, lots of laughter. Great experience for both teachers and students. One lady brought us homemade tamales later in the day as her way of saying thank you. We were very touched and accepted them most humbly.


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Feedback Jamie Goldstein Volunteer in Quetzaltenango Health Care Program with Abroaderview.org

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Jamie Goldstein Feedback/Review Guatemala Quetzaltenango Health Care Program 2 weeks March 2014

 

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HD Video - Feedback Volunteer Miro Paradis - Guatemala Xela, Health Center Program

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Feedback Lauren Miller Guatemala Xela, Rehabilitation Center Program March 2014

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HD Video Feedback Mary Beth Holbrook Volunteer Guatemala Xela January to April 2014 - YouTube

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Feedback Review Volunteer Allison Folker Cusco Peru Health Care Program - YouTube

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Feedback Review Volunteer Kelsey Risbrudt Colombia Cartagena Abroaderview.org - YouTube

Feedback Review Volunteer Kelsey Risbrudt Colombia Cartagena Children Center program https://www.abroaderview.org
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Senior Richard L. Munson, Volunteered at: Nicaragua, Colombia and Peru with Abroaderview.org

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General
You will probably be volunteering in a third-world country This will be exciting, challenging and amazing but at times exasperating; remember that you are not in the US. Flow with it and did not expect US standards because you will be disappointed. Read carefully the detailed material from A Broader View and buy/check out tour book on the country of your choice. When volunteering, rely on the coordinator who will be of great assistance. 

Safety
As in any US city, always keep your eyes open and be alert But generally, there is no concern for safety.
You will be meet by the coordinator at the airport. Then taken to you host family. The family has been screened and the house is in a safe area. You will be taken to the work area on the first day by the coordinator. You can either walk to the work área, take a local bus or, if you choose, a taxi can be taken (the safest and worth the extra you would pay). Buses in third-world countries can be crazy but are generally safe...pick pockets may be around. Your coordinator will advice you as to unsafe/safe areas and travel. At the end of your volunteer work, your coordinator will take you to the airport. The airport pick up/drop off, host family and work will be completely safe. What you choose in your free time or at the end of your volunteer work is your choice.

Accommodations
Your host family will be middle class (for the country), may have an English speaker and be safe.
The family will be concerned about your welfare, dietary needs (local cuisine) and comfort. If requested, you will have a private room with probably a shared bath (hot wáter only for shower). In general, the accommodations will be simple but pleasant and clean.

Interacting with 20+ year olds
First, if requested, you will be the only volunteer with the host family or the other volunteer will not be a 20+. Generally, young people who volunteer, come to help and to learn about the local culture. There is a minority who come to party. It is unlikely that you you will encounter them other than maybe in your volunteer work area. If there are any situations in which the "party goers" become irritating, a talk with the coordinator will usually resolve the problem.

Conclusion
By joining a commercial tour group, one can experience much in a short period of time and see a great deal while being "herded around" in a rushed, somewhat impersonal way. But you miss the essences of the country. By volunteering, you have instant access to the "real" country and people and you become part of it. Plus you gain a feeling of having helped and being useful. From a tour, one may have great photos, etc. But they can not compare with the memories, photos, etc. of the smiling faces of orphaned girls you helped or the four year old who learned to say YELLOW or the university students who wanted to talk about the US.

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Volunteer Mother/daughter Kelsey & Lori Risbrudt Colombia | Facebook

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Volunteer Mother/daughter Kelsey & Lori Risbrudt Colombia Cartagena Children Center program March 2014
I choose the Children center program because I have an intense and extreme interest in the well-being of society and believe it is our job to help others in order to benefit all branches of humanity. 
I am a very open-minded, respectful and free-spirited individual. I am passionate about learning about all cultures and am influenced and inspired by the ways all people live.

https://www.abroaderview.org/volunteers/colombia

 

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Feedback Lycourgas Manlpoulos Costa Rica Sea Turtle Program With Abroaderview.org

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Volunteer Name: Lycourgas Manlpoulos, Project Location: Costa Rica
Program Dates: March 13 – March 24, 2014, Volunteered at: Sea Turtle (Pacific)

How was the local ABV Coordinator and the support provided in-country?
Nicky was very friendly. She spoke Spanish very well, and was always prepared. She has much knowledge about the sea turtles.

What was the most surprising thing you experience?
CR reminded me of Greece. I was able to adjust rather quickly to the scenery, food and water. The wildlife was also very surprising. I have never seen a cow with a hump on its back…

What was the most difficult to experience?
There is a lot to get “used to” when you arrive. There is a major shock due to lack of technology and electricity. You must be very social and open since you will be around others all the time. My biggest problem was adjusting to being very dirty every day!

Any tips for future volunteers… (Clothing, travel, personal items, donations)
Do not expect to be clean at any given moment. Bring bug spray and bedding, snacks and refillable water bottle, books and deck of cards and obviously deodorant.

Other things volunteers should know
A) Let the cook know about any special diets you have
b) Be aware water may be limited
c) Sand gets very hot!

Personal Paragraph (ABV Testimonial)
This was my very first trip abroad without my family. I was very excited to come to CR to help out the sea turtles and see the culture. This ABV program has definitely broadened my view of volunteering and the culture.

How would you describe your accommodations, meals, security?
I was very happy the cook provided my vegan meals. I like how we were able to travel to Samara to relax.

What was your favorite memory of this trip?
Meeting and chatting up new people and also my own group. I realized all of us had many things in common. Everyone seemed to have bonded at a high level of friendship.

How as the ABV support prior to traveling?
There was plenty of information provided to us so we were able to know what the project would be like.
I felt this information helped us adjust to the project easily and with less stress.

Are you willing to speak to other potential ABV volunteers?
Yes!

https://www.abroaderview.org/volunteers/costa-rica
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Feedback Review Richard Volunteer Abroad: Nicaragua, Colombia and Peru experience

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By joining a commercial tour group, one can experience much in a short period of time and see a great deal while being "herded around" in a rushed, somewhat impersonal way.  But you miss the essences of the country.  By volunteering, you have instant access to the "real" country and people and you become part of it. Plus you gain a feeling of having helped and being useful.  From a tour, one may have great photos, etc.  But they can not compare with the memories, photos, etc. of the smiling faces of orphaned girls you helped or  the four year old who learned to say YELLOW or the university students who wanted to talk about the US.


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Feedback Review Nicole Volunteer in Xela, Guatemala with Abroaderview.org

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I embarked on the journey to Guatemala with A Broader View to experience something outside of my comfort zone. The trip completely overcame all my expectations, and I´m happy to say I´m leaving with an abundance of knowledge and memories. I strongly recommend this program and would go again in a heartbeat!


https://www.abroaderview.org/volunteers/guatemala


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I came into this trip ready to immerse myself in service to others and learn about a new culture, but I had no idea how eye-opening it would be. I’m so grateful to have had the opportunity to get out of my scholastic bubble and realize that there is a whole world out there to explore, and so many people that need help! I’ve learned more in these 2 weeks than I could have ever learned in a classroom. I met some pretty extraordinary people and would definitely do it all over again.

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