Do you like to volunteer? Have you ever volunteer before or dont know how to start? We have put together this blog with multiple articles to explain a variety of subjects to read prior deciding to put your time and effort into this area.
ABV provides a singular opportunity to experience new cultures in a manner that provides structure and contact points within that culture.
This experience has far surpassed my expectations. Each of the girls was special in their own way. I was also placed with the perfect host.&n
I loved my time in Cusco. The first couple of days were challenging as with all new things, but once I got used to it (and the altitude), the
Before coming to Nepal, I was told in an email communication to be as flexible and open-minded as possible.
As with all travel it is the people I met along the way that will be the most favorite memory. I have found the Indian people to be welcoming to st
The people at my project were amazing as were my host family and the fellow volunteers.
We traveled to a village about 50 miles away from Cusco and visited a school. The population of this village was primarily indigenous and they did
Best part! The Disable center is the best place to be in Nepal. The kids will always be my funnest memories.
My favorite memory in the program was while I was talking to one of the children. She knew a little bit of English, and we had fun playing games to
My favorite part of the program was the times spent talking to the girls at the orphanage while they braided my hair!
My favorite memory from my time volunteering at the Clinica was seeing the childrens’ faces light up when they saw my friends and I.
Getting settled into the host home made the experience a bit more comfortable as did beginning with the children program.
I enjoyed my time in Nepal a lot. I connected with the host family and spent most of my days at the Monastery with t
I became very close with a young girl at the kindergarten. It was a really wonderful friendship and she would always ask me to play with her. I rea
In one word, it was an adventure. Mostly a culture shock. The people are very nice, but it is very different here. It felt good to help the people
Overall it was a wonderful eye opening experience. We Learned so much about the culture
Think the best times I had were when I felt the most useful. In the clinic in the morning I helped check patients in taking blood pressures, weighi
“No hay dias malos en Peru.” That was my motto here, and it was true ("there are no bad days in Peru"). Each day, even if I felt frustrated wit
I don't know there's a ton of new information for me to add here, but I'm so thankful to A Broader View for bridging the gap to bring volunteer and
Being able to develop friendships with all the kinder and hospital kids. They changed my life in a way no one else has, and I have learned so much
My favorite memory of the program was this one time after the weekend the kids hadn’t seen us and we showed up to the elementary and all the kids
I loved working in the girls orphanage. It was incredibly eye opening and life changing, but also so much fun to get to know the girls and practice
Climbing rainbow mountain, making it to the top and having that panoramic view of the Andes mountains was a gift to me and a mental image I will ne