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Pam on Why She Leads Global Volunteers’ Teams

I am so lucky to be a volunteer team leader for Global Volunteers. The most extraordinary people decide to participate in our programs. It is a privilege for me to work with them. My friends ask why I continue to lead teams…the answer is so simple. I have an absolute belief in the philosophy of […]

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Education is Fundamental to Development

(Bishop Dr. Owdenberg Mdgella has been Global Volunteers’ Tanzania Host Representative since 1986.) A lot has been done through Global Volunteers in Tanzania. It would take one hour to describe because the things are too big for a short blog post. Tanzania a long-standing host of Global Volunteers and I am glad to be part […]

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Global Volunteers India Team Journal – Volunteer Reflection

January 16, 2008 George Hayes Day 12 for Team 60 and Day 2 for Pongal. The day began with another great Indian bread which Rani had deep fried for breakfast. They were Indian bread balloons. Some of us topped them with sugar and we all enjoyed the treat. Following breakfast we went to our assignments. […]