Latin America

Sophie: “My feedback is extremely positive, I was very sad to leave the community!”

Hello everyone,    My name is Sophie and I’m 25 years old. I met the association AIME in February 2019 in order to participate in a volunteer mission in May with one of its partner associations. That’s how I wen…

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Quentin: “El Porvenir is a community of benevolent souls cradled in a haven of peace.”

Hello! My name is Quentin, I am 23 years old and I have been volunteering for a little over 2 months with the Honduras Child Alliance. A fabulous experience cut in half due to the global corona epidemic. It all started at the end of my graduate st…

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Laurine: “I’m thrilled to have made my contribution to HCA and I look forward to coming back.”

Hello everyone, My name is Laurine and I’m 23 years old. I went to do humanitarian work during my gap year. I decided to get involved with AIME and especially in Honduras because I thought the project was simply wonderful and we had a lot …

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Géraldine: “I loved working with the children, it was magical and it brought me a lot more than I had hoped to imagine.”

My name is Geraldine, I am 18 years old and I volunteered for 4 months with the organization Honduras Child Alliance in Honduras.  Why did you choose HCA? I chose this organization for two reasons. First of all because she works a …

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Clémentine : “Mi familia es tu familia”

As a volunteer on the island of Ometepe, I stayed 1 month with the Hermanas de la Luna cooperative. My main role was to give English classes to children aged 8 to 12 and adults aged 13 and over. I lived with a family. Rosita and Mickael welcomed me …

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Paola: “If you have the opportunity to participate with AIME either in the organization of projects or in the field, don’t hesitate”.

I was invited to participate in the first mission of “Growing Together Panama” in 2011. For me, it was the perfect opportunity to engage in an NGO that would allow me to realize myself professionally and personally, esp…

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Carole and Manu: “It took a few weeks to adapt and build relationships that quickly became long-lasting.”

What struck us first when we arrive at Ometepe was the peace that seems to reside there. It’s colorful, it’s alive, but as if it’s preserved from anything. It felt like we were in a simpler time.  After being welcomed by our …

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