Jérémie: “Teachers are deeply respected in Burmese society.”

My name is Jérémie, I am 25 years old and I had the chance to go to Mandalay (Myanmar) for an eight-month mission of civic service thanks to the association AIME as a social science teacher. I worked at Phaung Daw Oo, a monastic school founded in …

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A look back at Ilona’s first week in the Ban Pak Audomsung centre

Ilona, a young woman of 21 years old, decided to go on a 3-month humanitarian mission to the Ban Pak Audomsung Learning Centre to give English lessons to Karen children living in Thailand. In this testimony, Ilona tells us how her first week a…

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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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Alice: “EcoGreen is one big family. You can’t help but feel at the top!”

It was important for me to go abroad. The opening to others, to the world, the discovery of new cultures, new horizons totally different from ours feeds us and makes us grow. At the end of the first year of study at the 3A school, we have to do an in…

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Sandrine: “Here I am in Vietnam and I would like to share my experience with you”

Hello everyone! I have been in Vietnam for three weeks and I would like to share my experiences with you all! I live in Pavi, a village located in the city of Meo Vac. Meo Vac is a small town in the Ha Giang province of northern Vietnam. This is the p…

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Estelle: “I will always have a wonderful memory of it and I already miss Minmahaw”

Hello everyone. My name is Estelle, I’m 23 years old, and I went to Mae Sot in Thailand for 3 months as a part of my internship after completing my degree. I was the first AIME volunteer to go on a mission to the Minmahaw School, a school for Burmes…

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Martha: “Persevere in life! All things come to he who knows how to wait. “

Well, now it’s my turn to write a testimony, wow how time flies, I still remember reading testimonies from former volunteers… I wanted to wait to write this testimony and then I told myself that I want to write this testimony wit…

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Benedetta: “After three months of missions, my emotions and feelings were indescribable, I learned a lot of things, especially on a human level”

The idea of doing a humanitarian experience had been on my mind for a while. Now it’s done! I am writing this report a week after my departure, at this moment the memories seem clearer than ever. I was living in Thiès, the second largest c…

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Arthur: “In my opinion, it was a wonderful experience, a return to simplicity.”

The mission’s focus was to set up a communal farm which would allow a means for a permanent income for the village and additional funds to start new projects. We also were tasked to take care of the children and carry out the front and fin…

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Camille: “I liked discovering an issue like deforestation in Zambia, but especially the fact of becoming an ambassador for this cause to the entire Maramba community.”

My name is Camille and I’m 23 years old. I volunteered at EcoGreen Foundation from May to July 2017. Today I still consider myself a member of the EcoGreen association because I help the association remotely with specific missions. F…

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Nicolas: “I started a fundraising campaign that made it possible to make the plaster, the floor, the windows, the painting and the doors.”

I arrived in January 2018 at the Children’s Tree of Life orphanage without a very specific mission. I quickly realized that the organization had very little money. There was only a small dorm and the beginning of a class…

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