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Canada World Youth

Incredible experience! Travel, learn, experience, make friends, network, grow, expand your comfort zone, open you mind!!!!!

Program: Volunteer Abroad
Location: Ukraine
Posted: Mar 15, 2009
Overall:
10
Support:
10
Value:
10

Globalteer

Was a good experience being able to teach kids, but it depends on where you go, luckily my school placement was very organised however I heard bad reports from people teaching at other schools (you can go to several schools in Siem Reap). The water filter project got good reviews from all while I was there. Cambodia itself is amazing and worth the visit. Airport pick up was late (but got there eventually), and Globalteer did not really provide a good list of things for teaching materials prior to leaving. Good environment-lots of social activities and events-met a lot of new people. Globalteer genuinely want to help out though sometimes it falls by the way-side.

Program: Volunteer Abroad
Location: Cambodia
Posted: Mar 11, 2009
Overall:
8
Support:
8
Value:
7

Comments

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International Volunteer HQ (IVHQ)

The two months I spent in Kenya was one of the most amazing experiences of my life. IVHQ's program was very well run, with their partner organization in Kenya, MEAC, providing for my needs during my stay. All of the host families treated the volunteers as though they were a part of their own families. Also, while I was there, Daniel, the director of IVHQ, was very helpful from their home base in New Zealand, promptly answering any questions and concerns I had and dealing with their partner organization effectively. I would highly recommend IVHQ to anyone looking to volunteer abroad.

Program: Volunteer Abroad
Location: Kenya
Posted: Mar 9, 2009
Overall:
10
Support:
10
Value:
9

A Broader View Volunteers Corp

We were treated extremely well by ABV. The entire staff and coordinators showed such kind hospitality toward us, they even took us out for dinner when we had finished the program which was lovely. The ABV staff in Arusha was available if we ever needed anything (which we never did, but it was great to know there was a support network when we were in such a foreign situation!). Volunteering in Tanzania in this project was genuinely rewarding experience that I will remember for a lifetime. I hope other people will travel and allow much more support to be sent to the project.

Program: Volunteer Abroad
Location: Tanzania
Posted: Mar 9, 2009
Overall:
9
Support:
10
Value:
10

Amistad Institute

I am completely agreed with the last posting the Amistad Institute runs wrost program in Costa Rica. And of couse, Marco and other staffs are very rude. They do not care what you say once they get money so, avoid them. There are many good companies over there

Program: Volunteer Abroad
Location: Costa Rica
Posted: Mar 7, 2009
Overall:
10
Support:
0
Value:
0

Comments

I also agree with other volunteers comments. Amisted is the worst organization. The director of the organization Marco is the rudest person has no humer
Again, We did not have a participant called Nancy... ever! This person does not exist in our records, so either is an ex volunteer using another name for some estrange reason, or a competitor making up a name to write bad things about that. :(
Hi, can you please give actual facts, i.e. how rude? That will help, Sussie
Could you tell me the dates that you attended the Institute? Your post says March of this year, is this correct?
Could you tell me the dates that you attended the Institute? Your post says March of this year, is this correct?

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