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Conversation Corps-Italy. What One Tutor Experienced

on Sep 7, 2010 2:56:00 PM By | Randy LeGrant | 0 Comments | Conversation Corps-Italy Conversation Corps Volunteer Blogs
Yet another Blog post from a member of the Conversation Corps. Wow. What a program.
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Samrong Hospital-Medical Volunteering In A Primitive Setting

on Jul 30, 2010 3:36:00 PM By | Randy LeGrant | 0 Comments | Cambodia Medical/Health Projects Volunteer Blogs Volunteering Abroad
"I went to was a small hospital - Sam Roang Hospital, at the rural area of Siem Riep. This hospital is nothing like what you will ever see in Melbourne or Malaysia and I was utterly shocked by the condition of the hospital. The very limited facilities and resources, running low on/out of medical supplies, fan-less maternity ward, supposedly sterile operating theatre with flies in it and only three out of five bulbs of the operating lamp are working. You can't possibly imagine what the condition is like until you see it for yourself. It is primitive."
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Suck My What? Conversation Corps In Thailand

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A New Blog From A Volunteer In Spain

One of GeoVisions' volunteers on Conversation Corps-Spain published a new Blog and is updating her posts regularly.  It is really worth a read.
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Volunteer Abroad Returnees: Coming Home or Going to Volunteer Again?

on Jan 12, 2010 3:15:00 PM By | Randy LeGrant | 2 Comments | Peru Volunteer Blogs Volunteering Abroad
A few days ago I wrote a Blog post about a volunteer (Daniel Jackson) who returned home only to start up his own non-profit and find new ways to assist the medical clinic where he volunteered for with GeoVisions in Peru.
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