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Tales from VAP volunteers - Class of 2010!


Kenya

<p>Hannah E. from London</p>

When volunteering in Malawi and Tanzania while at school and during my year out I developed a love of East Africa and soon felt itchy to go back. On discovering VAP I found a number of workcamps in Kenya and at far more affordable prices than any ’volunteer abroad’ organisations. I chose a 6 week workcamp based at a secondary school in western Kenya...

Hannah E. from London

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UK

<p>Miriam D. from Brighton</p>

If anyone is interested in doing some real volunteering and not paying stupid amounts of money to do it just visit VAP’s website or drop them an e-mail.

Miriam D. from Brighton

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member of:
Volunteer Action for Peace, member of the Co-ordinating Committee for International Voluntary Service Volunteer Action for Peace, member of the Volunteer International Network Exchange UK
with the support of:
Volunteer Action for Peace, member of the European «Youth in Action» Programme

Quote of the day

« I can say that the best things about the workcamp and this whole experience were the chance of making a real difference to the lives of very needy children. This is an extremely valuable project where volunteers can have a massive impact. Also the possibility of learning a huge amount about a country so different from our own. I learnt ten times as much by carrying out a workcamp than I would ever do backpacking. »

Dominic K. from Slimbridge

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