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20-year anniversary of Nguyen Binh Khiem teaching placement   (published in Vietnam)

November 28, 2013 by   Comments(0)

Nguyen Binh Khiem school has long been our placement for teaching and sport volunteers. Last Sunday Diep (desk officer) and me attended the special ceremony to celebrate the 20 year anniversary of the school thanks to the nice invitation sent to Projects Abroad. The ceremony featured different speeches delivered by honoured guests and by the principal of the school as well as traditional singing and dancing performances of the students. The ceremony had such a great vibe created by the full amount of its pupils and students wearing uniforms and holding little national flags on hands. Below are some photos taken on the day:

 

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20-year anniversary of Nguyen Binh Khiem teaching placement
 

Fiji Week 11!   (published in Fiji)

November 27, 2013 by   Comments(0)

Thursday: breakfast- pancakes! Lunch- goldfish… dinner- spicy beef burger.

Friday: breakfast- peanut butter and jelly toast. Lunch- rice and tuna and green beans. Dinner: LOVO! Chicken and pork and rice and pumpkin curry soup and palusami!

Saturday: breakfast- pawpaw and mango. Lunch- rice and chicken. Dinner: rice and tuna chop suey.

Sunday: breakfast- peanut butter and jelly toast. Lunch- cheese pizza. Dinner- shepard’s pie.

Monday: breakfast- toast. Lunch- shepard’s pie. Dinner- rice and pumpkin soup with pork.

Tuesday: breakfast: toast and leftover pizza. Lunch- fish in coconut milk, roti and curry, ice cream. Dinner- rice and chicken sausage in gravy and roro with mutton.

Wednesday: breakfast- toast and eggs. Lunch- noodles. Dinner- rice with chicken and gravy.

Thursday: truthfully, this is the weirdest sickness I’ve had ever I believe. My glands in my neck were swollen up so it was difficult to move it, and my throat is killing me. And it’s spreading to my ears, so sadly, a doctor’s visit is in my future, like tomorrow morning. And I think my shark dive, the one I’ve been planning on since July, isn’t going to happen… it’s only done on certain days, and I can’t do it in 2 days because no way will I be able to handle 80-90 ft below water in this state… IT’S OK THOUGH, AMALIE WILL TAKE PICTURES SO IT’LL BE LIKE I’M THERE. I just sadly will be on the beach… waiting for her return. But anyways, my next two weeks here are packed with things to do, so there’s no way I’ll be able to do my dive on one of the days they actually have it… POSITIVE THOUGHTS THOUGH: I’ll be back, Fiji, and I will get to see that bull shark up close and personal. ...

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Fiji Week 11!
 

Namaka Public School Prize Giving   (published in Fiji)

November 27, 2013 by   Comments(1)

The Namaka Public School conducted their Prize Giving Day yesterday where Projects Abroad was invited to present prizes to the hardworking students.  

Project Manager Karishma was chief Guest at the event with Project Coordinater Mere Gaunavou who were thrilled to donate a prize to the best all-rounder student.

Karishma had also presented prizes to the hardworking students of different class categories.  We congratulate them and thank the students of Namaka Public School for their hardwork making 2013 a successful year.

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Namaka Public School Prize Giving
 

November Dirty day   (published in Ecuador)

November 27, 2013 by   Comments(0)

Dirty day is an activity where all the volunteers participate regardless their project for integration of all.

During our last Dirty Day, we went to regenerate and little park in the way to the airport that is located in front of the Pedro Pablo Andrade School, this park is using by  the students to rest or walk around that area.

The volunteers worked from 8:30 until 12:30 in different groups: painting the rock around to delimitate the path, cutting bushes  and made signals where the plants are.

Enjoy the pictures :)

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November Dirty day
 

Mittwochabend, der 27. November   (published in Nepal)

November 27, 2013 by   Comments(0)

Heute war ich das letzte Mal im OP und habe quasi die ganze Zeit die orthopädischen Operationen beobachtet. Gleich als wir kamen, gab es eine Operation in der ein Knochen im rechten Arm gerichtet wurde. Da die gesamte Zeit während dem operieren geröntgt wurde mussten wir die schwere Schutzkleidung tragen. Das war schon wirklich lustig! (aber auch heiß) Später gab es noch eine sehr lange Operation in der ein völlig zerfetztes Sprunggelenk wieder hergerichtet wurde. Das war wahnsinnig faszinierend zu beobachten. Der operierende Arzt hat ein wenig herum geschnitten und dann ganz lange genäht bis alles wieder gut aussah und auch die Haut wieder geschlossen war. Das war so toll zum Ansehen! Inzwischen kennt uns das Doktoren- und Schwestern Team im orthopädischen OP auch schon und die Stimmung ist sehr gut und freundlich. Heute hat auch wieder der besonders nette Doktor operiert der uns sogar Dinge erklärt! Morgen und am Freitag bin ich allerdings noch auf der Kinderstation und nächste Woche noch einmal drei tage auf maternity um mich zu verabschieden.

Heute Nachmittag haben mich Manuela und Kristina kurz zu Hause auf einen Tee besucht und dann sind wir los gezogen. Ich habe von den Menschen hier in der Umgebung zur Erinnerung Fotos gemacht. So sind wir zur Schneiderin, zum Supermarktverkäufer und so weiter. Zum Abschluss haben wir uns noch auf einen Tee und zum Ratschen ins Falcha gesetzt. Ich verstehe mich so gut mit den zweien und wir haben viele Pläne für die Zeit wenn wir alle wieder da sind. Ich hoffe wir verwirklichen sie auch aber ich denke schon. Zusammen mit den Beiden und Anna habe ich hier drei besonders gute Freundinnen gefunden und der Abschied nächsten Mittwoch wird sehr schwer! Aber zum ...

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Mittwochabend, der 27. November
 

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