Destinations

Concerns about an Ebola Outbreak in Ghana

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You are a passionate traveler and adventurer and you are not afraid of new challenges? But there is this one dangerous things that humans can not stop and which is stronger than anything else. Fatal Diseases. Read more about Ebola and it’s consequences. How to confront yourself with the disease and how to make informed responsible decisions.

Why you should volunteer in Peru

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Peru is a beautiful, fascinating and diverse country with great food, friendly people and lots to do, perhaps too much! Read why you should volunteer in Peru and you’ll be ready to pack your bag!

The project Adam – Supporting education access and equity

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Adam was a backpacker and influenced SOLS with his motivation. With enthusiastic and motivated people it’s possible the make a difference. You will never be able to have an understanding of social issues if you just read a book or search on the internet. You have to be immersed in the situation and experience it yourself.

Interview about Empowering leaders around the world

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Naoko, is a socially engaged young woman who had this crazy dream to improve the quality of life of others and that’s exactly what she’s been doing for the past 8 years! SOLS 24/7 supports vulnerable communities with educational tools and programs to establish rural economic systems and urban networks that will allow youth to become dynamic and self-sustaining.

A day of volunteering at Leaf Pagoda

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Hanna volunteered in Vietnam with Volunteers for Peace at Leaf Pagoda. She describes a day of volunteering at Leaf Pagoda, speaks about her experiences and how the life with monks inspired her.

A Billy Bus Ride through Uganda!

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Carol Michell and the Billy bus in Uganda. Carol was touched by the country and wanted to get involved. Read how she increases access to healthcare for children, pregnant women and other vulnerable people.

First impressions of Vietnam

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You are thinking about volunteering abroad ? Read what Hanna learned on her trip to Saigon and what first experiences she collected in this new environment.

Heading to Vietnam- Hanna & Lukas on the move

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What are your expectations, hopes and fears towards your upcoming time as a volunteer? That’s the big questions we are going to ask Hannah and Lukas today. The two siblings are going to start their big adventure in April and will henceforth send blog updates to us. Read up and find out, if you can identify with this?

10 must do’s for volunteers in Cambodia

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Cambodia. What do we truly know of this mysterious country, about the people who live there, the culture and the sights to see? Luckily, our inside-expert Tammy explains the must-doe’s in Cambodia and what you should expect.

Children with Hope for Development

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Some people are not content to do nothing when they see potential. Sokha Treng is one of them. The potential he sees, lies in the kids and teenagers in Cambodia and his dream is to help them achieve a better future through education and care.