Join me, an International Development student on my 8-month adventure at an organic agriculture and fair trade organization in Nepal!
Introductory Sentence: Exploring Vietnam and documenting my volunteer experience in working on youth projects and gender issues.
An International Development student that is eager to learn, explore and build for the sustainable and collective good of people and their communities.
4th year International development undergrad at the University of Waterloo.
I’m a fourth year International Development student at the University of Waterloo working at a marine conservation organization in Vietnam!
Hi! My name is Angele Farn. I'm a University of Waterloo student currently volunteering as a Program Support Officer for WUSC Malawi.
International Development student on her dream placement in Bolivia. Follow me behind the scenes of Fair Trade clothing and handicraft production.
Namaste! I am a student from the University of Waterloo working with the National Federation of Youth NGOs Nepal.
An international development student’s journey to Vietnam to find her place in the developing world.
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