Mon quotidien comme volontaire internationale au Sri Lanka
My name is Madeline and I'm a 19 year old Journalism student, experiencing and capturing the exciting feeling of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam for the summer!
Communications advisor in Peru. Communication and education know no frontiers and are key to create a fairer world.
Fervente défenseuse de la diversité culturelle (et du droit à la différence tout court), je coordonne le 71e Séminaire international en Bolivie.
Eating is my favourite sport and I consider myself a student of life - for life. Also, I'm saved and unapologetic.
Depuis avril dernier, grâce au CECI et à EUMC, je suis à Oulan Bator en Mongolie.
Volontaire intéressée aux voyages, à l’appui aux communautés locales, la consommation éthique, aux langues, au développement personnel et au yoga.
Ginette ne voyage jamais sans ses chats.
I like to try foods of acquired taste, learn confusing alphabets, and gather stories of human challenges
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