Therry Jean-Louis and Cassiany Alexander Volunteer in La Ceiba, Honduras Volunteers Abroad Reviews and Feedbacks http://feedback.abroaderview.org
I was surprised that….
Cassiany: La Ceiba was so beautiful and so safe, unlike what CNN and other news reports have displayed on TV. It is a nice and modern city.
The most difficult thing I experienced was….
Therry & Cassiany: telling someone that they were HIV positive.
My best received lesson…
Therry: It is the little things that each of us can do that will make change happen. Together, we can make the world a better place.
Tip for future volunteers… (Clothing, travel, personal items, donations, sightseeing etc)
It is hot! Pack light. Don’t forget those shorts.
Personal Paragraph (Testimonial):
Therry: It does not take much to make a difference. In the end, I have gained more than I have ever given to the people of Honduras, a rewarding feeling a sense of purpose and accomplishment.
Cassiany: I would encourage anyone to engage in this type of volunteer work because not only do you have the chance to travel, meet new people, make new friends, learn about different cultures, but mainly get a chance to give back to the community and mainly the most undeserved areas.
How would you rate your experience working with the ABV staff, both in the USA, and in-country?
Cassiany: My experience working with ABV staff has been outstanding. The in-country staff was with us every step of the way making sure we were ok, they were organized and helpful.
Therry: This has been a great experience. I would recommend ABV to anyone who desires an exceptional volunteer abroad experience.
How would you describe your accommodation ( ie: host family, on-site, shared housing etc
Our host mom and sisters were just wonderful. I would volunteer again in Honduras
Are you willing to speak to other potential ABV volunteers?
Yes, any time!
from Volunteers Abroad Reviews and Feedbacks http://feedback.abroaderview.org/2012/04/17/therry-jean-louis-and-cassiany-alexander-volunteer-in-la-ceiba-honduras/