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Arm-In-Arm Volunteers (AIAV)
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Volunteer Abroad, Gap year, volunteer travel, international volunteering
Volunteer Abroad, Gap year, volunteer travel, international volunteering

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When you travel abroad, it is the local people that teaches you all about your destination. We are able to host you during your #vacation or #gap year in Ghana, Nepal, Sri-lanka, Uganda,India or Kenya to #volunteer some of your time to support variety of project while you immerse in the local cultures and make new friends.
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3/15/17
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#VolunteerAbroad isn't always pretty. It isn't always comfortable. Sometimes it hurts. But that's okay. One thing for sure is that the experience changes you- Yes, it does. It leaves marks on your memory, on your heart, and on your body. You take something with you...hopefully, you leave something good behind.” Are you considering volunteering abroad? you may join one of our life altering projects in Ghana, India, Uganda, Nepal, Kenya and Sri-lanka
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Are you planning for your next vacation, gap year or a carrier break? Projects in healthcare, education, special needs, childcare, animal care, community development and sports for social change that we are associated with in Ghana, Uganda, Sri-Lanka, Kenya, India and Nepal would be more happy to have you around.
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After her medical volunteering program in Srilanka , this is what Jessica Chang had to say ...
"I was finally placed in a public teaching hospital in Galle. I spent half of the time in emergency treatment unit (emergency medicine) and the other half of the time in general surgery.

During the placement, i had the chance to shadow the doctors working there and also joined the medical students' teaching activities such as lecture and clinical skill workshop. I had exposure to various emergency cases and resuscitation scenario. Also, i had the chance to see different surgical cases and to observe or even assist in operation.

Through the placement, apart from putting my medical knowledge into clinical practice, I have a better understanding of the health care system of Sri Lanka and their current limitation. This is beneficial for my future career to know more about medical system of places outside my hometown.

What is more, I was pleased to learn more about the local culture like their language, religion, festival etc. People there are also interested in my hometown and we share a lot. Cultural exchange was achieved through interaction with my host family and doctors and medical students I met.
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Who qualifies to join AIAV's inspiring and affordable volunteer abroad programs in Africa or Asia.
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For culturally immersive volunteer travel programs, let's go to Ghana, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Uganda, Kenya or India.
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It's not yet too late, we still have some opportunities for the summer! Sign up now to gain life-altering experiences.
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A guide about a successful short-term volunteer travel for students, professional, missionaries or seniors.
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What a successful social justice fair at Richmond Green Secondary School it was!
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"I applied to go to Ghana and was also not entirely sure what to expect. AIAV exceeded my expectations. They have met their goal of providing affordable opportunities to serve. Throughout the entire process my questions were answered promptly and I knew I could ask Narcisz for help or advice if needed. The site coordinator met us at the airport and we communicated with him and with AIAV throughout the trip. The whole experience was great and I would do it again in a heartbeat. This is a no-hassle, straightforward way to volunteer for anybody who is a go-getter!"
By Rebekah R.
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