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International Volunteer HQ (IVHQ)

Excellent and prompt support system in place. Both before and during volunteer stint. Queries usually answered within a day (even Sundays). Hosts were very friendly and flexible with programme. Takes care to attend to the wellbeing of volunteers e.g. offering extra blankets, helping arrange R&R activities.

Program: Volunteer Abroad
Location: Kenya
Posted: Jan 19, 2009
Overall:
10
Support:
10
Value:
10

Volunteering Solutions

The best managed trip I have had in my life! People are wonderful and everything was done professionaly. I had a wonderful time working at an orphanage and the coordinator Rajiv is excellent and was helpful in all the ways possible. Volunteering Solutions was a great support and made sure I was comfortable in my trip.

Program: Volunteer Abroad
Location: India
Posted: Jan 18, 2009
Overall:
10
Support:
9
Value:
10

International Volunteer HQ (IVHQ)

Excellent Experience and service!! I would definitely reccomend IVHQ. Great friendly helpful staff, very well organised, they took all the stress and hassel out of it. I researched many volunteer companies and they we're the best by far!!

Program: Volunteer Abroad
Location: Nepal
Posted: Jan 18, 2009
Overall:
10
Support:
10
Value:
10

Volunteering India

The program was great and Saurabh our coordinator at office was wonderful. The food and support from the host family was also very nice and provided excellent meals to all volunteers. Working at the school with young children was a very memorable experience.

Program: Volunteer Abroad
Location: India
Posted: Jan 18, 2009
Overall:
9
Support:
10
Value:
9

MMRF - Maya Mountain Research Farm

I stayed at MMRF from mid-December 2007 until late February 2008. During this time I worked on a Guidebook for Belize while my wife studied permaculture with Christopher Nesbitt.
MMRF was my home-base between journeys that brought me from one end of the country to the other, and a beautiful one at that. While study was not my personal focus at the time, I couldn't help but learn by osmosis, and as a result my chapters of the book are peppered with references to agriculture, alternative energy, and sustainability in general.
For students looking to learn about permaculture, jungle farming, solar and wind power, or sustainable living in general, I recommend an internship at MMRF highly.
Joshua Samuel Brown
http://www.josambro.blogspot.com/

Program: Study Abroad
Location: Belize
Posted: Jan 18, 2009
Overall:
10
Support:
9
Value:
10

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