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TeresaAge: 51 or olderFemaleright now I'm in Cambodia!Cooks rock!11/08/2015How could this program be improved?
I got the feeling that James was kind of a placer holder for his wife. Several people told me that she had been a better administrator of the program and the sort of lapses our team experienced would not have happened on her watch. I hope that she will return as the GV leader for this project when she finishes her training in NZ. James is certainly capable and well-meaning, but his priorities lie elsewhere in my impressions.
RogerAge: 51 or olderMalePortland OregonUniversity of PortlandAlways enchanting Vietnam..11/05/2015How could this program be improved?
the program should find a different high school to volunteer in. i know there is another Nguyen Binh Kiem hi school in Hanoi that teachers disabled students along with regular students. It is a public school. This would be a perfect fit for GV.
DebbieAge: 51 or olderFemaleArchbald, PAMarywood UniversityGlobal Volunteering is Good for the Soul11/03/2015How could this program be improved?
Providing individual keys at the Kiki Motel