Volunteer in Costa Rica with Globe Aware

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El Yaz community experiences beautiful spring temperatures and is rich in soil and known for its clean water. The community is a great agricultural paradise but the people are struggling to make ends meet and put food on the table. Many of the villagers have a hard time even finding a low paying job and live in poverty and unsanitary conditions. They have no form of hot water, transportation, or protein sources to add to their daily diets.

Globe Aware Volunteers will work on an organic farm and will learn and work closely on reforestation, permaculture, and environmental issues. Some of the projects completed by our volunteers are repairing bridges, fences, painting school, planting trees and gardens, providing environmental education and conservation, working on solar cooking projects, and installing new water pipe system to bring new clean water source into community.

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Cindy
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The school we worked on was in need of cleaning and painting. The Girl Scouts we brought took great pride in their projects. I also learned how to mix and lay concrete. The people we met were great and made us all comfortable in their homes. The down time was nice. The girls were able to interact with one another. The day at the hot springs was a treat. We all had a great experience. Federico was a great guide and was very caring and patient. Federico knew how to interact with all the girls in the troop. He connected with one of the girls that needed a little more attention. Federico shared his world experiences. It was very comfortable just hanging out at night. Federico was also very conscious of protecting the people on the trip.