My Favorite Memory: The joy and excitement of the kids when we did activities with them.
I was surprised that…. the attitude of the kids being so thankful and happy.
The most difficult thing I experienced was…. seeing the poverty that people lived in and having to walk away from the kids at the end of the day.
My best received lesson… thankfulness for the blessings I have, and the love children show despite their circumstances.
Tip for future volunteers… (Clothing, travel, personal items, donations, sightseeing etc)
Travel – always carry on prescriptions on flights in case the luggage gets lost.
Sightseeing – many things to see but one unexpected was a tour of the Zambian Parliament Building, Parliament Chambers, and Parliament Library.
Personal Paragraph (Testimonial)
The experience that my son and I had will be impactful and memorable for the rest of our lives. My son already wants to plan a return trip. The needs and impact you can have is indescribable. I would recommend it to anyone.
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Greg Volunteer Abroad in Lusaka, Zambia
Volunteer Name: Greg Ogden
Project Location: Lusaka, Zambia
Program Dates: June 20, 2010 to June 26, 2010
Volunteered At: House of Moses
Bill and Bette Bryant House Martha House
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