Christopher Volunteer Work in Lusaka, Zambia

My Favorite Memory: Jumping off of a cliff/Holding babies at a local orphanage

The most difficult thing I experienced was…. Being by myself for most of the time and not being able to share experiences with people I know on a more personal level than I am use to.

My best received lesson…. Always start the day like you are starting a trip to another country, the sense of excitement and unknown is the best way to fully experience what life has to offer.

Tip for future volunteers… Never hold back, walk down the longer road, climb the higher hill, introduce yourself to the next new face.
Christopher Volunteer Work in Lusaka, Zambia

Personal Paragraph (Testimonial) My time spent in Zambia has been an extremely fulfilling and humbling experience. The people I have met and the memories I have shared will be with me for the rest of my life. I would encourage everyone to be a part of a new culture for even a short period of time to break down their walls. It is hard to write out my experience, the stories I need to tell need emotion and facial expression to take on the full effect of how I feel about them. I just would like to thank ABV, Josphat, Olivia, the hospice staff, and all of my family and friends that have made this dream a reality for me.

Are you willing to speak to other potential ABV volunteers?- Yes

Christopher Volunteer Work in Lusaka, Zambia

Christopher Volunteer Work in Lusaka, Zambia

Volunteer Name: Christopher Mitchell
Project Location: Lusaka, Zambia
Program Dates: July 26 - August 24, 2010
Volunteered At: Kalinglinga Hospice/HIV program

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