My Favorite Memory: was working with the babies at the hospital, they always put a smile on my face.
I was surprised that….I was able to do as much as I did because of the language barrier
The most difficult thing I experienced was…. language barrier
My best received lesson…I have learned so much about health care and how fortunate some are compared to others.
Tip for future volunteers… (Clothing, travel, personal items, donations, sightseeing etc) pack a carry on bag with essentials. I didn’t get my suitcase for 4 days!
Personal Paragraph (Testimonial): This experience was life changing and will never be forgotten. I plan to come back once I am a doctor and fluent in Spanish.
How would you rate your experience working with the ABV staff, both in the USA, and in-country? Wonderful. in both countries. they were easily accessible and helpful.
How would you describe your accommodation ( ie: host family, on-site, shared housing etc) Amazing. Lidia could not have been any better. I was truly blessed to have her.
Are you willing to speak to other potential ABV volunteers? Yes of course
Jennifer Volunteer Abroad in La Ceiba, Honduras
Volunteer Name: Jennifer Trost
Project Location: La Ceiba, Honduras
Program Dates: June 01 -June 14, 2011
Volunteered At: Public Hospital
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