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Volunteering in Madagascar…

<p>This man carries wood into Sainte Luce and sells it as firewood to the locals. He earns approximately $1 USD per day. The weight of this log is probably around 40kg. Pete couldn

Volunteer Project 2 – Madagascar

THANK YOU!

Before we provide an overview of our experience volunteering in Sainte Luce, Madagascar, we wanted to firstly thank all those that donated to this cause. Madagascar is one on Africa’s poorest nations and endangered ecosystems. The life expectancy for men is 52 and women is 55. Roughly 12% of people die before the age of 5.

65% of the population in Madagascar fall below the recognised International poverty line of $1.25USD per day.

 

Overland Safari 1 – Uganda

Street Sellers stop our truck to sell us BBQ Meat on Skewers or Drinks. Pete sampled the BBQ Beef and said it was surprisingly very tasty...

THE UGANDAN DIARY

Day 9: Border crossing today in Uganda‘the country of smiles’. Overnight at Jinja Campsite which is on the White Nile overlooking Bujagali Falls downstream from the source of the Nile. We spent the next 4 nights here to enjoy some of the ‘adrenaline junkie‘ activities on offer…

Volunteering at New Hope Children’s Home and Community School, Mombasa

New Hope Orphanage and Childrens School was located in busy little village about 30 minutes from the centre of town

Volunteering in Africa has been something we have felt strongly about for a long time. Elissa particularly wanted to help out with orphaned children and in a school and Pete wanted to help with wildlife.

The first of our two volunteering placements was with New Hope Children’s Home and Community School, Mombasa.

Hot Air Ballooning, Cappadocia

Tigers in India
MADAGASCAR VOLUNTEERING
GORILLA TREKKING
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