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Local people from Cordoba explain how Projects Abroad volunteers have helped to educate them on their Human Rights and resolve Human Rights Abuses. Program Manager Victoria Marton also explains the aims of the project and how volunteers make a worthwhile contribution.
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Kai Pacha, the director of Pumakawa, explains the aims of the centre and how volunteers can help on the Animal Care Project.
A volunteer, Laura from Holland, talks about her experience at the Veterinary Medicine & Animal Care placement in Argentina and shares her reasons for participating in this project.
A volunteer talks about her experience at the Human Rights project in Argentina and gives insight into her daily tasks.
This video shows an overview of Projects Abroad placements in Argentina
Volunteer, Catherine from the USA, talks about her volunteer experience at the Care project and meeting other volunteers.
A volunteer from the US, Alexander, speaks about working with children in Argentina and a typical day at the Care placement.
The Country Director of Projects Abroad in Argentina, Guillermo Cogorno, talks about Argentina and the many projects in his country.
A Teaching volunteer from Ireland talks about her time in Argentina and recommends learning some Spanish before arriving.
A volunteer on the Argentina Community Farming project talks about her work, including weeding, planting, harvesting crops and playing with the kids.
Belgian volunteer, Tine, talks about her role on our Equine Therapy project in Argentina.
A 2-Week Special volunteer describes her experience in Cordoba. She speaks about what she enjoyed on her placement and meeting local people.
This video shows two female volunteers working at a special needs placement in Cordoba and gives insight into their daily routine.