Written by Laura Blackmore on 2019-03-25. Posted in Voluntario Global Info
Over the past month, there have been a few changes happening within Voluntario Global. Firstly, we would like to farewell Milena Sapeywho has done a wonderful job of being our Volunteer Coordinator for the past 3 years. We wish her all the best for her next adventure and to stay in touch!
Written by Johanne Mortensen on 2019-03-17. Posted in Tips
I think I had left my heart in Buenos Aires, so I'm back here after only a few weeks back home in Norway.
Written by Laura Blackmore on 2019-03-17. Posted in Voluntario Global Info
Accompanied by a scarce amount of men and children, the International Women’s Day demonstration or ‘El dia de la mujer’ started from the National Congress at 5pm and proceeded down Avenida de Mayo until it reached Plaza de Mayo in the centre of town.
Written by Jeanne Dulac on 2019-03-12. Posted in Environment
Les premières civilisations pratiquaient l’agriculture en se basant sur le temps pour travailler en harmonie avec la nature.
Written by Laura Blackmore on 2019-03-10. Posted in Environment
Centuries ago the first civilizations were considered to be pioneers due to their deep connection with nature and ability to work within the natural cycles of the land.
Written by Jeanne Dulac & Laura Blackmore on 2019-03-05. Posted in Childcare & Children
We rang the bell on the front door of the white façade building. It was our third visit accompanying Tony, one of the volunteer’s from Sweden, to the after school care located in the suburbs of Buenos Aires.
Written by Jeanne Dulac & Laura Blackmore on 2019-02-22. Posted in Voluntario Global Info
Just over an hour away from Plaza Italia lies a secret community garden. In this special place, time seems to be suspended and behind the metallic doors, the craziness of Buenos Aires is left behind.
Written by Laura Blackmore & Jeanne Dulac on 2019-02-17. Posted in Travel Argentina
Laura is from Australia and Jeanne is French. They both arrived this week in Buenos Aires to help Voluntario Global with their community NGO projects. Here are a few insights of what it’s like to be Portenos for a couple of weeks:
Voluntario Global helps local communities by being available to discuss anything that local organizations need, and offering ideas for further change and development.
Location: General Pacheco. Buenos Aires. Argentina