Written by Soledad Barruti on 2020-01-15. Posted in Environment
Today's monoculture generates monocultures. Those monocultures, in turn, can only be produced by the agro-business. This is how businesses are linked in an industry that works in an integrated manner, that is very large and that does not produce thinking about feeding the people, but selling products to them.
Written by Melissa Castaño on 2019-11-29. Posted in Childcare & Children
Volunteer Lena, from New Zeland, share with us her volunteering experience in the kindergarten and tells us what she's learned living in the city of Buenos Aires.
Written by Alvaro Garcia Linera on 2019-11-22. Posted in Voluntario Global Info
With the recent political manifestations in Bolivia that have polarized the country into two different bands, the ones that support and don’t support Evo Morales, racism between indigenous and non indigenous people has come to light in the country. Here’s a reflexion about this issue that can help us reflect about the ongoing racism towards our tribes and the indigenous people of our continent.
Written by Melissa Castaño on 2019-11-19. Posted in Reviews from Past Volunteers
Udo and Manu are our most recent volunteers from Germany. While they are currently studying, they decided to take some time off school to come to Argentina and help its locals by volunteering with us. We talked to them about their current experience with us and made them a few questions. Here’s what they had to say.
Written by Melissa Castaño on 2019-11-11. Posted in Voluntario Global Info
After learning about the coup d’etat against president Evo Morales, the social organizations of Argentina stand up to defend democracy and peace in our continent. Voluntario Global and Pacheco Community marched in solidarity with the Bolivian people who have worked hard to build a sovereign country based on social justice.
Written by Melissa Castaño on 2019-11-04. Posted in Travel Argentina
Last sunday, October 27th, citizens of Argentina had in their hands the opportunity of choosing a new president or reelecting the previous one. Fortunately the majority gave the chance to Alberto Fernández and new horizons of hope are being drawn for the country.
Written by Valeria Gracia on 2019-11-02. Posted in Voluntario Global Info
Brief reflection of the Pacheco Community on the document "Argentina sin hambre".
Written by Melissa Castaño on 2019-11-01. Posted in Health
This week we participated in a health workshop at one of our projects in José León Suárez where some of the members of Pacheco Community and two doctors that work in health centers of the outskirts of Buenos Aires, talked about the importance of building the concept of health from our community.
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