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2014-11-05

Eddy, a volunteer "On the Move"

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We would like to congratulate our former volunteer Eddy on his great, great work and beautifil songs from his EP "On the move".

Eddy volunteer with Voluntario Global some years ago, he helped at the kindergarten in Suarez where he saw a different reality and was able to understand how things work in Argentina. Eddy also put a lot of efford on his language skills by traying to make Spanish his second language.  

Proud of you, Eddy. We miss you!!

Here we share one of our favourites, and if you want to listen to more, check this link: https://soundcloud.com/eddy-lalo

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