Jessica writes about the excitement of the Abucjo Aplastado community in the DR as they welcome our Intercordians.
Jessica, a mentor in the Dominican Republic this year, shares about Intercordians meeting their host families!
Estaban is, as always, is enthusiastic about the future and the ideas we have talked about this week.
We are visiting a family in Bejuco Aplastda, near Banao and right across the road from the house
is the town’s baseball field and the game is on!
We are visiting a community high up in the mountains of central Dominican Republic near Banao
Enjoy the news of our Rwandan partner: Fair Children Youth Foundation and the reflections from 3 Intercordians on page 8!
Happiness is not about what happens but how I respond to things.
My second host family, which I shared with Jessica, revealed its courage and determination over the two days we lived with them.
Everything is complex (and therefore challenging)
I am always grateful to visit our placements, especially while the students are living their experiences.
I have been in Ghana for almost three weeks now.
Our arrival, although not what we planned or expected, hopefully sets a tone of working together through difficulty, of patience, of working with our expectations, and of understanding for our time here.
Katie a mentor in Nicaragua, writes her first blog since arriving a week ago.
An inspiring chat with a courageous man!
The director of Intercordia, Joe, is visiting the host communities in Honduras for a week.
Intercordia’s director Joe leaves for Honduras February 19th.
I came upon this article through a friend who recently lost her father and wondered what he would have said. Joe
Our partner organization in Ecuador, Fundacion Reto Internacional, sent us this article: ‘What it takes to be a highly effective volunteer” ... We thought those embarking on their Intercordia experience this summer might find it interesting!