My Volunteering Experience in India!- Annika Sauer

My Volunteering Experience in India!- Annika Sauer

Project- CSI Orphanage Girl’s Home– 9 months

I liked the project and the work I did but it was quiet difficult to find my place in the project, because day is planned through all along. I had to fight to get some time to play with children.

Volunteer-India

Skills gained…

Patience, working with children

The impacts….

Beating got less during my stay. I could not implement teeth brushing in the evening because the contact person forbid this. Children improved their English and got less shy while communicating in English. They also got an impression of different culture and different lifestyle.

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