Category Archive for "Volunteer blogs"

6 years later- Tevel alumnus Ari Eichler visits the village where he volunteered

Ari Eichler was a participant of the 8th cohort of the Tevel Community in Nepal between October 2010-February 2011.  He visited  Nepal…

Updates From The Field: Burundi

In 2015, Tevel implemented a literacy and math program in Burundi, conducted by two social mobilizers, Priska and Ameline, local women who…

Understanding and Adapting- Cultural Differences In Our Work

By Michel Ndayisaba, Tevel Fellowship My name is Michel Ndayisaba. My colleagues call me Michimich. At university I studied Communications. Now I…

My Dream For Burundi

By Fabrice Muhoza, Tevel Fellowship My name is Fabrice Muhoza, 30 years old from Makamba province in Burundi. After hearing that the…

This is not what their lives should be

by Aviela Weltman, the Tevel Fellowship program We arrived in the Manegau village to assess the damage done there by the earthquake.…

The Home that Disappeared into Dust

by Sam, Tevel Community Program Puna Tamang watched his friends throw rocks at what was left of his old house, a skeleton…

Tevel in Burundi – Giving from Within

by Itzik Meir, Tevel Fellowship in Burundi 2014-15 We are the first non-African people that most of the children in the villages where…

Dreams come true

When I was accepted to the Tevel Fellowship I was thrilled. I felt that I could not only volunteer and help others but…

Agriculture- the source of life

by Bryan Lieblik, Tevel Fellowship Each day in the Agriculture Thematic Group brings new activities of all varieties: whether teaching local farmers…

A CLOSER LOOK AT GARBAGE IN NEPAL

By Cara Walden, Tevel Fellowship 2014 Coming to Nepal has forced me face something that I have never thought about before. Garbage. …

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