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Photo Competition 2014

After another incredible school expedition season draws to an end, we have been lucky enough to experience some of your highlights through our annual Photographic competition, which is getting bigger and better every year! We were blown away by the number and quality of entries this year and really enjoyed seeing some of the amazing and heart-warming moments that you captured during your time with us.

"THE WORK OF CAMPS TOUCHES HEARTS OF MANY" MUHAKA DISPENSARY EMERGENCY WARD HANDING OVER CEREMONY

Our volunteers have been tirelessly building an emergency ward in Muhaka dispensary since January 2013. The aim of this project was to provide a place where serious patients would be able to be admited and receive sufficient medical treatment from proffessional Doctors and Nurses. I thought by sharing this bit of story and inspirational achievement done so far by our volunteers, will make your day a nice one……

 

Our Epic Africa Team Season 2014

WOW! Where to begin?!

In Tanzania we have just had the season of all seasons with over 900 volunteers experience community project work, wildlife conservation, adventure and cultural activities … all in the space of 6 short weeks! How on earth are we going to summarise that in a short blog? Well, the simple answer is that we can’t. Sooo …. This is a mammoth blog and we expect you to read from start to finish as what has been achieved in such a short space of time is astounding!

Jambo from Tanzania SDX 2014

Our SDX team have been training and coaching sports in two of the local Schools in Tanzania.Just within two weeks alot has been achieved and this is what they had to share....

The trip can be summarized by every day’s journey to school through the villages, where everyone is happy to see us as they appreciate everything we can give them, even if it just a hand to hold.

Kenya Gappers Bring Us Their Update...

Their weekends have included wine and cheese nights, without the cheese, and massages on the white sandy beach of Diani, however during the week, our lovely Kenya Gappers have been working their socks off as well as experiencing lots of cultural experiences and this past week they have been busy planting trees in Kaya. Ella brings this weeks update ...

Veteran Volunteers - Part 6

A Camps International case study
Here comes part 6 in our "Veteran Volunteers" blogging series, we hope you love it and find it useful. Enjoy!

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Name: Josh Stainthorp

Year of Travel: 2011

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