Kamila Simkova (Czeck Republic)

I did come to Yaounde earlier, so I had opportunity to create my own sessions. Thanks to this a learned a lot about specific topics. There were also held sessions for interns about various topics which should be delivered in the villages, which were really interesting for me. I was co facilitator in many sessions during my stay in Bangoua, also reporter, evaluator and timekeeper for many times. Then I participated in community work and football tournament – it was really interesting experience for me. Before I came to Cameroon, I expected cultural shock, totally different life style, interaction with…

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Sabrina Lim Siew Lee (Malaysia) 2011

I had been in the project for 57days, arrive earlier at Yaounde to prepare for the project. Attended Train the Trainer program. Team leader of CSR subject in charge of 6 members. Facilitator and co facilitator, reporter of Health , Entrepreneurship, English, IT and Community works. Personally, I had learn how to communicate and work along with groups of interns and local members although there was a huge diverse in culture and understanding, but I manage to resolve any conflict that potential come out in my communication. Besides, I had met a lot of local people and learn some french….

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Amelie Dufour (Netherland) 2011

From Summer 2011 Project in Bangoua: The most important thing I achieved is to adapt myself quickly in a totally different (working) situation than I’m used to. There were some moments in which I found this was very difficult, but I think that I achieved a lot in terms of going on, staying positive and adapting quickly to new situations and different cultural attitudes. Besides that, I trained my educational and presentation skills, as well as my improvising skills when I had to think of a quick solution if something went wrong or didn’t work out the way I expected….

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Yujin Lee (Netherland) 2011

First of all, I can now better explain about malaria, HIV/AIDS, cholera. I’ve realized how the information that I had was little. Moreover, I did not know much about cholera before, but now I feel like I’ve become almost an expert of the disease. I had never known that how one person can get easily infected with cholera just by drinking contaminated water, food and even by standing near and talking to someone who has already got the disease. Preparation period before the project was also a learning process for me and it helped me a lot learn a lot…

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