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Reported by 1 on 23rd February 2016

Return of The Volunteer

Camps International featured on Abu Dhabi's The National website yesterday, highlighting a recent eight-day trip to Cambodia by Dubai students from Jumeirah College.  The students volunteered so children in the South-East Asian country would have a better chance at getting an education, helping to build accommodation, repair existing buildings and deliver water to the community.  To read the full article follow the link here   

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Reported by 1 on 23rd February 2016

Daima – A new dawn for Kenya…

This is a photo of our 2009 SDX (Sports development eXpedition) team with lots of donated sport kit. Good work guys! They are going out to Kenya from Aug - Sept to work (sweat, run around and blow whistles) with 4 African schools on our sports development program. The students pictured are from Bournemouth University, Portsmouth University, Southampton University and Surrey University as well as the leader Barry Squires from Bournemouth University and Charlotte Doyle the teacher from Portsmouth University.

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Camps International

Reported by 1 on 23rd February 2016

A-Level Results: Some Good News

GEMS American Academy just had their first Camps International experience as part of their Week Without Walls Program. They spent a week in Tanzania at our camp in Moshi, working to improve the conditions of a local school nearby, learning lots about local culture and tradition and of course going on an unbelievable safari in the Ngorongoro Crater National Park. They were a wonderful group to have with us so asante sana for all your great work and sharing your...

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Reported by 1 on 23rd February 2016

Harmony Farm in Cambodia

Just got back from a visit to the Stephen Kanja Primary School, where we went to have a look at the completion of a very exciting water project that has been supported by Sally's Children's Trust. I have to add that the drive up there is absolutely spectacular with the rolling green hills and the cool air that chills you as you get away from the coastal humidty. Love it! Simon had briefed me about the overall objectives of this...

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Reported by 1 on 23rd February 2016

Borneo, Bongkud through a child’s eyes

Many of you will know Eustace, Camp Manager at Muhaka and many of you will know that Eustace is the kind of man who will not agree with the saying, "you can't teach an old dog new tricks." And he has proved it to all of us. Eustace signed up for a computer course only a couple of months ago and now he is on his way to being a fully fledged blogger and photographer! So, in the first of...

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Camps International

Reported by 1 on 23rd February 2016

The Campion Diaries…

This really made me "tabasamu" Tanzania! (thank you Georgia Leonard!) [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_large","fid":"3814","attributes":{"class":"media-image","typeof":"foaf:Image","height":"315","width":"560","style":""}}]] And also just received a first hand account from our gappers in Tanga so big thanks to everyone who keeps us all smiling.... Life in Camp Tanzania has been tiring yet rewarding as we complete various projects. Our first task was to complete the kitchen for the mamas of the village. Work on the kitchen had already begun so when we stepped into our jobs finishing the construction of...

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