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INDIA | Tuesday, 10 February 2009 | Views [4528] | Comments [1]

I was lucky enough to be a volunteer on this World Expeditions community project - repairing a school in Jambha Village, Rajasthan.

Having never travelled to India before and being a relatively new Mum, it was a surreal and very rewarding experience to be travelling on my own, and camping in the desert in Rajasthan!

Our team worked on a neglected yet vital school in Jambha village in scorching temperatures(although when I inquired why there were no snakes around, I was told it was only Winter and they come out when it heats up in Summer!) to help send a message on the importance of education, particularly in rural India.

The project was funded by many people via micro donations through the Footprints Network.

I hope you enjoy our story.

Tags: community project travel, community projects, india, positive footprints, rajasthan, volunteer travel, world expeditions, world nomads

 

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magical..thank you for sharing..a real challenge specially for a young mother like you....
luv and hugs,
Ave

  avebella Jul 28, 2009 2:24 AM

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