Madagascar

“Why was being a foreigner a problem though? It isn’t wrong. It’s not a bad thing, nor anything to be ashamed of. It simply means ‘I’m not from around here.’ But in my mind to be called a local would have meant that I had made it – that I had fully adapted and that I ‘belonged.’ And while it is important and recommendable to assimilate into the local culture where you are, it is equally important to remember that the world is not our home,” said OMer Rebecca.
Madagascar STM Coordinator Assistant Madagascar    Go & Visit    Various Dates: See DetailsYou will be working to help STM expandng in Madagascar and into the neighboring Islands.
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