Posted On Tuesday, May 11, 2021
The health promotion challenge taught me so much about the culture, lifestyle and health care system in Cambodia. I got to witness exactly how the healthcare system works and how the culture impacts the system and health outcomes. I also learnt how to interact and present important information that is clear and simple to those who speak an entirely different language. I also gained a greater appreciation for the need and importance of health promotion.
Posted On Friday, April 23, 2021
Without a doubt, travelling has the power to change you. Being an experienced traveller myself, I can hands down say I would not be the person I am today without my wild adventures across the globe. By surrounding yourself with different people, surroundings and cultures, your outlook on life changes.
Posted On Tuesday, April 6, 2021
I can honestly say that my four weeks in Peru were some of the best I’ve ever lived. Challenges Abroad has helped me see all the different things I can achieve if I put my mind to it. I urge anyone who has been ‘just thinking about it’ to just DO IT! You never know what adventure you will have unless you put yourself out there and try something new and exciting!
Posted On Tuesday, March 16, 2021
We can all choose to challenge, as we are all responsible for our own thoughts and actions. Remember, it’s not your job to fix the world on your own, we are all a part of this movement and collectively we can call out gender discrimination, support and respect all women.
Posted On Thursday, March 4, 2021
This program, despite being 100% virtual, gave me an amazing all-round experience when researching and creating a teaching curriculum suitable for teachers in Battambang, Cambodia. When creating our curriculum, my partner intern and I had worked closely with our community coordinator, Phearom, to identify and address improvements community teachers wanted as well as the local barriers to education.
Posted On Wednesday, February 24, 2021
Did you know that the Amazon rainforest covers 5,500,000 km2 of land? That’s 85 times as big as Tasmania, Australia! But with such a large area of biodiversity and greenery comes a great responsibility to protect it. Since 1978, roughly one million square kilometres of the Amazon rainforest have been demolished. So, how is the largest rainforest in the world shrinking?
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