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Maria, a retired primary school teacher from Donegal, answers questions about her experience with VSO in Ethiopia.
What a difference six months on placement has meant for Methodology and Resources Adviser Mary Sugrue from Limerick.
Jacqueline McAuley has spent the last six months volunteering as a midwife trainer in Ethiopia. This is her story.
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"The people here are incredibly kind and gracious and welcoming. Volunteering with VSO – I would highly recommend it."
"If you have a genuine desire to share your skills with people from across the world, learn from a different culture, and have a year of adventure, then volunteering could provide you with a truly life-changing experience."
Dr. Mary McCauley is a speciality trainee in her fifth year of training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, working in Altnagelvin Area Hospital in Northern Ireland. In September, she will be embarking on the experience of a lifetime with VSO.
Conor Ryan, 35, from Thurles, Co Tipperary is volunteering as a research and development associate with a local charity in Odisha, India. He tells us about his first few months volunteering.
Speech and language therapist Maeve McCutcheon describes her hands-on placement with VSO in India.