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Volunteers in VIEWS Belgium

Volunteers in VIEWS Belgium from October 2012 to July 2013

Views International has the pleasure to let you know that from October 1st, three new volunteers started their EVS projects in Liège.

Anna-Cristina from Spain,
Kasia from Poland
and Kaisu from Finland are the 3 girls who said "yes" to a new exciting experience as European Volunteers. They will be hosted in adapted EVS projects of 9 months.

Anna-Cristina will work in the Santé Nord-Sud association and will help with collecting glasses and medicines for people in RDC Congo; Kasia will be involved in facilitating French classes with immigrants in Orchidée Rose and Coordination Socio-Culturelle de Sainte Marguerite; while Kaisu will facilitate sportive, music and educational activities with children from specialised school for the Blind in Liège.

All three volunteers are helped by VIEWS International team of professionals concerning mobility, daily living skills, French and much more. Let's wish them good luck and hope to hear from them very soon! :)

Volunteers in VIEWS Belgium January - July 2012

With great pleasure we announce that the three
volonteers

  • Patricia from Murcia(Spain)
  • Gellert from Cluj-Napoca(Romania)
  • and Fabio from Napoli, Italy

who came in January 2012
at our headquarters in Liège Belgium, for their 6 months EVS projects finished their successful SVS stages in July 2012.
Views International helped them in finding their way with mobility, adapted French classes, daily living skills classes, supporting in establishing social relationships and much more.
Photo from the three volonteers in LiegeAnother photo from the three volonteers in Liege

Fabio assisted working with children in the specialised school for the Blind in Liège.

Patricia was involved in collecting glasses for people in need in Congo (RDC). and Gellert helped facilitating French classes activities with immigrants.

We thank them for their diligence in work. Each of them strived to do his best and have achieved great results in their activities.

Let’s wish them good luck in future projects which they will be involved in!