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Tabea enjoys working with hawks and other animals on the Animal Care project in Guadalajara.
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A volunteer, Hannah from the UK, talks about the reason she chose to volunteer in Mexico and the experience she has gained working in a hospital.
A volunteer, Tiffany from France, talks about her daily responsibilities and the reason she decided to volunteer at the Care project.
A volunteer, Davide from Italy, talks about his experience at the International Development project in Mexico and gives insight into his daily tasks.
A volunteer from Germany speaks about his time in Mexico on the Conservation project; he explains his work and the goals of the placement.
A video showing what it's like to volunteer on the Medicine project in Mexico and help the local community.
A volunteer from Germany, Nando, speaks about the medical outreach work he had the opportunity to be a part of in Mexico.
A volunteer from the United States, Sarlah, speaks about the Nursing project in Mexico and what she learnt during her placement.
A video showing how Projects Abroad volunteers help children in Mexico by doing medical check ups at a local orphanage.
The Country Director in Mexico, Jerylee Wong, talks about her role and the projects in her country.
A video showing how volunteers helped restore the backyard of an orphanage in Mexico, by painting the walls to make it look exciting for the children.
A video showing what it's like to volunteer, right next to the ocean, at the Conservation & Environment project in Mexico.
A video of Projects Abroad volunteers in Mexico taking part in a Dirty Day; which involved painting one of the local secondary schools in Guadalajara.
Care volunteers speak about their experience in Mexico and a typical day at their placement working with young children.
This video shows the turtle related Conservation work which volunteers help with from collecting the eggs on the beach to releasing the newly hatched baby turtles.