BOLIVIA: Journalism in Bolivia« Back to Videos
Ximena Noya, Editor-in-Chief of the Cochbanner Magazine, talks about the work that Projects Abroad volunteers are doing on the Journalism Project in Bolivia.
More videos from Bolivia:
A volunteer from Germany describes her six month volunteering experience at the Journalism project in Bolivia and explains why she chose to volunteer on this placement.
Volunteer, Cathryn from Ireland, talks about her teaching experience in Bolivia and provides tips that will help you prepare.
A video showing what it is like to volunteer at a Care project in Bolivia, working with young children.
A video showing what the entertainment is like at the famous Urkupina Festival, which takes place in Bolivia.
Volunteer, Anja from Norway, talks about her experience and why she decided to do the Nursing project in Bolivia.
Volunteer, Seth from USA, talks about his experiences at the Medicine in project in Bolivia.
A video showing what it is like to volunteer in Bolivia on projects such as Journalism, Medicine or Music.
A video showing what it's like to volunteer on the Football placement in Bolivia, coaching young children.
A volunteer from Germany speaks about the Teaching project in Bolivia; she speaks about her interests and her volunteering experience.
A video showing you what it's like to volunteer on the Football project, combining coaching football with various aspects of community work and social work.
A volunteer speaks about her time in Bolivia on the Canine Therapy project; she explains how she was able to help children and learn something new.
A volunteer from the United States, Soren, speaks about what it's like to volunteer on the Journalism project in Bolivia.
A volunteer from Australia, Brent, describes a typical day at the Sports placement and the time he spent in Bolivia.
A video showing what it's like to volunteer on the Equine Therapy placement, looking after horses and caring for children.
A physiotherapist from London, speaks about her placement and how she was able to introduce hydrotherapy for children with cerebral palsy.
A Music volunteer from Texas talks about her time in Bolivia and how much she enjoyed giving young children music lessons.
Country Director, Carmen Herbas talks about her role at Projects Abroad and the beneficial work done through the projects in Bolivia.
Anne enjoys the rewarding experience of teaching English in Bolivia.