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An Interview with Nicholas Kristof

I recently interviewed, Nicholas Kristof, New York Times Op-Ed columnist via email.  The interview appeared in Transitions Abroad.  Kristof and his wife, Sheryl WuDunn, have written an excellent book, A Path Appears, about, as the sub-title says, “Transforming Lives, Creating Opportunity”. The book discusses how important small donations of time and money are to successful individual and …

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Interview with Mike Rosenkrantz in Nepal

  Mike Rosenkrantz has spent the past few years working and volunteering in Nepal.  He wrote Living in a Village in Nepal for this website and it has been very popular.  Mike continues to live in Nepal and he kindly agreed to the following email interview with me.  I know you find it interesting and …

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Over 70 and Traveling the World – An Inspirational Interview

An interview with husband and wife Don and Alison, ages 70 and 63 respectively, who are traveling the world. Nomadic Matt talks with this inspirational couple who made the decision to sell their condo and “have a life”. http://www.nomadicmatt.com/travel-blogs/don-alison-success-story/

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The Tourism Authority of Thailand Joins Forces with Global Voluntourism Agencies

With the intention of promoting volunteer tourism in this fascinating country, Tourism Authority of Thailand has joined forces with a number of voluntourism agencies to raise awareness of the many exciting and rewarding opportunities that Thailand has to offer. TAT’s commitment to promoting voluntourism is certainly no gimmick with a view to merely boosting the …

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Interview with Kristin Johnson of Women in Progress

Kristin Johnson and Renae Adam served as Peace Corps Volunteers in Ghana from 1992 to 1995. While serving in nearby villages they collaborated on projects helping to empower women.  Kristin and Renae returned home after their Peace Corps service but their love of Ghana and its people never left them.  They were particularly impressed by …

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