August 18, 2011
I am an environmental engineering student at the University of New Hampshire. Myself and two others just returned from a two week trip for Engineers Without Borders working with ChildVoice. They were extremely helpful with everything, and without their help we would have not been able to accomplish as much as we did. All of the staff was very nice and generous. They made me feel welcome, safe, and at home. We plan to travel back to continue our project implementing a well and working to fix other sources of water in the region. I am excited to return to the ChildVoice center in Lukodi. They made our trip as easy and enjoyable as possible. I have been back home for three days, and I already miss Uganda.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
traveling abroad to Uganda
Ways to make it better...
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
recommend that more volunteers travel to Uganda with ChildVoice. It would be amazing to see the organization grow to the point where they could open up a few additional centers throughout Uganda.
Volunteer & Cited wells and tested nearby water sources for contamination.