Leanne McNulty, our Volunteer Abroad expert, writes about volunteer opportunities in South East Asia. In this article, she writes about her experiences volunteering in Thailand.
I signed up for the WWOOF (World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms) program the day after I touched down in New Zealand, knowing the premise, but little else. Individuals and families open their homes to complete strangers, feeding and housing them in exchange for help around their property.
Many believe that we should all be global citizens of the world. But wait, what’s that I hear you say, you aren’t sure what a global citizenship is? Allow me to educate you before we continue further. Here I shall explain to you in an easy, understandable way what it is that makes a citizen a global citizen of the world.