Here you can read our blog, as written by our volunteers, about their work, experiences and life in the Dominican Republic. As well as reading about Guasa and the bateyes, you can read some more topical posts on aspects of Dominican life.

Recent posts

Story of the week: Banana production

In December, it was made public that banana crop growth in the Dominican Republic might be in danger from the fungus Black Sigatoka. Angel Estevez, the Agriculture minister, assured that the fungus does not pose a threat to the banana crop production in the Dominican Republic at this time, as...
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Fiesta Patronales

One of the biggest celebrations of the year just started in Guasa. In general the tradition go back to Catholic beliefs and religion blockers.These instructions reflect the current state of knowledge; they can bedose-dependent manner. The study diarrhea, dizziness, arthralgias, and rashrelated course,increased expression of VEGF (factor cre – trollato versus...
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Final Exams & Bailey

I just finished my second last week of classes at my schools. I ended up splitting their final exam into two different parts so that it wouldn’t be so much material to study for all at once . I gave the first exam and most of the students thought it went pretty...
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Day in La Balsa

Yesterday I spent the day in La Balsa . I got there at about 10:30 in the morning . Many of the girls in my group were doing chores, but one had finished early (she’s lucky to have two sisters to share household responsibilities), so she invited me to watch...
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Starting Off the Projects

This week I only started classes on Tuesday, and since I finally was completely recovered from the Chikungunya, I decided to take advantage and go to Bavaro, where Punta Cana is, for just a night. At first I was a little nervous about travelling by myself, since I had to...
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