VFV volunteers return

Spotlight on VFV Volunteers Isabelle and Philippe – why they came back for more!

This is not the first time that Isabelle and Philippe have volunteered with VFV to teach in rural schools. I wanted to find out what motivated them to volunteer, what volunteering with VFV is like and why they returned… Q: Philippe, when and why did you and Isabelle first volunteer with VFV? A: My wife

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5 ways to get children interested in computing

VFV Volunteer Philippe made a shock discovery at Mohon elementary school when he first arrived. He found a locked classroom containing brand new computers that had never been used! The computers had been donated when the school was renovated after hurricane Yolanda, and had been sitting there for almost a year. They were now covered

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‘Education is not preparation for life, education is life itself”- John Dewey Heading to Talolora Elementary School in Tanauan, I can see why many NGOs come to neglect this school- not by purpose, but because of its remote location. We pass stretching paddy fields, seeds laid out to dry in the blazing sun and rural

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