Recently we had the privilege of spending two weeks as volunteers at Klibur Domin. We were warmly welcomed into this eclectic community and were impressed by the wide range of programs operating out of KD.
We were happy to fit in where needed while we were there.
Stuart joined Barry (volunteer) in general maintenance around the place and in continuing to work on the kitchen garden established by Barry. They also spent time sorting and repairing equipment stored in a container on the compound. We had taken some medical supplies over with us and Stuart, a nurse, spent time with the clinic nurse going through the supplies and discussing how they could be used. Stuart also had the opportunity to spend a day with the immunisation team which was a highlight for him professionally.
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Anyone who can possibly make the effort to spend time in Timor Leste should jump at the opportunity. I enjoyed every day of my two months’ stay at Klibur Domin. As I have been retired for a few years I was worried that the long day from 8 am until 5 pm in the heat might prove too much for me. It turned out to be like a holiday on a tropical island away from the Ballarat winter. The warm weather and cool nights suited me though if I had to work in the sun it would have been a different story. Continue reading Fran
Motivation was not hard to find at Klibur Domin
Ryder-Cheshire Australia values the work of our all overseas volunteers and we look forward to receiving their reports at the end of their assignments. With his permission, we would like to share some reflections from a recent report by Timothy Burns. Continue reading Tim
Arriving at Dili Airport I was met by the Director, Sr Joaquim Freitas Soares and volunteer, Siobhan, whose brother, Liam happened to be on the same flight.
We gathered ourselves and then headed to Tibar. The weather was hot and sunny and most welcome after the cold climate of Ballarat, Victoria. Continue reading DIANNE