After a delayed commencement day of one day (due to personal circumstances), I commenced work on the 26/5/14.
My main trepidation in going to KD was my lack of language skills, even though a former volunteer, Fran, did her best to teach me. At the end of the day, I knew some very basic words e.g. greetings and numbers. Continue reading Ondria
My Experience at Klibur Domin
I consider myself blessed to have had the amazing opportunity to spend the year of 2013 volunteering at Klibur Domin in Timor-Leste. I had some incredible experiences, made many new friends, and was inspired by Klibur Domin’s work to improve healthcare for rural communities. Continue reading Siobhan
As a final year medical student from the University of Melbourne I was fortunate to travel back to Klibur Domin over November and December 2012. Much had changed over five years from my previous short trip as a physiotherapist in 2007/2008. The services had grown including the important Multi Drug Resistant TB program and many improved facilities for patients and staff. An important constant was the staff at Klibur Domin who greeted me again with welcoming smiles. Continue reading Paul
Volunteering at Klibur Domin (2009)
My wife Sheridan and I were delighted to have the opportunity to go to Klibur Domin in East Timor during July-August 2009.
Sheridan was a trained nurse and I am a professional engineer. We thought that together we could assist with a wide variety of basic needs and also enjoy working and relating with the beautiful people there. Continue reading Will & Sheridan
Recently I was lucky enough to receive the opportunity to volunteer at Klibur Domin. Though my time there was short, I thoroughly enjoyed the experience and would encourage any prospective volunteers to give it a go. The staff at Klibur Domin were very friendly and hospitable. They love having volunteers and I immediately felt like a welcome member of the team. Continue reading Nipun