Students Without Borders is a WUSC and CECI program that enables Canadian university and college students to participate in exciting, volunteer learning opportunities in South America, Africa, and Asia.

Author Archive: Julia Bidonde

October Activities with CAB

Work continues to be exciting, challenging and fun as you can see by the pictures. We’re in the middle of October and have done a lot of work in regards to Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Every Friday we have been a Gaborone Sun (a hotel), every Saturday at Riverwalk (a Mall), last Sunday we organized…

Dumelang, bo ma – Dumelang, bo rra (hola chicos y chicas/sres y sras. – hello ladies and gentlemans)

Beautiful country, warm people and big smiles… that is how Botswana welcomes you. In my third week in the country I could say I feel like at home. I started working at the Cancer Association (CAB) Sept 2. Then we had a week orientation and now I am back to work at CAB. I get…

Going to Botswana!

I am 50% Argentinean and 50% Canadian; truth to be told I was born in Argentina but I’ve been in living in Canada for the past 11 years. I came to Canada with a Rotary International Scholarship for professional development, and after completing my MSc I am now enrolled in the PhD program at the…