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: Larissa Duma

Reflections on Botswana..

‘Go Siame!’ Filled my last day of work with the Bostwana Predator Conservation Trust, as I took a good part of the day saying goodbye and cleaning up my workspace. The final day began with a lovely assembly at the school where I was volunteering, whereby I was called upon and given a gift as…

Dumelang!!

Dumelang!! I have been in Botswana for just over a month now and things have been great! I was in Gaborone for two weeks (instead of one due to flight delays in London with some of the rest of the short term WUSC volunteers) and then headed up to Maun where I am currently in…

Botswana placement

Hello, My name is Larissa Duma and I am currently finishing the last semester of my degree while studying at Bamfield Marine Sciences Centre on north Vancouver Island, British Columbia. I am majoring in Environmental Sciences with a focus in biology and have minors in Dialogue and Environmental Education as well as a Co-op Degree…