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.

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International Women’s Day 2008

Dumelang! Greetings from Gaborone, Botswana.   We are very busy here at the SADC Gender Unit as International Women’s Day is this Friday, March 7th. As you may be aware, International Women’s Day is observed annually on the 8th March, connecting women from all around the world.  Women’s organizations and governments observe the occasion and…

Arrived!

Hello All,   Dumelang  I’ve arrived safely in Gaborone after a long trip from Vancouver. My checked luggage did not arrive with my flight from Johannesburg, but that it quite alright as I am just glad to be here. I’ve met the WUSC staff and they have been helpful and very welcoming. For all those…

Greetings from the capital! My name is Sarah Gillis and I am a third-year International Development and Globalization, French Immersion, COOP student at the University of Ottawa. I was born and raised on the rainy West Coast, in Richmond, British Columbia. This January, I will be traveling south to volunteer as a Program Assistant to…