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When learning is a two-way street

November 2, 2013

Ever since he was a kid, Anthony Jensen says, he’s been interested in learning how people live around the world. But until fairly recently, he never had many chances to go see for himself....

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ShawnaHartley

Nov-04-13 7:20 PM

Anthony, you are to be saluted. What a great way to truly understand the politics of the world - I'm sure you will continue to look back on it as one of the best years of your life. As a UofM graduate I got a great education but continue to travel and help where I can. Have just co-authored a book that is designed to help inspire others to be 'voluntourists' and prepare them with issues to consider as well as tips and contacts for good projects. And it raises funds for over 40 NGOs featured in it. UNSUNG HEROES CAMBODIA: People and Projects Making A Difference (large format coffee table book filled with stunning photos of Cambodia) and HOW TO HELP IN CAMBODIA: an eBook Guide for Volunteers, Donors and Travellers are available on Amazon and ****unsungheroes****.au

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