Anne
The school we worked with in India is run by a group of sisters, and serves around 1500 girls. Some 600 live too far away to make the journey into...
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Fi

In 2008 I embarked on the project of a lifetime – a 5 week project in RTU, India building houses for the local community. I signed up after a talk...
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Lucy
I feel blessed to be a part of the Lasallian community. I first went on a project to Kenya in 2001 and I can honestly say it changed and shaped...
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Kayleigh
Lasallian projects have had a huge impact on my life. I've been on five of them; Kenya 2005, India RTU 2006 Uganda Mugalike 2007, Uganda Kitoba 2008 and India Kamalapuram...
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Andy
I spent five amazing summers while I was at university travelling with Lasallian Projects, spending five weeks in some of the most amazing communities and seeing parts of the world...
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Gabriel
This summer I decided to spend five weeks volunteering in Ghana with Lasallian Developing World Projects. The thought of venturing off to West Africa with eleven other students I didn’t...
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Caitlin
Over the summers of 2017 and 2018 I was a volunteer for two Lasallian Projects, first to Biso in Uganda and then to Nyeri in Kenya. Both projects were equally...
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Clare
The Lasallian projects provide a fantastic opportunity for young people to visit beautiful parts of the world and to immerse themselves in different and wonderful cultures through living and working...
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Adam
"I was lucky enough to go on five projects from 2004-2008: to Ghana (twice), Uganda, Kenya, and India. Each project presented its own unique challenges and opportunities, but one thing...
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Noah
"I was lucky enough to go on five projects from 2004-2008: to Ghana (twice), Uganda, Kenya, and India. Each project presented its own unique challenges and opportunities, but one thing...
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