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Piece of Your Heart

One awesome Madventurer Jason, made this incredible GoPro video of his recent service learning adventure in Naboutini Fiji, where he says he left a piece of his heart.

Posted by Emily Posted by Emily on 5th Feb 2015 in volunteer reviews

Meet James

An energetic volunteer from Newcastle University, James spent his summer teaching maths in Ghana, playing football on the sand, building the school, and making unforgettable memories.

Posted by Emily Posted by Emily on 6th Jan 2015 in volunteer reviews

If I Hadn't Gone Mad....

If I had never gone Mad, there are a lot of experiences I never would have had.

Posted by Emily Posted by Emily on 29th Dec 2014 in project news, volunteer reviews

Lots of Reasons to GO MAD in Ghana

Our Ghanaian and International Volunteers have come together to produce this fantastic short video showing why Ghana is the place to be in 2015. Amazing beaches, amazing people, amazing projects ... but don't just take our word for it ...

Posted by John Lawler Posted by John Lawler on 16th Dec 2014 in university and student teams, project news, volunteer reviews

One of our younger madventurers Eleanor Hayles reviews her MAD School Project in Tanzania

Acle Academy from near Norwich in the UK recently visited Tanzania where they took part in classes, help build a kitchen and topped it all off with a trip into Tarangire National Park and the Ngorongoro Crater. Find out what happened....

Posted by John Lawler Posted by John Lawler on 2nd Dec 2014 in volunteer reviews

Fresno Students reflect on their recent Fiji Project

Watch and listen to students who recently engaged on a group project in Fiji which also allowed them to gain academic credit for 'service learning' from their US University...

Posted by John Lawler Posted by John Lawler on 25th Nov 2014 in volunteer reviews

Volunteer Stephen in Ghana talks about life in Ghana, Ebola and travelling in West Africa

One of our passionate volunteers Stephen who is spending 3 months volunteering in Ada at one of our Ghana projects has produced a spirited short video on 5 Reasons you should still be travelling to West Africa

Posted by John Lawler Posted by John Lawler on 18th Nov 2014 in volunteer reviews

Serve to Learn, Learn to Serve

We believe that one of the best ways to learn about the world is to serve it, and the best way to serve it is to be open to learning about new cultures, new beliefs, and new stories.

Posted by Emily Posted by Emily on 3rd Nov 2014 in university and student teams, volunteer reviews

What is it like to volunteer in Fiji?

Read about past volunteers experience Madventuring in Fiji!

Posted by Jessica Tiffin Posted by Jessica Tiffin on 30th Apr 2013 in volunteer reviews, sports teams, university and student teams

A rewarding experience on a Polynesian island

Escape to paradise in Fiji - lap up the sparkling sun and sea, bathe in the shade of swaying palm trees, and become part of a real Polynesian village by helping to finish the building of their community hall this summer! :)

Posted by Jessica Tiffin Posted by Jessica Tiffin on 16th Apr 2013 in volunteer reviews

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