Written by Kellianne Doyle on 2017-08-08. Posted in Health
Voluntario Global works with a number of different projects, one of which is a health center located an hour and a half outside of Buenos Aires.
Written by Callie Walter on 2017-08-05. Posted in Travel Argentina
We’d been planning our trip for weeks, and finally all the details had fallen into place and our day of departure had arrived—we were going to Mendoza.
Written by Marin Cloix on 2017-08-04. Posted in Travel Argentina
Voici un petit guide explicatif sur Puerto Madryn. Comment y aller, quand y aller, quoi faire, où voir les baleines… Vous êtes prêts ? C’est parti !
Here is an article that explains all you need to know about Puerto Madryn. When to go, how to get there, what to do, how to see the whales… ready?…
Written by Riccardo Antonucci on 2017-08-01. Posted in Community Development
The event “Encuetro de Muralistas Freddy Filete Fernandes” was organized by a joint of La Boca’s organizations with a group of street artists. An initiative that aims to shape the…
Written by GyungHyun Je on 2017-07-31. Posted in Writing & Communications
When I was young, my family rented a house on a two year basis, and it was a ritual every two years to pack our livings into big yellow boxes.
Written by Callie Walter on 2017-07-31. Posted in Reviews from Past Volunteers
Callie volunteered with Voluntario Global in 2017. She was part of the communications team and visited all of our community projects in Buenos Aires. Learn about her experience!
Written by Marin Cloix on 2017-07-24. Posted in Community Development
My name is Janni, I’m originally from Ireland, but I’m doing my university in England. I’m studying international development, with a specialization in Latin America.
Written by Kellianne Doyle on 2017-07-24. Posted in Travel Argentina
Every Sunday there is a street market in the Buenos Aires neighborhood of San Telmo. It stretches the entirety of Defensa street and is filled with a variety of vendors:…
Written by GyungHyun Je on 2017-07-24. Posted in Environment
After a few minutes’ walk on streets of Argentina, it is not difficult to spot a white fluffy dog—or any kind one can think of—in a leash, happily hopping along…
Written by Kellianne Doyle on 2017-07-20. Posted in Reviews from Past Volunteers
Voluntario Global works with sixteen different projects and while I have only worked with two so far, I am beyond amazed at how wonderful they both are.
Written by Kellianne Doyle on 2017-07-18. Posted in Travel Argentina
Iguazu Falls is a National Park in the north of Argentina, on the Argentine and Brazilian border. It is about an 18 hour bus ride from Buenos Aires, which, for…
Written by Marin Cloix on 2017-07-18. Posted in Tips
Cela fait maintenant une semaine que je suis arrivé à Buenos Aires et autant vous dire que je ne regrette pas du tout ce choix!
Written by Riccardo Antonucci on 2017-07-19. Posted in Writing & Communications
Last week was the first one I spent working in the radio stations projects located in the Buenos Aires neighborhoods of La Boca and Villa Soldati.
Written by Marin Cloix on 2017-07-10. Posted in Tips
Argentina is known as the gastronomic capital of South America, and yes, Buenos Aires definitely deserves this reputation. Whether it’s salt or sweet, you will find your happiness at every…
Written by GyungHyun Je on 2017-07-11. Posted in Community Development
The new community center that Voluntario Global added to its Network of Organizations is located on the outskirts of the city of Buenos Aires. It opened in March 2017 and…
Written by GyungHyun Je on 2017-07-18. Posted in Environment
Every year, Pacheco offers a year-long course on gardening to a group of young adolescents living in the neighborhood; they learn how to plant and grow vegetables, how to better…
Written by Marin Cloix on 2017-06-28. Posted in Reviews from Past Volunteers
The Voluntario Global communication interviewed volunteer Freya, from Germany, who is volunteering as a psychology assistant for four months in the Health Center in La Boca.
Written by GyungHyun Je on 2017-06-27. Posted in Travel Argentina
The very first Argentinian food that I had after I arrived in Buenos Aires was an empanada, a hand-size pastry filled with steaming minced meat and chopped onions. Even tough…
Voluntario Global helps local communities by being available to discuss anything that local organizations need, and offering ideas for further change and development.
Location: General Pacheco, Tigre. Province of Buenos Aires. Argentina