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    Katie Camilleri, 20 years Old, Melbourne

    The main thing I feel I will take away from this trip is great friends, appreciation for my life back home, understanding for effecting aid and giving, mostly, a huge love and respect for Nepal and it’s beautiful people. I have learned that throwing money at problems doesn’t fix them and there’s no such thing as quick fix. I have gained amazing friends and experiences. I have become made aware of the hardship for women in Nepal. This trip is unforgettable learning experience

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    Sophie Weldon, 22 Years Old, Australia

    The main thing I feel I will take away from this trip is an authentic cultural experience, understanding of the challenges inherent in developing countries, hope for the futures by seeing all the awesome work being done on the ground. I have learned that what effective development is compared to welfare/aid, the factor that keep countries impoverished and the capacity of communities to demonstrate resilience/kindness despite their circumstances. I have gained new energy, inspiration, insight and lifelong friends. I have become made aware of the problems in Nepal but also the unforgettable people that give me hope for the countries future. This trip is life changing and transformative.

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    Millie Ringrose, Australia

    The  main thing I feel I will take away from this trip is new confidence, new appreciation for culture, personally what it means to challenge perceptions and what being resilient really looks like. I have learned that I couldn’t fit everything in this space, I can’t begin to describe every experience has taught me something new. I’ve learned so much about Nepal and myself. I really think what I have gained is that the theme of this tour is for me, it has been about challenging my perception of myself and other people’s perception of me as well as my perception of culture. I have become made aware of how different everyone in the world is, how significant culture is, how much people are able to do with their lives and how much difference one person can make.This trip is an unforgettable experience.

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    Aerin Hines, Melbourne

    The main thing I feel I will take away from this trip is a new outlook on society and lifestyle and consumerism. I have learned a lot about developing countries and the far reaching effect of poverty, also, importance of love. I have gained in the absence of material possessions, friends and a life changing experience. I have become made aware of the conditions of people living in Nepal, another culture and the beauty of Nepal people. This trip is life changing, enriching and confronting.

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    Suzanne Dowd, Melbourne

    The main thing I feel I will take away from this trip is the experiences of a lifetime, friendship, as you share so much with each other. I have learned about the Nepalese culture, in all the pain and pleasure. Life is about experiences and we certainly were given that opportunity to see, hear, feel, taste and smell all. I have gained understanding about the culture and the circle of life in different countries, also, the difference between empowerment and welfare. I have become made aware of my emotions and feeling them all. My pleasure and pain is very different from them. Compared to Nepal we have nothing to complain about. This trip is profoundly authentically real.

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    Meike Suggars, Melbourne

    I have learned that the best way to support those less fortunate than me. I have gained new priorities. I have become made aware of how hard being a woman can really be. This trip is life changing experience.

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    Leonie Bourke, Australia

    The main thing I feel I will take away from this trip is admiration for people’s resilience to transform themselves and the lives of others. I have learned that one person can make a difference in the world. I have gained, I have become made aware of how difficult life is for many women and children living in Nepal. This trip is inspiring, thought enriching and beneficial.

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    Alisha Yonzon, 20 Years Old, Melbourne

    The main thing I feel I will take away from this trip is to appreciate different cultures and the things through rose-colored glasses. I have learned that the Nepalese people are so welcoming and gracious even though they may not have many things; they cherish and embrace life. I have gained cultural knowledge and seeing different side and Nepal. I have become made aware of to be less naive. This trip is everyone must go but in all seriousness; it’s amazing, stupendous and beautiful.

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    Adam Wright, 25 Years Old, Australia

    The main thing I feel I will take away from this trip is new friends and new perspective. I have learned a lot, welfare versus empowerment, work of charities, Nepal culture/government, etc. I have gained new perspective in life, third world countries. I have become aware of that Nepal is like no other country in the world. This trip challenges your perspective.

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    Abby Griffin, Geelong

    The main thing I feel I will take away from this trip is an appreciation of Nepalese culture, an understanding of fair trade and community development work. I have learned that life circumstances does not predict nor dictate success or happiness. I have gained a perspective that is challenged in a positive way, a greater education and some incredible memories and friends. I have become made aware of the true view and cultural lack of respect for women in Nepal. This trip is an amazing once in a life time opportunity.

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