Why did you choose this workcamp?
Interested in public welfare activities
Is this your first workcamp?
Did you have any problems with the application process?
Are the information sheet and guidebook helpful? Are the aims of the project and direction to the
workcamp clearly described for you to understand? If not, what suggestion(s) do you have?
Yes, they are very helpful to me.
What are your hopes and expectation at the beginning of the workcamp?
I hope I can meet some friends and do some things for the nature.
Were the orientation, briefing, or evaluation sessions helpful?
They are very helpful to me.
What was the best part(s) of the workcamp?
Were your expectations met? If yes, how? If no, why?
Yes, Because I meet some good friends and do some things for the nature during the workcamp.
What improvement can be made for this workcamp?
Do more publicity of the work when before the workcamp. We don't know what should we do at first.
Do you have any suggestions for future volunteers?
Was there any conflict/problems (ex. cultural differences) during the workcamp? If so, how was it resolved?
Yes, but that's the interesting point in fact. So, we always try to understand others.
Each project is meant to have an aim and for the volunteers to learn/reflect upon. Was the aim clear in your work? What did you learn?
Treat nature, become the friends of nature rather than opposed to it, This is what I learned.
Any additional comments?
Thank you Dream Walker!