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Learn About Different Types Of Volunteer Programs

Learn About Different Types Of Volunteer Programs

Volunteer work is the act of giving your time and energy to work in a project without any selfish motive. Most of the international volunteer programs can be described as flexible. The flexibility stems from selecting the numbers of hours that you are planning to work in a day or a week. Most of these programs donot demand any academic qualifications. Anyhow, you need to travel a lot and you need to put significant research while choosing a program. It is good to select a program through which you can emphasize on your skills, abilities and strengths.

Teaching programs
They are one of the most popular volunteer programs available. As a volunteer, you can work in public schools, private schools, community schools and orphanages. Some volunteer abroad programs allow you to partner with local teachers to offer proper education to children. If you really like kids, it is a good option.

Health or medical programs
When you select these types of summer volunteer programs, you will be allowed to work in hospitals and public health offices. These programs target the poor and those people who do not have access to medical facilities. Major duties areproviding medical assistance, filling in charts and forms, diagnosing diseases, handing over prescriptions and other similar tasks. People with a medical background are the best candidates for these programs. Health professionals likedoctors, medical students and nurses can choose these types of programs.

HIV or AIDS programs
As a volunteer, you have to educate the members of society. Creating awareness about the disease is the major aim of these programs. You have to support the infected by providing food and medical supplies and counseling must be given to them. Other duties include intensifying advocacy; demystifying HIV or AIDS by giving proper encouragement and teaching how to cope with stigma and discrimination of the society. If you are a compassionate individual, this is a good program and understanding the feelings of those who are infected is the key. There is no need for any academic qualifications to work in this program.

Orphanage programs
You can work with children's orphanages as a volunteer. Many volunteers say that it is fun and engaging. If you are fond of kids and want to change their lives, you can choose this program. The kids are really active and they love the attention and care they receive from the volunteers. The volunteer work comprises of activities like working as a teaching assistant, spending time with kids; working as a social worker, helping kids in cooking and cleaning activities and also helping in organizing sports activities for kids. This program does not demand great professional skills and many people can enjoy orphanage programs in the best possible manner.

You can also come across programs like individual volunteer missionary work, tribal programs, sex worker awareness programs and many more. Volunteer work involves empowerment and education and they are an excellent opportunity to give something back to the society. Many people make use of these opportunities to make their lives more rewarding and meaningful.

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Summary - Journey 2016 by Chris (FB)

Summary - Journey 2016 by Chris (FB)

12 days traveling are over now. Every day I was flying to another airport... made in total 51 flight hours, which is less than in the last two years, because the weather in the first week was very difficult. Sometimes I could only fly two hours and was glad, that I could move at all. 3900 km (OLC) and 2300km distance between the airports were flown. Here is the route:

Riesa-Canitz > Leszno > Kamenz > Jelenia Gora > Opole > Grossenhain > Eisenhuettenstadt > Olsztyn > Grudziadz > Ostrow > Rothenburg > Zwickau > Riesa-Canitz

Here are the flight tracks, had to turn around 130km before Lithuania, skipped Slovakia because of engine starter problems.

This year I wanted to find out, whether it is necessary to take a tent and how often it is possible to get a place in a hangar.

Tent is not necessary

I slept in the tent only in Leszno, because there was a competition and a dog show over the weekend. I could have gotten a room in a hotel down the road. In the area where I traveled (Poland and eastern Germany) a tent is NOT necessary. Required for sleeping in some aero-club accommodations are a sleeping bag and a bed sheet (better the air-bed I use, which is basically both, see menu "Equipment"). These need no space, because one can sit on both and leave the original sitting pads at home.

Hangar
In 10 of 12 days a place in a hangar was available. Especially in the first week with thunder storms I needed a place in a hangar. This was no problem, only in Lezsno (due to dog show) and Kamenz there was no place available. In case of thunderstorm on that day I would have had to fly somewhere else or take the glider separated into the workshop for save storage. If necessary one can clarify before start, if there is space in a hangar available. The TravelByGlider data-base includes this information including contact telephone numbers.
For Opole I called in advance to make sure I can get a space. After landing I found, that they have space for 30 gliders!!!

Strategie
It seems like the strategy of always flying towards the good weather for the next days works well. This year it was possible to fly every day, even if in all over Germany and France flying was not possible sometimes due to large bad weather areas. Sometimes it is necessary to change plans sponatainously, like in Leszno or Kamenz, where I changed the planed flying direction by 180° one hour before the start, because weather changed so rapidly. The overall statistics for 3 years traveling is now: In 34 of 36 days flying to another airport was possible, while flying more than 4 hours in average every day!

Aero-Tow / Self launch
This year I used a self launching glider (DG-808B) for the first time. In the last two years I used a Jantar Std.1 with Turbo (no trailer). At every airport towing was available. In Ostrow (Pl) I had to switch to aerotow, because the starter did not work. That was the reason why I skipped flying to Slovakia and flew back closer to my home airport. Later I found that the engine could be started in the air, thought this would not be possible, because there is no decompression handle, like in the Turbos... but it works well.

DG-808
The DG seems to be perfect for traveling.
- There is PLENTY of space.
- The refueling system is great, the internal pump counts the amount refueled and stops by itself when the tank is full.
- The steerable tail wheel makes taxiing alone also in narrow circles very easy.
- High performance, gliding ratio of about 50 was very helpful when cloud base droped to 700m in giant mountains (Riesengebirge).
- strong engine, it rolls about 150m on grass and lifts climbing 4.5m/s... even short airports like Jenlenia Gora with 620m were no problem at all...
- Oel-mixing ratio of 1:50 demands less oil to be carried as luggage

People

Every day I met new people. They were very friendly and helpful. One time a pilot who did not speak English or German brought me delicious breakfast in the morning. I would like to thank all of them again. I really enjoyed the evenings we spent together. I am looking very much forward to next year, when its time again to "TravelByGlider" :-)

 

Day 12 - Flight home

Day 12 - Flight home

Summary including map will follow tomorrow!!! Here is the blog for today. 

Forecast for the last day was clouds developing into thunderstorms, hence I tried not to fly too far away yesterday.... Overcast in the morning, clouds on ErzIronMountains (Link to flight)

 

The last day made flying easy...  many nice parts 

Could be a heart?

Flying around rain towards home... Trying to hurry home, because clouds get bigger

Home sweet home: Riesa-Canitz (between Leipzig and Dresden)

Jan, Heiko, Vincent and Tom... during rigging we can hear thunder again and again

Day 11 - Rothenburg (Ger) to Zwickau (Ger)

Day 11 - Rothenburg (Ger) to Zwickau (Ger)

... no time to visit the historical fighters museum in Rothenburg (Link to flight) ... Thermals started very early, this is the view at 10:13!!! ... Missed the chance to try the 3000m rope winch, our DG has no winch hook. The starter of the engine still does not work. Heinz towed me up with C42 ultralight plane. In the air I tried to start the engine with the propeller effect, found out that this should work during last evening (Thought would not work, because there is no decompression handle, like in the Turbos) ...  worked well. Here is the view on "Elbsandsteingebirge" ... I am wondering what the house prices are close to that hole... (It suddendly was generated in the past... The earth just slided down into the ground) After arriving on the main ridge of the Erzgebirge/ErzIronMountain, flying started to become big fun... 3-4 m/s... First time that I could really try the DG808 in fast cruse flight... Without water. Even this guy was fast.

On top of the Fichtelberg, view towards Oberwiesenthal... Here we go snowboaring for a long weekend every year in winter... Enjoyed the cloud streets up to Bayreuth. Had to decide where to sleep tonight. Jena or Zwickau offer towing. Since I have not been in Zwickau I decided to land there.... There is also a better chance of early cumulus clouds due to the hills 20km away. Zwickau, directly next to the city Parking position for tonight. A place in the hangar would have  been available, but the weather is calm and dry

Got a room at the airport (with Wifi), restaurant is close by... Good night Pils from the gas station... What can a traveller ask more for after flying 500 km :-)

Day 10 - Ostrow (Pl) to Rothenburg (Ger)

Day 10 - Ostrow (Pl) to Rothenburg (Ger)

Finally the forecast looks good. Huge area with good thermals and high cloud base. So I contacted my friends in Bielsko Biala if they would have time to meet there. The answer was yes. Since this would only be 230km, I planed a roundevieu with the high tratra before landing there... Up to now there was no chance on this trip to fly in the mountains. I picked a 2000m hill in the tatra as target point and made the glider ready. Here waiting for the clouds to reach the airport (Link to flight) Grrrrrr.... Engine did not start... So an alternative plan was needed. Since I did not want to risk an outlanding many hundreds kilometer away from home I decided to fly closer to my home airfield. Towing was available by Yak12. Weather was good ... no need to miss the engine The plan was to go to Rothenburg. Rothenburg has much to offer. E.g. a winch with 3000m cable giving heights of 1200m, a restaurant at the airport and a museum for old fighters... And very good thermals of course... Since I was worried that nobody would be there in the late evening, I contacted Rothenburg earlier and said that I intend to land at 6pm.... Later I got to know that this is really the time controller Uwe finishs his work. He took really good care of me, took me to the hangar, arranged a room, towing for the next day and breakfast for the moring. This week here is also the pulsatube radio controlled aircraft flying group from switzerland... These are the fastest models I heared. But today they flew "normal" jets, like this one, L39... In Rothenburg you can also see the real one

Day 9 - Grudziadz (Pl) to Ostrow (Pl)

Day 9 - Grudziadz (Pl) to Ostrow (Pl)

 Blue thermals with 1300m base with lots of wind from the north and later some clouds in the south were predicted. So I decided to not start too early for the 230km towards Ostrow in the south. Flew along the small forests and tried to stay high... Worked well. Here a dam in Wisla river (German: Weichsel) After 180km the first coulds were reached... Topmeteo was right in predicting the clouds and the blue areas today Ostrow airport As usual there was a place in hangar and a room available. In Ostrow there was the European Championship in gliding 2013. Skydivers are also very active here

The forecast for tmr looks good :-)

Day 8 - Olsztyn (Pl) to Grudziadz (Pl)

Day 8 - Olsztyn (Pl) to Grudziadz (Pl)

Surprise in the morning: Brunek, who neither speeks English nor German brought me breakfast...

(Link to flight) It looked like today I could make use of my Lithuanian map, so I prepared waypoints and airspace also for my backup cellphone. This map shows the small passage between Belorussia and Russia towards Lithuania. I orginized my transit through the TRA airspace. View before start View during start After 60km it was getting blue, I am not sure if it was due to the seabrease (25km/h) or because of the different airmass coming in. I decided to cancel Lithuania and concentrate on going to southern Poland to visit friends and afterwards goimg to Slowakia if possible. Therefore the new destination for the day was Grudziadz (100km west of Olsztyn), which is also registered at travelbyglider. Here is a picture towards Olsztyn on my way back... Clouds are gone Still enough clouds towards Grudziadz At the airport there is an agricultural festival this weekend After landing the president of the club invited me for a beer and showed me the airport. It was founded by the Germans, used as a pilots training center in WWII and later it was polish gliding centrum. Therefore a hotel was built. Due to the seabrease (coast is 100km away) the Mucha gliders sometimes could not make it back to the airport. Then the center was moved to Leszno. Here is the hotel, which is being renovated. The price of 9euro per night is very fair. The offer is used by many club members, who come also from far distance. After getting my room, I enyoy the rockband. The evening ended nicely on the hotel porch having a beer together.... 

Day 7 - Eisenhuettenstadt (Ger) to Olsztyn (Pl)

Day 7 - Eisenhuettenstadt (Ger) to Olsztyn (Pl)

Finally the forcast for the day was good, plan was to fly towards Lithuania. Olsztyn is about 400km east of German-Polish boarder, seemed to be reachable. 25km/h headwind was the only downside... But manageable. Link to flight.

In the morning my grandparents came by, they live close to Eisenhuettenstadt Prior flight I had to take a picture of the most famous Pirat and its pilot Hans Juergen Krause. Every star marks a 500km flight. He also made 600km!!! 

Cloud streets Lots of forrests and lakes... Poland is beautiful Crossing the warta south of Pila

Olsztyn is located directly at a lake and the city. Furthermore there is a wakeboard lake-lift very close by. Staying here a few days on the ground would be bearable. I could have made a larger distance, after landing there are still nice clouds. Cloudbase increased during the flight from 1300m to 2300m. Today 2 ASG29 from here tried 1000km. One made 990 and the other one 999.1km.

Day 6 - Grossenhain (Ger) to Eisenhuettenstadt

Day 6 - Grossenhain (Ger) to Eisenhuettenstadt

... woke up due to the rain... Thought that it might have been a mistake to fly 100km more west than planed yesterday. Anyway, Jan picked me up in Dresden and we drove to Grossenhain. The rain stopped and I got the chance to fly wirh the VL3 evolution UL :-) Martin took me for a trip arround the airport so we could check out the weather.

...retractable gear, easy to use and efficient prop system, high speed due to aerodynamic efficiency and low noise... Its worth testing it ;-)  ... Anyone who is intrested can ask Jan for a demonstration flight, a rating or a sales offer, here is the contact to born-2-fly  Drying cloths. Looking for an airport with a hangar space Eisenhuettenstadt seemed to be a good choice. They have a flying camp, good waether, towing and hangar space available.

Weak conditions in the beginning, good at the end...

Reaching Eisenhuettenstadt was no problem

Landed too early, because I did not want to repeat yesterdays mistake of flying too far away after reaching the destination. Clever pneumatic glider lifting device JS1 engine... from MD

The evening ended at a camp fire after having dinner at a greek restaurant together with the very friendly Eisenhuettenstadt gliding club pilots.

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