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Project Blogs - Tenerife


Hello dear readers, friends and supporters. I hope you have all been having a great year of 2019! This is my final blog for my 4-month internship on the Whale & Dolphin Conservation project with FRONTIER as the Field Communications Officer...

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My name is Awena and I’m the project manager for Tenerife. I’ve now been here almost two months and have settled in really well, the house is such a welcoming and friendly place...

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My name is Katie and I have been on this project for 7 weeks already and have 3 more weeks to go - not long now!

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I’m the Project Manager at TRW, and one of my favourite things about Tenerife is the amount of stuff there is to do here!

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My time on the Whale and Dolphin Conservation Project in Tenerife has been absolutely amazing. During my four-week tenure, I have been exposed to so many new experiences, many of which have been truly eye-opening, and prompted a profound level of self-reflection on the ecological and ethical implications of my past actions, as well as how I want to act going forward...

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Although I haven’t been here long, I’m already starting to feel at home in the Frontier house...

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This week was a nice change of pace for my second last week on the project in respect to recent months, beginning with a small training group of just 3 new volunteers arriving.

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My time on the Whale and Dolphin Conservation Project in Tenerife has been absolutely amazing. During my four-week tenure I have been exposed to so many new experiences, many of which have been truly eye-opening, and prompted a profound level of self-reflection on the ecological and ethical implications of my past actions, as well as how I want to act going forward.

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We recently heard from our volunteer Selina, who is currently undergoing a placement with Frontier Tenerife. Here’s her amazing testimonial as she talks about her experience overseas, from the good times to the challenges.

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Unintended pregnancies, sexually transmitted diseases and kidnapping. These were the first issues that arose when I told my family that I wanted to go to Spain for six weeks, alone. A girl, barely 18, with no experience of solo travel. What could possibly go wrong?

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