Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Volunteer abroad in Cuba? Yes, you can

Americans are aware of the restrictions against travel to Cuba, but did you know that you can get permission to go there for a number of different activities? These include humanitarian work, journalism, conducting research, teaching, disseminating information, performing publicly, and participating in athletic or religious activities.Volunteer Cuba.

Volunteers are most likely to obtain permission for Cuba travel by working with an established Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) and volunteering as a teacher or on a humanitarian project. (It is quite easy for teaching professionals and college students to get a travel license.) To obtain permission, the traveler must show that the project will benefit the Cuban people.

Más en Cuba Verdad.

No creo que a mi me dejen ir... así que mejor enfoco mi "voluntarismo" por otras tierras. O mejor lo dejo en este blog.

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