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Shots of Resort in Puerto Plata , and a interview with Stephany Geddings volunteer of the Peace Corp . I came here in September of 2006 and I work for Integracion Juvenil I specialize on youth and family's , this is a non profit organization and we serve volunteer and we create programs to re-educate the kids... click for more    (ID • 1639)

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stephany geddings volunteer kids explore peace corp puerto plata dominican republic kelowna canada cameraman www.realworldtelevision.com photographer gary moore www.garymoorephotography.com okanagan videographer stock video archive video production www.realworldphotographs.com www.realworldimage.com photojournalism
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stephany geddings volunteer kids explore peace corp puerto plata dominican republic kelowna canada cameraman www.realworldtelevision.com photographer gary moore www.garymoorephotography.com okanagan videographer stock video archive video production www.realworldphotographs.com www.realworldimage.com photojournalism
Shots of Resort in Puerto Plata , and a interview with Stephany Geddings volunteer of the Peace Corp . I came here in September of 2006 and I work for Integracion Juvenil I specialize on youth and family's , this is a non profit organization and we serve volunteer and we create programs to re-educate the kids, with fun classes trying to keep the kids having to go to work and clean shoes, or work in the streets. The situation of the Dominican Republic on my own experience there’s a large group of people without a lot, and there’s a lot of other people they do have enough, in this group who has a great sense of community and pride , there always music and happiness no matter what, but because of the poverty they send it to streets, a lot of single mothers, lot of pressure on the little boys, they become of the man of the family, the girls they do hair and nails, and stuff like that. There’s not enough schools in here and they’re divided on 2 sessions, the morning session and the afternoon session its either ,school days is 3 or 4 hours a day and it cancels if it rains. At least one holiday a month. So its very difficult to kids with special need, they font have time to do the one on one , and teach them to rear or write. And so, also they can have a hold back to the 3rd grade if they don’t know how to read and write they get stuck in the 3rd grade so, threes over crowded 3 grades and kids just start to give up, and they end up working on the streets. Slow they have another program that can help to this issues So “Integracion juvenile” is connected to world emergency relief which is being supporting the program and are some experiences ad start working with Kids Explore The kids , well I have 5 kids with me today and one of them he has never left Puerto Plata before so the feeling of being in a different city, experiences kind of a fear and see the kids faces and , and entering on a hotel gives them a lot of anxiety, cause American kids of a very young age start traveling around the cities and this is were go and do things, and have a little bit more sophisticated questions; Its really interesting the things that this kids come up with . And of course they love water and being in the pool. Getting the kind of test of their limits are , well they’re a little scared if it’s to deep, and helps them to their self-esteem The solutions that could help this country I think Educations it’s the key, even tough my education is not grand, its still public speaking , going school everyday no matter what, here and there, working g with the teachers, working with the people , teaches you a lot and I think if the kids spend more time in the classroom , and people should help more the parents so they can help the kids after . I guess the frustrations culturally different , is because the American we communicate different, so cultural its so directly , we say everything when its going wrong, and Dominicans are so different they r so lay back and I think for my it has been the most difficult thing to learn that style and work in between. Peace court has 46 years serving in this country. Starting with JFK when the dictator was finishing and he was assassinated, so a lot of changes has been since then in Dominican republic , so it’s a pretty strong program strong, the transportation its fairly easy to use, cell phones, and we collaborate in projects, from all over the place, How can people can help to Dominicans? I think he best way to do it its coming , this way people can see the need s of the Dominicans, and provide the right help, Americans can appreciate , opportunities that they have.
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