A photographer traveling South America on his motorcycle, Pablo has gifted EEE with some incredible photos that really reveal the essence of what we're doing here. He spent a month and a half here as a volunteer before deciding to hit the road again. We held a photo exposition for both parents and children on the beach the day before his departure.
Meet Andrea: Chile
Aptly nicknamed "Pachamama" (roughly translates to Mother Earth), Andrea has been an incredible addition to our team here. Her warmth and enthusiasm permeates each lesson she teaches. The kids really adore her, and she is absolutely smitten with all of them (around 25 ninos!). She's also been a huge help with our organic garden (even singing to the plants, haha, how cute!). She'll be spending the next few months here.
Meet Julia: U.S.
A future veterinarian (and might I add, quite promising), Julia arrived here from Pennsylvania about a month ago. She's done a wonderful job with our horses, and the kids. She's a huge part of our equine therapy, and has really helped with the overall organization of our program. Her love for horses is obvious, and her sense of humor is more than appreciated.
Meet Brigitte: Switzerland
Brigitte hails from Switzerland, and has been a tremendous help with all aspects of the program. Her forte seems to be redirecting attention, and really, just all around silly gimmicks. She's goofy and energetic, and needless to say, quite popular with the kids.
Meet Sara: U.S. (soon):
Sara arrives today.
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