Volunteering in Rural Tanzania

A nice chat and a few questions with my sister Louise who speaks about her experience volunteering in rural Tanzania for a great cause, she has just recently returned after being away for 9 weeks.
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  1. It Was Me DIO says:

    Can you give any names of trusted organisations? since the reviews of the one's I was looking at said they weren't very involved.

  2. Louis Bowes says:

    Well done on the trip, Louise, inspiring stuff – I'm sure your positive energy will have a lasting effect on the people of the village long after your departure. And I have to say Becky you're improving all the time in terms of conducting yourself in front of the camera with more and more confidence. It's really evident. Graduated, voluntary exposure helps us grow a lot πŸ™‚

  3. Special Ed says:

    These people have survived hundred's of thousand's of year's without technology, the Crusader's have destroyed there land, and now there Culture, so very sad Colonialism Invasion's.

  4. Steve Zeppieri says:

    I love that you did this for sis. Very nice. Hope she feels better soon. Looking forward to more Becky!! Keep up the good work

  5. Drew Lucero says:

    Thanks for sharing your adventure. Awesome. πŸ“ΈπŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ“Έ

  6. john kelenfoldi says:

    well done ladies amazing video, no matter how much hardship these children suffer they are always looking happy.

  7. Cabin Life with Glenn & Maureen says:

    Thanks for the video, and good work Louise on your volunteering project. Glenn & Maureen.

  8. 3101010 says:

    Just thinking how hard our lives would be if we didn't have running water in our homes.
    Water is life.

  9. Paul Mann says:

    i Just have to say that you two are a credit to your parents and to this country.
    And to the idiots who thumb down this video get off your armchair and do something productive with your lives.
    Girls this is simply inspirational. keep up the great work. Atb Paul

  10. L M bushcraft says:

    great respect to you louise well done good to see the younger generation doing things like this

  11. ffstopP says:

    Kudos to each of you. Your social responsibility and decency are admirable.

  12. avelino villanueva says:

    Hello! Becky and Louise.thanks for sharing your knowledge and to poor people, very great, good job.

  13. 5 stroke wander scotland says:

    I'm glad your sister has done a lot of skill help other countries l wish l was there,.but I've a disability person l've skill lcan afford to help

  14. Casey1pj says:

    Becky, I just know that the whole family must have collaborated on that bullet points list. This whole video was so well put together that I thought I was watching the National Geographic channel. Louise, The ICS is an excellent project and I hope they take you guys seriously and decide to continue it. The gift of knowledge is such a beautiful thing and the knowledge of defense is of utmost importance when technology isn't there to cure the ailments. Learning how to keep from getting sick is paramount. Their lives are tough enough. They don't need to have unhygienic diseases and parasites adding misery and death to it. You are a true warier by going out there and helping these communities out. You are still fighting the battle at this very moment by posting this documentary on Becky's channel. Thousands of people have seen this video and who knows how many of them might join in and support the effort. It truly warmed my heart seeing this video Girls. All I can say is AWESOME! Thanks for posting this! πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘ πŸ‘ πŸ’– β—–(●。●)β——Β Β  (Β  :>)Β Β  πŸ’•

  15. The Joe Proffitt Channel says:

    Does lou, have any ideals or tips for hygenie, bathroom at camp sites like your families. Hope she gets better soon.

  16. rockytop wrangler says:

    Interesting Q&A,, Thank You Louise, you definitely had shown that one person CAN make a difference . The heart can reach to amazing lengths ,well done. It's truly a real awakening to think of and see villages, communities and countries without the most basic of needs,, and the millions of dollars and more our own countries and others waste that could do so much good. Certainly hope for you to have a speedy recovery,,and did you know your forest behind you is also showing you both love,,heart shaped treetops!! …..Stay Safe and God Bless….

  17. G84 CycloCamping says:

    Well done, things we take for granted makes a big difference to those people and to see that gives you some kind of achievement, Well done again

  18. Π’ΠΠ”Π˜Πœ vadim 33 says:

    hello…πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹ to you from RUSSIA 😘😘😘😘😁😁

  19. Tressa Zimmerman says:

    You touched on a very serious thing as far as third world countries like where you were. That running water or just plain clean water is very rare and causes a lot of health issues for all the communities so many young children are sick malnourished undernourished it's a shame and, I think more people should take themselves to a place like that to see just what these people go through. And you are so right about people in other countries like just say the United States or you know Nann third world countries and how spoiled a lot of different countries are especially in the US you know adults and children alike or spoiled and can't do without this gadget or that Gadget it's a shame. But I'm glad you were able to have such an experience and I know that you will keep it with you always. Thank you for sharing all of what you did over there I know they appreciated it very much. Great video. Take care you guys

  20. Buxtehude .d says:

    Children in Tanzania, primary school?
    It is a wonderful lesson. I registered a channel.
    from Tokyo

  21. Take It Outside says:

    What a blessing you sisters are. Thank you for sharing your experience with us. So many tend to take the basic things in life for granted. Such a wonderful thing to be able to share such insight. Prayerfully we will be more appreciative of what we have and take the time to do for those who are less fortunate. God bless you both and keep you well. Subscribed.

  22. frisky wildthing says:

    πŸ‘β€οΈπŸ‘β€οΈπŸ‘β€οΈπŸ‘β€οΈπŸ‘β€οΈπŸ‘β€οΈπŸ‘ Great job, Louise! Hope you get well soon. Don’t know if I could stomach living/working in those conditions.

  23. Nakoa Warrior says:

    A person of a normal mind set dose not endanger their life by going to a filthy environment and drinking filthy water,……… there is no beauty in it,…. it was a fools errand and you got parasites,……. it could have been AIDS or even worse,……..it could have been Ebola.
    Sounds like now you should try any where south of Mexico,……..if the kissing bug bites you,………..you turn into a parasite nest,.. its worse than AIDS.
    You little girls should try southern Missouri and Arkansans camp grounds it would be the time of your life beautiful scenery canoeing,.. day trips, you spend the nights at campgrounds.
    Africa no fucking way all you see is muddy water,.. insanity. And you never go on a sexpedition there.
    No I'm not judging you I'm defining you by your action's.
    England is a safe place other than the govt,.. but there is no safe govt's.
    First you need to love and respect yourself,…….You never endanger your life or those around you.
    But if I was in-charge of a country and a person wen't to Africa the person would live in Quarantine for 5 year's so they didn't infect the population,.. because I don't believe others should suffer for someone else's mistakes.
    If you want danger and excitement ride a motorcycle,… it's a better death than disease or getting eaten.

  24. North Country Outdoor Guys says:

    Louise is back! We need more of you ladies on adventures!

  25. Jose Rafael Zepeda-Garza says:

    Beautiful humans Thank YouπŸ‘πŸ»πŸ˜Ž

  26. Robert Shand says:

    Great stuff Louise, pity there aren't many more so kind and caring..πŸ‘

  27. Sh8ed Sh8ed says:

    Flying to Tanzania tomorrow. Already have tickets. The only problem- nobody invited me, but I'm sure I can find a job there as a voLunteer, at least I hope so.
    Thx for this video, it was informational.

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