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Doganay, a volunteer from Turkey

Doganay  from Turkey,  June 2012 



 SCEAD  Foundation breaks barriers for children in order to make their out look broader and shows them what is the real life , teaches them what they need to do. My first week flew by really fast. Firstly I talked with children about my country and tried to make them comfortable with me. I didn't want to see them shy. We also did some mathematics and science exercises. But I'm not only teacher for them; they also teach me many things.

                                               



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