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Our project is sure to include music, porcupine soup, off-roading, learning Murut and lots of animals on top of completing an incredibly important kindergarten build for the village and surrounding area.

June 24, 2013

The three practical days training in the wild Bornean jungle was an awesome experience! The Volunteer Manager Team arrived at the very beautiful surroundings of Raleigh Basecamp and set our mozzie nets up over our hammocks nestled right next to the Kiulu River..

June 24, 2013

The three practical days training in the wild Bornean jungle was an awesome experience! The Volunteer Manager Team arrived at the very beautiful surroundings of Raleigh Basecamp and set our mozzie nets up over our hammocks nestled right next to the Kiulu River..

June 24, 2013
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Whiskey groups assigned, the Expedition 13G/H Project Managers headed out this week for 3 days of trekking, navigation, river-crossing and wild camping.

June 23, 2013

We've made it to India, Paul, Jagan, the fieldbase team and myself have been working hard preparing for the advanced team to arrive in a few days time, making sure we have food, water and sorting out a few exiting activities for our Team Leaders arrival and training, we have even managed to do a bit of shopping in Mysore! (We have been busy honest).

June 19, 2013
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5 minute warning! An early-morning phone call let us know that the Project Managers were in Turrialba and would be arriving at Fieldbase in just a few minutes.

June 19, 2013
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It’s been a jam-packed week for the advance team here at Fieldbase.

June 17, 2013

We’re back! We all returned safely back to Fieldbase on Saturday. Every one of us was shattered after a physically and mentally demanding 2 days training in the jungle. However, after one of Loli’s hearty lunches, a shower and a little down time, the PMs immediately started getting ready for their Project Planning Visits (PPV). The Fieldbase Team waved them off very early this morning..

June 17, 2013