Ani Duduchava is a Georgian volunteer who joined non-governmental organization Strim in Krakow, Poland and carries out her long-term European Solidarity Corps project funded by Erasmus +. Read what she says about her upcoming experience:
“I am Ani from Georgia. Last year I graduated “Caucasus University” and I have a degree in Sociology. From my friends I have heard about ESC and I decided to take this chance. The most important reason why I wanted to try this project was to develop new skills, have more life experiences and be more independent. Volunteering is the best way to see the world with different eyes. You will meet people from all over the world, you can get and share cultural experiences, observe cultural differences and this is so interesting. Volunteers have an opportunity to improve and learn such kind of skills that helps in the future career. Volunteering is a chance to be a part of something worldwide and great.
This project gives you a chance to change your knowledge, help others, become more innovative and creative. Living abroad alone for me means challenge myself, be more confident, meet new friends, create stories and memories that worth to remember.
I will spend next 9 months in Krakow, which is a great city with rich historical background. This is my first experience and I definitely know this couple of month will be unforgettable for me. I believe that with enough willingness and motivation everything is possible” – Ani Duduchava.