Exchanges with Diversity
Experiences from and to
the Developing World
“A discussion of different models
(including funding) of successful
exchange programs with
developing countries.”
DISCUSSION ABOUT
SUCCESSFUL CASES
The intention of the session is to outline
different ways of opening exchange
opportunities to students in financial need
...
Livia Pecim
A 16 years old brazilian student from public
school, she was living with couple of friends
because her parents...
She was classified and choosed between
12 good students .
She went to COLOMBIA and received
everything from EXPRO BRASIL
S...
oão Paulo Santos Caetano
2 years old born in São Paulo main city in Brazil , studied the full secondary
ducation in public...
n December 2009 I became an exchange student for Colombia, there I stayed
n the city of Fusagasugá located one hour from B...
GOOD STUDENT PROJECT
.
NATALIA GENTIL
In 2009 I studied in a public school who selected me for auditions to join the
Good Student Program . The...
This exchange means a lot to me and I always had rejoined
dreams : living abroad for a while , studying in anothe
ountry a...
NEW GENERATION EXCHANGE
( DISABLE PEOPLE )
Exchange of Carmen Florentin, 20 years.
armen is deaf-mute, from Paraguay, D4845. Their exchange of short duration was don...
Her host sister
reading her report
ONE WAY EXCHANGE
( EAST TIMOR )
AUSTRALIA
ROBERTO MAGNO CARDOSO
( BONIJO )
PROJECT RYLA
ENVOLVING ROTARACT
THANK YOU ALL !
JANY HATANAKA
DISTRICT 4430
EXPRO BRASIL
janyhide5@gmail.com
Exchanges with Diversity - Experiences from and to the Developing World
Exchanges with Diversity - Experiences from and to the Developing World
Exchanges with Diversity - Experiences from and to the Developing World
Exchanges with Diversity - Experiences from and to the Developing World
Exchanges with Diversity - Experiences from and to the Developing World
Exchanges with Diversity - Experiences from and to the Developing World
Exchanges with Diversity - Experiences from and to the Developing World
Exchanges with Diversity - Experiences from and to the Developing World
Exchanges with Diversity - Experiences from and to the Developing World
Exchanges with Diversity - Experiences from and to the Developing World
Exchanges with Diversity - Experiences from and to the Developing World
Exchanges with Diversity - Experiences from and to the Developing World
Exchanges with Diversity - Experiences from and to the Developing World
Exchanges with Diversity - Experiences from and to the Developing World
Exchanges with Diversity - Experiences from and to the Developing World
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Presentation given by Rotarian Jany Hatanaka from District 4430, Brazil and Rotarian Ashok Bhandari from District 3131, India.

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Exchanges with Diversity - Experiences from and to the Developing World

  1. 1. Exchanges with Diversity Experiences from and to the Developing World
  2. 2. “A discussion of different models (including funding) of successful exchange programs with developing countries.”
  3. 3. DISCUSSION ABOUT SUCCESSFUL CASES
  4. 4. The intention of the session is to outline different ways of opening exchange opportunities to students in financial need or at-risk, youth who may otherwise not be able to participate in the program.
  5. 5. Livia Pecim A 16 years old brazilian student from public school, she was living with couple of friends because her parents were divorced. She used to work at home to help host family. She was studing on a social organization called LEGIÃO MIRIM DA VILA PRUDENTE, São Paulo to learn and prepare to find her first job
  6. 6. She was classified and choosed between 12 good students . She went to COLOMBIA and received everything from EXPRO BRASIL She study spanish language during 4 months before departure. In today she is working at Chevrolet car agency.  
  7. 7. oão Paulo Santos Caetano 2 years old born in São Paulo main city in Brazil , studied the full secondary ducation in public school , where I had good graduation. In the same period i was approved at technichal school SENAI and in the course of Mechanic . n a moment of great difficulty in my life where my family was going through nancial and health problems , I was introduced to ROTARY , something I did ot know it about. was invited to participate in the PROJECT RYLA - Rotary Youth Leadership ward, and I was told about of youth exchange program but it was too far rom my reality and conditions .
  8. 8. n December 2009 I became an exchange student for Colombia, there I stayed n the city of Fusagasugá located one hour from Bogota in the house of a ouple of Rotarian Diana and Fernando, people who welcomed me like a son , nd I remained there for two months . n Colombia I learned and practice the Spanish language , participated in olunteer Rotarians meetings with other exchange students from different arts of the world , I began to see that the reality was very similar to mine, working people and cozy , yet I miss everything.
  9. 9. GOOD STUDENT PROJECT
  10. 10. . NATALIA GENTIL In 2009 I studied in a public school who selected me for auditions to join the Good Student Program . There were several interviews , tests and dynamic until the program selected 21 students , and I was one of these students . This selection takes place every two years with students from public schools The following year , I joined the Marist College Dom Silverio with the support of the program , which provides all students the opportunity to study in good private schools and pay school supplies, uniforms , transportation and any other studies related to need . Apart from school twice a week I go to the program to take classes in English, writing and had math lessons. The Good Student Program focuses on our academic growth , but it also cares about our social training , so we have classes for personal development and support of psychologists .
  11. 11. This exchange means a lot to me and I always had rejoined dreams : living abroad for a while , studying in anothe ountry and visit Australia . I am full of expectations and ntend during this exchange , show the Good Student Rotary Program and my family that investment and trus hey have placed in me paid off am passionate about the program and have it as my econd family . I greatly appreciate what they do for me nd I carry with me a dream to help someone in the same way that they help me .
  12. 12. NEW GENERATION EXCHANGE ( DISABLE PEOPLE )
  13. 13. Exchange of Carmen Florentin, 20 years. armen is deaf-mute, from Paraguay, D4845. Their exchange of short duration was done wi Norbrex, District No. 4500. Was the first Deaf to be received in the 4500 district student. Carmen spent 6 weeks with Rotarian host families. Interesting fact that the family had neve had contact with people with hearing impared, and that was no problem. She did intership in communication and design, carried out projects with their host club an made good friends among the exchange students. Before coming to Brazil, Carmen had done exchanges in Argentina, with a sister also deaf mute, who spent six months staying with the family of Carmen in Paraguay.
  14. 14. Her host sister reading her report
  15. 15. ONE WAY EXCHANGE ( EAST TIMOR ) AUSTRALIA
  16. 16. ROBERTO MAGNO CARDOSO ( BONIJO )
  17. 17. PROJECT RYLA
  18. 18. ENVOLVING ROTARACT
  19. 19. THANK YOU ALL ! JANY HATANAKA DISTRICT 4430 EXPRO BRASIL janyhide5@gmail.com

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