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I am 19 years old and came to Elijah through the Jesuit Volunteers. The panorama in Hosman with the snow-covered Carpathian peaks resembles that of my hometown in the French Alps. Apart from that there are big differences, which are getting smaller and smaller because of the project Elijah. Many offers for the people living in the surrounding villages contribute to this, such as jobs, houses, social centres and newly built wells. My job is to look after the children in the social centre in Nocrich. You really have to spend a lot of energy on the children, but it pays off: In the few months I have been here, I have noticed many positive changes in them. After my internship, I want to study neuroscience in Canada.

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