Amanda Browne

Volunteer: Amanda Browne

Bio:

I am a Municipal Development volunteer working in a small town in rural Honduras. I received my BA focusing on International Development and Cross-Cultural Communication from The George Washington University in 2009.

I am a fan of languages, music, dancing, running, and travel. 

 

My top 2 favorite quotes:

If I try to be like him, who will be like me? - Santiago, 'The Alchemist'

Go to the people. Live with them; learn from them; love them. Start with what they know, build on what they have. But the best of leaders, when the job is done, the task accomplished, the people will say: 'We have done it ourselves.' - Lao Tzu

2010 - 2012


Contributions from Amanda Browne

  1. Honduras When I spit on children I cure diseases

    I have come to realize that my idea of normal has changed significantly. Things never seem that strange to me at the time… and then I think about explaining it to folks back home. So, here’s one such experience: I’m hanging out at my cousin's house, enjoying the mango juice we just made (from pre-ripened mangos…which are also quite delicious to eat dipped in sugar). Yola, the woman who goes house to house selling Ropa Americana had just finished showing us the stock she just brought back...

  1. Honduras The Bus Stop

    This is a little eatery where all of the buses that pass through town stop.

  2. Honduras Tio Tavo

    Tio Tavo lets me take a picture.

  3. Honduras The little driver

    Yuren, my 3 -year-old nephew playing in his step-dad's truck.

  4. Honduras Super-dog

    The family's new puppy exploring the patio.

  5. Honduras Queso?

    Mario, my host family's errand boy, with Emily, the daughter of another relative.

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“Sunset at the Railroad” by PCV Nicholas Baylor Hall. Namibia, 2011.