WHAT MAKES FLYINTERNSHIP DIFFERENT TO OTHER ORGANISATIONS?

The different to other organisations is that you have the very close contact to local and international people what makes your abroad experience unique.

Anita worked as a volunteer herself and it was a life-chasing experience for here. After working as a volunteer she founded and established a sustainable NGO by herself in Namibia. With the experience of being a volunteer and creating her own Project as a foreigner  she had the desire of creating an environment where volunteers can truly connect with the projects and the people they are working with. She continuous to see the need in Namibia, which initially drove her to continue working towards improvement within the country.
In 2011, Anita Nangombe founded Butterfly – People support people. Butterfly is a non-profit organisation that supports projects in developing countries. With Butterfly, she gave herself and people, especially those in Austria, the possibility to support a project while knowing where all the money is going. Until now, she has been active and has been raising funds for different projects. Once a year, Anita travels to Europe and holds talks in schools and universities about Butterfly. Because of her charity work, she was nominated in 2011 for the first time as “Steirerin des Tages” and for the “Woman of the Year 2011” in the Women’s Magazine. In 2014, she was chosen out of 4000 people to be nominated for the “Best Humanity Work of the Year”, and was invited to the Gala of the Year from the Kleine Zeitung.

 

Anita worked as a volunteer herself and it was a life-chasing experience for here. After working as a volunteer she founded and established a sustainable NGO by herself in Namibia. With the experience of being a volunteer and creating her own Project as a foreigner  she had the desire of creating an environment where volunteers can truly connect with the projects and the people they are working with. She continuous to see the need in Namibia, which initially drove her to continue working towards improvement within the country.
In 2011, Anita Nangombe founded Butterfly – People support people. Butterfly is a non-profit organisation that supports projects in developing countries. With Butterfly, she gave herself and people, especially those in Austria, the possibility to support a project while knowing where all the money is going. Until now, she has been active and has been raising funds for different projects. Once a year, Anita travels to Europe and holds talks in schools and universities about Butterfly. Because of her charity work, she was nominated in 2011 for the first time as “Steirerin des Tages” and for the “Woman of the Year 2011” in the Women’s Magazine. In 2014, she was chosen out of 4000 people to be nominated for the “Best Humanity Work of the Year”, and was invited to the Gala of the Year from the Kleine Zeitung.

 

Anita Nangombe comes from a country where most of the women do not need to worry about covering their daily life expenses. The women even have a choice of how long they want to stay at home with their children after birth. Here in Namibia, it is another story. Women do not have this choice; they do not get government support. Three months after birth, the baby either has to go to a caretaker, or the mother must stay at home to care for the child without an income.
Along with providing opportunities for volunteers, FlyInternship aims to create new workplaces and give people a better life, inspiring them with people from overseas! In addition, the volunteers receive the opportunity to appreciate their own environment more after they return from an incredible experience serving and giving to another community.

 

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