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be a volunteer in the "Council of Refugee Women in Bulgaria"

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Phone Numbers :

+359 8 78 136 231;
+359 8 78 136 321;
+359 8 76 766 588

E-mail:

office@crw-bg.org

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Council of Refugee Women in Bulgaria

Our volunteers:

trainee from March-April 2021

Ketie Hristova

"My internship in the" Council of Refugee Women in Bulgaria "was a wonderful opportunity for my professional and personal development. The opportunity to closely monitor the work with refugees is something extremely important for an Arabic student like me, as in the last few years I have been intensively studying the Arabic language, civilization and beliefs. As soon as I started my internship at SZHBB, I started to actively apply my knowledge, but at the same time to acquire many new ones. I am extremely grateful to the whole team that encouraged and taught me every day - everyone greeted me warmly and made me part of the SJBB family. After my internship, I can confidently say that there is still humanity left among us, there is still hope for a brighter future in which there is equality and respect. " 

trainee from March-April 2021

Svetla Peycheva

"My internship in the last two months in the" Council of Refugee Women in Bulgaria "in the field of Marketing and Communications gave me the opportunity to see up close the work of an organization in the NGO sector. I have always believed that NGOs are necessary for the proper functioning of civil society, and this experience has certainly confirmed this. During this short stay I was able to face various problems in the field and learn from the professional expertise of the team. Thanks to the warmth and encouragement of the team, I quickly felt part of the organization and gained skills that were both practical and soft. I will always remember this experience with a smile, because it showed me what it means to fight for the cause you believe in and how not to stop trying no matter what problems arise.

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The need has faces, but no nationality. The method of donation is as important as the act itself. Solidarity only makes sense when emotions are combined with reason and trust is not broken, but preserved and stimulated.