What is your role or relationship with CESO?
How long have you been working or volunteering with CESO?
What motivates you to work or volunteer with CESO?
I love to assist and teach cooking and kitchen operations.
What is your most remarkable experience or memory of CESO?
The last time I was in Rewa, Guyana, I taught 23 people: the staff of the Eco Lodge and ladies from three other villages. The kitchen had only two stoves, and we once served a banquet for 35 guests. This, and my time in Surama, Guyana, were my most remarkable experiences.
Economic development is important because…
The more the clients learn, the better they can earn income and also feed their families new, different meals using local products and their imagination.
What advice would you give other Volunteer Advisors?
If you love to help without being overbearing this can be very rewarding.