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EIL Intercultural Learning is an Irish "not for profit" organisation which provides intercultural learning opportunities through study abroad, volunteer abroad, language training, travel awards, group educational programmes, and other cultural immersion activities for about 2,000 people each year. This year the organisation celebrates 50 years in Ireland. 

The Mission of EIL Intercultural Learning Ireland is: To provide intercultural learning experiences which enrich lives, promote understanding of other cultures and challenge individuals to be more globally aware and responsible.

 The work of EIL Intercultural Learning is underpinned by a set of core values and guiding principles which include the organisation’s not for profit status, its commitment to the safety and wellbeing of participants and its endorsement of the principles of equality, inclusiveness, sustainability and diversity. At all times EIL strives to achieve the highest standards and to employ best practices.

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During our time in Kayamandi we have been fortunate enough to meet many people who are working to improve the lives of others. One such person is Gladys Bakubaku. In 2007, she set up a trauma room
This week I had the opportunity of working with learners from Grades 8 to 12 in Makupula High School, one of the two high-schools in the township of Kayamandi. The average age of a learner in Grade 8
During our time in Kayamandi we have been fortunate enough to meet many people who are working to improve the lives of others. One such person is Gladys Bakubaku. In 2007, she set up a trauma room
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