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Thank you, again, for your interest in The VolunTourist!

And a BIG Thank You to all who send us some great comments!

This Issue's Reader Comments & Other Mail

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Dear Robin,

Thank you for your email.

I appreciate and understand the position that you find yourself in as you explore ways for generating interest in your program and that of others. VolunTourism.org does not offer link exchanges. It is a tedious task, at best, and requires maintenance and follow up.

Photo by Cameron Grant, Copyright © Developing World Connections, All Rights Reserved

However, after visiting your website, I note that you are also running an adventure travel outfit: Specialized Adventure Travel. If you are really attempting to integrate what you are doing with Volunteer South America and what you do with Specialized Adventure Travel, I would suggest that you reach out to Shannon Stowell or Chris Doyle at the Adventure Travel Trade Association. Or you may want to speak with Christina Heyniger, Founder of Xola Consulting and Off The Radar. Either of these resources may be able to offer you some additional exposure for what you are doing.

Sincerely,

David L. Clemmons, Publisher/Editor

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Dear Rishi Chaturvedi,

Thank you for sharing information about your organization. Glad to know that there is another resource for entities looking for partners in destinations like Jaipur.

As VolunTourism.org is dedicated to education and information dissemination, we are not involved in running projects or partnering with other organizations to develop programs. We do receive numerous inquiries for links and exchanges, and are grateful to hear about the wonderful work that is occurring around the globe. But, we have determined that the service we will provide is strictly focused on education as it relates to VolunTourism.

You may want to review the International Volunteer Programs Association website and contact some of the organizations listed there in an effort to create a partnership with them. Or you may want to select some of the entities that are featured under the "VolunTourism Trips" section of the VolunTourism.org website to try a similar approach.

Good Luck in your efforts.

Sincerely,

David L. Clemmons, Editor/Publisher

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