I have a strong belief in the Philippines that I have left my Corporate Job Abroad in search of ways to make a change for my country. Looking at Thailand's effort in agriculture, I could only see how it will help my country find its path in sustainable development. I am really passionate about agriculture and only now that I have my courage to stop fooling myself. I just recently stopped studying law and resigned from a job. I am looking forward to travel the world to learn more about agriculture and farming.
Thus, I decided to volunteer in Thailand at Dindang : http://www.behance.net/gallery/Bow-The-Creator-of-Dindang-Life-and-Philosophies/4792059
"Dindang was set up by Bow (full name: Rewat Thongbunchu) – born in Nakhorn Si Thammarat province in 1980. “Before starting Dindang I had already worked on clay house building for 2 years. I am really passionate about it! A lot of people are interested in natural building, but there aren’t many places to go: it is difficult to find information or to participate in a workshop. This is why I would like to set up an educational center. In these times of economical and environmental challenges, natural building offers a sustainable solution for people without much money. Building a house by yourself teaches you about your abilities and potential: you are not dependent on other people or expensive materials - all you need comes from nature. You can experiment to find that lots of things from the local area can be used.” Bow works together with volunteers from Thailand, Japan and various European countries in order to realize the goals of Dindang. Since its foundation already around 60 volunteers have come to Phato to participate. Some join the group for one or two weeks, others stay as long as six months!" - http://www.dindangcom.page.tl/
I will appreciate your support and in return I will send a small token from my country.
The above is Philippine made. Made from recyclyed rubber tires.