SUMMER CAMP, Volunteer Community, Volunteer Experience

MY CAMP EXPERIENCE by Latilo Zainab Modupe Alias

Hiking is one of my bucket list and I succeeded in making it happen camping with CAA.

I like to flex but while doing that I love to make the best of it and that’s where VOLUNTEEERING comes in. This is my 2nd time with CAA and it’s bliss.

I did the impossible in the history of walking, zee would never walk miles talkless of climbing mountain at night.

I am actually the daring and adventurous type so I prepared my mind for the journey. Sprinkled my ankle while hiking but I got support system from a CAA member (Thank you Micheal).

I marked register for GLS again, all thanks to our founder Mr okies

I love the happy face of the children experience when it’s time for outreach. It gives me this kind of calmness. I actually didn’t do much but while working with the media team for video and pictures of the our program, I saw a lot. All thanks to our Team Lead (Bolatito Annie)
I am so happy to have experienced that.

I took a picture of a Grandpa, he asked me “If he is handsome” in the video I took of him while sharing his Maggi donated by #Lagosfoodbank with his friend and with a wide grin. If He is not happy , he would never ask me that or allow me take his picture happily!!! So I say a big Thank you to the sponsorers

CAA taught me how to be free with people, due to my religion status, I don’t do much when I am outside… why? Because I hate to be judged but campers would never ask you as a Muslim why you did a thing , instead they will ask you as a significant person — no bullshitting about religion whatsoever and I will be glad if this continues.

Okay, I learnt how to swim thanks to my coach and coaches. It was a good experience.

I got to make a lot of friends too and I found a soul sister too (ABAGUN BARAKAT).Thanks for loving me right back

Note: No matter how much you do life, you need people!!! Networking is life and at campa_Africa it’s unlimited.


About Camp Adventure Africa

Camp Adventure Africa is a movement of young leaders reaching out to children, women, youth, and families in rural areas or marginalized communities, IDP Camps, Homes, and others while having fun and adventure at the same time. We are a non-traditional, non-conventional, and not-for-profit-making organization.

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