Born to be wild...

Justyna Mucha Start Date: May 4, 2016 - End Date: Aug 31, 2016

My Travel Story

by: Justyna Mucha Start Date: May 4, 2016 - End Date: Aug 31, 2016

Almost a year since I’ve been an volunteer at Na’an ku sê and still there’s not day goes by that I don’t mention those animals.
I believe it was no accident that I got to Namibia. I believe it was destine…

In Namibia from the early days I knew that I found home. I felt peaceful which is not possible here in Poland, in the city. I realised help wildlife it is work that I have to do... that without it I’m nobody.

After arrival in Poland I’ve decided that I will study Veterinary Phystiotherapy as follow up Physiotherapy which I study now but which is related to phisiotherapy of humans. Although it is not known to be wildlife physiotherapist, I’m sure that with physiotherpy skills and knowledge I could help those animals.
To work with wildlife I need to take also a lot of other courses, directed to wild animals and in addition more volunteer experience. I am so exciting about my future but I’m aware that all of those take money which make it difficult.

I wish to follow my volunteer practising at N/a' n ku sê but I can't afford it.

Why Na’an ku sê again? Well that place let me get to know what is really important and …I just think that it would be right for me to get back by next experience in forward corner of the world.


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