Basha Volunteer Application
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Interests
Tell us which the areas where you have skills or interest in volunteering
Special skills or qualifications
Summarize any special skills and qualifications you have acquired from employment, previous volunteer work, or through other activities including hobbies or sports. Please also send a copy of your resume/CV.
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What makes you interested in serving with Basha?
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What do you feel you are able to contribute to Basha?
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Time available
Health and special needs request
Please list any medical concerns, any medications you are on, any allergies you have and any dietary concerns.
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Previous cross cultural experience
Summarize any previous cross cultural experiences. What did you learn from these experiences.
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Personal response- Injustice
Please describe a time when you encountered injustice or oppression (gender discrimination, racial discrimination, mistreatment of others, etc.), how it made you feel and how you responded to it.
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Personal response- Self care
What hobbies, practices or activities help you take care of yourself in times of stress and anxiety?
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Person to notify in case of an emergency
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Thank you for completing this application form and for your interest in volunteering at Basha.
Please submit your resume/cv to info@bashaboutique.com.
Volunteer expectations in Bangladesh
Basha volunteers must cover all their own experiences including flights, medical insurance, room, board, airport pickup and personal expenses. Staff will work with you to arrange accommodation that fits your budget and needs, and is safe and clean.

Basha Bangladesh volunteers are expected to participate in the culture in which they serve. In Bangladesh, women are expected to wear shalwar chamise or sari's in public (covering your head is optional). Men are expected to wear long trousers in public. Physical contact between male and female in public is taboo and should be avoided by volunteers, including married couples serving together.

Basha works with people from very impoverished conditions. Volunteers are expected to have simple life styles when in Bangladesh. Air conditioning, hot running water, and consistent electric supply are unlikely. Public transportation will be used the majority of the time although cars with drivers can be hired if desired.

Basha volunteers may want to help by giving money or gifts to people. Please clear any such gifts with your Basha supervisor. Gifts of cash are discouraged. Making contributions to a programme or purchasing items that everyone can enjoy are preferred.

Should you volunteer with Basha in Bangladesh, it is sure to be exciting, challenging, and life changing. However, please make sure you are prepared to take care of yourself. In addition, please talk to staff about setting good boundaries, how to be truly helpful, any emotions that are overwhelming, and cross cultural situations you need help navigating understanding.

Agreement and signature
By submitting this application, I affirm that the information set forth are true and complete. I understand that if I'm accepted as a volunteer, any false statements, omissions, or other misrepresentations made by me on this application may result in my immediate dismissal.
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