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Dominican Republic

Exploring Human Security in Hispaniola

June 1-14, 2020

Program Fee: $2,120

Understand the intersections of Human Security on the rapidly developing Dominican side of Hispaniola through examination of culture, national systems, and community relationships.

Food and Health Security on a Divided Island

July 11-19, 2020

Program Fee: $1,065

Explore issues of Human Security as you examine the global health structure of the Dominican Republic and the affects of health care access on communities in the North Coast. See the interconnections between food security and health on this Caribbean Island.

 

Belize

Local Mayan Businesses and Afro-Caribbean Traditions

March 29-April 5, 2020

Program Fee: $1,065

Highlights: 

  • Immerse yourself with Mayan natives and learn their about their day to day lifestyle in the jungle
  • Drum, dance, and sing along with Afro-Caribbean natives of Creole descent 
  • Swim and snorkel in the world’s second largest barrier reef and enjoy lunch on a private island
  • Walk around ancient Mayan ruins and explore archaeological sites
  • Cook traditional Mayan meals like corn tortillas and chicken caldo
  • Work alongside Maya community members to develop sustainable projects in rural villages 
  • Learn about the traditional and herbal medicines of the Belizean jungle with a local bush doctor 

 

Itinerary:

Day 1 Arrival 

Day 2 Service 

Day 3 Service 

Day 4 Bush Doctor, Nim Li Punit Ruins, Indian Creek

Day 5 Service 

Day 6 Service 

Day 7 Snorkeling Punta Gorda 

Day 8 Departure 

Eco Health and Community Development with the Mayans

June 27 – July 5, 2020

Program Fee: $1,220

Highlights: 

  • Visit one of the largest ancient Mayan ruins in the heart of the Belize jungle  
  • Learn about local medicinal plants with a Bush Doctor and how they are known to cure illnesses like snake bites and yellow fever 
  • Drum and dance alongside local Garifuna people after snorkeling and visiting private islands in Belize’s clear blue waters
  • Cook alongside Mayan women as they prepare traditional meals like corn tortillas and chicken caldo soup
  • Get inside perspective and knowledge from a Peace Corps Volunteer living and working in Mayan villages

 

Itinerary:

Day 1 Arrival 

Day 2 Service 

Day 3 Service 

Day 4 Xunantunich Ruins 

Day 5 Service 

Day 6 Bush Doctor, Lim Ni Punit Ruins, Indian Creek Womens Center 

Day 7 Service 

Day 8 Snorkeling 

Day 9 Departure

Peru

Exploring Local Solutions with the Indegenous Yanesha

August 1-10, 2020

Program Fee: $1,365

Explore Human Security concepts and while learning about the indigenous Yanesha people of Peru. Learn about the history of the capital city and experience the natural beauty of the Amazon basin.

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