Maya midwifery practices, medicinal herbs, bone setters, spirit guides and energy healing. Trip includes visits to Lake Atitlan and Antigua. The 8-day trip is all inclusive for $985.00 plus airfare. All proceeds support training for rural health care workers.
We work in rural highland communities that are rarely visited by outside groups. With more than two decades of experience working in isolated regions, we are uniquely positioned to facilitate an experience in real Guatemala.
In addition to service projects, we provide excellent speakers concerning food sovereignty, women's rights, Maya culture, and social justice.
Weaving Maya and Western healing knowledge for improved infant maternal health.
Study tour in Guatemala July 22-29.
With VCU Institute of Women's Health and the Highland Support Project.
The itinerary includes cultural, educational, service and exchange. Learn about traditional Maya midwifery practices, medicinal herbs, bone setters, spirit guides and energy healing. Trip includes visits to Lake Atitlan and Antigua. The 8-day trip is all inclusive for $985.00 plus airfare. All proceeds support training for rural health care workers.
For more information and an application visit www.womenshealth.vcu.edu. Contact Janett Forte at Janett.Forte@vcuhealth.org or Beth Collins at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about partnering with Indigenous communities of the Americas explore www.highlandsupportproject.org or contact email@example.com
The United Methodist Campus Ministry at VCU is organizing a mission immersion experience for Senior High and College Students. The team will be accompanied by Rev. Jason Micheli currently serving Aldersgate UMC Alexandria and Ben Blevins of the Highland Support Project.
The purpose of the experience is to raise awareness and passion in young people for faithful service and promote best practices in Christain stewardship and reconciliation ministry.
The cost of the trip is $985.00 plus airfare. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Join Highland Partners and spend the week working on the White Mountain Apache reservation in Eastern Arizona. Team members will be rehabbing the horse corrals at the famous Ft. Apache historical cavalry stables. The long-term objective of the project is to prepare facilities for use in an Equine Therapy program.
Depending on the number of participants, team members will stay in a historic building on the grounds of Ft. Apache and will have opportunities for a wild elk sighting trail ride around sacred Mt. Baldy. Team members will enjoy organic produce grown from the HSP supported tribal enterprise Nedee Bikiyaa and prepared by tribal chefs.
The Cost of the trip is $995.00. (not including airfare)