Thirty years ago, Cambodia emerged from a brutal regime that resulted in complete destruction of schools. Since then, rebuilding the country’s educational system has been a top priority and considerable improvements have been made. However, despite these efforts, Cambodia’s education sector remains blemished by limited access to quality instruction, inadequate school facilities and high dropout rates. Access to and completion of primary school remain a pressing dilemma. Getting to a school where students can complete upper primary grades may mean traveling far distances from home. Having a bicycle is more than a child’s wish, it is a student’s transportation to his or her future.
Imagine pairing your love for travel with your passion for making the world a better place. We want to help make it a reality for you. Join the Wassmuth Center for Human Rights on the next “Pedals and Packs” Service Project in Cambodia and the distribution of bicycles and backpacks to village school children.
$2,800 Cost includes lodging (double occupancy), meals as indicated in the itinerary, tours, tickets, English-speaking guides, and international and in-country transportation. Additional costs $70 gratuities and $30 dollar Cambodia entry visa. There is surcharge of $250 for a single occupancy hotel room. (Travel insurance* is optional.)
Limited to 18 people, to secure your spot on the “Pedals and Packs” service project in Cambodia:
Rates are per person based on double occupancy. Prices are subject to change should taxes, air prices, airport fees or currency fluctuation change or due to low enrollment. Deposits can be made online at www.wassmuthcenter.org or mail to Pedals and Packs Service Project, Wassmuth Center for Human Rights, 777 South 8th Street, Boise, Idaho 83702