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Each One, Teach One

May 26 - June 3

Dreams do come true.  Certainly that was the case when 33 Wassmuth Center donors had the opportunity to trace Mandela’s journey in South Africa and explore the vision for the restoration of Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique in 2017 and 17 more supporters made the journey in 2018.   Since that first visit, the Center launched “Each One, Teach One” as an international outreach program that pairs girls living in the Park buffer villages with sponsors in Idaho who are committing to fund the annual school fees for the five years of secondary school.

Spend six information and sight-packed days in Gorongosa National Park when you join the Wassmuth Center’s 2019 delegation and travel to Johannesburg, South Africa and Beira, Mozambique, May 26 – June 3, 2019.

Program cost: $4,045 (double occupancy) – The program cost includes the registration fee which is a $500 tax deductible contribution to the Wassmuth Center.

Program cost includes – lodging (two nights in Johannesburg, South Africa and six nights in Chitengo – Gorongosa National Park, Mozambique); meals, tours and activities as identified in the daily itinerary, on-continent roundtrip airfare from South Africa to Mozambique and in-country airfare from Beira to Chitengo.

Program cost does not include – the international airfare to Johannesburg, South Africa, travel insurance, vaccinations, passport and Mozambique entrance visa ($50 payable upon arrival), single-occupancy lodging, and gratuities for the tour and safari guides.

The program is limited to 18 participants.

South Africa and Gorongosa National Park Itinerary and REGISTRATION

For more information, email info@wassmuthcenter.org.


May 26
June 3
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Wassmuth Center for Human Rights
208 345-0304