Although most Cambodian villages have a primary school, completing an education in the upper grades may mean traveling far distances from home. Developed and launched by the Wassmuth Center for Human Rights, “Pedals and Packs” is an international outreach program that distributes bicycles and backpacks to village primary students (Grades 1-5) in rural Cambodia. With one less obstacle on the road to an education, students are encouraged to complete their schooling.
Spend seven information and sight-packed days in Southeast Asia and participate in the spring bicycle distribution when you join the Wassmuth Center’s 2019 delegation and travel to Cambodia, March 15 – 24, 2019.
Program cost: $2,900 (double occupancy) – The program cost includes the registration fee which is a $250 tax deductible contribution to the Wassmuth Center.
Program cost includes – international airfare to Phnom Penh, Cambodia, lodging (two nights in Phnom Penh, one night in Kompong Thom and four nights in Siem Reap); meals, tours and activities as identified in the daily itinerary.
Program cost does not include – travel insurance, passport and Cambodia entrance visa ($30 payable upon arrival), single-occupancy lodging, and gratuities for the tour guide.
The program is limited to 18 participants.
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