Travel opportunities


You are welcome to join us on a trip to Rabinal, Guatemala

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Phyllis talks with Martina, massacre survivor and member of the negotiating team between ADIVIMA and the Guatemalan government. 

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Alberto teaches Miguel how to weave a traditional Mayan hammock from maguey cactus fibers during a visit to the resettlement community of Pacux. 

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Martina and her daughter-in-law give lessons in making tortillas by hand to Stephanie during a visit to the resettlement community of Pacux. 

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During the intercultural exchange day with the scholarship students, a Mayan priest demonstrates the symbols and ritualism in a traditional Mayan spiritual ceremony. 

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Students demonstrate a traditional Mayan dance which elders have been reteaching the younger generation. ADIVIMA is working to recuperate Mayan traditions and customs that are in danger of becoming lost. 

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Delegates meet with scholarship students and ADIVIMA staff in their headquarters. Parents are required to meet with ADIVIMA leadership during general assemblies three times per year. 

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Delegates take a launch down the Chixoy reservoir to visit the communities that are eking out a living above the water line after being massacred and displaced in the 1980s.