Travel opportunities to visit ADIVIMA


You are welcome to join us on a trip to Rabinal, Guatemala which we organize on a yearly basis

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Anne McKnight and Lisa Bickford, trip leaders, talking with students during the school visit.

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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.

Phyllis, Sandy at General Assembly – Version 2

Scholarship students and their parents are required tomeet with ADIVIMA staff during general assemblies three times per year. Donors participate via teleconference.

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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.

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