On our most recent trip to the Cabecar territory, we made healthcare research a priority. We worked closely with Voz Que Clama, who graciously shared their resources. Voz Que Clama was able to recruit 14 volunteers (many of which had extensive experience in going to Sinoli), two of which were medical doctors, and one more a nurse. The doctors […]
The Costa Rica Service Learning Trip is a biannual alternative break program offered January and May/June every year. The focus of this trip is to provide a cross-cultural immersion and service learning experience by trekking through mountainsides of Chirripo and to live among and engage with the Cabecar tribe. They are the country’s most remote and traditional indigenous group.
This past May, David Good (executive director) and Jon Weber (Board Member) made a successful return trip to Sinoli, Costa Rica to visit the Cabecar. Our team was able to successfully purchase, transport, and install a 200 Watt Off Grid Solar Panel system for the Sinoli High School in the Cabecar Indigenous Reserve. Upon arrival to trail head […]