Registrations now closed for 2017
IMMERSE YOURSELF IN THE TRADITIONS & SOCIAL ISSUES FACING THE NEXT GENERATION OF CAMBODIANS
Cambodia is a source and destination country for exploitation of men, women and children in all forms of modern slavery, including forced labour, sex trafficking, debt bondage and forced marriage.
This trip will provide a rare opportunity to learn from and interact with victims, survivors and those at-risk of sexual exploitation through our long-term Impact Partner, AFESIP Cambodia, as well as a number of local social enterprises that support vulnerable communities.
Historically PROJECT FUTURES has challenged advocates to experience the country by bike, but we're thrilled to expand our offering to now include an immersion tour that is a little lighter on when it comes to physical exercise.
This is a chance to engage with various social enterprises and not for profits working to address human trafficking in the region, to find out what they're doing and how you can be an effective part of the solution.
Date: 13 July - 20 July 2018
Cost: $1,999* + flights
Fundraising Target: $3,000 per person (tax deductible)
*Prices are based on a minimum group size of less than 10 people. As this is a group booking model, prices will decrease once 13 or more people are registered. Please refer to the information pack for details.
Day 1: Arrive in Siem Reap, Cambodia
Day 2: Angkor Sunrise Tour & Survivor Dinner
Day 3: Siem Reap "Day in the Life of a Cambodian" & Phare Circus Performance
Day 4: Battambang Bamboo Train
Day 5: Battambang Village & Bat Caves Tour
Day 6: Phnom Penh & Floating Village on Tonle Sap Lake
Day 7: Killing Fields / S-21 Prison & Dinner at AFESIP Cambodia
Day 8: Depart Phnom Penh