CERES Global invites you to travel on unique participatory, cross cultural, educational and skill sharing programs. Each year we visit, learn from and work with our international partner organisations all doing exceptional work in the areas of sustainability, the environment, community development, social equity and education. The trips are open to people of any age or background wanting to travel with meaning and purpose and willing to open their hearts and minds to another culture and way of life.
CERES Global is a project of the not-for-profit CERES Community Environment Park, and all trips run at cost price. Fees include meals, accommodation, transport, community contributions, facilitator support, carbon offsets, pre trip preparations and administration. It does not include flights, visas, medical and items of a personal nature.
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Reflections from an Explorative Journey in India: Nalika’s Story on Rethinking Community Development
They say “be careful for what you wish for”. Last year I decided I needed to do something that would shake me up, make me uncomfortable and rejuvenate me. I wasn’t sure what [...]
This article was written by Adrian Hearn, our friend, partner and collaborator in Cuba. It was originally published in "Articulation". By 2050 more than 6 billion people will live in cities, generating unprecedented challenges [...]
The river never drinks its own water. The tree never tastes its own fruit. The field never consumes its own harvest. They selflessly strive for the well-being of all those around them. - Mewari [...]
When Bachelor of Information Technology student Rosie first heard about the IT for Social Impact study tour in India she jumped to the conclusion that it wasn’t for her, however several months later she was [...]
“Nowadays, the modern medical model is changing. It is gradually shifting from its original medical model of biomedicine into a physiological–psychological–sociological–medical model, which emphasizes that the people, the natural environment, ecological conditions and society are [...]
This post was written by John Burne, originally posted on our Jamnya Housing project blog after visiting in March 2016 A bumpy road through beautiful teak forests. Arrived to a warm welcome and immediately saw the [...]