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JEWISH SOLIDARITY TRAVEL

In conjunction with local rabbis, Jewish community centers (JCCs) and student groups in Latin America, we offer solidarity mission tours to Jewish Latin America, and in particular to Jewish Argentina. New poverty is the present day social reality of Latin America Jewery and in response to that we now offer solidarity tours to many of the most isolated and at-risk communities.

Basic solidarity group activities: CHESED

Daily visits to Jewish community centers. Some physical and/or social work (temples, day schools, hospitals, day-care facilities, clubs, old-folks homes). Talks with the leaders, rabbis and members of the communities.
In smaller groups, visits to the homes of needy families.
Visit to soup kitchens, communal food pantries and free pharmaceutical distribution facilities. Multiple city tours.
Visits with jewish cultural leaders in the arts, literature, music, dance and science.
Many meals taken in communal settings with elderly, poor and other jewish families.
Nightly outings with the university groups and with age-appropriate members of the JCCs to clubs, music, dance, theatre, art fairs, shopping and dinners. Tango shows and workshops.
Visits to indigenous and archeological sites. Visits to regional ecological and nature sites. Optional visit to professional soccer match (during season)
Optional shabbat home hospitality for services in orthodox synagogues / glatt kosher food. Optional services in conservative and reform temples
Optional day at Jewish health-club facility
Free time for high end and high quality, inexpensive shopping in Buenos Aires. Tango lessons and workshops/.
Lodging: quality rated hotels and hostels in selected sectors of the city.

Food: glatt kosher food is readily available in argentina. Three meals a day plus afternoon snack. Argentinean cuisine is a blend of european and local traditions. The main Argentinean fare is meat. We will provide optional gourmet vegetarian meals as well.

administrative:

1.u.s. passports require no visa for entry into argentina
2.no health advisories apply in argentina at this time
3.check with us about the seasonís weather.
4.virtually all countries have embassies and consulates in argentina.
5.you will be asked to bring in, or transport to the country, a charitable donation in the form of clothing, medications or equipment.
6.security is provided throughout the trip
7.for more information please contact:

Hune Margulies, Ph.D, at CDPA@cdpa-americas.org. 914-439-7731


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