Dec & Jan 2014/15
CERES Global works alongside communities India to generate solutions to environmental and social challenges. On our 10th trip to India, we'll be working on the Sustainable Housing project in Jamnya, community development initiatives in Pal, and working with the ApneAap children of the red light district in Mumbai.
CERES Global offers the opportunity to take part in a socio-environmental and cultural journey of learning and exchange in Indonesia. In Cipanas & Sembalun we work with our sister organisations YUM and CDC, engaging school groups, teaching the teachers, and working in the garden on permaculture, food security and nutrition activities.
June & July 2015
CERES Global is privileged to run two trips to the remote Homeland Community of Mäpuru in East Arnhem Land, Australia. The trips run each year providing the opportunity to learn about Yolngu culture from Indigenous leaders who are passing on their traditional skills and knowledge in basket weaving and bush survival skills.
CERES Global is excited to announce we'll be heading back to Timor in May 2015. CERES Global will spend time in Dili, Aileu, and on Au'tauro island, engaging with youth and community groups, environmental and social groups, building friendships and working together to meet various challenges. In 2015 we will establish a demonstration permaculture and organic farming plot, working towards the challenges of malnutrition during the hungry months.
CERES Global are heading back to Cuba in April 2015 for what will be another amazing 3 week journey. Focusing on Cuba's incredible sustainability measures with their low oil economy, we'll spend time in Havana learning about urban farming techniques, in Sancti Spitius on organiponicos, and in Cienfuegos working on a project to celebrate Cuba's sustainability.
The Matalasi Samoan Dance Group will be here in Melbourne from Sunday the 14th of September until Tuesday the 23rd of September. This is the first time the group have left their homeland of Samoa, and are super excited to be coming to learn about life in Australia, and supporting Samoa Lifeline while they're here. Follow the 'SAMOANS in MELBOURNE' link above to find out where you can catch them!