Travel With JDC

Inside Haiti 2013

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Port-au-Prince, Haiti


Entwine Insider Trips - Young Professionals

More information: Visit the Entwine website

This February, join JDC staff and other young professionals from around the world to explore humanitarian issues facing Haiti. Perform service alongside JDC-supported initiatives and get to know the facts on the ground first-hand.


Serve alongside the world’s largest Jewish humanitarian aid organization (JDC) in the fields of medical assistance, educational support, and humanitarian relief.

Gain first-hand insight into challenges facing Haiti three years after the devastating earthquake.

Engage in cultural exchange with JDC partner organizations and program beneficiaries.

Travel with JDC staff and other young adults from around the world.

Check out the trip fact sheet, including cost information, here.

Application deadline: November 15, 2013

For more details on this travel opportunity or for registration information, please contact: Visit the Entwine website


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