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5th circle trip to sierra leone

December 27th, 2017 - January 10th 2018

Trip Details

Join us on a journey to Sierra Leone, to experience the power of a model of co-creating and designing Sierra Leone’s first village early childhood education center and our permaculture farm development.

You will have the opportunity to learn about the culture, and traditions of the communities we will visit. Your stay will be an experience that will be worth the time.

This trip will provide the opportunity for a life-changing visit to one of Africa's most visited country. Each trip brings a very unique fulfillment to participants. Paticipants contribute to their Air Ticket , and pays $1,500 per person (tax deductible), which includes 3 meals a day, lodging, in country transportation, and excursion fees.

On this trip, we will have an opportunity to witness the official celebration and opening of Sierra Leone's first village preschool (Dovalema Early Childhood Education Center), in Mondema Village in Eastern Sierra Leone. We will also visit some historic site in Sierra Leone, including Gola Rainforest National Park, Bunce Island, and the Freetown Peninsular. 

Click here to make your reservation by October 15th, 2017






Sierra Leone Foundation for New Democracy works in partnership with communities to build the foundation for citizens of all ages to deliberate and enact new, non-adversarial alternatives that nurture democratic relationships and decision making among and across individuals, families, institutions, and the environment.


Connecting people to the earth to heal and grow the future


The Sierra Leone Foundation for New Democracy is actively establishing the country’s first rural early childhood education program on its first rural permaculture farm. SLFND's Dovalema Early Childhood Center and Ta-Valema Permaculture Farm & Learning Lab will serve together as a laboratory for children (age two to five), adults, and elders to cultivate non-adversarial ways of interacting with each other, with institutions, and with the environment.