Story gathering, research, photography, and film of communities and sites of historical and cultural significance along the route – the creation of the first guidebook to the path
Outreach to new communities on the path through local village councils and women’s associations, and exchange opportunities for local youth and women.
Scouting new stages of the path through local guides, detailed cartography and trail descriptions, and marking the route with local signage.
Local guide and host training in wilderness safety, first aid, English, social media promotion, and leadership skills.
Three things in human life are important. The first is to be kind. The second is to be kind. And the third is to be kind.
– HENRY JAMES
Check out our 2014 Annual Report to see the impact of donors like you had on the Abraham Path last year.