October Kozefò Trip - October 16-23, 2017
We are thrilled that you are considering traveling to Haiti with Kozefò! Our main purpose of this trip is to build relationship with the students, their families, and the staff at A New Arrival Center Primary School in the Pernier neighborhood of Port-Au-Prince, Haiti. We hope that you are excited to experience a week of new adventures using the gifts that God has given you!
On this page, you will find all of the resources you need to prepare for the trip in October. Please review all of the information to make sure that you have everything you need.
If you have any other questions, you can always contact Steve Asper at email@example.com.
Important Dates to Remember
Before traveling with Kozefo, you will need to purchase travel insurance. We recommend Volunteer Card, which insures trip delays, doctor visits, medical evacuations, and baggage loss. Choose a plan that is right for you.
Medical recommendations can be found here. You may want to discuss your travel plans with your physician and make decisions regarding vaccinations and preventative medications.
- Mountains Beyond Mountains by Tracy Kidder
- Restavec: From Haitian Slave Child to Middle-Class American by Jean Robert-Cadet
If you do not have a passport yet, you must apply for one as soon as possible so that you receive it within plenty of time before we travel.
Learn Names & Faces
Familiarize yourself with the ANA Students and Teachers & Staff, you can find their names and photos by clicking the buttons below.
Teach a Song
Teach an Instrument
Teach a Dance
Make an Instrument (Rain Maker, Rattle, Drum, etc)
Arts & Crafts
Popsicle Stick Art
Make Your Own Jewelry
Loue, loue. Glwa a Jezi Peche-m yo efase (2x)
Loue Loue Loue Amèn Alelouya (2x)
Loue Letènèl, Loue Letènèl (2x)
Loue, Loue, Loure, Loure (2x)
Glory, glory, Praise to Jesus! He washed my sins away (2x)
Glory, glory, glory. Amen Alleluia (2x)
All glory to God, All glory to God (2x)
All praise, all praise (2x)
Minneapolis to Port-au-Prince
Monday Oct 16 Depart: 5:20 AM / Arrive: 2:30P PM
Florida to Port-au-Prince
To Be Determined
Port-au-Prince to Minneapolis
Monday Oct 23 Depart: 3:30 PM / Arrive 10:45 PM
Port-au-Prince to Florida
To Be Determined
Trip Itinerary | October, 2017
- Travel and arrive at Guest house
- ANAC School - all day
- AM - Visit other schools
- PM - ANAC
- AM - Metal Market
- PM - ANAC & Home Visits
- AM - Water Truck
- PM - ANAC
- AM Party Prep
- PM Party
- AM Church
- PM Beach
They will provide linens, towels, showers, & fans in bedrooms, Wi-Fi Internet Access, and cold drinks ($1)
Amenities include: a delicious breakfast, where fruits are always their freshest and locally grown coffee simmers every morning, free appetizing dinners, free wireless Internet access, a naturally heated pool, open terraces, a tennis court, table tennis, and beautiful views.
1 Carry On Bag
Pack all of your clothes and personal items in this bag. It should be small enough to fit into the overhead compartment. See airline website for requirements.
1 Backpack or Personal Item
You are allowed to bring one personal item in addition to your carry on suitcase. Back a backpack or large purse with snacks, notebooks, empty water bottle, ziplock bag for all 3oz liquids (see MSP guidelines), and other miscellaneous items.
1 Checked Bag, less than 50 lbs.
This will primarily be used for supplies. Prior to the trip, we will be distributing supplies and packing lists for items we need to bring with us.
3 copies: At home, checked bag & carry-on bag
Suggested $100 if you want to purchase gifts/souvenirs/snacks
Light weight clothing
shorts and tanks tops are acceptable
you will be hot and sweaty!
Nice Skirt/Dress (for the gals),
Nice Button Up/Slacks (for the guys)
Swimsuit & Beach Towel
Good Walking Shoes
There are rocky, dirt roads.
with straps for church (gals)
for the shower, at the guesthouse
Bug Spray (Including DEET)
Night-time sleep aid
For Your Planned Activities
You and your group must bring all supplies needed for your planned activities.
To Restock the School:
(Pack whatever of these items that you can in your checked bag)
Printer Paper, Construction Paper
Large Chart Paper
Blue Ink Pens
Bottles of Glue, Glue Sticks
Pencils, Colored Pencils, Crayons
Balloons, Streamers, Banners
For the Apparent Project:
Empty cereal boxes
We will not be eating prepared lunches during our trip. Be prepared to eat snacks in the afternoons to tide you over until dinner.
Note: No chocolate! (It melts too quickly)
peanut butter (DO NOT pack in carry on bag - it will be taken away at security)
Bible, Journal and Pen
Refillable Water bottle
We will only be drinking filtered water during our stay. Water bottles are necessary.
Alarm Clock (battery operated) (optional)
Ear plugs (optional)
Flashlight with batteries (optional)
Bandana, Hat, or Visor
Camera (batteries or charging cord, extra memory card) (optional)
Playing Cards or small board games (optional)