Trinidad and Tobago

A Message of Solidarity from Trinidad and Tobago

A Message of Solidarity from Trinidad and Tobago

Please enjoy this uplifting message of solidarity and support from…

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Community Engagement: an International Journey

Community Engagement: an International Journey

Introducing the Hill District Global Engagement Coalition! Pittsburgh’s youth are…

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Top 10 foods to try in Trinidad and Tobago

Top 10 foods to try in Trinidad and Tobago

Trinidad and Tobago offer a unique culinary experience that is…

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Health and Safety: Zika Virus

With over 9,000 safe placements over the past 22 years,…

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How Does Amizade Build New Partnerships?

How Does Amizade Build New Partnerships?

We’re often asked the question, “How does Amizade build new…

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Health & Safety: Chikungunya Virus

The health and safety of our participants is of the…

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Grace’s Service-Learning Adventure: Part 5

Grace’s Service-Learning Adventure: Part 5

Why Matelot? Is what many people may be wondering. What is the draw to this area? Why do residents think this could be a tourist destination?

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Grace’s Service-Learning Adventure: Part 4

Grace’s Service-Learning Adventure: Part 4

We had the pleasure of working with some very talented Matelot natives in exploring the local culture. Michelle, one of the founding members of the Dorca’s Women’s Group spent an afternoon demonstrating head wraps and dress wraps using a Parea, which is a piece of cloth that can be made of a variety of fabrics with different patterns that can be tied or pinned to create head wraps, dresses, skirts, shirts and other articles of clothing.

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Grace’s Service Learning Adventure: Part 3

Grace’s Service Learning Adventure: Part 3

Our main instructor in the field of fruits, nuts, and other vegetation was Mr. Jose. Mr. Jose is a Matelot native who lives on the back road of the community. Matelot is basically situated on two hills – the main road runs up and down these hills and the two additional roads circle around the outside, one on the coast and the other up on a ridge in the back. Mr. Jose lived on the ridge.

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