Interested in traveling to El Salvador with MASCP?
The theme this year is water quality, water rights, and what the world's sugarcane production has to do with water and environmental quality in El Salvador.
Come to Finca Coffee (2500 Rimrock Rd, Madison, on January 20, February 17, or March 16 from 10-noon for a great cup of Salvadoran coffee and Salvadoran quesadillas (yum!), visit with friends of MASCP, and learn about the upcoming trip to Arcatao in June 2024.
On the trip, we’ll be talking with social justice activists in San Salvador, visiting the organized southern community of Las Anonas where sugar cane is produced and of course, we’ll renew friendships in Arcatao where our sister city is fighting to retain control of their water and avoid privatization.
In 2023, our trip included Eunice Gibson, in her 80’s, Daniel Quintanilla, not quite 20, and all the decades in between.
Anyone is welcome! US El Salvador Sister City Staff will make all the arrangements for us in El Salvador.
At Finca Coffee, there will be a table reserved for our group. Past MASCP travelers are encouraged to come share their experiences. Old friends and new friends are welcome. It’s an MASCP reunion, discussion and planning meeting for our 2024 trip all rolled into one.
See our MASCP 2024 Delegation on our website.
Madison Arcatao Sister City Project MASCP email@example.com