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Putting education within reach for young Moroccans

Although most Moroccan children attend primary school, their likelihood of receiving a high-quality education diminishes as they get older. In fact, it’s the U.S. Agency for International Development estimated that less than 15 percent% of today’s first-graders will graduate from high school...

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Destinations: Israel, Morocco

A Down Under bonding trip for mother and son

We’ve always believed that the best way to make your travel dreams a reality is experience our adventures alongside travelers like you. Each year, associates in every OAT department join our travelers to gain richer insight into the places we visit, while discovering both the strengths of each journey and what has opportunities for enhancement ...

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Destinations: Australia

Rediscovering Europe, One Adventure at a Time

This year, we’ve begun to see Europe with fresh eyes, re-imagining favorite destinations from the OAT perspective. While many travel companies stick to tourist routes and iconic landmarks, we’ve turned our attention to leaving the beaten path behind, exploring small villages and rugged landscapes, and focusing on physically experiencing the beauties of the natural world...

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Destinations: Spain

Facilitating happiness, helping orphans in India

Located in the village of Kaduveli in Tanjore, India, Sri Venkateswara Orphanage provides shelter for children whose parents are deceased, incarcerated, physically or mentally ill, or can’t care for a child...

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Destinations: India

Making a difference in East Africa: 85 projects in a single year

With such longstanding ties in East Africa—we’ve been traveling to the region since 1978—OAT feels deeply connected to its people. That’s just one reason we’re so invested in giving back to the local communities, especially when it comes to education...

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Destinations: Tanzania

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