Some, Tonnes, None

Overview

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Participants must deal, first hand, with the unequal distribution of food on our planet. By the end of this exercise, they understand why hunger is, by far, the biggest killer in the world today.

 

Available Booking Schedules

We run our primary-aged programmes at our site across a morning booking-slot daily, Tuesday to Saturday. The schedule is as follows:

09:45     Arrival, bathroom break, name-tags

10:00     Introduction to the programme

10:30     Simulation

11:30     Visit to our Fair Trade Café and Shop

12:00     End of programme

 Alternatively, the program can be combined with a tour. In this instance, the schedule would be as follows:

09:45     Arrival, bathroom break, name-tags

10:00     Introduction to the programme

10:30     Simulation

11:30     Tour of Crossroads

12:30     Visit to our Fair Trade Café and Shop

13:00     End of programme

Some groups opt to bring a packed lunch with them to enjoy at our site before departure.

 

Practical Information

  • Booking: Participation is by booking. If you would like to make a booking, kindly fill in our online booking form.
  • Language: This programme is available in English, Cantonese and Mandarin.
  • Suggested Group Size: We tend to suggest a minimum number of participants of 20 and a maximum of 100.
  • Program fee: There is a program fee for this programme. Please email us for a quotation.
  • Suggested age-range for programme: 5-10 years old
  • Please check out our Booking FAQ’s for details on:
    • The terms and conditions of your booking (including our cancellation and weather policy, and what happens if your number of participants changes)
    • What to bring when you visit
    • Directions to our site
    • .. and more
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