May 3-12, 2019 ~ in Santiago de Cuba & Havana!

You are invited to join the U.S. Women & Cuba Collaboration on our 2019 Delegation!  Our educational program serves as an opportunity to learn from and exchange with Cuban women grassroots and national leaders while offering us other cultural perspectives and best practices about relevant critical issues facing the U.S.  This People-to-People Licensed Delegation will provide insights into the reality of the lives of Cuban women and girls as well as how Cuba’s political and economic systems grounded on a commitment to human rights for all shape this reality.  We are seeking U.S. women with a diverse array of experiences and backgrounds to participate in our Delegation.

Trip Co-Leaders Jan Strout and Lauren Gette-King are both Instructors at Montana State University and intrepid travelers to Cuba and Latin America.  They have lead numerous Delegations to Cuba and the Americas and are co-founders of women’s human rights campaigns, Cuba solidarity, peace and justice organizations locally and nationally with a focus on gender, racial, economic justice and the politics of sexuality.

PRIORITY DEADLINE TO APPLY is on or before Monday, February 25, 2019

Email for our Application package with details and pricing:



In Santiago de Cuba

*Cuba’s Health Care System of Family Doctors,

Maternity Hospital and mental health

*Women’s Human Rights with Federation of Cuban Women (FMC) & Vilma Espín Museum

*LGBTQIA+ Rights with Lesbian projects

*Afro-Cuban Religions at Caribe House

*Health & the Environment at an Agricultural Cooperative


In Havana

*National Center for Sex Education (CENESEX)

*Latin American School of Medicine (ELAM)

*Global Solidarity projects with ICAP

*Gathering with MAGÍN (leading Women Communicators)

*Encuentro on Women’s Health & Human Rights themes with University of Havana faculty and other Cuban women leaders

*Cultural activities such as Fabrica del Arte, Jazz Clubs, Art Centers and workshops

PLUS  Walking tours of both Cities’ historic sites, museums, Casas de Cultura (Think: Buena Vista Social Club), dancing, time to explore and MORE!


*Round Trip Airfare from Miami to Cuba

*Double Room Accommodation (some Single)

*Breakfast daily plus other meals per program

*In-country air & ground transportation

*Cuban Visa and Health Insurance

*Bi-Lingual Cuban Guide

*Experienced Trip Leaders

* Cuba Study Guide

* Full program of site visits, meetings and exchanges


Organized by the U.S. Women and Cuba Collaboration ( and co-sponsored with GVFC, NOW’s Global Feminist Issues & Strategies Task Force and WILPF’s Cuba and Bolivarian Alliance Comm.