Thanks to you and our amazing community of supporters who span the globe, Abraham's Path has made some amazing strides! I'll share a few updates with you all here:
We have a cartographer currently scouting new trails and mapping the existing 400km of walkable Path. These maps will be published online this summer.
We've hosted numerous photographers, filmmakers, writers and journalists to collect stories from the people and places along the way. This inspiring footage, which we are still collecting, will be published online this summer in a virtual Abraham's Path guidebook.
Thanks to our local partners, we are even going to be featured in the brand new edition of Lonely Planet-Turkey with a separate highlighted box, signifying "Worth A Trip"! This story will help shine a light on the Path and bring more walkers to our Path communities.
This year we'll be able to co-host with our partners our second women's exchange program between Palestinian women living in villages in the West Bank and Bedouin women living in Israel's Negev desert. I was able to meet with some of these lovely ladies this January and they are so looking forward to the next exchange!
Documentary filmmaker Adam Shamash who is based in Amman has just produced a beautiful film of the Path in Jordan which will be published online this summer!
There is so much progress on Abraham's Path and we could not do it without you! So please tell your friends, stay involved, and build the Path with us.
Fear not, walk on!
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