Located in central Peru, Abancay was founded in 1574. It is the capital and most important city of the Apurímac Region and also the capital of the Abancay Province. The name of the province Apurimac, comes from the quechua word Apu = God , Rimac = Speak; that means "The Speaking God". The population of Abancay is about 55,000 people.
Located on the summit of the Copper Canyon, this Pima Indian village is a ten hour drive south from Juarez, Mexico. Babicora has a population of 300 people with an additional estimation of 20,000 living within the copper canyon.
Located about 20 km (or a 25-minute drive) on a rough road from the Siaya town centre in the Nyanza Province on the West side of Kenya, Boro is a community of about 1700 families. It is composed of one tribal group called the the Luo; they are a close-knit group of people that have a well-structured, traditional community leadership.
Caiman is a small village located 5.1km south of Pignon in the Nord Department of Haiti. Like many Haitian villages, voodoo beliefs and practices have been pervasive in the area. United Christian International (UCI) was estabilished in the region in 2005, and their impact has been immense.