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Senegal is known for its Taranga, which means hospitality. Experience the amazing ethnicity through the Senegalese people.

  • Enjoy and Engage with the Wolof, Pular, Jola, Serer, and Fulani People

  • Authentic Naming Ceremony

  • Visit the Fulani Village

  • Enjoy Authentic Senegalese Meals


There are so many great points of interest to visit and learn about while in Senegal. Senegal holds the answers to so many questions about our history.

  • Monument de la Renaissance

  • Goree Island Slave House

  • Safari

  • Lac Rose—Pink Lake

  • Eat Authentic Senegalese Food

  • Fabric and Craft Markets


Our engagement and work with the people of Senegal is what binds us at the heart.

  • Serving People with Leprosy

  • Friendship Day at Citi Radio School

  • Serve the “Talibes Boys" at Les Gônes de Mbour Association

  • Distribute Used Eyeglasses at the Medical Center/Maternity Ward

  • Distribute Bags of Hope

  • Sanitation Project - Community Clean Up

  • Malaria Education - Mosquito Bed Nets Distribution

  • PSN Girls Conference


Approximate Cost: $4,500

(Double  Occupancy)

$250 Non-Refundable Deposit

Airplane Tickets up to $1,500

One Meal Daily up to $12.00

Double Occupancy Housing

Ground Transportation

Naming Ceremony


Admission to Local Attractions

Local Guides

Host Guide


We operate with one goal, one mission, and as one team.

Must be a good fit for the team.

Be financially able.

Must be flexible and willing to adapt as needed.

Be in good physical and emotional health.

Be able to walk at least one mile.

Be able to lift at least 50 pounds.

Dedicate one suitcase to missions.

Align with one area of the missions and work towards execution.

Attend online monthly Orientation Meetings.

All financial responsibilities must be met by January 2022.


Mission Trip Testimonial

“Going on this Missions Trip with Ann Dillard and her team really had such a positive impact on my faith, my belief, and my hope.


We often feel like we are too small to have a BIG impact in the earthly realm. But let me tell you that little becomes MUCH when you place it in the Master’s hands.


As a part of the Missions team, whether I travel or not, I still get to contribute through word, deed and financially of course. Money is not evil and money changes things. We just have to plant in fertile ground.


Project Safety Nets is good soil and the team members are good seeds and the fruit that is harvested is changing the lives of our brothers and sisters in Africa!” ~ Dr. Renetta Weaver

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