Cultural Education and Understanding thru the Arts







ClicAbroad engages US students in projects of discovery overseas, learning culture and community thru the arts, focusing on photography and videography.





Documentary: Elephants in the Coffee






With students from Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, we have created a Documentary about the plight of Elephants in a small National Park with coffee plantations right up to the boundary.  Elephants don’t see lines on a map, and conflict ensues.






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Austin Morris, Tom Grant and D.K. Bhaskar with cameras after a shoot in southern India.

Austin Morris, Tom Grant and D.K. Bhaskar at the capture of two elephants in southern India.

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Elephants in the Coffee

Our Award Winning, Student-led  Documentary

Student Role in Videography


Student Role in Production


Award Winning


‘Elephants in the Coffee’ documentary is screening around the world

The documentary in collaboration with Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College in Tifton is complete and is showing in...
Austin Morris, Tom Grant and D.K. Bhaskar with cameras after a shoot in southern India.

College students: Join us on our next trip

D.K. Bhaskar and Tom Grant will lead another trip to southern India to study ongoing conflicts between farmers and...

Answering the unanswered

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Why my India trips leave me sad.

 By, Abha Rai I believe that I am a proud Indian in every aspect. I am exhilarated about my rich cultural heritage,...

How married women in India are exploited in the name of marital rape.

By, Abha Rai  Recent statistics state that about 95% of rape cases in India are committed by a person known to the...

My hero, my Inspiration-A day into Usha’s life!

By Abha Rai Poverty is not a notion that any of us growing up in India have been unfamiliar with. The word does become...

Satish and the King Cobra

By Shelby Evans Snake Satish asks me if I want to come closer. I shake my head, “No.” He grabs my forearm and pulls....

Understanding India: Around the Coffee Plantation

A few days into the trip we ventured into the coffee plantations. Wild elephants kept meandering through the coffee...


It was like a scene from Jurassic Park. Our group piled into a boat with bench seats and a canopy, each of us...


From 1399 to 1974 Maharajas lived in Mysore Palace. Featuring unique architecture, sprawling lawns and eight different...

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Translate Elephants in the Coffee

To save lives, both human and elephants, school children and villagers living near elephants on coffee plantations in India need to see “Elephants in the Coffee” in their local language.  Help us TRANSLATE AND BRING IT TO THEM. We need your support to take the award winning documentary “Elephants in the Coffee” to the local villages and schools and community centers in southern India (Karnataka).

Bring School Supplies to a Remote Village

Our remote village in the national park in the himalayas doesn’t even have a chalkboard, a table or school supplies.  Help us outfit these children with the basic tools needed to help them learn.