Some beautiful children in the local school that Sociedad Amigos de Los Ninos (SAN) supports.
These are people waiting to be seen by the doctor at the medical brigade held outside of Agua Salada.
This is a class of elementary school children in Agua Salada. This was one of our last projects in April, 2011. We put money towards glass louvered windows so the rain can’t ruin their books and supplies.
These are our board members, along with the Honduran team we worked with for our medical brigades 4/2011
This was a project in 2005 where we helped put a roof over the brick factory. This was one of the only profit-making businesses with the community at that time. Without a roof, the bricks were unable to set and dry properly. This is when we worked with Sociedad Amigos de los Ninos.
Helping others, no matter what you’re age, benefits all. This was also part of the work we did on our 2005 service trip.
The Flor Azul Farm, located in the valley of Moroceli (Honduras) is a fundamental part of the Honduran NGO Sociedad Amigos de los Niños’s project aiming at protecting children against work exploitation which puts at risk their physical and psychological safety.
This was part of our team, the board members of HOPE, arriving to set up for our medical brigade in Agua Salada.
A small child with her father being seen by the doctor at the medical brigade.