One of the chldren receiving a receiving a ChicoBag
A woman receiving a ChicoBag
Team photo with the two doctors and the headmaster
Some of the children in a two room schoolhouse
Head lice shampoo
The head lice shampoo “spa” compared to the “cost cutter salon”
One of the children decided to paint on another’s chest. How appropriate to paint a heart!
Some of the team members enjoying a little soccer – a very popular sport in Honduras
Some of the team members enjoying a game of soccer
One of the girls with her new donated ChicoBag
Painting the two room schoolhouse
One of the school teachers helping to paint the school
Teacher helping to paint the school
One of the men from the area assisting with leveling out a storage cabinet for the school supplies
One of the two desks the school has for the teachers
One of the school teacher’s desks
Inside the newly painted school
The outside of the newly painted school
View of the school from the schoolmaster’s home
Gathering in the school house
This is the school master Virginia handing out the ChicoBags that were donated. This is a part of our education to the people in Honduras on the extreme hazards of burning plastic bags. We are teaching them to use reuseable bags
Villagers receiving ChicoBags
Another view of the bridge
The dentist that worked on over 75 children cleaning and extracting some teeth during a two day dental brigade
A younger villager
Pictures of the two room school house before it was painted.
School house before painting
School house shelves before painting
Painting the school house
Painting the outside of the school house
Painting the inside of the school house
A child helping paint the outside of the school house
Our next project was to build a bridge to allow access to and from the village during the rainy season.
When we arrived, we found that the government had stepped up and started to build the bridge that will allow access to and from the village during the rainy season. We received the photos of the completed bridge after we returned from the trip.
Now the village is accessible during the rainy season!
Since the government built the bridge, our next big project is to assist in raising funds to construct a library/community building.