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In 2014 I visited India on behalf of For One Another and with Hope Abides, a wonderful organization supporting education for orphans in India. Through Hope Abide’s existing connections with orphanages throughout India we were able to distribute Sawer Point1 water filters provided by For One Another to local communities in need. Carrie Beth had […]

Ecuador

Ecuador

We were able to help over 398 people receive the gift of clean, safe drinking water. We worked near the coast in a community called “Cupa”, a school in Machachi (located in South Quito) and also at an orphanage in North Quito. We trained and taught the people how to use and clean their filters for long term success. The work in Ecuador continues. We plan to help in these same areas of Ecuador in the near future.

 

Coastal Visit

Carrie Beth and Stephanie Peterson visited our friends on the coast to check on the finished house, talk to the kids in school about their progress and see the changes that the baby on the medical program has made. Everybody looks great and baby Yaquier has improved so much I barely recognized him. Thank you for all your support, you have made a great difference in the lives of all these people!!

coastal-visit

 

Crucita’s New House

Puerto El Morro, Ecuador
 
Project: Crucita´s house! STATUS COMPLETED APRIL 1ST 2010! This single mother of 7 is living with 4 other adults and 14 children in a 2 room house since her husband left 2 years ago. It has a muddy dirt floor and 2 rooms. She has a very ill 1 1/2 yr. old (stage 3 malnourished) that needs constant attention and so she can’t work. Her oldest (14) and another (9) sell clams they find in town. They are hard workers. We are building them a new house, sending the oldest to school and working on a medical program to save this baby’s life.
 

crucitas-new-house-during

crucitas-new-house

Ecuador

Ecuador

We were able to help over 398 people receive the gift of clean, safe drinking water. We worked near the coast in a community called “Cupa”, a school in Machachi (located in South Quito) and also at an orphanage in North Quito. We trained and taught the people how to use and clean their filters for long term success. The work in Ecuador continues. We plan to help in these same areas of Ecuador in the near future.

 

Coastal Visit

Carrie Beth and Stephanie Peterson visited our friends on the coast to check on the finished house, talk to the kids in school about their progress and see the changes that the baby on the medical program has made. Everybody looks great and baby Yaquier has improved so much I barely recognized him. Thank you for all your support, you have made a great difference in the lives of all these people!!

coastal-visit

 

Crucita’s New House

Puerto El Morro, Ecuador
 
Project: Crucita´s house! STATUS COMPLETED APRIL 1ST 2010! This single mother of 7 is living with 4 other adults and 14 children in a 2 room house since her husband left 2 years ago. It has a muddy dirt floor and 2 rooms. She has a very ill 1 1/2 yr. old (stage 3 malnourished) that needs constant attention and so she can’t work. Her oldest (14) and another (9) sell clams they find in town. They are hard workers. We are building them a new house, sending the oldest to school and working on a medical program to save this baby’s life.
 

crucitas-new-house-during

crucitas-new-house


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