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We’re proud to be starting 2019 by supporting the work of MAP International, a global health and relief organization that provides disaster relief aid both domestically and internationally. MAP has been working over the past year to support migrant children and families who are seeking asylum in the United States. Many of these families and […]

Honduras

Honduras

In 2017 and 2018, For One Another partnered with Sustainable Empowerment Leadership Foundation (SELF) to provide clean water to four communities in Honduras. SELF is a non-governmental organization (NGO) that empowers people in communities, foreign volunteers, and SELF staff to make alliances and sustainably solve community problems. SELF works to ensure that each project be a collaboration of different organizations, municipalities, community members, and other relevant parties.

The Clean Water Team: Community members in Nuevo Paraíso and SELF staff and volunteers

Clean Water Infrastructure

SELF has been working with seven communities in the municipalities of Cantarranas, Francisco Morazan and Moroceli, El Paraíso to implement a series of programs and projects that guarantee development in health, education, infrastructure, community economy, and women’s health, among others. In 2017, FOA donated to support the installation of clean water infrastructure, including an elevated water tank, in the community of Nuevo Paraíso, about 30 minutes outside of Tegucigalpa. The clean water project was completed in April of 2018, and is currently providing more than 1,400 people, including the students of Nuevo Paraíso’s community school, with clean water for the first time in over 40 years.

Construction of the water tower in Nuevo Paraiso in 2018

Water Filters

In 2018 FOA also partnered with SELF to install water filters to the Suyapa, Chandala and Bosque communities in Honduras. SELF staff and volunteers oversaw the installation and use of filters in these communities’ schools and medical/dental centers, which will benefit the community members who are most vulnerable to the effects of unsafe drinking water.

Demonstration and installation of water filters

We are so grateful to be able to support sustainable clean water projects in partnership with SELF! You can learn more about SELF and their work at http://www.selfhn.org.

Honduras

Honduras

In 2017 and 2018, For One Another partnered with Sustainable Empowerment Leadership Foundation (SELF) to provide clean water to four communities in Honduras. SELF is a non-governmental organization (NGO) that empowers people in communities, foreign volunteers, and SELF staff to make alliances and sustainably solve community problems. SELF works to ensure that each project be a collaboration of different organizations, municipalities, community members, and other relevant parties.

The Clean Water Team: Community members in Nuevo Paraíso and SELF staff and volunteers

Clean Water Infrastructure

SELF has been working with seven communities in the municipalities of Cantarranas, Francisco Morazan and Moroceli, El Paraíso to implement a series of programs and projects that guarantee development in health, education, infrastructure, community economy, and women’s health, among others. In 2017, FOA donated to support the installation of clean water infrastructure, including an elevated water tank, in the community of Nuevo Paraíso, about 30 minutes outside of Tegucigalpa. The clean water project was completed in April of 2018, and is currently providing more than 1,400 people, including the students of Nuevo Paraíso’s community school, with clean water for the first time in over 40 years.

Construction of the water tower in Nuevo Paraiso in 2018

Water Filters

In 2018 FOA also partnered with SELF to install water filters to the Suyapa, Chandala and Bosque communities in Honduras. SELF staff and volunteers oversaw the installation and use of filters in these communities’ schools and medical/dental centers, which will benefit the community members who are most vulnerable to the effects of unsafe drinking water.

Demonstration and installation of water filters

We are so grateful to be able to support sustainable clean water projects in partnership with SELF! You can learn more about SELF and their work at http://www.selfhn.org.


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