We had the privilege of sending Kieth Larrimore as our consultant down to Oaxaca, Mexico in May, 2006 to train over 20 local and foreign missionaries on well drilling and general appropriate water technologies. The trip was organized by Global Frontier Missions. The hope is that these newly equipped missionaries will branch out to several other countries as they are called.
Water Technologies Training
EXP-50 testing, New latrine with 5 toilets for school, Attempted digging wells in a rocky dry region, Wells, Water Technologies Training, Radio tower set-up, Medical Clinics
We had the privilege of sending Kieth Larrimore as our consultant down to Oaxaca, Mexico in May, 2006 to train over 20 local and foreign missionaries on well drilling and general appropriate water technologies.
Hydromissions returned to Isla Bastimentos, Bocas del Toro in Panama, where they drilled a well in March 2014. On this project, Hydromissions was going back to the same community of about 80 Ngobe villagers. During their first trip, the team found out that the village did not have a bathroom facility. Everyone practiced open defecation in the mangroves (swampy) areas of the village. According to WHO, 1.1 billion people practice open defecation worldwide. The health risks with that practice are extreme, especially when combined with an area where they do not have basic hygiene practices (i.e. don’t wash their hands).
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