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 the islands off the coast of Panama to continue to support the village of Ngobe people adjacent to the Wood family missionaries from the state of Washington. In the past, Hydromissions provided a well, latrine, hygiene education and additional well drilling training. The homes in the village are spread around two different terrains. One cluster of homes is built over the water, mixed in with the mud and mangroves. The other cluster of homes is built on the hills, out of the tidal flood zone. The homes on the hill have closer access to the well built in 2014. The particular cluster of houses built in the mangroves has a man who is bedridden (paralyzed) and his daughters paddle their cayuco (canoe) over every day to get water. In addition, a new school was constructed in the village.
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