Photos from HondurasOct 7, 2014Allie READY TO GO! More luggage than we’ve ever taken GOING OUT TO THE COMMUNITIES It was hard work visiting the communities IN THE DITCH We got stuck almost every day WATER TESTING WORKSHOPS Community leaders learning about clean water. STUDYING WATER TESTING Community leaders learned how to test their local water supply. HAND WASHING PRACTICE School children learning to really wash their hands. BELEN GUALCHO A Spanish Colonial town in the highlands of Honduras INTERPRETING RESULTS Water testing training HONDURAS GRADUATES Graduation ceremony from workshop ROCKET STOVES Rocket stoves are safer, cleaner and cheaper than open fires. SCHOOL PERFORMANCE We were received with traditional dancing LOCAL LEADERS DID THE TRAINING Community leaders shared what they learned. VISITING COMMUNITIES ON HORSEBACK Some communities were very remote. ROCKET STOVES WERE WELL ACCEPTED Families saw their advantages SOLAR STOVES Learning how to pasteurize water simply. A COMMUNITY PROGRAM Each day we visited a different community. PROJECT GLOBAL VILLAGE Our Partners in Honduras CLEAN HANDS! They also learned a hand washing song. DEMONSTRATING THE WAPI’S PAG staff was very involved in the training. MAKING A VIDEO Our partners were making a video of our project. Mountain Community in Honduras Read more about the trip.