PhotoJournal From Brigades

 

Photo Journal May 2016 Honduras Trip


Nidun with mother and child in clinic


Vicky seeing a patient with Cinthia interpreting



Nidun and others assessing a drunk man
with a sprained ankle



Nidun as dentist, with Lina teaching



Nidun and Melissa working with
microfinance community board



Vicky explains neonatal resuscitation
to patera group



Kindergarten building in Portillon,
with class in session




Closeup of the Portillon kinder benches and desks




Community members carry 100 lb bags
of cement over the mountain trails


Carrying firewood requires huge amounts of
work, and must be done if one wants to eat

 


View from the clinic



Volunteer house where brigade members stay.
12 people shared this 750 sf space




With 12 people in a small space, group
brushing/flossing is a common occurrence


Julie performing shoulder injection


Sue and Cinthia ready to check more patient in



Vicky and Julie working in the
well-stocked pharmacy



Group working hard while sitting in
the eating/meeting area



Group presents a skit to the microfinance class



Bob surrounded by children, the Pied Piper
of San Jose




2016 Scholar recipients

 



Portillon Junior High School classroom




Another view of community members
carrying bags of cement


Even children must work hard carrying firewood.  
Try getting your kids to work this hard.

 


Sunset overlooking mountains on a humid day



People relaxing on the volunteer house
porch at the end of a day




Group toilet and bathing accomodations. Water
bucket is for flushing (when there is water)