On Tuesday, Rob attended a project inauguration in La Embajada, Camoapa with the Nicaraguan and Canadian Red Cross, municipal representatives, church representatives and local community members. La Embajada is quite a distance from the town of Camoapa, about 1.5 hours driving. Luckily the road has recently been repaired. They say it used to take up to 4 hours!
The high school kids did a few dance numbers for us which was cute, as shown above.
Although that was nice, it really was all about the 50 latrines that the community built. Here is Flor below from the Red Cross, cutting a ribbon with the latrine owner.
This project was financed by the municipality of Camoapa, the Red Cross and El Porvenir (through donations from several private donors).
Thursday, July 8, 2010
Inaugurating Project with the Red Cross, Camoapa
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