After way too long in various planes and a few nights sleeping along the way, I’m happy to finally be in Kiriwa! … More “We have come for the Engineer”
Six flights, four nights and then I’ll be in Papua New Guinea… … More Papua New Guinea!
I am so sorry for the radio silence.
Although I have not been writing project updates, I have still been working on projects. … More Radio Silence
We finished training the new students in the Goat program and already have plans to return to construct a large water project in June! … More Orevwa Haiti! Goodbye USA! Hola Panama!
I returned safe and sound from Barbuda and now I’m off to Haiti! … More Home and Away Again
Three fabulous volunteers showed up in Panama! Choppy water, slippery logs, mangrove mud and “that cacao drink” were all part of their experiences … More Three Volunteers (and TWO video clips!)
A “drilling day” turned into a “scout day” in one of the most beautiful communities in the province. … More Hidden Valley (aka LOTS OF HILLS!)
Each Hydromissions project is unique because we work in many countries, most of which have different climates, languages and cultures within themselves. … More Panama Projects
One of the first projects in Panama was to check out a new community called Dejada for a potential rain catchment system. Dejada was described as being near another community that I thought was called “Charcoal.” It sounded like “Charcoal” or “Sharcoal,” but it was neither. It was called “Shark Hole.” I am not joking- I felt a … More 5 Awesome Volunteers!
Leaving a community doesn’t get easier the more often you do it… … More “We will remember you…when we use our toilets”