New Hope For These Children

Here is a quick update from my recent quest for schools in need of help:

I visited 4 schools about 10 days ago and Morales is the school that needs the most help.  Can you picture this dilapidated condition in any of the pre schools most of our children attend? Scary thought isn’t it?

  • The roof is ready to fall in
  • There is no electricity
  • The floors are concrete
  • The building needs a compost bathroom
  • There is no fridge
  • There are very limited school supplies
  • 2o children share only 4 tables
  • A new crib is needed for infants

Last Saturday the Mayor and 10 of my expat friends went to the school to help.

The Mayor has committed to provide some building materials and we have someone to estimate the costs. The community will do the work when they have materials.

I will  keep you informed of our progress with this new project.

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As always… you are welcome to join us on any of our Ecuador Project Hope adventures. Your experiences will be life-changing for the Ecuadorian people and maybe even for you. Imagine the fulfillment of making a significant difference in the lives of these children, their parents and the village people.

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– Micky

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Terri Scarberry August 27, 2011

Micky didn’t mention that another concern is that there is only one entrance/exit to the building. They had a real time of it trying to get everybody out when we had an earthquake the week before.

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