"How does one hold a society together when the
very foundation of the society, the family, is falling apart and in
many ways in Honduras has ceased to exist?" <
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your US $30 per month achieve?
The money will be divided
into 3 modules
The first 1/3rd of the fees will go to the Child
Educational Program to assist with the school fees, uniform, shoes,
The next 1/3rd will be invested into an Orphan
Feeding Program establishing an educational argo project and small
chicken farm. US $30 will be invested into a BioSand
Water Filter to provide clean water for the orphanage,
the school, the church and the Mission House of Prayer.
The last 1/3rd will go towards funding the After
School Club. This will include a child music educational,
character building evangelical teaching program.
United Caribbean Trust is committed
to helping to supply Biosand Water Filters to families within our
child sponsorship program.
How it Works:
water is poured into the top of the filter, and virtually all of the
bad organisms or pathogens are removed in the top two inches of the
filter. The layers of sand remove suspended solids and most micro-organisms.
The Result: Clean, fresh
water flows out of the filter using only gravity.
Childhood diseases due to contaminated drinking water are ended.
The founder of UCT, Jenny Tryhane
and UCT Early Childhood Co-Ordinator, Paulette Scantlebury,
travelled to Haiti mid May and again in December and delivered
and distributed the Make Jesus
Smile shoe boxes.
These boxes are used to introduce
the Child Sponsorship Program. As the child receives the box
and is photographed, information is obtained and a web page
is created for that child and the potential is establised to
be sponsored and have a life changing experience.
We have boxes packed by the children of Barbados
for children in the school at Ocote in Hondurus.
"There can be no keener revelation of society's
soul than the way in which it treats its children."
In Honduras, there is a high incidence of abuse being
suffered by the children. One fourth of the children arriving at the
nutrition center have suffered sexual abuse these children are all
under 5 years of age. <
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