Summer 2012 - Harvest Initiative


Base Site Construction

Construction at the base site got started in earnest with the addition of a second floor volunteer housing over the current containers that serve as workshop and distribution center for the Kids vs Hunger food. For a long time we have needed space of our own to house visitors and interns close to our largest projects. The addition is set up like a three bedroom apartment with kitchen, bathrooms and some common areas.

We are continually working to make the base more useful for all the schools, churches, water projects and other ministries it supports.



Atlantic Coast

Well Drilling in Alamikamba - clean water can be dirty work!

The radio tower at Alamikamba where our radio program is broadcast in Miskitu.

This year we are ramping up our presence in the Tribal areas of the Atlantic Coast. We have visited the area a lot and have built up a good relationship with several communities. Because of the distance it has been difficult for us to really put our feet on the ground there with church planting and significant long term presence as we feel called to do. This year we have been blocking out more time to be present in the area to follow up on our water projects as well as other opportunities.

The school is blessed to have many friends in the US that participate in many ways. The Lebanon United Methodist has sent teams do activities with the kids, see pictures below. They also have contributed labor and supplies for new classrooms and the perimeter security wall.


“My righteousness is near, My salvation has gone forth, And My arms will judge the peoples; The coastlands will wait for Me, And for My arm they will wait expectantly. Isaiah 51:5



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