Honduras Mission Trip

What if one day, you woke up to find the only water you could you drink, shower, or cooked with was from a muddy creek, riddled with feces.

This is more than a “what if” scenario everyday in Honduras. This disease infested water is a reality that we here find hard to embrace and understand, it‘s killing people.

In July 2013, Unsheltered International has the opportunity to go to the Yoro region of Honduras to help install portable, inexpensive, highly efficient water disinfection systems based on simple chlorine generators that run on a 12-volt battery and salt.

Working with Edge Outreach we will help to install, operate, and maintain self-contained mini-water treatment plants  that can generate up to 38,000 liters of drinkable water daily (enough for about 10,000 people). The by-products manufactured in the water purification process can be used to disinfect medical equipment and kill mosquito larvae, reducing the risk of death from unsanitary conditions and malaria.

These purification systems save lives’, but while there we hope to minister to the souls and reach the lost.  If you would like to donate towards this mission trip Click Here!