Hygiene Training for Schools in Santa Cruz and San Manuel Colohete-Lempira

Posted on by Diana Calix

On February 5, Oneida Lara of ADEC and Vocational Training Team (VTT) of the Global Grant # 25815 , sponsored by: Rotary Foundation (TRF), Rotary Club of South Jacksonville (D-6970), Fort Mill Rotary Club (D-7750) and the Rotary Club of Copan Ruins (D-4250), led by Rotarian James Chansler gave two trainings in Good Hygiene Habits in schools in the communities of Santa Cruz and San Manuel Colohete in the department of Lempira, gathering approximately 45 people between mothers and children in every school, they explained how to wash hands properly, the importance of hygiene in the home and personal hygiene, how to avoid diseases by drinking water quality. ADEC and VTT group, gift to children grooming a kit, consisting of a towel, soap, toothpaste and toothbrushes and comb. Also, they gave two microscopes in schools, donated by Esperanza Middle School (Maryland) through the Rotary Club Steve King St. Marys County (D-7620).

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