Trip locations: Honduras, Panama, and Nicaragua

Water Brigades Volunteers assist in designing and implementing water systems to prevent water related illnesses in communities with limited access to clean water. With a sufficient quantity of properly treated water, community members can decrease the spread of water related illnesses and ultimately live healthier more productive lives.

Volunteers will:

  • Work alongside community members to construct the large-scale water systems planned and designed by in-country team members and community leaders
  • Provide education and training so that the community can properly administer, operate, and maintain their water system

A Water Council and Basic Sanitation Committee are then established in communities to ensure the sustainability of the community’s system as well as to improve sanitation and hygiene practices.

To learn more about us or to get involved, please visit our Facebook Page or contact

Geffen Kozikaro | geffen8@msn.com


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