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Clinica Las Manzanas!

Hi everyone, After last night's thunderstorms, today was a beautiful day in Honduras. We began our day by touring the Escuela de Esperanza, which means "school of hope" and is supported by HOI. We met several of the children and were able to see their classrooms, library and playground and soccer fields that are currently under construction. The children seemed excited to see us and one young girl spoke to us in English! After touring the school we traveled to the clinic located in the village of Las Manzanas to visit patients. We saw between 60-70 patients and have really come together as a team! Things ran smoothly and our team seems to work really well together. The Honduran people were gracious as always and were waiting on us when we arrived. It has been a great two weeks and most of us cannot believe that our last clinic day is tomorrow. We have all been making photos to share when we return and I know that our appreciation for simple things such as clean running water and sanitation will forever be changed. Thank you to all our family and friends for praying for us and supporting us! We have been blessed by the people we have met in Honduras and only hope that we have been able to give back to them. - Amber

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Clinica Las Manzanas!

Hi everyone, After last night's thunderstorms, today was a beautiful day in Honduras. We began our day by touring the Escuela de Esperanza, which means "school of hope" and is supported by HOI. We met several of the children and were able to see their classrooms, library and playground and soccer fields that are currently under construction. The children seemed excited to see us and one young girl spoke to us in English! After touring the school we traveled to the clinic located in the village of Las Manzanas to visit patients. We saw between 60-70 patients and have really come together as a team! Things ran smoothly and our team seems to work really well together. The Honduran people were gracious as always and were waiting on us when we arrived. It has been a great two weeks and most of us cannot believe that our last clinic day is tomorrow. We have all been making photos to share when we return and I know that our appreciation for simple things such as clean running water and sanitation will forever be changed. Thank you to all our family and friends for praying for us and supporting us! We have been blessed by the people we have met in Honduras and only hope that we have been able to give back to them. - Amber

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