Project Honduras

By Joseph Russell As a student of international development, one topic rarely discussed in readings or the classroom is relationships. How do you build trust in the community where you will be working? How do you navigate the personalities of a …

Project Honduras 2009/2010 has geared up and is in full swing. There is a brand new team of students led by 2nd year students and returning Project Honduras team members, Marika Butler and Ryan Carrington. While the trip to Roatán …

In addition to lessons on environmental protection, members of Project Honduras taught dental hygiene to students in first through sixth grades. The goal of the curriculum was to teach the importance of dental hygiene and to design a feasible system …

The members of GPPI Project Honduras have returned from Roatan with new insight into the island politics and educational structure. While on the island, members of the group focused on three areas: environmental protection, dental health, and water access. Through …

Members of Project Honduras are just hours away from an early morning flight to Roatán. Making the trip down with us are several suitcases filled with school and dental supplies, which were kindly donated by friends, family, and a number …

Two weeks from today, GPPI’s Project Honduras will depart for Roatan. To prepare for the trip, the group has collected school and dental supplies from many individuals and organizations, including Highlights for Children Magazine and Dr. David Halpern of Columbia …

Students from Project Honduras depart in less than 3 months and preparations are underway to ensure that the students have the resources needed to execute their planned projects . There are several fundraising activities planned for this semester, such as …

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