The Hanna Project (THP) tackled three projects on three continents in three months. Each project fulfilled the NGO’s promise to bring help, hope, and healing to those in need worldwide.
In August, a team of ten traveled to Ecuador. Serving August 21-29, the team expanded the cafeteria at Antioch Christian Academy, a rapidly expanding dual language school in the jungles of Ecuador.
A five-man team traveled to Doropo, Côte d’Ivoire, Africa, September 3-14. In partnership with BERACA, the Ivorian NGO that operates the Doropo Hospital, and 11 Ivorian workers the team worked to improve the hospital. Tasks accomplished included painting, replacing screen wire on windows, replacing broken window panes and window pane mechanisms, putting locks on doors, replacing plywood panels on doors, building a roof on a porch, electrical and plumbing repairs, repair of two generators, and the installation of a new sound system for evangelism in the hospital.
A team of seven served in Kulyab, Tajikistan, October 1-10. The team continued a project begun in 2013, providing a youth residence home for boys. General labor yielded improvements to the building that serves as home to 20 youth who would otherwise live on the streets. The team also distributed eyeglasses to those in need of them.
THP will return to each of these areas in 2016 to reinforce the help, hope, and healing. Anyone interested in participating in a THP trip (to one of these locations or others) may complete the interest form online or email Curt Holland (firstname.lastname@example.org).