5

We've worked in over
5 developing countries,

129

and completed 129
school projects,

21,128

which serve 21,128
students this year.

Featured Project:

Escuela Carlos Kattán, Honduras

El Caulote is an extremely remote rural community. When SCW first arrived, students were learning in a tiny, dilapidated one-room classroom. Education was not a priority in the community and the rate of students dropping out of school was high. SCW worked with the Municipality and community to...
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    Happy Independence Day! While we celebrate July 4th with fireworks and parades, Honduras and Haiti have their own unique customs.

    Honduras gained independence from Spain on Sept 15th, 1821 along with the 5 other Central American countries. They celebrate by marching a torch through each country and passing it on at the borders. Schools celebrate throughout the month with parades, lighting torches and traditional dance performances.

    Haiti gained independence from France on January 1st, 1804. Along with fireworks and street dances, they have a tradition to make and serve homemade soup! During France’s rule of Haiti, the soup was considered a delicacy and forbidden to the slaves. Since Independence in 1804, Haitians have enjoyed this comforting soup as a historical tribute to Haitian Independence Day, and to celebrate the world’s first and only successful slave revolution that resulted in an independent nation.
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    Happy Independence Day! While we celebrate July 4th with fireworks and parades, Honduras and Haiti have their own unique customs. 

Honduras gained independence from Spain on Sept 15th, 1821 along with the 5 other Central American countries. They celebrate by marching a torch through each country and passing it on at the borders. Schools celebrate throughout the month with parades, lighting torches and traditional dance performances.

Haiti gained independence from France on January 1st, 1804. Along with fireworks and street dances, they have a  tradition to make and serve homemade soup! During France’s rule of Haiti, the soup was considered a delicacy and forbidden to the slaves. Since Independence in 1804, Haitians have enjoyed this comforting soup as a historical tribute to Haitian Independence Day, and to celebrate the world’s first and only successful slave revolution that resulted in an independent nation.Image attachment

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