MAYAN VILLAGE OF SEPAC
Scattered within the jungle lie many Mayan villages desperate for clean water. Doing what they can to hold on to their heritage and teach their traditions to future generations, they are subjected to malnutrition and poor water conditions which threaten their very existence.
Home to nearly 850 inhabitants and close to a rushing canal, yet not of drop of it can they drink. Polluted by irrigation runoff from neighboring communities this village is in desperate need of a solution for clean water. Their pastor makes a plea...
Beyond the safety support of the village communities, lies a world of isolation. Spreading kilometres deep in the mountain ranges you may be able to find pockets of malnourished individuals and families who are desperately trying to survive on what little they have.
LAS CASITAS & HOPE VILLAGE
High spirited villages joined together for a common goal; the growth of their community as one. Although, halting this progress, is the extremely difficult task of managing their water supply and combating illness.
EL OASIS VILLAGE
A village with a population of about 600, subjected to the bacteria filled water from their wells and streams nearest to them. Tainted with diseases making them constantly sick with no medicine available; their lifespan, drastically reduced because of it.