Agua Escasez en Honduras

scucio agua

un nino bebidas sucio agua

Tanto 1/5 de los mundos poblacion no tiene limpia agua – Es 1.1 mil personas.

los ninos recogen agua

Fuera de la siete punto ocho mil personas que vive en Honduras, uno punto dos mil no tienen agua, y dos punto seis mil personas tienen scucio agua. El resultado es muy mal, sies mil ninos morir todos los dias. Sintomas es bebidas sucio agua es diarea y tos. Tambien, Hepetitis es el resultado; que mata dos mil ninos todos los ano. Organizaciones como “Agua para Todos” tienen comenzado a ayudar a la gente sin agua primer proyecto fue en neuvetacientos noventa, y ha contribuido en gran medida con los resultados generales. para el año dos mil tres, más de 40 comunidades hondureñas suministran a su gente con el agua por la construcción de pozos. Eso es más de 11.000 personas que tienen agua segura y limpia. En mil nuevecientos noventa y tres, el Agua para Todos” la comenzó a trabajar en Honduras. Nosotros centrado en las áreas NW como Barbra, carta de Yoro y Atlántida. Apoyan a viente ocho comunidades y viente sies escuelas mediante la instalación de resortes, bombas, y tanques de almacenamiento.

Porque Uds. no venan a los, nosotros venemos a Uds. Otras personas que trabajan para aliviar el agua a la gente en Honduras, son un grupo de estudiantes de la Universidad Estatal de Oregon. durante la primera semana, que ayudó a proporcionar asistencia médica a más de 1.600 hondureños. Mundial para el Agua Brigadas es un movimiento de voluntarios de todo el mundo que mejorar el acceso al agua potable y saneamiento. Los estudiantes trabajan con expertos en agua y líderes comunitarios para crear nuevas en innovadoras soluciones a los problemas del agua. La organización se centra actualmente su trabajo en 40 comunidades rurales de Honduras, donde será por 5 años más, como parte como parte de un compromiso a largo plazo.

En el futuro, puede mas viajes se suceder. Tambien, mas se hacer a ayuda hondurans a tienen limpio agua.

Entonces, ¿qué son los números?

La cobertura de agua cubre el 80% de la población total y el 70% de las personas en las zonas rurales.

90% del agua en poco confiable e intermitente.

Sólo el 44% del agua está completamente limpia.

Muchos lugares rurales no tienen ningún tipo de infraestructura.

-Sophie Crouse

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bathroom powows

last night was a Tuesday, which means we pack up games, ipods, towels, and goggles and head for the swim meet. the goggles aren’t for me though, I don’t wear goggles, it’s something I’m known by.

When we got to the swim meet, Elizabeth came up to me and growled ‘there was thunder‘, oh great that means the meet was postponed by 30 minutes. so i sat down, and started conversation with a 15-18 boy about the video game kingdom Hearts. I had just finished discussing why Axel was my favorite character, when more thunder occurred, rumbling across the sky. I let out an exaggerated groan, as I sunk lower in my chair. I was going to be here for a long time.

after 3 more postponements it was now 6:30 in the evening and we had been at the pool since 4:00. people were starting to get grumpy, some had already left because they had small children, and others were packing up. I was beginning to doubt the odds of swimming on this particular night.

As the evening progressed, rain started to pelt from the heavens, along with thunder and lightning. they made everyone move under the roof, and kids inside the clubhouse. I traveled to the bathroom in search of adventure, to find a large group of swim team girls all sitting in a small area apart from the  stalls. They were all in a small huddle discussing issues such as cooking, cellphones, softball, the new prius model, and how headphones are easily tied into knots when you’re not looking. I walked over and hopped up onto the counter, enjoying their conversation about how those tomato slicers are plain crap, and really don’t work. it was a bathroom powow, although at the same time, not really a powow at all. more like a debate group, with no “sides”, although, that still isn’t a very good way to describe what it was.

After going through the most random collection of topics imaginable, my younger sister ran through the door, startling all of us, causing one of the 11-12’s to fall out of their chair, screeching in surprise.I chuckled inwardly, but turned to my sister with an emotionless expression. she (being obnoxious and loud) started to announce that it was pouring, and lightning hit a tree, and that they had locked the pool gates, in an attempt to not let anyone leave. slightly disturbed at the thought I was being held prisoner inside a pool, (during a lightning storm i might add) I frowned, but ignored the feeling of frustration and instead turned my attention back to the group of girls. We continued our conversation, but suddenly had a strange change of subjects, for now we were discussing how vampires and zombies weren’t as awesome as ninjas and pirates. Of course that lead to some serious twilight bashing and fangirl rants, followed by the one and only legendary ninjas vs pirates debate. I for one, sided with ninjas, being a huge Naruto fan myself.

when we all finally realized why we were at the pool (to swim of course) it was already 9:40 PM and some people in charge still insisted on having the meet. as ridiculous as it sounds, they made us stay until 10, but when the lightning started acting up once more, we were allowed to leave. After the car ride home, I was exausted, and collapsed onto the bed. As I drifted to sleep, I thought to my self…

and to think, that isn’t the craziest thing thats happened at my pool.

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endless seminar

I really don’t like having my birthday in January, but I love the winter-then again, i like being older than my friends, but i can’t stand being the shortest person I know

In life there are so many likes and dislikes-advantages and disadvantages-give and takes, it’s the same concept really, over and over. people automatically think, okay half’s bad, and half’s good…so what? Well, it’s really not that simple and clean. dislikes and disadvantages are thought to be that bad ones, but really, the bad side could be either one. It can be bad to dislike a certain person, stereotype, or food, but at the same time, its good to dislike a bad thing; like the tendency to lie. a disadvantage in one situation, could be a well advantage in another situation. For example; a contest of cross the ocean, where a blind person, and a person with the ability to see are the sharks. the person with sight is bound to tag more people than the other shark, but when they blind-fold the one who can see, they are suddenly confused on how to go about the game, having relied on only their sight. The other hark, having already been blind, has either been replying on feel (water splashes, and currents indicating a minnow crossing the pool) or hearing. supposedly, since they have been blind since birth, their other senses are stronger than the average person. Therefore, the blind person would tag more people, already being used to relying on other senses besides sight.

Anyway,…….(thought lost…) anyway…… anyway! did you know that anyway isn’t actually a word? an that awesome is only used in scientific dialogue? if that’s correct then why is it so commonly used? does it count as slang? i don’t really know, in fact, I bet no-one knows for sure; it’s probably one of those things when brought up in debate, the seminar could go on forever. who knows… I don’t.

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